1. weight lifter Comprehensive Health Education:Kindergarten through high school health education curriculum that is sequential and developmentally appropriate, and that includes instruction and assessment.

    2. Physical Education and Physical Activity:Physical education classes and physical activities that promote physical fitness, motor skills, social and personal interaction, and life-long physical activity.

    3. Health Services:Services provided to students to appraise, protect, and promote health.

    4. Nutrition Services:  Access to a variety of nutritious and appealing meals that accommodate the health and nutrition needs of all students and provides learning experiences in nutrition and health and links to nutrition-related community services.

    5. Counseling, Psychological and Social Services:  Services provided to improve students' mental, emotional, and social health.  These services improve the health of the students and the health of the school environment.

    6. Healthy School Environment: A school atmosphere supported by programs and policies that nurture positive behavior, assure safety, and promote a feeling of belonging and respect for all students, staff, and families.

    7. Promoting Staff Health and Wellness:  Work-site health promotion programs that encourage and support staff in pursuing healthy behaviors and lifestyles.

    8. Family and Community Involvement: Active participation of these groups in policy and program development and integration of community resources and services.

    9.  Academic Performance: Monitoring overall academic performance and accessing integration of health curriculum.

Last Modified on November 7, 2012