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Adolescent and School Health

Additional resources from the CDC can be found here. Everything from Adolescent Health and Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance to Multimedia Tools and Success Stories. Special needs factsheets can be found at kidshealth.org.  learn more

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American Academy of CPR & First Aid

Why is it important to learn CPR? Every year about 350,000 people suffer cardiac arrest i.e. their heart stops. Sudden cardiac death is the most common cause of death in the United States and Canada. If you know how to perform CPR you may be able to save a life.  learn more

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BrainPOP

BrainPOP is a commercial site but an especially engaging one--movies, experiments, etc. about blood, cells, hair. It is suitable for ages 6-14 but it does include sensitive topics about diseases like cancer. Brainpop presents animated movies for 25 or so health topics for younger children. Since health science materials for younger children are not so…  learn more

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Bullying: What Educators Can Do About It

Today, we often hear about someone being bullied, someone being a bully, or someone who has witnessed bullying. This does not have to be the case. Bullying is often misunderstood and believed, by many, to be a normal part of life. Most of us have felt bullied at least once in our lives. Likewise, many…  learn more

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Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

CDC is the nation’s leading science-based, data-driven, service organization that protects the public’s health. For more than 70 years, we’ve put science into action to help children stay healthy so they can grow and learn; to help families, businesses, and communities fight disease and stay strong; and to protect the public’s health.  learn more

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Character Counts!

CHARACTER COUNTS! uses its Six Pillars of Character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship as a foundational strategy while using the TEAM approach and incorporating other character education best-practices. Besides promoting a focus on a positive school climate, other defining elements of CHARACTER COUNTS!  are intensive decision-making strategies, mindfulness, growth mindset, and behavioral change theories. CHARACTER COUNTS! practical strategies…  learn more

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Character First Education

FREE EDUCATION MATERIALS Visit our free Online Learning Center for additional craft activities, stories, coloring pages, and videos that go with each character quality. Character First Education exists to help teachers, administrators, and parents build future leaders with character. We offer curriculum and training that works in public, private, and home schools, mentoring programs, summer camps, and…  learn more

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Education Week: Bullying

Read about what schools can do to prevent and respond to bullying. Social media companies must address platforms' impact on kids' mental health and data privacy, educators say.  learn more

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Let's Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum

The Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum is a free, evidence-based, interactive, 14-module curriculum intended to educate young people about alternatives to running away as well as to build life skills so that youth can resolve problems without resorting to running away or unsafe behavior. The curriculum can be used in any number of settings, including schools, youth groups,…  learn more

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Medicines In My Home

The United States Food and Drug Administration in collaboration with NCPIE and Montgomery County, Maryland, have developed a middle school curriculum called Medicines in My Home--about safe use of over-the-counter medicines.  learn more

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NAMI: Kids, Teens and Young Adults

National Alliance on Mental Health One of NAMI’s main goals is to ensure that people get help early. Since mental health conditions typically begin during childhood, adolescence or young adulthood, we have compiled essential information and resources intended to help young people get the mental health support they need.  learn more

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PHE America

Physical & Health Education America is the New York Times of the physical education field. Few aspects of health and physical education have been overlooked.  learn more

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Sanford Fit: Educators

Teachers, we are here to make your busy lives easier. Our site is filled with hundreds of resources, created with educators, for whole-child wellness. Learn more about how fit works and check out our FAQ for educators!  learn more

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TechNotes: THREE ACTIVITIES FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL ANXIETY

Going back to school can be exciting for some students, but it can also be stressful for others. Feelings of anticipation and uncertainty can cause students to feel anxious. Students may begin to feel anxiety during the summer before the new school year begins. They might be wondering who their teacher will be, where their…  learn more