2013 Summer Academy for District Health and Physical Education Leaders

  • Integration of Common Core State Standards into K-5 Physical Education
  • Integration of Common Core State Standards into 6-12 Physical Education
  • Integration of Common Core State Standards into K-5 Health Education
  • Integration of Common Core State Standards into 6-12 Health Education
  • Unpacking the Health Education Standards and Course Description Updates
  • Teaching Physical Education to Students with Cognitive and/or Physical Disabilities
  • Emotional Health and Learning
  • National Sexuality Standards
  • Integrating Fitness into All Physical Education Classes
  • Bullying
  • Unpacking the Physical Education Standards and Course Description Updates
  • Child Sex Trafficking
  • Safe Spaces for Youth at Disproportionate Risk
  • Presidential Youth Fitness Program
  • YRBS Data: Implications for Program Planning
  • Tobacco Prevention Education
  • Nutrition Education and Resources
  • Race to the Top Hard to Measure Item Bank Update

 

 

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The date of the next School Climate Series webinar will be released shortly.

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Healthy Schools Summer Academy: June 23-24, 2015

The Florida Department of Education’s Healthy Schools Summer Academy is a professional development opportunity for teachers and administrators of health education and physical education content with special emphasis on other subject area courses with integrated health education benchmarks. This 6th annual event will take place at the University of Florida’s Straughn IFAS Extention Professional Development Center, on June 23-24, 2015.

Visit 2015 Healthy Schools Summer Academy for more information.

Technical Assistance

Need help with any of the following in your school or district?

  • Meeting statutory requirements for reporting through the School Environmental Safety Incident Reporting (SESIR)
  • Compliance with Florida's Anti-Bullying and Harassment Law (Florida's Anti-Bullying Law - s.1006.147, F.S.)
  • Improving the conditions for learning in your school or district

Contact the Florida Department of Education's Office of Safe Schools at (850) 245-0416 or SDFS@fldoe.org.

Research

The 2013 Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance MMWR Surveillance Summary and the 2013 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) results have been released. Access Summary, Data File, Fact Sheets.

U.S. DOJ study reveals that school officials are more likely to learn of child victimization than police or medical authorities. Access Report

 

 

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