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    1 : Making the Connection: Health and Student Achievement Society of State Directors of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (SSDHPER) © 2002 Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) and the Society of State Directors of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (SSDHPER) Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
    2 : Making the Connection: Health and Student Achievement Society of State Directors of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (SSDHPER) © 2002 Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) and the Society of State Directors of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (SSDHPER) Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
    3 : Presentation Objectives Provide an overview of research on links between health status, health behavior, and academic achievement Gain a greater understanding of the influence of school health programs on student success
    4 : Is student health the missing piece in school reform?
    5 : Carnegie Foundation “Clearly, no knowledge is more crucial than knowledge about health. Without it, no other life goal can be successfully achieved.” Boyer, E.L., The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1983
    6 : U.S. Department of Education “Too many of our children start school unready to meet the challenges of learning, and are adversely influenced by… drug use and alcohol abuse, random violence, adolescent pregnancy, AIDS, and the rest.” U.S. Department of Education. America 2000 An Education Strategy Sourcebook Department of Education, 1991
    7 : Former Surgeon General Dr. Antonia Novello “Health and education go hand in hand: one cannot exist without the other. To believe any differently is to hamper progress. Just as our children have a right to receive the best education available, they have a right to be healthy. As parents, legislators, and educators, it is up to us to see that this becomes a reality.” Healthy Children Ready to Learn: An Essential Collaboration Between Health and Education, 1992
    8 : American Cancer Society “[Children] …who face violence, hunger, substance abuse, unintended pregnancy, and despair cannot possibly focus on academic excellence. There is no curriculum brilliant enough to compensate for a hungry stomach or a distracted mind.” National Action Plan for Comprehensive School Health Education. 1992
    9 : Good Health is Necessary for Academic Success
    10 : It is difficult for students to be successful in school if they are: depressed tired being bullied stressed sick using alcohol or other drugs hungry abused
    11 : Coordinated school health programs are a solution
    12 : Coordinated school health programs are a solution Engage parents, teachers, students, families, and communities Help keep students healthy Support learning and success in school Reinforce positive behaviors Help students develop knowledge and skills to make smart choices
    13 : What is a coordinated school health program?
    14 : Components of a coordinated school health program Family and community involvement Comprehensive school health education Physical education School health services Counseling, psychological, and social services School nutrition services Healthy school environment School-site health promotion for staff Allensworth and Kolbe, 1987
    15 : Components of a coordinated school health program
    16 : How do the components of a coordinated school health program impact behavior or academic achievement?
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