PHYSICAL EDUCATION
provides age-appropriate activities for students to improve their health status, reduce stress, and increase social development.


Links


Activity Program Directory

This CDC web site is a state-based Physical Activity Program Directory.  Click on your state find a list of physical activity and nutrition programs in your area.

www.apps.nccd.cdc.gov/DNPAProg/StateV.asp


American Cancer Society

Generation Fit Action Packet

Improving School Health: A Guide to the Role of the School Health Coordinator

Improving School Health: A Guide to School Health Councils

www.cancer.org


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

(NCCDPHP)

Division of Adolescent and School Health

Adolescent and School Health Program Funding Database

School Health Index for Physical Activity and Healthy Eating: A Self-Assessment and Planning Guide

Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity Website

Kids Walk-to-School Program


Coaches Code of Conduct (National Association for Sport and PHysical Education)

Coaches' Code of Conduct


CATCH Program Cardiovascular Health

 Jo Ambrose, Youth Programs Coordinator

 IDPH/CATCH

 535 W. Jefferson, Fl. 2

 Springfield, IL 62761

 Tel: 217-785-1053

 Email: jo.ambrose@illinois.gov


Fit, Healthy, and Ready to Learn:

A School Health Policy Guide from National Association of State Boards of Education

www.nasbe.org/healthyschools/fithealthy


National Athletic Trainers' Association

Guidelines on Lightning Safety


Recess in Elementary Schools

A Position Paper of the Council on Physical Education for Children and The National Association for Sport and Physical Education

Recess in Elementary School