Coordinated School Health





Bloodborne Pathogens Training Video

AED Training Video

Emergency Response Team and AED Training Video

EpiPen Auto-Injector Use Video

Glucagon Administration Video

Be Smart, Don't Start Campaign Video

CSH PACER Test Videos

Elite Fitness Day 2016 Video

Alpha Elementary Fuel Up To Play 60 Video

East Ridge Middle Fuel Up To Play 60 Video

HCDOE Wellness Policy


 What is CSH?

Coordinated School Health (CSH) is an effective system designed to connect health with education. Students' health and their capacity to learn are enhanced through the support of families, communities and through the schools who work together in a coordinated, focused and cost-effective manner. The CSH model focuses on six critical behaviors identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that contribute to the leading causes of death among youth and young adults. These critical health behaviors are:
Inadequate Physical Activity

Unhealthy eating behaviors                                  

Tobacco Use                                                         

Sexual behaviors that may result in HIV infection, other sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancies                            

Alcohol and other drug use

Behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence