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The Institute for Coordinated School Health at the University of Central Oklahoma provides trainings, resources, and expertise in regards to Coordinated School Health for all P-12 schools in the state of Oklahoma to ensure all students, teachers, and staff learn and work in a healthy school environment.

 The institute envisions a society in which:

  • Every student, teacher, and staff member is in a school using the CDC Coordinated School Health (CSH) model.
  • Schools serve as leaders making the critical connection between learning and health.
  • Students have fewer risks of disease, lead healthier adult lives, and achieve their highest potential.

Mission:

  • To ensure all Oklahoma schools have quality health education; physical education; health services; nutrition services; counseling, psychological, and social services;  healthy and safe school environments; health promotion for staff; and family/community involvement.

First Annual UCO Institute for Coordinated School Health to be held at UCO on June 6, 2014. Registration is now closed.

Thank you for your interest in the Institute of Coordinated School Health. The workshop on June 6 is full. Interested individuals should contact Dr. Rachelle Franz via email to be added to a wait list.

Participants will be introduced to the Coordinated School Health Model and each of the eight components.  Upon completion of the institute participating members will be able to go back to their respective school and create this same model to ensure all students, teachers, and staff members learn and work in a healthy school environment.

For questions or more information, contact our Institute Coordinator, Dr. Rachelle Franz at rfranz@uco.edu.

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