Health Resources

NEW! Employee Wellness Guide 


The OSDE is excited to announce a new resource that is available for all school districts across our state. We have developed a School Employee Wellness Guide which focuses on one of the ten components of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model and its purpose is to provide information about wellness programs and practical tools that schools can use in implementing programs. 


As a part of this initiative OSDE will also be partnering with Thrive, the Oklahoma State Employee Wellness Program to release a series of webinars focusing on the wellness of school employees. Webinars will be hosted live and posted on our website for sharing across your district. Each webinar will be focused on different wellness topics, and registration is now open. 


Employee Wellness Webinars


Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 3:30pm – 4:30pm 

Navigating Life and Work: This course will guide you on how to utilize strategies and build critical skills to navigate the demands of life and work. Navigating Life and Work will provide opportunities for you to discover what is needed to be healthy, happy, and energized each and every day.


Tuesday, March 7, 2019, 3:30 pm – 4:30pm 

Fuel + Fitness: There is so much information available about nutrition and exercise. It can be difficult to determine what is best to eat and what exercise regimen to follow. This presentation will give you a brief overview of nutrition and fitness concepts so you can be more informed about what is the best fuel and fitness for you.


Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 3:30-4:30pm 

The Importance of Managing Stress: You will learn what causes stress, how it affects our physical and emotional well-being and how to recognize signs and symptoms. Attendees will learn and practice effective techniques that can help to manage, improve and control the stress they face whether at work or home


Tuesday, May 8, 2019, 3:30-4:30pm 

Maintain a Healthy Brain by Simple Lifestyle Choice: You will learn about the health and functioning of our brain. Just by moving a little, knowing which foods affect the brain and the act of being mindful can maintain and improve our learning and cognition. You will learn that no matter how old one gets, you can still generate new brain cells.


HIV and Aids Education Curriculum Resource

HIV and Aids Education Presentation

If you would like access to the full PowerPoint presentation including speaker notes, please e-mail Savannah Owen, Director of Health and Physical Education. 

Healthy Activity and Eating 

Lesson Planning

Oral Health

Classroom Energizers

Technology in the Health Classroom

SHAPE Resource Guide on Technology in the Health Classroom 

Physical Safety

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Last updated on February 25, 2019