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Health Education

Health Education: is a planned, sequential, pre K-12 curriculum and program that addresses the physical, mental and emotional, and social dimensions of health. The activities of the curriculum and program are integrated into the daily life of the students and designed to motivate and assist students to maintain and improve their health, prevent disease and reduce health-related risk behaviors. It allows students to develop and demonstrate increasingly sophisticated health-related knowledge, attitudes, skills, and practices. The curriculum and program include a variety of topics such as personal health, family health, community health, consumer health, environmental health, family living, mental and emotional health, injury prevention and safety, CPR, nutrition, prevention and control of disease and substance use and abuse. Qualified professionals such as health educators, teachers, school counselors, school health nurses, registered dietitians, and community health care professionals provide health education.

Comprehensive Health Education

How to properly fit a bicycle helmet

Resource List for ADHD

ACS News & Events

Grand Oaks Elementary - Christmas Program

Grand Oaks Elementary - Christmas Program
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Posted Date:
12/07/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

Anderson County High School - Christmas Choir Concert

Anderson County High School - Christmas Choir Concert
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Posted Date:
12/07/2022
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Norris Middle School - Winter Band Concert

Norris Middle School - Winter Band Concert
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Posted Date:
12/07/2022
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First Annual JROTC Appreciation Event

First Annual JROTC Appreciation Event
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Posted Date:
12/06/2022
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Anderson County wins first-ever state championship, beating Pearl Cohn 34-30 (WBIR)

Anderson County wins first-ever state championship, beating Pearl Cohn 34-30 (WBIR)
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Posted Date:
12/05/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive