Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Recognitions

KAHPERD announces 2015-16 award winners

KAHPERD recently recognized teachers and physical education and health college students for their outstanding work and contribution to the health and physical education field.
Recognitions

Fayette health and P.E. teacher wins two KAHPERD awards

Angela Stark, the health and physical education teacher for the School for the Creative and Performing Arts at Bluegrass (Fayette County), has received two...
Conferences

Learn how to get students to eat better and stay active

Have you checked out the Action for Healthy Kids webinars? Sign up to learn easy ways to start making your schools healthier.
Resources

Make your school a healthier place for everyone

Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model calls for schools, families and communities to work together to create healthier school environments.
Resources

Learn how to create a healthy school community

RMC Health, a professional development organization, has released a tool to assist schools in transforming into healthy school communities.
Recognitions

Bullitt teacher named elementary P.E. teacher of the year

Dennis Minnis, a physical education teacher at North Bullitt High School (Bullitt County), has been named the 2016 Elementary School Physical Education Teacher of...
Recognitions

Kentucky’s healthiest schools honored

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s National Healthy Schools Award is an honor given to showcase and acknowledge schools that have implemented changes to create healthier school environments.
Learning

How schools can restore recess

With emphasis being placed on test scores, schools have struggled to justify time spent on physical activity and recess.

Meet our public health partner: Nicole Barber-Culp

Nicole Barber-Culp joined the Kentucky Department for Public Health as the coordinated school health program administrator in September 2014.
Spotlight

Meet KDE’s Coordinated School Health team

Jamie Sparks, Stephanie Bunge and Audra Deli-Hoofnagle are members of the Kentucky Department of Education's Coordinated School Health team.