Find information on various health topics to help you deliver lessons, implement progams, and launch initiatives.
Visit other AHS web pages with information, curriculum-linked lesson plans, resources, and articles for school newsletters on specific health topics for schools including: nutrition, mental health promotion, tobacco reduction, injury prevention and other topics.
This list was developed to help teachers and schools promote the CSH approach in a classroom setting. The list includes both resources that can be used by teachers in the classroom and resources for teachers about specific health topics.
These calendars highlight funding opportunities and a wide range of health promotion events throughout the school year. A story and related resources are featured each month to show how you can transform a one-time event into a broader opportunity to build and sustain a healthy school community.
Check out the ‘Healthy Children’ and ‘Healthy Teens’ newsletters. These newsletters are written for parents of elementary students and junior/senior high students to provide reliable and relevant information about specific health topics. There is both the PDF and modifiable Word format to add your own tailored messages.
Please note: Alberta Health Services is not responsible for any information that has been modified or added to these resources. All content provided by Alberta Health Services should be credited.
Provincial Teacher Resource List
This list includes both resources that can be used by teachers in the classroom and resources for teachers about specific health topics.
Healthy Children and Healthy Teens Newsletters
These newsletters are targeted at parents of both elementary students and junior/senior high students (available in English and French).
Healthy Schools Calendar
These calendars highlight a wide range of health promotion events and funding opportunities for schools.
Webinar for Teachers
This short webinar is a guided tour of our webpage and highlights several resources.
AHS staff are available to help you with building a healthy school community.
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