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Health and Fitness

Philosophy

Teaching our students good health and fitness principles can lead to a life of healthy practices, resulting in more productive, active, and successful lives.

Principles and Goals

An understanding of good health and fitness concepts and practices is essential for all students. Businesses have already begun to realize the extent to which poor health practices can undermine an employee's effectiveness and ability to succeed. The same is true of students. Teaching our students good health and safety principles can lead to a lifetime of healthy practices, resulting in more productive, active, and successful lives. The Essential Academic Learning Requirements in health and fitness establish the concepts and skills necessary for safe and healthy living, and in turn, for successful learning.

Instructional Materials

Elementary

Secondary

Parent Resources

  • Health Windows Jr. is a safe, commercial-free zone where kids can learn how to live healthy and well.
  • Workouts for You offers ways to incorporate age-appropriate workouts into the time you spend with your children. Regardless of your children's ages, there are ways to find the time to work out together!

Questions?

Contact your student's teacher or Curriculum Specialist Nancy Stewart at (425) 837-7147 or e-mail her at stewartn2@issaquah.wednet.edu

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