A healthy school community is one that supports the wellness of all its members (students, teachers, staff, and parents) and strives to be a healthy setting for living, learning, and working.
Comprehensive School Health is an internationally-recognized and effective approach for building healthy school communities. It can be used to address a variety of health issues and can improve health, education, and social outcomes for children and youth. The resources on this website are meant to support teachers, students, school administrators, school jurisdiction staff, health professionals, parents, and community members in building healthy school communities.
Explore the topics below and discover resources to support healthy school communities:
Resources on this website have been reviewed by the Alberta Health Services Comprehensive School Health Working Group and are consistent with the Alberta Health Services Framework for the Comprehensive School Health Approach.
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.
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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