The Diabetes Management in Schools Training is for anyone with the responsibility of a diabetes medical management plan of a student at school. This can include teachers, school nurses, school personnel.
"Vision Screening" means the process or system used to identify children who may be at risk of having or developing visual problems that may adversely affect their ability to acquire knowledge, skill, or learning, for the purpose of recommending further evaluation by an eye care professional. All public school districts will report to the State Department of Education the number of Kindergarten, first, and third grade students who submitted certification of a completed vision screening, and also the number of students who received a comprehensive eye examination from an optometrist or ophthalmologist. The State Vision Screening Report is to be submitted on the School District Reporting Site. This report is due annually by June 1.
State Board of Education Vision Screening Report Results
For information on vision screening, please visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health's School Vision Screening Web site.
H.B. 1051 – Diabetes Management in Schools Act
H.B. 2239 – Self-Administration of Anaphylaxis Medication
S.B. 312 – Physical Education
S.B. 519 – Physical Fitness Assessment Program and Pilots
S.B. 923 – Automated External Defibrillators
S.B. 1186 – Additional 60 Minutes of Physical Activity Requirement
S.B. 1459 - Healthy and Fit School Advisory Committee
S.B. 1627 - The Healthy and Fit Kids Act
S.B. 1700 – Sports Related Injuries
S.B. 1876 – Physical Education
For the full bill and overview of each legislation, please visit the Physical Education and Health Legislation page.
The Oklahoma Academic Standards for Health and Safety represent standards that describe what students should know concerning health and safety. The standards are categorized under the following: Health and Safety Literacy, Responsible Health and Safety Behavior, and Health and Safety Advocacy.
The Web site below contains health and physical education resources for teachers, parents, and students. This site provides the latest information about developmentally appropriate physical education programs for children and youth.
The Web site below contains health resources providing information on health-related topics your school can use to help keep students health.
There are staff members at the State Department of Education that may be able to assist you with your physical education/health questions; however, your local county health department may better address your concerns. If you do not have a county health department, please contact the administrator of the closest county health department.
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The Child and Adolescent Health Division of the Oklahoma State Department of Health may also be able to assist you with your health questions.