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HealthSmart Second Edition is a comprehensive
Health Education program for middle school and high school.
Order your new, updated materials through NYC DOE FAMIS, ETR or Core!
To order from FAMIS/Shop DOE:
Go directly to the ordering site.
You can search by:
Vendor Name - ETR
Vendor # - ETR012000
Product Name - HealthSmart
To order directly from ETR, go to the ETR online store site or call 800-321-4407.
For more information or help in ordering from ETR, please contact email@example.com.
The next NYC DOE Core ordering will be open in spring of 2016.
Questions regarding HealthSmart on CORE should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Education has approved the second edition of ETR’s HealthSmart program as a comprehensive Health Education program for New York City. HealthSmart is an evidence-informed curriculum that meets the National Health Education Standards, upon which the New York State Comprehensive Health Education Standards were based. The program focuses on the CDC’s 6 areas of risk for young people and is designed to address adolescent developmental capabilities across the middle and high school levels.
NYC DOE also recommends lessons from Reducing the Risk for high school— with HealthSmart to meet the NYC DOE Sexual Health Education requirement.
See the OSWP SITE for NYC Middle School and High School pacing guides.
Yes, HealthSmart aligns well with the New York State Standards in health education. You can download a document showing the alignment here.
Yes, HealthSmart can support teachers in meeting the competencies outlined in the Danielson Framework for Teaching in many ways. You can download a document showing how here.
HealthSmart Middle School includes Teacher Guides in these 6 content areas:
Middle School Student Workbook materials (in classroom sets of 5 or 30) are also available.
HealthSmart High School includes Teacher Guides in these 6 content areas:
High School Student Workbook materials (in classroom sets of 5 or 30) are also available.
Free professional development is available through the NYC DOE Office of School Wellness Programs. Contact the Office of School Wellness Programs for more information.