The Michigan Model for Health™ (MMH) Curriculum is designed for implementation as part of the school curriculum. It is a Tier one intervention in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) meant for all students to receive. Skills can be integrated into various content areas, such as language arts, science, and social studies at the elementary school level while the middle and high school curriculum are designed to be taught in health or health-related course.

If you are seeking classroom interventions to address specific current trends in youth risk behaviors or other health-related hot topics, please reference the following resources that outline the alignment of the MMH Curriculum to important health issues and standards.  For further questions, contact support@michiganmodelforhealth.org.  

Group of teenage kids sitting in a park by a tree.

Bullying Prevention (Grades K-6)

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Kids browsing the internet safely

Internet Safety (Grades 2, 3, 4 & 6)

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Peers being aggressive towards a student

Peer Aggression (Grades K-12)

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A dad and child at the grocery store picking out vegetables

Correlation of Grades K-5 MMH Lessons with National Health Education Standards

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Kids standing in front of a chalk board with a math problem on it. They are holding up drawings of different emotional faces.

Crosswalk of MMH Lessons to MDE Social & Emotional Learning Competencies and Indicators

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