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Marijuana and Tobacco Including E-Cigarettes Grades K-12 MMH Curriculum Updates

The Michigan Model for Health™ curriculum has been updated across Grades K-12 to address youth health risks for: Marijuana, Tobacco with an expanded focus on vaping and e-cigarettes, and Secondhand and thirdhand smoke and e-cigarette aerosol.
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Personal Safety for Child Sexual Abuse Grades K-6 MMH Curriculum Updates

The personal safety lessons in the Michigan Model for Health™ curriculum at grades K-6 have gone through a major update in 2020 which is available in both print and digital formats.
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Pre- and Post-Assessments Grades K-8 MMH Curriculum Updates

The Michigan Model for Health™ curriculum’s pre- and post-assessments have been revised to support the newly updated content on Marijuana, Tobacco and E-Cigarettes, and Personal Safety in grades K-8.
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Michigan Model for Health Program Announces New Digital Curriculum

The Michigan Model for Health™ Program is pleased to announce the release of its Grades K through 12th health education curriculum in a new online digital format.
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HIV Curriculum Addenda is Available for Grades 4, 5 and 7-8

Addenda for replacing print manual pages for the grade 4, 5, and middle school HIV curricula for the Michigan Model for Health™.
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Michigan Model for Health Program Launches New Website & Prepares for Fall Release of New Digital Curriculum

The Michigan Model for Health ™ Program is excited to launch a new website and prepares for Fall 2020 release of its digital Grades K through 12th health education curriculum.
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Dangers and Prevention of Prescription Drugs and Opioid Addiction Grades K-12 Health Curriculum Updates

We are pleased to provide the Michigan Model for Health™ curriculum to teachers with enhanced content for grades K to 12 to address the dangers of prescription drugs and opioid addiction to children and youth.
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Emergency Preparedness Curricula Empowers Students with Knowledge & Skills for Disasters

The Michigan Model for Health™ Emergency Preparedness supplemental curricula for Grades 1-12 was recently updated and is now available on a USB flash drive with access to information resources available electronically and lesson activities in a PDF format for the entire curriculum. Newly developed support materials for lessons and activities are also available for purchase.
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The nationally recognized Michigan Model for Health™ (MMH) was recently updated to address the increased use of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems, also know as ENDS, by teens. The module also now incorporates information on hookah use, a growing risk for young people in certain areas of Michigan. While the use of cigarettes are at an all-time low among teens, vaping, the use of e-cigarettes, and hookah are all becoming increasingly popular. The MMH curriculum has devoted a middle school module entirely to the prevention of tobacco and nicotine use, one of the three drugs most often abused by young people.
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New Health Resource Available for Early Childhood Educators

Establishing positive health habits at a young age increases the likelihood that a healthy lifestyle will be maintained throughout life. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), in collaboration with the Michigan Department of Education (MDE), announces the release of a valuable new tool to support student health. The Michigan Model for Early Childhood Health™ (MMECH) is designed and developed for early childhood educators with age-appropriate health promoting activities that is adaptable to any early childhood learning environment.