Health & Adapted/Physical Education Adoptions


  • Health and Physical education plays a vital role in improving students' health and social outcomes and promoting academic success. Ensuring that young people have access to the most up-to-date, medically accurate, culturally responsive, and trauma-informed curriculum is imperative to the development of students' health literacy and physical literacy skills. 

    Working with a diverse group of educators, administrators, and other school staff, the Health and Adapted/Physical Education adoptions hope to test, adopt, and implement the best fitting curriculum for the varied needs of our district. 

Health Education Adoptions


  • K-12 Health Education Position Paper

  • Best Practices in K-12 Health Education

  • 21-22 SY Adoptions

  • Tentative Adoption Timeline for Health Education Units

Physical Education Adoptions


  • K-12 Adapted/Physical Education Position Paper

  • Best Practice Physical Education K - 12

  • 21-22 SY Adoptions

Dr. Jenny Withycombe
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Assistant Director for Health & Adapted/Physical Education PK-12
Cheyenne Freeman
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K-12 Health and PE TOSA
Susannah Lightbourne-Maynard
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K-5 Health TOSA