Please join us for an overview and discussion with Julie Fenn (LPS Assistant Coordinator for PE, Health, and Wellness) of the importance of Health Education for all students, including students with disabilities.
Teaching health skills has been shown to make a significant impact on the healthy development of all children and adolescents and to have a positive impact on learning as well as on health risk behaviors. At appropriate developmental levels, from preschool through early adulthood, young people, including children with diverse learning styles, can engage in learning experiences that help them prevent disease and injury, foster healthy relationships, and make healthy decisions about sexual and reproductive health. Please join us for a discussion with JulieFenn, LPS Assistant Coordinator of PE, Health and Wellness on how Lexington's school health education program can help prepare students with disabilities to be health literate and prepare for the changes and challenges of growing up.
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146 Maple St, Lexington MA, 02421
LexSEPAC and LexSEPTA encompasses both the Parent Advisory Council for children with special needs in Lexington, MA and Lexington’s special education PTA.