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The Safe and Healthy School Bureau (SHSB) understands that by supporting student health, we aSHSB_Yucca.Health.Modelre increasing students’ potential to succeed academically. Student health and well-being are essential to learning. We can all do our part to create a safe and healthy school environment.

USDE/OCR ADHD Guidance Letter 2016

Alcohol Portal: Effects of Drinking Alcohol on Your Health. While most people know that drinking too much alcohol can lead to injuries and deaths in car crashes, many people do not know that drinking too much alcohol also can increase the chances of cancer, suicide, unintended pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections, and other negative health outcomes. CDC provides for the common defense of the country and, as such, has a significant role in fighting excessive alcohol use through the use of our science, tracking, and service to the countless Americans and their families affected by drinking too much.

Asbestos Education

Johnny O. Perea Foundation (JOPF) NM Learning Guide

JOPF Asbestos Task Sheet

SHSB JOPF Living-With-Asbestos-PowerPoint

JOPF Asbestos Pre-Post Test

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

BAM! Body and Mind will tell you everything you need to know about all of the stuff that matters. Whether it’s nutrition, physical activity, stress, safety, or diseases, we’ve got you covered! We designed this specifically for you—kids 9–12 years old—and even have some awesome games and quizzes to test your skills! BAM! Body and Mind Logo

Adolescent and School Health, Healthy Youth

Diabetes Management in Schools

Diabetes Management Act 2019

Food Allergies

PED Memo, August 2014: Addressing Food Allergies in Schools

Allergy and Emergency Action Plan Worksheet

USDA Special Dietary Needs Document

Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies Document

Health Education Content Standards




Immunize Our Kids poster


Measles Guidance for Parents from Gov. Lujan-Grisham and Department of Health in English

Measles Guidance for Parents from Gov. Lujan-Grisham and DOH in Spanish

Vaccinate Before You Graduate

Meningococcal Vaccines four Preteens and Teens

SY18-19 Immunization Requirements and Department of Health Letter*

SY17-18 Immunization Requirements

Exemption from Immunization Form

NM Department of Health Information on Immunization Requirements

*AMENDMENT: Children under 18 months with 2 polio vaccines should be allowed to attend child care centers and pre-schools. The New Mexico Childcare/Pre-school/School Entry Immunization Requirements for 2018-19 have an inconsistency with the ACIP Childhood Immunization Schedule. Most infants receive the third dose of polio vaccine at their 6-month visit; however, some providers administer the third dose as late as 18 months. The ACIP schedule allows for the third dose to be given between 6 and 18 months of age. Therefore, children 6 to 18 months must have 2 doses of polio vaccine, not 3 as stated on the New Mexico Immunization Requirements

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Legislative Reports

House Memorial 127 Final Report

Report on Study the Incidence, Nature and Effects of Bullying and Other Forms of Harassment Affecting New Mexico Children and Youth

Lifesaving Skills/CPR Resources

American Heart Association: CPR in Schools, Hands-Only CPR, AED Implementation, Training Kits

American Red Cross: CPR Programs for Schools

Project Heart Start New Mexico: Heart Start for Schools

NM CPR Manikin Map Database


2016 Legislation Lifesaving Skills

Medicaid School-Based Services (MSBS)

Medicaid Parental Annual Notification

MBBS Consent Form

IDEA Part B: Written Notification Regarding Use of Public Benefits or Insurance, June 11, 2013

Individualized Healthcare Plans and the Individualized Education Program Memorandum 2015

Meningococcal Diseases

Meningococcal Resources

Meningococcal Vaccines for Preteens and Teens

New Mexico Youth Data

The New Mexico Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey (YRRS) is a tool to assess the health risk behaviors and resiliency (protective) factors of New Mexico high school and middle school students. The YRRS is part of the national CDC Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), but the survey results have widespread benefits for New Mexico at the state, county, and school district levels.

GLSEN 2017 Climate Survey Results

New Mexico School Health Manaul

Pest Management in Schools: NMAC

Physical Education Content Standards




Professional Development/Trainings

CDC E-Learning Series: Training Tools for Healthy Schools

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect: E-Learning for School Personnel and Health Providers

School Health Resources Reports

2017-2018 Annual School Health Services Summary Report Brochure

2016-2017 Annual School Health Services Summary Report Brochure

2015-2016 Annual School Health Services Summary Report Brochure

2014-2015 Annual School Health Services Summary Report Brochure

2013-2014 Annual School Health Services Summary Report Brochure

2012-2013 Annual School Health Services Summary Report Brochure

2011-2012 Annual School Health Services Summary Report Brochure

School Health Rules Check List 2017

Social and Emotional Learning

CASEL Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning Through research, practice, and policy, we collaborate with thought leaders to equip educators and policymakers with the knowledge and resources to advance social and emotional learning in equitable learning environments so all students can thrive.

Wallace Foundation Find Out How to Build Social and Emotional Learning Skills; Compare Leading SEL Programs

Second Step Second Step is a program rooted in social-emotional learning (SEL) that helps transform schools into supportive, successful learning environments uniquely equipped to help children thrive.

Why Try Imagine if resilience was a learned trait – one that could be developed and increased by both teachers and students alike, allowing everyone in a school environment to access inner motivation in and beyond the classroom. Research has shown that resilience can be fostered and increased in adolescents – that they can learn skills to help them adapt and even thrive amidst tremendous challenges. WhyTry programs help you deliver these skills using an engaging, multisensory approach, which will transform your classroom or school climate and completely change the way your students view adversity. Multiple third-party studies have proven that our approach to resilience education works.

The Choose Love Enrichment ProgramTM is a no cost Pre-K through 12th grade social and emotional learning program that teaches educators and their students how to choose love in any circumstance and helps them become connected, resilient and empowered individuals.


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