Health: Secondary

  • The academic success of America's youth is strongly linked with their health. Health literacy is essential for preparing students to be healthy and productive members of society.

Elementary Students
  • Health Education is achieved through a partnership of teachers, students, families, administrators, schools, and community. The task of the Tigard-Tualatin School District is to create a learning environment in which all students are valued for their diversity, fostered in their wellness development, challenged, and motivated to continue learning and leading a healthy lifestyle throughout their lifetime.

Instructional Resources

    • In June of 2022 the Tigard-Tualatin School Board voted to adopt the Comprehensive Health Skills for Middle School and Comprehensive Health Skills for High School health curriculum published by Goodheart-Willcox. 

    • The Goodheart-Willcox curriculum was the final recommendation of our Secondary Health Adoption Committee, a dedicated group of teachers, administrators, parents, and community members that worked together for over 9 months to complete this curriculum adoption process. We are extremely grateful for the time and dedication that the Secondary Health Curriculum Adoption Committee demonstrated in service of our students, community, and staff.

    • Upon adoption, teams of teachers have worked to create Scope and Sequences of health instruction for both the Middle School and High School levels.These Scope and Sequences of instruction are designed to teach the Oregon Health Standards and Performance Indicators in a way that is aligned with the TTSD Best Practices in Secondary Health Education Statement

TTSD Middle School Health Scope and Sequence

  • Health 1

  • Health 2

EXEMPTION FROM COMPREHENSIVE HUMANS SEXUALITY INSTRUCTION

  • PARENT/GUARDIAN NOTIFICATION, PREVIEW OF MATERIALS, AND OPT-OUT PROCESS

    Parents and guardians are a child’s first and most influential teachers and as such, can choose to opt their student(s) out of Comprehensive Sexuality Education. Families considering this option may do so with or without previewing the materials. The following process will be used at the Middle and High School levels in TTSD.

  • Parent/Guardian Notification

  • Health Materials Preview Process

  • Exemption from Instruction (Opting-Out)

  • Plan for Alternative Instruction

Comprehensive Health Education Guide

  • Health Education Abstinence-Based Statement

  • Additional Health Education Resources

  • Teaching About Controversial Issues

Health Curriculum Documents

  • TTSD Best Practices in Secondary Health Instruction

  • Contact Us:

    Alison Heath
    K-12 Health TOSA
    (503)431-3790
    aheath@ttsd.k12.or.us