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Tennessee Coordinated School Health 

CDC Guidelines for Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in Schools

Dynamic Dietetics, Inc

Action for Healthy Kids

Campaign for Healthy Kids (Coordinated School Health in Tennessee) Video

Child Health Online

Parent Resources
Get Fit TN


”If you’re taking the time to visit, you are already concerned about the health of your family and other families in our state. GetFitTN is designed to give us all a chance to focus on becoming more active and on making lifestyle changes that will enhance the quality of life for our kids and their kids.  Register to receive a "Tip of the Day" each morning!

Let’s put some real muscle behind the promotion of fun, healthy lifestyle choices and extend this initiative to all corners of our state. It’s time to GetFitTN!

Stop It
  • Parent information on child/sexual abuse
  • Warning signs
The Partnership at 

I. The Parent Toolkit

  • “Your Child: Advice by Age”
  • “Understanding Teens”
  • “Connecting With Your Kids”
  • “Protecting Your Kids”
  • “How to Spot Drug and Alcohol Use”
  • “How to Help If They’re Using”

II. Articles

  • “8 Top Reasons Why Teens Try Alcohol and Drugs”
  • “Alcohol in the Family-Understanding the Risks
  • “Parent’s Guide to the Teen Brain”
  • “Who is this Kid?” (Teen Behaviors)
  • “Why Does Your Teen Do That?”
  • “What Can You Do?” (Skills, Tools, Tips)

Signs of teen dating violence

  • Are you in a healthy relationship? quiz.
  • Bill of Rights
  • Myths & facts
  • Safety dating tips
Helpful Links
American Diabetes Association

This is a great site for information on anything you wanted to know about Diabetes.  It contains links for background information, nutrition and recipes, weight loss and exercise, prevention and research just to name a few.  It includes a “Recipe of the Day” as well as a general “Tip of the Day”.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention BMI

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a number calculated from a person’s weight and height. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body fatness for most people and is used to screen for weight.

Choose My Plate


Fruit and Veggies More Matters

Looking for a brighter future?  Try eating a diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables.  The potential benefits associated with eating more fruits and vegetables stack up quickly:  Reducing your risk of certain chronic diseases is only the beginning.

Healthy Kids

Kids Health

This site provides homework help and how the body works!

National Center for Environmental Health

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

President's Challenge


Tennessee Office of Coordinated School Health

Bully Prevention and Education
Common Sense Media

Stop Bullying