Welcome to Coordinated School Health   

  Mission Statement

The Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD Coordinated School Health Program will promote a healthy lifestyle by providing an awareness and knowledge in the three areas of health: physical, mental and social well-being.  

Child Welfare and Abuse Websites:

 Child Welfare
 Report Abuse

  HEB ISD Coordinated School Health Program is designed to:

Involve schools, parents, students and the community in improving overall student health and safety.

Students participate in lessons and activities presented by counselors, nurses, teachers, and during physical education and lunch. The lessons are designed to help students make healthier decisions in all aspects of their lives. The curriculum is activity based and includes a wide variety of resources. Teachers have many options to help them select the most appropriate lessons for their students. A district newsletter goes out to parents to inform them of the topics of the month so the home can be an active part of the student's learning.  Sparks/Healthy & Wise is the adopted program by HEB ISD.

For more information about Coordinated School Health, visit: http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/cshp/



  Departments we work with:



Child Abuse Awareness 

Two Ways to Report Abuse  

Call the Abuse Hotline toll-free 24 hours a day,

7 days a week, nationwide.

Make your report through the secure web site & you will receive a response within 24 hours.   www.txabusehotline.org  

DFPS cannot accept e-mail reports of suspected abuse or neglect  


If this is a life threatening or emergency situation, call your local law enforcement agency or 911 immediately.


Teaching Health through the Coordinated School Health Program

  • In grades K-9, health is integrated into the science and physical education classes.
  • Nurses, counselors and child nutrition department are also part of the delivery for health TEKS.
  • In grades K-6, health power point presentations are shown via the televisions during lunch, in the cafeterias, on a regular basis.
  • A district CSH newsletter is also available to parents at each campus as well as on this website.
  • In grades 10-12, students are required to complete 1/2 semester of health as part of their graduation requirement.
  • Grades K-5, the curricula includes communicable diseases.
  • Grade 6, the curricula includes communicable diseases and risky behaviors.
  • Grades 8 and HS, the curricula includes communicable diseases including STD's.
  • Starting in 2010-11, two weeks prior to the communicable diseases curricula being taught at the secondary level, a letter will be sent home to parents notifying them of the upcoming unit.  A parent may opt for their child not to participate in the communicable diseases including STDs lessons by notifying the school at that time. 
  • Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD has updated the Communicble Diseases including the STDs curricula which will be used starting the 2010-11 year.