Expanded School Health Curriculum

PUBLIC HEALTH – CHILDREN’S ISSUES

Expanded School Health Curriculum

RESOLVED, That the North Carolina Medical Society supports the use of a required health curriculum within the school system that addresses such issues as accidents, homicides, suicides, obesity, physical fitness, nutrition, self-esteem, tobacco and substance abuse, pregnancy, child, elder, and spouse abuse, sexually transmitted infection, and other sexual issues in a comprehensive and age-appropriate fashion, and supports efforts to include parents in the teaching about these subject areas so that the environment at home will support the choice of a healthy lifestyle.

(Resolution 12-1993, adopted as amended 11/7/1993)
(revised, Report H-2003, Item 3 #5, adopted as amended 11/16/2003)
(reaffirmed, Report R-2007, Item 2-9, adopted 10/21/2007)
(reaffirmed, Report F-2012, Item 3-24, adopted 10/27/2012)
(reaffirmed, Board Report-2018, Item 124, adopted 11/3/2018)

 
 

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