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Coordinated School Health & Physical Education (PE)
Coordinated School Health (CSH) is a systemic approach of advancing student academic performance by promoting, practicing and coordinating school health education and services for the benefit and well-being of students in establishing healthy behaviors designed to last their lifetime.
Statutes & Rules/Criteria

Statute
All Texas school districts are required by law to implement a coordinated school health program in grades K-8. Click to review this section; in Title 2, Chapter 38, Section 38.013 of the Texas Education Code.

Rules/Criteria  
To find out the current criteria for development of a coordinated school health program that may be considered for implementation by the Texas Education Agency, view the Commissioner’s Rules, as published in the Texas Administrative Code.
Guide to Implementing a Coordinated School Health Program

This guide is designed for those interested in implementing a coordinated school health program as well as those who want to jumpstart or fine tune an existing one. It provides basic information on how to start up a CSH program and assess results. It is copyright free and can be downloaded, copied and shared by clicking on the link below.
CSH Guide
Program Contact
Sherri Wright, M.Ed., Counselor
(903) 988-6809
(903) 988-6860 fax