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Human Growth and Development unit in full swing!

Students are taking part in the Choosing the best Path curriculum, most recently learning the Social, emotional, spiritual, and financial consequences of teen pregnancy. We will have a guest speaker today and tomorrow.

posted on: March 01, 2007

Drug Unit Update

We have been studying the health consequences of Tobacco, Alcohol, and Anobolic Steroid Use. Students need to locate a Magazine Ad for a tobacco or alcohol product for an activity we will do Monday in class.

posted on: October 27, 2006

CPR unit update

This week we have learned the Emergency Action steps- (Check the scene and the victim, Call 911, Care for the victim until help arrives), Symptoms of a Heart attack, as well as how to determine what kind of care to provide. Te written test for The CPR unit will be Tuesday. In order to be certified in Adult CPR students must score at least 80% on their CPR written tests.

posted on: October 21, 2005

Health Update- week of August 15

7th grade health students have been studying the short-term and long-term effects of tobacco use. The class shattered the myth that smokeless (or spit) tobacco is somehow a safer alternative to smoking.

posted on: August 24, 2005

Mr Graber's Health Make-up policy

Students are responsible for making up any work missed due to absences. Failure to do so will result in a lowered grade.

posted on: August 09, 2005

Items needed daily for 7th grade Health Class

ITEMS NEEDED FOR CLASS DAILY:
*FOLDER WITH POCKETS AND BRADS
*PENCIL OR PEN
*PAPER (IN BACK POCKET OF FOLDER)
*AGENDA PLANNER

posted on: August 09, 2005

7th Grade Health Units

I. Tobacco/Alcohol (2 weeks)Analyzes the effects of alcohol, tobacco products, and other drugs on the immune, nervous, and reproductive systems. Community resources. How emotions, fatigue, and drugs cause accidents.

II. Mental Health (1 week)Stress management, prejudices, Conflict resolution, Goal Setting, Decision-making, Friendship, and Self-concept.

III. Nutrition (1 week)
Compares the effects of various cooking methods on nutritional value. Identifies local, state, and federal agencies that promote good eating habits. Goal setting for a healthy body. Fast food nutrition.

IV. American Red Cross Adult CPR (3 weeks)
Signs, symptoms, and first aid for choking. Heart disease. Healthy living. Students can become CPR certified by completing all five skill check-offs and scoring 80% or higher on the unit test.

V. Human Growth and Development (2 weeks)
Parts of male and female reproductive system, and functions. STD’s, Abstinence, making smart decisions and resisting group pressure to have sex before marriage.
*Note- Human Growth and Development has been designated a required unit of instruction by Cobb County Schools. Parents wishing to exclude their child from this unit must notify the principal in writing of your wishes. Materials used will be made available for parent screening prior to the start of the unit.

posted on: August 09, 2005

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