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Student Insurance K-12
Student Insurance K-12

Click on the link to see what is available and required to enroll your student.

http://www.studentinsurance-kk.com/


Community Health Services
All Kids Insurance Program

ALL Kids is a low-cost, comprehensive healthcare coverage program for children under age 19.  Benefits include well check-ups and immunizations, sick child doctor visits, prescriptions, vision and dental care, hospitalization, mental health and substance abuse services, and much more.

Eligibility for ALL Kids is determined, in part, by family size and income.  Visit the website to view income guidelines and also to enroll in the program.


Alabama Department of Public Health Immunizations

Mobile County Health Department

Mobile Infirmary Medical Center

Providence Hospital

Springhill Medical Center

University Of South Alabama Health System - USA Children's & Women's Hospital

Health Awareness
Eating Right!

"Kids spend a lot of time in the schools for a lot of years, and in order for them to be as physically active as they need in order to be healthy, schools are going to have to take the initiative," said Russell Pate, chairman of the group that drafted the recommendations, and a professor of exercise science at the University of South Carolina, in Columbia.

Information provided by: www.goodhealth.com 


EpiPen (Epinephrine) Auto-Injectors INFORMATION
This web link contains a short video showing proper use of an EpiPen.  It also includes other helpful information.
Action for Healthy Kids
Action for Healthy Kids
"Better nutrition and more physical activity can boost achievement and schools' "bottom line".  The learning Connection reveals costs to schools due to problems associated with poor nutrition and physical activity- the root causes of obesity."  This website offers amazing information pertaining to the cost in achievement, dollars and the hidden costs of overweight and unhealthy children. Information provided by www.ActionForHealthyKids.org.
American Cancer Society
American Cancer Society
The American Society has joined with the Mobile County Public School System to provide resources for faculties and staffs through a pilot program entitled "Make the Grade in Wellness".  Thirty-nine schools have signed up to participate in this program and a meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 28th from 1:00-4:00 at the west branch of the Mobile Public Library located on Grelot Road.  If your school has not signed up for this pilot program, but you are interested in the information the American Cancer Society provides, please click on www.cancer.org.
American Heart Association
American Heart Association

Check it out!  The American Heart Association has a great website that offers information about heart health, healthy food choices, exercise programs that are easy and effective, shopping lists. menus and much, much more!  We are in partnership with the AHA to provide you with lesson plans that include colorful posters, activities for getting your students to move their large muscles and how to participate in "Jump Rope for Heart."

information provided by www.americanheart.org
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Michigan Department of Education
Michigan Department of Education
The Michigan Department of Education has some wonderful information regarding nutrition, physical exercise and much more. Check it out at www.emc.cmich.edu/healthyweight
project We Can
Project

The Department of Health and Human Services National Institute of Health has a terrific website called "We Can".  There are suggestions for parents on how to play with their children and how to motivate their children to stay active.  They also offer a FREE handbook with food, activity and screen time tips. 

Information provided by http://wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov