Michigan Model

The Michigan Model for Health is a comprehensive K-12 health education program providing curriculum (including teacher, parent and student resources) in the areas of bully/violence prevention, drug prevention, communicable disease prevention, nutrition & physical activity promotion and safety awareness (seat belt, internet, stranger danger, etc.). The Michigan Model for Health is a research-based, grant-funded program that has been available to all schools within the REMC 19 Lenawee and Monroe region since 1985. A health education consultant is available through the Lenawee ISD and Monroe ISD to provide curriculum training, classroom follow-up and technical assistance.

In addition to the Michigan Model for Health grant, the local ISD school health education office also coordinates grants from the Michigan Nutrition Network (SPLASH-Shaping Positive Lifestyles and Attitudes through School Health) and Safe & Drug Free Schools.

Michigan Model for Health Curriculum (Revised in 2006)

Kindergarten through High School
(Go to the LISD Website for the teacher lesson verification surveys.)

Michigan Model For Health Grades K-12 (Fall, 2016)