February 2018
Indiana Society for Health and Physical Educators

First Call for Proposals

Submit by February 15, 2018

The INSHAPE State Conference is a terrific professional development opportunity. It is the largest annual gathering of health and physical educators in Indiana. We anticipate up to a thousand professionals sharing ideas and experiences during demonstrations and presentations.
 
You, INSHAPE members and colleagues, are our greatest asset. Please consider sharing your expertise with others! Anyone in the membership or industry may submit a session proposal.
 
Priority consideration is given to "first call" proposals submitted by February 15, 2018. Subsequent proposals will be accepted depending on available remaining space.

    Submit your proposal    

PYFP Grant Opportunity

Fast Track to a "Fit" School

Through a $10 million donation from General Milles, schools have access to supplemental resources including: trainings, texts, equipment, and student recognition items. Schools may request up to $1000 in resources.

Apply by March 2nd »

SHAPE/Nashville

Early Bird Registration

The early registration deadline for the SHAPE America national conference in Nashville (Mar 20-24) ends this week. Join INSHAPE members for this annual event.

Register by Feb 7th »

Teacher Recruitment

Two New Web Sites

"The Indiana Department of Education launched a teacher recruitment and retention campaign. Two new websites will provide those looking for a career in the classroom the opportunity to connect with available openings in education. "

Learn more »

LIDS Foundation Grant

Central Indiana Schools

One grant of $19,206 will be awarded which provides fitness equipment, curriculum, lesson plan supplies, PE training and a cash stipend. Elementary and middle schools in Boone, Madison, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, Morgan, Johnson, Hamilton and Shelby are eligible.

Apply by March 30th, 2018 »

Free CATCH

Offer by Purdue Extension

Purdue Extension offices are offering free CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) programming delivered to classrooms (typically 3rd - 5th graders) in a series of 7 classes. Classes include physical activity, an evidence-based health lesson, and a snack.

Contact Purdue »

Free Online PD

Earn Continuing Education Credit

Learn more about the School Health Index (SHI) and how to conduct a school assessment. The comprehensive assessment includes valuable resources for the evaluation of school physical education policies and programs.

Take the course »

2018 Conference Call for Proposals
First Call: Feburary 15, 2018