December 2018
Indiana Society for Health and Physical Educators

INSHAPE Hosts "Super Inspire"

An invitation-only symposium for Superintendents

The inaugural Symposium for Superintendents - Health. Moves. Minds. - is an invitation-only event designed for school superintendents who desire to improve the efficacy of K-12 education by unleashing the power of a "whole child" approach. It will be held in Indianapolis on February 22, 2019.
Driven by strong support from stakeholders across the state, there is a long-term goal to utilize a climate and culture assessment when evaluating schools. Any discussion of school culture and climate must include a concern for the "whole child" which includes mental, physical, and emotional health. We know these concerns by many names: behavior issues, bullying, chronic illness, stress, absenteeism, substance abuse, violence, safety, obesity, suicide, etc.
Here's your super power.   Any INSHAPE member can invite their school district Superintendent to this exclusive, no-cost event (sample invitation). Click below to get your Superintendent's invitation.

Request a personalized invitation for your Superintendent

Mini-Moves Wins Award

Named Project Play Champion

The 500 Festival was recognized for the newly launched Mini-Moves Program, a partnership with INSHAPE. Mini-Moves is a free program for Indiana teachers at any grade level, designed to inspire physical movement and instill lifelong healthy habits in Hoosier youth.

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First Call for Proposals

Priority consideration

Please consider sharing your expertise with others! Anyone in the membership or education field may submit a session proposal. Priority consideration is given to "first call" proposals submitted by February 15, 2019. Subsequent proposals will be accepted depending on available remaining space.

Submit your Proposal by Feb 15th »

At the Statehouse

DOE Legislative Priorities

Have you ever wondered what state leaders are thinking about with regard to K-12 education? Check out the Indiana Department of Education's priorities to see how they hope to influence future Indiana legislation.

Read the 2019 Legislative Priorities »

Let the Games Begin

Make Every Student a Winner

An assessment of students at Thomasville Primary School in North Carolina diagnosed a range of problems, from obesity to playground bullying, and the prescription seemed simple: more physical activity. A wellness team embarked on radical recess reform.

Download the case study »

Sign up for Mini Moves by December 21st