Join us Next Year for the ISHN Conference 
June 25 - 26, 2019

Indianapolis

 

Thanks...

The Indiana School Health Network (ISHN) and its lead agency, Covering Kids & Families of Indiana, would like to thank all the sponsors, speakers, exhibitors, attendees, volunteers and staff who made the 10th School Health Conference “Connecting the Dots” a success. ISHN continues to be a forum for a broad range of professionals and key stakeholders passionate about school health to connect, discuss, learn about and shape the future of school health in Indiana. We encourage you to continue CONNECTING THE DOTS!
 

By the Numbers!!!

  • 446 Attendees

  • Nearly 300 people got on the app

  • 25 CE eligible sessions, plus Indiana Navigator training

  • 2 special sessions, ISDH: Celebrating 1305 Successes, and IASN: School Nurse Leadership Academy

 

Thank You to Our 2018 Sponsors

PLATINUM

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GOLD

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SILVER


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Presentations and Handouts 2018

Conference Program

 

Continuing Education

CE Certificate Request & Self Attestation Forms for Nursing, Health Education and Social Work must have been filled out and returned by the end of the ISHN conference. Completed forms will be processed and a certificate sent via email. Incomplete or illegible forms will not be processed. Due to the volume of requests, processing may take up to 30 days. Please contact barbara@keepsprouting.com with any further questions. 

Proclamation

By Executive Order  "Eric J Holcomb, Governor of the State of Indiana, do hereby proclaim June 19, 2018 as a day"  to recognize "a decade of service by the Indiana School Health Network."   

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GOVERNOR & CHERI DANIELS SCHOOL HEALTH AWARD 

The Governor & Cheri Daniels School Health Award was created to recognize Governor Mitch Daniels and his wife, Cheri, for their leadership and contributions to the health of Hoosier adults and children through their work building and promoting INShape Indiana, creating the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), and supporting ongoing efforts to promote health in schools. Governor Daniels was the first award winner.
Eligible individuals are recognized as leaders and strong advocates for student health or a healthy school environment in Indiana. They have made outstanding contributions to improving statewide processes and policies that benefit Indiana schools, and/or they have promoted school wellness policies, school health behaviors, and related activities in Indiana.


2018 Governor & Cheri Daniels School Health Award Winner:  Zachary B. Kelley

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Zach Kelley has been a teacher at White Lick Elementary, part of the Brownsburg Community School Corporation, for the past 15 years.  He has devoted the past 13 years to developing an elementary Kinesiology program that focuses on improving students’ quality of life. All the innovative activities incorporate appropriate developmental movement patterns and skills to challenge students to live active lifestyles and develop outstanding character through cooperative and problem-solving elements while exposing students to an infinite amount of exercise activity.  Students are challenged to stay active throughout the day in classrooms, extracurricular activity and at home—involving their entire family. 

In addition to his teaching duties, Zach has mentored thousands of students with his Juggling Masters extracurricular program, created to provide additional exercise opportunity for all students.  Nearly 160 students from grades 3 to 5 come to school early to learn to juggle various pieces of juggling equipment.  Over 2,000 students have participated in the Juggling Masters program in its 13-year span.
Zach is actively involved in his community through a teen mentoring program through his church, co-chairing White Lick’s Relay for Life committee, and participating in numerous events for the Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure. 

Zach’s philosophy of teaching is to be an outstanding role model for students, staff and his community.  He approaches each day with one simple thought…”it’s not about me.  It’s about the students and the community I serve.  I choose to inspire others by serving others. ”


 

Past Conferences

         2018
         2017
         2016
         2015
         2014