June 27 - 28, 2017

Marriott East, Indianapolis

The adventure awaits...

The Indiana School Health Network and its lead agency, Covering Kids and Families of Indiana, strive to be on the leading edge of change and invite you to join us for the 8th Annual School Health Conference. Together we will explore educational neuroscience strategies, tele-health clinics, Indiana's opioid epidemic, health policy changes affecting school health and other initiatives impacting Indiana school health. This is an opportunity to not only learn about, but to embrace and shape change as we venture toward New Horizons in School Health.

Registration is now Open!

Register before April 15th and save $50

Draft Conference Agenda

Call for Award Nominations...

The Governor & Cheri Daniels School Health Award is presented each year during the ISHN School Health Conference. The award is given to an individual who has demonstrated leadership and dedication to promoting school health and wellness activities in Indiana schools.
Who do you want to see honored for their impact in your community and schools?

Click here for more information about the award and to complete the nomination form.
Nominations due April 15th.

Scholarships Available...

We are happy to offer a limited number of scholarships.  Click here for the application. 

Call for Exhibitors ...

Exhibitors create a more robust experience for our conference attendees. In addition to providing them with valuable information and resources, exhibitors have the opportunity to connect with a diverse audience concerned with the health and education of Hoosier children.

Click here for Exhibitor Packet.

The deadline for exhibitors is April 29, 2017 

Sponsorship Opportunities ....

The Indiana School Health Network and its lead agency, Covering Kids & Families of Indiana, work closely with their partners and sponsors to identify and address opportunities and challenges impacting the health and wellness of Indiana families and schools. We invite like-minded individuals and organizations to join us and consider one of many sponsorship opportunities outlined in the link below.

Click here for Sponsorship Information. 

The deadline for sponsors is May 1st 

Featured Speakers

This year's day one keynote, Educational Neuroscience: Brains, Behavior & Engagement, will be presented by Dr. Lori Desautels, an author and assistant professor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at Butler University in Indianapolis. After lunch, Dr. Joan Duwve will provide an update on Indiana's Opiod Epidemic in one of the general sessions.

Day two’s keynote is Dr. Sue Baldwin.  Dr. Baldwin is an implementation leader of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model in a large urban district of 60 schools.  Her work is focused on merging health and education initiatives through data driven health decisions, policy advocacy, community partnerships, higher education partnerships and evaluation. 


Past Conferences