Since 2008, the Indiana School Health Network has been getting to the heart of school health by assembling key stakeholders, thought leaders and subject matter experts for the Annual School Health Conference. This conference provides people who are passionate about school health an opportunity to expand their knowledge, increase their skills, and collaborate with others who truly want to make a positive impact on school health in Indiana.

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A limited number of registration scholarships are available.  Click here for Scholarship Application.

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Book by May 25, 2019 for special discounted rate

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Form (Due April 30, 2019) 

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Dynamic speakers, subject matter experts, exhibitors and networking opportunities will provide you with valuable information, resources, and inspiration to move your initiatives forward.

Breakout Sessions

In addition to our featured speakers, we will offer breakout sessions organized by learning tracks:

  • Outreach & Enrollment
  • Health & Behavioral Health
  • Administration & School-Based Health Centers
  • Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC)
  • Policy & Advocacy*

*New! For 2019

Who Should Attend?

Each year, professionals from a wide variety of disciplines attend our conference including:

  • elementary to post-secondary educators
  • early childhood educators
  • superintendents, principals and school board members
  • school nurses, advanced practice nurses
  • public health nurses
  • social workers, mental health professionals
  • outreach and enrollment specialists
  • managed care professionals
  • school health policy advocates
  • government program associates
  • hospital administrators and staff
  • federally qualified health center and school-based health center leadership and providers
  • school health experts from across the nation with interest/expertise in early childhood and child health, obesity prevention, immunizations, trauma-informed care and public health

Opportunities  for earning  Continuing Education Certificates will be available.

Contact Norma Napoli at 574-968-3624 or nnapoli@ckfindiana.org for questions.


Featured Speaker


Kim Strobel, Strobel Education, Inc. -
Owner, Educational Consultant, Motivational Speaker

Kim's wisdom, positivity, and strength are evident in the inspiring workshops she presents to educators and school health advocates who seek to make a difference. As a former teacher, she knows how important support and encouragement are in creating a successful learning environment. For her Tuesday Keynote, Kim will present Remembering Your Why: Meaning, Purpose and Passion in Education.

Featured Speaker


Terry  Stigdon, Director
Indiana Department of Child Services

Terry J. Stigdon, MSN, RN, Director, Indiana Department of Child Services, has worked at the Riley Hospital for Children since 1998, where she began as a pediatric intensive care staff nurse before taking on progressively greater managerial responsibilities over the next two decades. For her Wednesday General Session, Terry will present Communities Supporting Children in Trauma.

Featured Speaker


Dr. Alan Breier, Senior Professor of Psychiatry
Indiana University School of Medicine

Dr. Alan Breier is the Indiana University Mental Health Research and Education Senior Professor of Psychiatry and Vice-Chair for Clinical Research in the Department of Psychiatry, Indiana University School of Medicine.  Dr. Breier established the Prevention and Recovery Center for Early Psychosis (PARC) in 2009, which is a treatment and research center for young people in the earliest stages of a psychotic illness. His team is currently investigating several novel treatments for schizophrenia including neuroprotective agents in first-episode psychosis. For his Wednesday Keynote session, Dr. Breier will presesnt Schizophrenia & the Importance of Early Intervention. 

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