St. Aidan School is committed to preparing our students through a progressive, sequential and comprehensive school health curriculum. Our comprehensive school health curriculum offers age-appropriate curricula, helping students develop the knowledge, attitudes, skills and behaviors to adopt a health-enhancing lifestyle.

The health curriculum is designed to familiarize students with issued they will encounter in the middle school years.  It is designed to provide knowledge and experience, which will enable them to make choices that will have a positive impact on their health.  Units covered are Fitness and Nutrition, wellness, tobacco, alcohol, circulatory system, anti-bullying and character education.  

November - Self- Control
* Regulate your thoughts and actions in order to act the right way.
* Choose not to act on impulsive thought.
* Choose the most responsible words or actions.

" Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power." - Seneca

FOOD FOR THOUGHT:     How do you like your apples?

Sweet, crisp apples can be paired with almost anything! Dip into peanut butter for a quick snack or toss in a salad for that perfectly sweet crunch.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:  " It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers." - James Thurber

                                HAPPY THANKSGIVING

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