Project School Wellness Curriculum

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Minimize your planning and maximize your impact on student well-being!


»»» It’s easy to use!

»»» It’s relevant!

»»» It’s engaging!


The Project School Wellness Curriculum is divided into three levels and scaffolded to create a lasting foundation of health in each student’s life. Here’s an overview:


»»» Students will learn how to evaluate individual well-being.

»»» Students understand how to strengthen and sustain each element of their well-being.

»»» Students will learn how to create environments that empower individuals to thrive.


This health curriculum comes with…


»»» 90 full lesson plans – – literally no extra planning needed – – just print and go!

»»» A teaching instruction video and written instruction for every single lesson.

»»» Teaching PowerPoints for each lesson.

»»» Grading rubrics for quick and meaningful assessment.

»»» An answer key with teaching examples for every lesson.

»»» Some of Project School Wellness’ best selling items – – Inside & Out Emotional & Mental Health worksheets, Nutrition Scavenger Hunt, Physical Health Discovery Stations, the Ultimate Exit Ticket, and more!

»»» Free updates for life! Yes, with this one-time purchase you have access to any updates or add ons to this curriculum (the price will rise as new lessons are added).


Important things to know…

»»» Take a peek at how this curriculum works by previewing this resource.

»»» This curriculum was created for 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students. Depending on your students, lessons can be adapted to accommodate 5th through 9th-grade students.

»»» This curriculum aligned to the National Health Standards.

»»» This curriculum can be used in a number of ways. 1) It can serve as an add-on to a physical education course by teaching health two or three days a month. 2) It can be used as the sole curriculum for a middle school health course. 3) It can be used as curriculum for Advisory or Homeroom. 4) It can be used by school counselors as part of a comprehensive school counseling program. 5) Really it can be used how ever you want!


A look at the modules…

»»» Each level has ten module with 3-4 lessons within each section. Modules include an introduction, a section for each dimension of health, and an end-of-level project.

»»» Each level of the curriculum highlights the eight dimensions of health: physical, emotional & mental, social, spiritual, financial, occupational, environmental, and intellectual.


And there’s more…

»»» Comprehensive Sex Ed unit plans – 14 lessons

»»» Fitness Unit – Six lessons

»»» A variety of Classroom Posters


What makes Project School Wellness different?


Project School Wellness’ approach to health is not your everyday health curriculum. We go beyond the old school physical health only approach to teaching health. We’re not focused on getting every kid to run faster miles and memorize dietary guidelines (not that those are bad goals). Oh no, we’ve got our dreams set on something much bigger – empowering every student to thrive!


And at Project School Wellness we understand that thriving doesn’t come from just being physically healthy!  You see, we wholehearted believe that health is multidimensional and that the dimensions are interconnected! This means that students must understand and learn how to strengthen and sustain each dimension of health (Not. Just. Physical. Health.).


Simply put, everything we create centers on two truths – that there are multiple dimension of health and each dimension powerfully influences and impacts the others (Learn more here).


I know it sounds like heavy stuff. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! This curriculum comes with everything you need to establish meaningful health education.


  • Reply
    Kelly Torrans
    August 22, 2018 at 8:42 am

    How does this program line up with AR health standards?
    I really want to purchase the program, but I need this information!
    K. Torrans

    • Reply
      Janelle Kay
      August 22, 2018 at 9:11 am

      Hey Kelly,

      Thank you for the message. This curriculum was created to align with the National Health Standards. You can see the breakdown of what standard each module connects to in the preview.

      Since I teach in Washington State I’m not familiar with the Arkansas health standards. However, I just scanned the AR standards and it looks like you’d be covered with this curriculum. The only exception would be the alcohol, tobacco and other drugs elements. With that being said, a decision-making lesson is included (in the Sex Ed unit). Also, I plan on adding an alcohol/drugs unit in the future (which you would have access in a free update).

      I hope that helps answer your question. Please don’t hesitate to email me at if you have any more questions.

      Have a great day,


  • Reply
    Anastacia Aragon
    October 26, 2018 at 4:30 am

    Hi Janelle,

    I really like a lot of what I see from project school wellness and am seriously considering purchasing, but I teach 11th grade health at an inner city school with a very high percentage of English Language Learners so a lot of the 8th grade material would work for most of my classes. If I purchase this are the lessons broken down by grade so I would know which are for 8th grade or what would be your more advanced lessons? I see in this preview you have level 1, level 2, & level 3. Would I choose level 3?

    Thank you for your help. 🙂

    Anastacia Aragon

    • Reply
      Janelle Kay
      October 28, 2018 at 8:56 pm

      Hello Anastacia,

      Thank you for taking the time to connect! Level three of the curriculum was originally designed for eighth grade. With that in mind, I would recommend level three for your teaching situation.

      I hope that helps you out. If you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to message me at

      Have a lovely day,


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