We know the importance of teens getting the 8-10 hours of sleep their bodies and minds desperately need, as well as the many negative consequences of sleep deprivation, including the link to substance use. Now that we know how much sleep our children need, let’s take a look at what we can do to help them achieve quality sleep.
FY18 March (D) Follow-up Collection, v1
FY18 Initial Staff/Course (L) Collection, v5
FY18 Student (S) Cross Reference Collection, v3
FY18 Summer and Fall OGT Assessment (A) Collection, v2
2018 CTE Concentrators Appeal
Prevention Action Alliance, in partnership with the Ohio Start Talking! initiative and through a grant from Verizon, invite Ohio middle and high school students to keep their peers drug free by participating in the Start Talking! Start Recording: Ohio’s Youth Got Talent competition. If you are an Ohio middle school or high school student who has a creative talent and is looking to earn money for college, this opportunity is perfect for you.
FY18 Midyear Student (S) Collection, v3
FY18 SOES End of Year Student (S) Collection, v2
FY18 Kindergarten Readiness Assessment (A) Collection, v3
FY18 Fall Third Grade Reading Assessment (A) Collection, v2
FY18 Fall DORP Assessment (A) Collection, v2
With the start of each new year, people commonly vow to improve their physical health, including diet, nutrition and exercise. While this is a vital measure to take, it is equally important to resolve to improve one’s mental and emotional heath as well.