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    Research has shown that healthy students are better learners! The conference presentations were designed to empower attendees with the knowledge, skills and strategies to improve health and wellness in schools. The Fit 2 Learn conference was organized in June 2019 by TSET Healthy Living Program grantees in Tulsa County, and video recordings of the presentations are now available.

    Who should view these video recordings?

    Anyone interested in creating healthier school environments, including:

    • Administrators/District Leadership
    • Child Nutrition Directors
    • School Board Members
    • Classroom Teachers,
    • PE Instructors
    • Health Educators
    • Health and Fit School Advisory members
    • School Nurses
    • Parents
    • Advocates

    Video: Keynote and plenary

    Dr. Brian King of the CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health gave two presentations (90 minutes running time):

    • “The Rise of E-cigarettes: What Are They, Who’s Using Them” and
    • “What Can We Do to Protect Our Kids?”

    Video: Breakout sessions

    The breakout sessions covered a wide variety of health and wellness topics. Five sessions were recorded:

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      Did you know that the OK In the Know learning community is celebrating its fourth birthday this year? After four years of collaboration, we have built up a wealth of information on the site with contributions from across Oklahoma.

      The OK In the Know team combed through the top pages from the 2018-19 fiscal year, and highlighted a few gems that you may not have seen.

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        Certified Healthy Oklahoma is a voluntary and free state-wide certification available to businesses, schools, and all kinds of community organizations that want to be recognized as leaders making special efforts to promote healthy behaviors of Oklahomans.

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        Looking to improve the health in your community? Regardless of what type of community you work in or whether you hold a formal role, OK In the Know has loads of resources for you to use to change the health of Oklahoma’s communities.

        The following tools were developed for the Healthy Living Program, but may be of use to other partners.

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