Bamberg School District Two 

Health Education Instructional Materials

DENMARK-OLAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Harcourt Health and Fitness-Kindergarten Program; Publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2006

Harcourt Health and Fitness-Grade 1-Student Edition; Publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2006

Harcourt Health and Fitness-Grade 2-Student Edition; Publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2006

Harcourt Health and Fitness-Grade 3-Student Edition; Publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2006

Harcourt Health and Fitness-Grade 4-Student Edition; Publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2006

Harcourt Health and Fitness-Grade 5-Student Edition; Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2006

DENMARK-OLAR MIDDLE SCHOOL

Decisions For Health – Grade 6 (Green Textbook) Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 2004

Decisions For Health – Grade 7 (Red Textbook) Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 2007

Decisions For Health – Grade 8 (Blue Textbook) Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 2007

DENMARK-OLAR HIGH SCHOOL

APEX Learning

Human Sexuality, Merki, Mary Bronson (2004); Publisher, McGraw Hill

Reality Works Products:

  • RealCare™ Baby®;
  • RealCare™ Drug-Affected Baby;
  • RealCare™ Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Baby;
  • RealCare™ Pregnancy Profile Simulation.

Hands-only CPR, American Heart Association.

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800.799.SAFE (7233)
  • SCDHEC: 803.245.5176
*1.53. (SDE: Health Education) Each school district is required to ensure that all comprehensive health education, reproductive health education, and family life education conducted within the district, whether by school district employees or a private entity, must utilize curriculum that complies with the provisions contained in Chapter 32, Title 59. Each district shall publish on its website the title and publisher of all health education materials it has approved, adopted, and used in the classroom. Any person may complain in a signed, notarized writing to the chairman of the governing board of a school district that matter not in compliance with the requirements of Chapter 32, Title 59 is being taught in the district. Upon receiving a notarized complaint, the chairman of the governing board must ensure that the complaint is immediately investigated and, if the complaint is determined to be founded, that immediate action is taken to correct the violation. If corrective action is not taken within 60 days of such a determination, or if no investigation is made within 60 days of the chairman’s receipt of the notarized statement, then the complainant may within 60 calendar day, give written notice to the department. The notice must include the original notarized complaint. If, upon investigation, the department determines that the district has not taken appropriate immediate action to correct a violation, then the Department of Education shall withhold one percent of the district's funds allocated in Part IA, Section 1, X - Student Health and Fitness Act until the department determines the district is in compliance. If the department determines that a district is non-compliant with mandated health education or if the district fails to publish the title and publisher of materials on its website, then the Department of Education shall withhold one percent of the district’s funds allocated in Part IA, Section 1, X - Student Health and Fitness Act until the department determines the district is in compliance.