Health Education 7-12


Welcome to Pioneer Valley Regional High School Health Class with Miss Gilliland. This site will be very helpful for future projects, assignments, and information on your class. Please check here often.

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7th Grade: What are We Talking About? Personality Traits
Class Code: 7hrdapl

This week we are talking about:
HW: None 

Rotation #5:  May 5th
8th Grade: What are We Talking About? Decision Making and Goal-Setting
Class Code: uc2x7h

HW: None


Rotation #5: May 5th
9/10 HHR: What Are We Talking About? Relationships
Class Code: g4cog7

 

Homework: Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships Due Friday


Friday Reflection: Check Calendar on google classroom 
Sports Nutrition & Fitness
           

Class Code: pcobs6

This week we are working on: Nutrition and Fitness
Senior Finals


Homework: 

*  Check Transformation Calendar in google classroom. 

    

Stress around the Holidays

Check out some healthy tips just for you!


Stress and the Holidays

  • Healthy Holiday Tips to Keep You Stress Free!
  • Take time for yourself — You may feel pressured to be everything to everyone. But remember that you’re only one person and can only accomplish certain things. Sometimes self-care is the best thing you can do — others will benefit when you’re feeling less stressed. Reflect on aspects of your life that give you joy; go for a long walk; get a massage; or take time to listen to your favorite music or read a new book. All of us need some time to recharge our batteries. Be mindful and focus on the present rather than dwell on the past or worry about the future.
  • Volunteer — Find a local charity, such as a soup kitchen or a shelter that needs volunteers and offer to help. Alternatively, participate in a community giving tree program or an adopt-a-family program. Helping others may lift your mood and help you put your own struggles in perspective.
  • Have realistic expectations — No Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or other holiday celebration is perfect. View inevitable missteps as opportunities to exercise your flexibility and resilience. A lopsided tree or a burned brisket won’t ruin your holiday — it will create a family memory. If your children’s wish list is outside your budget, talk to them about realistic expectations and remind them that the holidays aren't about expensive gifts.
  • Remember what's important — The barrage of holiday advertising can make you forget what the holiday season is really about. If your holiday expense list is running longer than your monthly budget, scale back and remind yourself that what matters most is loved ones, not store-bought presents, elaborate decorations or gourmet food.
  • Healthy conversations— Let your family know that holidays are times to express gratitude, appreciation and give thanks for what you all have, including each other. If there is worry about heated disagreements or negative conversations, focus on what you and your family have in common. Families might even plan activities they can do together that foster good fun and laughter, like playing a family game or looking through old photo albums.
  • Seek support — Talk about your worries and concerns with close friends and family. Getting things out in the open can help you navigate your feelings and work toward a solution.  

                       
    


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