The Florida School Health Association (FSHA) is dedicated to keeping our members informed on the current issues facing school health. FSHA provides an annual conference with informative sessions and networking opportunities for your professional development, keeps members up to date with legislative issues affecting school health, and supports a coordinated school effort. The Florida School Health Association (FSHA) was formed in 1983 through the dedication and hard work of involved members. FSHA believes that the ability to learn at school is directly related to the status of the student’s well-being.


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Healthy Districts

The Florida Partnership for Healthy Schools (FPHS), in cooperation with the Florida Association of District School Superintendents, Florida Healthy Kids Corporation, and Florida School Health Association currently recognizes 49 districts for establishing a culture and climate in which students and staff can reach their personal potential. The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) strategies these districts embrace support academic achievement by reducing and eliminating barriers to learning.

Conference 2021

Mark the dates on your calendar for the 2021 FSHA Conference, May 12-14, 2021. We look forward to seeing you there. Stay healthy and safe!