Fall Conference is Coming Soon! See Highlights Below...

The complete program and everything you need to know are located here. Remember the Sunday workshops from 1:00 - 4:00 are a value-added bonus to your registration!  Check out what is happening in your area of interest by clicking the title below for a description of the session!

Physical Education Online Physical Education Network sponsored by US Games   Health CPR Certification: Adult and Child CPR with AED - preregister now!
Physical Education

More Kids, More Smiles! RunJumpThrow for Everyone, USA Track and Field


Bullying 101: A Teacher's Guide to Promoting an Anti-Bullying School Environment

Sport & Exercise Science

1-Athlete Recovery and Return to Play

2-Nutrition and the Young Athlete

3-Hydration Knowledge & Practices among Athletes

  Athletics Yoga for Athletes

Monday sessions from 8:00 - 4:00

Celebration of Award Recipients, President's Social and Silent Auction Finale from 4:15 - 7:00

Tuesday sessions from 8:00 - 2:30


The Benefits of Membership

ASAHPERD provides two conferences each year, one in the Fall and the other in the Spring.  The conferences focus on the professional development needs of the members.  We offer sessions for health, physical education (elementary, middle, high school and adapted), exercise science, dance, athletics, research, JRFH/HFH, recreation as well as post-secondary sessions.  

Each year ASAHPERD also produces one biannual journal, two newsletters and two conference flyers for their membership.  ASAHPERD offers recognition for outstanding professionals (teachers of the year, health educators, recreation professionals, dance educators, coaches of the year), outstanding students & major’s clubs, outstanding administrators, outstanding lay leaders & service leaders, and outstanding ethnic minority leaders.

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Important Advocacy Updates: 

The bipartisan Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) includes a flexible block grant program under Title IV, Part A "Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants." This block grant program authorizes activities in three broad areas including providing students with a well-rounded education*, supporting safe and healthy students, and supporting the effective use of technology. Alabama's plan specifies funds may be used for "Implementing programs that support a healthy, active lifestyle (nutritional and physical education)."

Title IV, Part A was funded at $1.1 billion for the 2018-2019 school year; Alabama's estimated share is $16,544,000 giving school districts access to significant funding to support these program areas, which include health education and physical education!

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