The Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance is committed to keeping Ohioans healthy and active by providing lifelong learning, professional development, leadership, service and advocacy.
We are more than 3,000 members strong with HPERD professionals from Pre-K through higher education across the state of Ohio.
OAHPERD Summer Institute Registration is OPEN!
June 14, 2017 at Wright State University
Join your colleagues and friends for a day of professional development featuring sessions for Physical Education, Recreation, Adapted PE, Health Education and more!
If you plan on attending, come a day early to join OAHPERD at the Dayton Dragon's baseball game for the Annual Summer Outing! Check out the information below
Summer Outing 2017
June 13, 2017
Come cheer on the Dayton Dragons with your OAHPERD colleagues!Your $20 registration includes a reserved seat with the group in the upper deck and $10 worth of Baseball Bucks to use at the stadium concession stands. You may purchase extra tickets for family and friends.
Call for Proposals for the Annual OAHPERD Convention is now OPEN!
SAVE THE DATE!
88th Annual OAHPERD Convention
Nov 29 - Dec 1, 2017
Missed last year's convention?
WPES Student Scholarship Fund
Make a Donation to the OAHPERD General Fund
Support the work OAHPERD does for you! OAHPERD is committed to advocating for our professions, preparing future student leaders, providing scholarships, and holding educational conferences, and more.
Ohio K-12 Model Curriculum
The Ohio K-12 Model Curriculum was developed by a working group of members of the Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, funded by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control administered through the Ohio Department of Education.
View Model Curriculum
Department of Education: Physical Education
Check out the Department of Education's Physical Education Website HERE.
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