Choosing the right curriculum for your school or community organization is a challenging job.
We make it easier by giving you actual sample pages from the 10 lessons covered in the ESTEEM workbooks.
Click on a grade level below and flip through the age appropriate samples:
Each workbook contains 10 lessons that can be taught by a trained teacher in 45 to 90 minutes. Many of our school districts opt to teach one lesson every Friday for 10 weeks in a row while others facilitate the program over 10 consecutive school days.
To receive a physical sample, please fill out our online Sample Order Form.
You may also contact us to request a presentation, conference call or web demonstration with our staff.
The ESTEEM Journey:
- Is a Facilitator Friendly Curriculum
- Promotes Risky Behavior Avoidance
- Includes a Cost effective Set of Workbooks and Leader Kits
- Develops Healthy Relationships
- Offers Education Components for Parent Involvement
- Contains Up to Date Family and Criminal Law Lessons
- Focuses on Academic and Career Goal Setting
- Uses Interactive Scenarios and Games
- Pre-filled Systematic Method for Assessing Risk-avoidance Tool (SMART) showing ESTEEM compliance
- Full Systematic Method for Assessing Risk-avoidance Tool (SMART) resource guide
- Pre-filled CDC Characteristics of an Effective Curriculum
- Highlighted Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT)
- Full Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT) Overview
- Using Behavioral Theories for Abstinence Programs
- School Counseling Research Brief
- Integrated Theoretical Basis
- Integrated Theoretical Framework
- Resilience Across Cultures and Contexts
- Possible Selves Theory
- Psycho-Social Theoretical Framework
- Prevention Tactics
- Resilience Across Cultures
- Social Development Theory
- Social Norms Approach
- Putting Resilience Theory Into Action
Texas Specific Mandates covered by ESTEEM:
Addresses all points in Texas Education Code 28.004. Local School Health Advisory Council and Health Education Instruction: Sections e-j
Chapter 115. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Health Education, Statutory Authority: The provisions of this Subchapter B Middle School issued under the Texas Education Code, §§7.102(c)(4), 28.002(s), 37.001, and 37.0832, unless otherwise noted. Subchapter C. High School
Our staff is ready to support you throughout your successful implementation of the ESTEEM curriculum. You may also download these helpful resources to coordinate the support you will need from within your organization/district.
9 steps to ESTEEM Implementation
Parent Night & Opt Out Form (English & Spanish)