• Health Education 

    Teacher:   Coach/Ms. Shedd 

    Room: G116

    Phone:  (210) 945-1100

    Office Hours:  Monday- Friday


    Email:  nshedd@judsonisd.org 

    Google Voice: 361-879-1577


    Health education at Judson High School is used to promote the optimum physical, mental, ethical, and social development of our youth.  This is done so students can be contributing members of our society.  This is accomplished by having a curriculum that covers a broad range of physical, mental and social health issues.


    • Your Google Chromebook (make sure it is charged and ready to go each class!)
    • A Pen (Blue or Black ink), or pencil to write with
    • Notebook Paper

    Classroom Procedures (For in person)

    1. Be to class on time. Be in your assigned seat when the bell rings to begin class.
    2. Be respectful to everyone and their property at all times.
    3. Remain seated unless otherwise directed.
    4. No food, drinks, candy or gum of any kind in the classroom.
    5. No hats, sunglasses, music, or make up of any kind allowed in the classroom.
    6. Do NOT touch or harass anyone, in any way.
    7. Do NOT leave the classroom without permission.
    8. Cheating will not be tolerated.
    9. Do NOT use profanity.
    10. Use the restroom before class.
    11. NO late work will be accepted. Have your work completed and ready to be turned in on the day it is due. 
    12. If you miss a class it is your responsibility to get all the work you missed from me and turn it in at the appropriate time.
    13. You must keep all your work in your notebook.
    14. Follow all school rules in the student code of conduct.


    1. Verbal correction and warning
    2. Phone call to your parent/guardian
    3. Referral to the office.

    Behavior such as abusive language, fighting, possession of alcohol, drugs, weapons, etc., or any outburst of aggression will immediately be referred to the administration.


    • Make sure to attend class every day!


    Points will be earned by completing homework, projects, tests, and quizzes. The students will have three graded assignments a week and a test/project every 3 weeks.

    60%      Daily Work/Quizzes

    40%     Tests/Projects