What's New



Spread the word...Tulsa is a 2019 National Action Based Learning (ABL) Training site!  It's All About Kids is excited to be partnering with ABL to bring this amazing 3-day training!  Please share this flyer with anyone interested in learning more about ABL.  Registration is now open!


The CDC's Injury Prevention & Control: Division of Violence Prevention is offering a FREE online training about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).  The training provides two comprehensive modules.  Module 1 provides an ACEs Overview and Module 2 provides information on The Public Health Approach to Preventing ACEs.  You are able to receive CEUs for this training.  The CDC is working to release an ACEs training called Training for Specific Professions.  You will also find a great amount of resources!   



The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion has release the new Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.  These guidelines provides evidence-based guidance to help Americans maintain or improve their health through physical activity.  The Move Your Way Campaign provides useful resources to track or incorporate physical activity into you every day life!



Our Mission

To improve overall health and academic achievement of Tulsa County school-aged children in collaboration with students, schools, and the community by aligning learning and health through comprehensive nutrition and health education.

Why Collaborate with It’s All About Kids

It's All About Kids Program

Since its beginning in 2004, the Tulsa Health Department’s It's All About Kids (IAK) program has provided an opportunity for thousands of school children to improve their knowledge, attitudes and behaviors toward nutrition and exercise through comprehensive health education. Learning healthy habits early follows them throughout their lifetime.  The program was recognized as a Model Practice in 2008 by the National Association for City and County Health Officials (NACCHO).

It’s All About Kids partners with schools to capture valuable data in the areas of academic improvement, decrease in behavioral referrals, and increase in attendance. IAK follows the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model placing children in the center as the main focus. The WSCC merges components from both the Coordinated School Health model and the Whole Child Framework to align learning and health.

Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child

WSCC Model

The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model was developed by merging the Coordinated School Health model and the Whole Child Framework. The relationship between education and health is evident therefore, the WSCC aligns learning and health rather than focusing on each separately. The child is placed in the center to emphasize the primary focus of the WSCC model. Parents, schools and communities work collaboratively around the child to improve health and academic achievement.

Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model (WSCC)

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)

WSCC Model Brief Video

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Virtual Healthy School

Journal of School Health

Program Information

  • School Challenge Program

    School Challenge

  • Parental Involvement


  • Community Involvement

    IAK Newsletter

  • Tulsa County School Forms


News & Events

  • 12/06/2018
    FREE Nutrition Class

    Holiday Favorites
    6PM - 8PM
    Tulsa Health Department
    North Location
    5635 N. MLK Jr. Blvd.
    RSVP to Terri at 918-595-4419
    Space limited to 20



  • 12/07/2018

    Suicide Prevention
    11:30AM - 1PM
    OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center
    Learning Center
    4502 E. 41st Street
    Space limited 

  • 12/12/2018
    Oklahoma State Department of Education

    Office of Curriculum & Instruction
    8:30AM - 3:30PM
    Northeastern State University
    Broken Arrow
    3100 New Orleans Street
    Space limited



  • 12/24-12/25/2018
    Christmas Holiday Observance

    All locations closed.



  • "I absolutely LOVED this programming opportunity and I am so thankful for what you are doing to educate our kiddos on tough topics.  I am thrilled that you will be able to come back and work with our younger grades for National Hand Washing Awareness Week."

    5th Grade, Creekwood Elementary-BAPS (Drugs and Your Heart)
  • "My students loved the games and ideas presented by the Health Educator.  He was awesome!  I can't wait to use the games in my class with my students."

    — 4th Grade, Mark Twain Elementary-TPS (Fitness in the Classroom)
  • "She was an AWESOME EDUCATOR!! She led my class in this and the Fitness in the Classroom activity last week...what a wonderful teacher she is!!!  The kids enjoyed participating in the "eyes shut with directions" activity- I will use that again in other ways!"

    — 2nd Grade, Barnes Elementary-OPS (Team Building)