Resources for Schools & Districts

Explore our free health education resources for schools and districts. Find teacher guides, a curriculum overview and more professional development resources. Learn how you can use Lessonbee to support sustained outcomes in health literacy and social-emotional wellness.

Getting Started

Lessonbee Curriculum Overview

Download the Lessonbee Curriculum Overview guide to read about the Lessonbee approach to health education, how it works, scope and sequence, and standards alignment.

School Implementation Guide

The school implementation guide provides you with step-by-step, easy to follow instructions to get started with Lessonbee. Learn how to:

Roster your school and classes
Access and assign content
Review student submissions
Create emoji-based assessments
& so much more!

Lessonbee in Your Classroom

Scope and Sequences

Whether you are using Lessonbee once a day, once a week, or completely flexibly, there is an implementation plan for you and your students!

Access our daily, weekly, and flexible scope and sequence documents to get planning today!

Teacher Guides

Teacher Guides include important information for each of the Lessonbee health education courses, such as the objectives, essential question, standards, and an introduction to the characters. Teacher Guides also include a suggested instructional flow with resources like exit tickets, worksheets, and reflection questions.

Tips for Culturally Responsive Teaching

Lessonbee has developed 6 tips to help you implement culturally responsive practices within your classroom to foster genuine connection, inclusivity, and conversation.

Introducing Your Students to Lessonbee

This customizable Google Slides presentation is available for you to use within your classroom to introduce your students to Lessonbee. Within just minutes, students will know how to:
Register and login
Access assigned content
Submit assignments
Review their HealthIQ Analytics

Guardian's Guide to Lessonbee

Let your students' guardians know your classroom will be using Lessonbee for comprehensive, personalized health education. This one-pager will educate guardians on what Lessonbee is, the content available, and a prompt to continue the conversations at home.

Sharing Lessonbee with your Colleagues

Love Lessonbee and want to spread the word? Use this customizable Google Slides presentation to share the ways you're utilizing Lessonbee with your team during a staff meeting, a professional development time, via email, etc.

Lessonbee Professional Development Offerings

Health Education Heroes - 8 Weeks | Free | Online via Zoom

Educators will explore health and SEL topics and how to teach them using the REAP and SOW framework with Lessonbee. Perks of this cohort-based program include access to community, weekly lesson plans, Lessonbee content library, and up to $300 in classroom resources. From weeks 4 - 8, educators will implement Lessonbee with students to apply the concepts learned. Educators must apply for acceptance to the program.

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*Digital Learning with Lessonbee - 90 min | $600 | Online via Zoom

Teachers will be able to master skills of teaching with Lessonbee's online dashboard, including assigning courses and activities to students, utilizing our wellness check-in tool, and tracking and reporting student learning progress. Teachers will be exposed to the various interactivity and assessment artifacts used in Lessonbee courses and leave the PD feeling confident in their ability to begin implementing Lessonbee with their students.

*Required with Lessonbee school or district subscription.

Culturally Responsive Teaching & SEL - 60 min | $350 | Online via Zoom

Teachers will explore the crosswalk between culturally responsive teaching and social emotional learning and be able to implement best practices for centering students' diverse voices in their classroom. We will explore topics such as creating positive culture in the classroom, activating prior knowledge to make learning meaningful, accessibility, and making learning relevant for students.

Social Emotional Learning for Elementary Teachers - 60 min | $350 | Online via Zoom

Teachers will explore the CASEL framework of social emotional learning and be able to implement SEL best practices in their classroom. We will explore topics including: how to make SEL competencies live in the elementary classroom, centering student voices, accessibility, and how to ensure that diversity is part of your SEL program.

Social Emotional Learning for Secondary Education - 60 min | $350 | Online via Zoom

Teachers will explore the CASEL framework of social emotional learning and be able to implement SEL best practices in their classroom. We will explore topics including: how to make SEL competencies live in the secondary classroom, centering student voices, accessibility, and how to ensure that diversity is part of your SEL program.

Community & Connection

Lessonbee Educator Community

The Lessonbee Community is your place to connect and collaborate with fellow Lessonbee users. Join us today!

YouTube Channel

Access Lessonbee created videos, including a "Getting Started with Lessonbee" video series walking you through actions like creating a class, adding students, and downloading data.


Follow along as we share resources about social emotional wellness, culturally responsive teaching, flipped and reflective learning, and so much more.

Crisis Support

Crisis Support

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. The Lifeline is available for everyone, is free, and confidential. 

Online Chat and Phone Call Support Available

Phone: 800-273-8255 



The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project's trained counselors understand the challenges LGBTQ young people face. If you are thinking about harming yourself — get immediate support. Connect to a crisis counselor 24/7, 365 days a year, from anywhere in the U.S. It is 100% confidential, and 100% free.

Online Chat, Phone Call, and Text Support Available

Phone: 866-488-7386



SAMHSA's National Helpline

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Phone: 1-800-662-4357




SAMHSA collects information on thousands of state-licensed providers who specialize in treating substance use disorders, addiction, and mental illness. Use the search filters to find locations that match specific needs, like the type of treatment offered, groups served, or medication availability.

Phone: 1-800-662-4357


Technical Support

Help Center

Need technical help? Access the help center to review how-to articles explaining the functionality of Lessonbee.

Email Technical Support

Still need help? Contact us at support@lessonbee.com.

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