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New York State Center for School Health (NYSCSH)
Learn more about how the New York State Center for School Health (NYSCSH) can help YOU!
Overview of NYSCSH
Provides an overview of the Center and how we support NYS School Health Professionals.
Introduction Letter From the Center
Provides a brief history and an overview that outlines the support services, including the value of the Health Information Portal Email Subscription Service and all the NYSCSH has to offer.
How to Use the NYSCSH Website
NYSCSH Website Information & Overview
Provides information on the work done here at NYSCSH and how to effectively use the NYSCSH website.
NYSCSH Website Video Tutorial
This 2-minute video shows you how to effectively navigate the website.
NYSCSH Website FAQs
Q: Can I use the resources and information on the website to create resources for my own school district?
Q: How can I submit a link that is broken or request resources I don't see?
A: You can use the Website Feedback link at the bottom of each page. You can also use that link to submit requests for resources not currently on the website.
Q: My computer seems to show me an outdated or old page on the website- how can I see the page?
A: Your browser has a folder in which certain items that have been downloaded are stored for future use. Graphic images (such as buttons and icons), photos, and even entire web pages are examples of items that are saved or cached. When visiting a web page, your browser checks if a copy of the files on the page is in its cache already. If so, it will save the visitor some downloading and make the web page load faster. Some browsers refer to the cache as Temporary Internet Files.
Q: Where can I find Regulations, Memos, and Guidelines by content?
A: On the Laws|Guidelines|Memos channel. Go to the top navy blue bar and hover on the Laws|Guidelines|Memos. From the drop-down that appears, select the content that you would like NYS Law, NYS Commissioner's Regulation, or Guidelines & Memos by Content Area. Guidelines & Memos by Content Area provides information on specific content, all in one place.
Q: Where is the Contact Us Page?
A: A Contact Us button is located at the bottom of each page of the website.
Page Updated 8/18/22