Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Physical Education Department
Instructors: Mr. Raymond Dosland and Mr. Eric Smith
Fitness For Life 1621 1 Semester Per Year PE credit required unless waiver completed Grades 9-12
This course is designed to present students with a well-balanced program in developing life-long fitness habits. Activities and course learning will be centered on recreational games, food and nutrition, and prevention of injuries.
Athlete Development 1622 PE credit 1 Semester Course Grades 9-12
This is offered from 7am to 7:45 am. The course is designed for aspiring or current athletes. Course content and activities focus on strength, agility, speed, and endurance training. In addition, students will learn about kinesiology, nutrition for athletes, and the prevention and treatment of sports related injuries.
Health I 1602 1 Semester Grade 9-12
This class is a required course. This is a comprehensive course designed to provide the basis to help students adopt and maintain healthy behaviors. Health education should contribute directly to a student's ability to successfully practice behaviors that protect and promote health and avoid or reduce health risks. Students in this course will learn essential health concepts, determine personal values that support healthy behaviors and develop skills necessary to combat societal problems. Priority areas taught in this course include, promoting health and wellness, physical activity, healthy eating, promoting safety and preventing unintentional injury and violence, promoting mental and emotional health, a tobacco-free lifestyle, sexual education and an alcohol- and other drug-free lifestyle.
Health II 1615 1 Semester Course Semester Course Grades 10- 12
This elective course is designed as an extension of the Health I class. This class will expand knowledge gained through Health I and look more in depth with issues pertaining to upperclassman. Students will evaluate and analyze topics more in the framework of discussion, problem solving, and evaluation. Whereas Health I is more of an introduction course, this class will be more skill driven and prepare the student for proper decision making in regards to healthy life choices. Prerequisite successfully complete Health I