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The purpose of Physical Education program is to teach students the knowledge and skills needed to engage in physical activity now and for a lifetime. A physically active lifestyle will lead to personal enjoyment and a healthy lifestyle. As a result of participation in the health class the students will be able to:

  • Perform fundamental skills and movement patterns allowing them to participate in physical activity
  • Apply movement principles and concepts to learning and developing motor skill
  • Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness
  • Demonstrate a physically active lifestyle
  • Demonstrate responsible behaviors in physical activity settings

The purpose of the Health Program is to help students acquire an understanding of health concepts and skills that will assist them in making positive choices that promote personal, family and community health. As a result of participation in the health class the students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts and behaviors that reduce health risks and enhance the health of self and others
  • Demonstrate the ability to access, evaluate and use health information, products and services that influence health and well being
  • Demonstrate appropriate health practices and behaviors to promote a safe community, safe home, safe school and personal safety

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High School Course Offerings

Advanced Physical Conditioning

Course ID: 7655SB|

This course offers students the opportunity to develop an optimal level of conditioning through a variety of advanced training techniques.Through [...]

Advanced First Aid and CPR

Course ID: 7635SB|

This Health/Physical Education elective will give students a complete study of advanced first aid and CPR for the professional rescuer.It [...]

Health and Physical Education II

Course ID: 7400SB|

Health II topics include emotional health, non-infectious diseases, family life and sex education, fitness planning, and substance abuse prevention. Physical [...]