Curriculum units include aerobic dance, jump rope, cooperative games, volleyball, racket skills, soccer, basketball, frisbee activities, and personal fitness. For reasons of safety, students are required to wear appropriate clothing suitable for an activity class: shorts, crew neck T-shirt, socks and tennis shoes. All clothing must meet the school’s dress code requirements.
Weekly units will also include a focus on career exploration and investigation, allowing students to identify their roles as workers, analyze their personal assets, explore career clusters, select career pathways or occupations for future study, and prepare for the creation of an Academic & Career Plan (ACP) based on their academic and career interests. The curriculum for health includes family life, sex education, personal safety, nutrition, and fitness. The major focus is to teach the middle school student how to be healthy and safe. The objectives for family life are outlined in the WJCC School Division’s Handbook on Family Life and Sex Education. This course is taught by health and physical education teachers.