This semester course teaches students to look at themselves and their environment. Physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual aspects are covered during units on personality, drugs, the human body and social interaction. Finally, students are taught the fundamentals of first aid and CPR. Optional fee for CPR/FA certification: $30. Open to grades 10-12.
Physical Education 9
This year-long course is designed to help students improve their knowledge of the rules of various games and their ability to play these games. Students will learn to incorporate fitness and athletic skills through game situations that will help them throughout their lives. Fitness and Nutrition aspects will also be emphasized. Writing and journaling with logs will be an important learning tool when applying concepts learned during this class. A Fitness Portfolio will be required of the students as part of the final. Fee required for Heart Rate Monitor: $5 rental or $15 purchase. Open to grade 9.
Lifetime Activities and Fitness
This co-ed semester course is designed to encourage a love for physical activity at an individual level. Activities may include walking par course, bowling, tennis, golf, endurance training, and fitness workouts with other lifetime activities. Fee required for Heart Rate Monitor: $5 rental or $15 purchase. Open to grades 10-12.
Team Sports I and II
This co-ed semester course is designed to encourage a love for physical activity at a group level. Many different team sports will be taught and played. Games may include traditional team sports. Fee required for Heart Rate Monitor: $5 rental or $15 purchase. Open to grades 10-12.
This co-ed semester course is designed to encourage a love for physical activity with different net sports. Some activities will include badminton, pickleball, golf/Frisbee golf, table tennis, etc. Fee required for Heart Rate Monitor: $5 rental or $15 purchase. Open to grades 10-12.
This class is designed for the individual who would like to stay toned and fit throughout life. Pilates, resistance band training, stability ball workouts, and aerobics will be used to benefit the student’s fitness goals throughout the semester. A fitness-based project will show the concepts that have been applied in the classroom. Fee required for Heart Rate Monitor: $5 rental or $15 purchase. Open to grades 10-12.
Students who take this course will be introduced to the roles and responsibilities of an athletic trainer. Training in prevention, injury mechanisms, and treatment will be highlighted. Different types of taping for ankles and hands will be practiced as well. Students who are interested in athletic training or a physical therapy career are encouraged to take this course. Fee required: $35 for taping and CPR supplies. Open to grades 11, 12.
Intro to Sports Management
Students in the course will be introduced to the sports management field of study. Coaching principles, budgeting, management of facilities, business concepts, and promotion of sports will be discussed. Special speakers will be part of this course. Portfolios will be a final project for this course. Several field trips to sports facilities will be taken. Some fees may apply. Open to grades 11, 12.
Students will be involved in many different adventure sports throughout the semester. Sports may include disc golf, rock climbing, archery, obstacle course design, fitness par course, hiking, and canoeing. Fees will apply for this course. Open to grades 10-12.