Physical Education

  • For health and safety reasons, students will not have access to the locker room.  Students will partipate in their school clothing. 

     

  • Physical Education 6

    This course provides an introduction as well as a deeper look into fitness components using a variety of sport skills and cooperative strategies. Personal and social responsibility through physical activity settings are a staple throughout the semester. A variety of individual and team games will be covered as well as individual fitness. Potential activities include basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, hockey, lacrosse, flag football, badminton, handball, golf, shark attack, cross-fit, dodgeball, racing games, and other fitness games and activities. Students will also participate in a different fitness assessment each quarter and learn how to set goals for those assessments. Assessments will include individual goal setting and individually tailored heart rate monitor data.

  • Physical Education 7

    This course provides an introduction to, as well as a deeper look into, fitness components using a variety of sport skills and cooperative strategies. Personal and social responsibility through physical activity settings are a staple throughout the semester. A variety of individual and team games will be covered as well as individual fitness. Potential activities include basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, hockey, lacrosse, flag football, badminton, handball, golf, shark attack, cross-fit, dodgeball, racing games, and other fitness games and activities. Students will also participate in a different fitness assessment each quarter and learn how to set goals for those assessments. Assessments will include individual goal setting and individually tailored heart rate monitor data.

  • Physical Education 8

    This course allows students to demonstrate their understanding of movement and how it applies to a variety of sports and activities. Personal and social responsibility through physical activity settings are a staple throughout the semester. A variety of individual and team games will be covered as well as individual fitness. Potential activities include basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, hockey, lacrosse, flag football, badminton, handball, golf, shark attack, cross-fit, dodgeball, racing games, and other fitness games and activities. Students will also participate in a different fitness assessment each quarter and learn how to set goals for those assessments. Assessments will include individual goal setting and individually tailored heart rate monitor data.