Physical Education I activities are designed to develop neuromuscular skills, strength, flexibility, endurance, coordination and an appreciation of leisure-time activities. The emphasis is on teamwork and competition.
This course is geared to the sophomore level; it is a natural continuation of Physical Education 9. Increasing skill level, knowledge of each sport, either as a participant or spectator, and competition through tournament play is emphasized.
This course familiarizes students with the principles of physical fitness including first aid, weight control using nutrition and exercise, health implications of obesity and fitness gains comparing various activities.
A continued course of advanced skills and competition in each sport or game. Some activities may include volleyball, basketball, soccer, bowling, softball, golf, and weight lifting. There are options to leave the school grounds for an activity.
Weight lifting is an important component in strength training and overall fitness. This class will emphasize proper technique in weight lifting, sport specific training and the role of strength training in an all around fitness program. Instruction will be individualized for the beginner to the advanced.
The students are taught knowledge and respect for traffic regulations and safety in a classroom setting. This 2- week course is offered only during the summer. Required fee.