• Health and PE

    700   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1

    Grade Level: 9   Term:  All Year (2 Credits)

    P.E. 1 is a course designed to develop skills and knowledge, social interaction and safety and health habits through participation in various team and individual development activities. A swimming course is required. This class is so structured that each student will be swimming at their level of ability. Some of the activities you will participate in are: volleyball, tumbling, basketball, intro. to weight-lifting, square dance, flag football, aerobic dance, floor hockey, soccer, archery, tennis and track & field.

    704   PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2

    Grade Level: 10-12   Term:  All Year (2 Credits)

    Prerequisite: P.E. 1.  This course is designed to develop individual skills through participation in specialized sports activities with emphasis on leisure time activities. You will participate in the following activities: weight-lifting, basketball, flag football, mushball, softball, badminton, archery, and tennis.  Students may enroll for one semester only.

    707   ADVANCED P.E. STRENGTH TRAINING

    Grade level: 10-12   Term:  All Year (2 Credits)

    Prerequisite: PE 1. A Physical Education course open to all male students in grades 10, 11, 12. This course will incorporate the latest in strength training techniques and theories with the finest equipment available. The course will be geared toward the prevention of injury, improving performance potential and improving personal appearance.  Students may enroll  for one semester only.

    709   ADVANCED P.E. STRENGTH TRAINING F

    Grade level: 10-12   Term:  All Year (2 Credits)

    Prerequisite: PE 1. A Physical Education course open to all female students in grades 10, 11, 12. This course will incorporate the latest in strength training techniques and theories with the finest equipment available. The course will be geared toward the prevention of injury, improving performance potential and improving personal appearance.  Students may enroll  for one semester only.

    712   LIFEGUARD TRAINING

    Grade Level: 10-12   Term:  One Semester (1 credit)

    Prerequisite: PE 1. Lifeguard Training provides participants with the knowledge, skills and practice needed to become well-trained and effective lifeguards. In addition to learning preventive lifeguarding and facility safety, participants practice rescue approaches, assists, tows and carries. Emergency care for spinal injury in the water is emphasized. The course includes required units in first aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Successful completion of requirements will result in certification as an American Red Cross Lifeguard for 3 years.

    720   HEALTH EDUCATION

    Grade Level: 10   Term:  One Semester (1 credit)

    High school health education provides the basis for continued methods of developing knowledge, concepts, skills, behaviors and attitudes related to student health and well-being. This course includes the major content areas in a planned, sequential, comprehensive health education curriculum as expressed in the Indiana Health Education Standards Guide: (1) Growth and Development; (2) Mental and Emotional Health; (3) Community and Environmental Health; (4) Nutrition; (5) Family Life; (6) Consumer Health; (7) Personal Health; (8) Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs; (9) Intentional and Unintentional Injury and (10) Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.