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Physical Education Course Catalog

Physical Education 1, 2 (5503, 5504) 9th

Physical Education 3, 4 (5701, 5702) 
 10th - 12th

 
Physical Education 5,6  (5703, 5704) 11th & 12th

 Course 3B:  Aerobic Activities

       Prerequisites:  Students must have previously passed High School Course 1 and High School
       Course 2.  Physical education credits are requirement for high school graduation. A minimum
       of two years required.
      Movement Focus: Demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in two or more aerobic
       activities, at least one from each category:          
                Category 1:  Aerobic Dance, Running, Skating, Swimming
               Category 2:  Cross-country Skiing, Cycling, Rowing, Triathlon, Walking 
 
Course 3C:  Individual and Dual Activities 
         Prerequisites:  Students must have previously passed High School Course 1 and High School
         Course 2.  Physical education credits are requirement for high school graduation. A
         minimum of two years required.
         Movement Focus: Demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in two or more individual
        and dual activities, at least one from each category:          
                Category 1:  Archery, Cycling, Golf, Gymnastics/Tumbling, Skating, Skiing, Surfing, Yoga
                Category 2:  Badminton, Handball, Racquetball, Squash, Tennis, Two-player Volleyball
 
 Course 3F: Weight Training and Fitness
         Prerequisites:  Students must have previously passed High School Course 1 and High School
         Course 2.  Physical education credits are requirement for high school graduation. A
         minimum of two years required.
         Movement Focus: Explain and apply biomechanical principles offirst, second, and
         third-class levers; observe andanalyze the techniques of another or yourself; 
         demonstrate proper spotting techniques; measureand assess multiple
         performances in the six skill-related components of fitness; identify and apply
         biomechanical principles for safety and success; list, describe and demonstrate
         use of safetyequipment; demonstrate independent learning. 
 
 
Physical Education 7,8  (5705, 5706)  12th
            Course 4B:  Aerobic Activities  
                  Prerequisites:  Students must have previously passed High School Course 3B.  Physical
       education credits are requirement for high school graduation. A minimum of 
       two years required.
       Movement Focus: Demonstrate expertise in two or more aerobic activities, at least one from
       each category:          
                Category 1:  Aerobic Dance, Running, Skating, Swimming
                Category 2:  Cross-country Skiing, Cycling, Rowing, Triathlon, Walking 
 
Course 4C:  Individual and Dual Activities 
         Prerequisites:  Students must have previously passed High School Course 3B.  Physical
         education credits are requirement for high school graduation. A minimum of two years
         required.
         Movement Focus: Demonstrate expertise in two or more individual and dual activities, at
        least one from each category:          
                Category 1:  Archery, Cycling, Golf, Gymnastics/Tumbling, Skating, Skiing, Surfing, Yoga
                Category 2:  Badminton, Handball, Racquetball, Squash, Tennis, Two-player Volleyball
 
Interscholastic Athletics (5712.2) 9
th - 12th

Prerequisites: Grade-point average of 2.0 in scholarship and citizenship for the preceding grading period, parent's and physician's approval, and insurance coverage.  This is the competitive sports program for students who wish to devote more time and effort to specific sports activities.  See district Administrative Procedure 4350.

 

This is the competitive sports program for students who wish to devote more time and effort to specific sports activities. Many district regulations prescribe the manner of operation. When not involved in a current sport, students engage in the regular physical education instructional activities for their grade levels. Major emphasis is on individual and dual lifetime sports. For further information, see index to District Procedures.

 
Interscholastic Athletics does not take the place of High School Course 1 and High School Course 2.   Students must be enrolled in these classes until course requirements are met and they pass 5 of 6 test on the Fitness Gram.