Physical Education and Health

P15 Health & Phs Ed 9
This course provides a multi-phased program of selected physical education instruction which will facilitate skill proficiency performance at the intermediate level or above in the area of fitness development and assessment, aerobics, gymnastics, dance, aquatics (survival elementary skills), and selected team and individual sports/game experiences that are associated with a lifetime interest of fitness.

P26 Health Education 10
This course provides learning experiences related to health concepts and safety practices in the maintenance and the improvement of body efficiency, and health skills in coping with life situations, sexual behaviors that result in HIV / AIDS / other STDs and consumer concerns, environmental health, family life,

mental and emotional health injury prevention and safety, nutrition, personal health, prevention and control of disease, alcohol, drugs and tobacco, and an introduction to cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills.

P27 Phys Education 10
The physical education component provides fitness plan development and assessment, intermediate-advanced skill performance in individual and dual game / sports, dance, aquatics and other lifetime sports. Theory application of game play strategies, officiating and creative student activities will be provided for selected sports.

P54 Dance Orientation
(This course does not meet PE or Health requirements; it may be taken as elective credit only.) Dance orientation is designed for all entry-level 9th and 10th graders. The focus of this class is to introduce the students to several units of study material that will directly impact their status as new and continuing dance students. There will be a group project towards the end of each unit.