3.75 Credits, 3 Quarters "Personal Fitness" (1 quarter), a one-marking period course helps students to develop their optimum level of physical fitness and to understanding fitness concepts and the significance of lifestyle on one's health and fitness. "Physical Education Activities" (2 quarters), are two marking periods of electives with a variety of team and individual sports, lifetime fitness activities, lifetime recreational activities, and group initiatives. CODE # 112100
PHYSICAL EDUCATION GRADES 10-12 3.75 Credits, 3 Quarters Students are instructed in a variety of physical education activities, including team and individual sports, lifetime fitness activities, lifetime recreational activities, and group initiatives. CODE # 112200, 112300, 112400
HEALTH I GRADE 9 1.25 Credits, 1 Quarter The Freshman Health Program, “Making Life Choices,” provides students with opportunities to explore health-related areas such as effective communication skills, sound decision-making, understanding interpersonal relationships, sexuality, dating, nutrition, and drug abuse that will enable them to become lifelong, successful learners in making good choices about healthy living. CODE # 113100
HEALTH II GRADE 10 1.25 Credits, 1 Quarter "Driver Education, Safety, Drug and Alcohol Education" - This sophomore health course covers driver education theory, accident and safety education, organ and tissue donation, and the physical, mental, emotional, and social effects of the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. CODE # 113200
HEALTH III GRADE 11 1.25 Credits, 1 Quarter "Standard First Aid and CPR" - This course provides instruction on basic community first aid techniques and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and organ and tissue donation. CODE # 113300
HEALTH IV GRADE 12 1.25 Credits, 1 Quarter The Senior Health Program, “Responsible Living,” provides students with a firm foundation of knowledge that promotes desirable healthy attitudes and practices. The course provides students with the intellectual, physiological, and emotional tools needed to successfully cope with issues such as dating behaviors, sexuality, pregnancy, parenting, and health care.
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