• Physical Education

    7013 Physical Education - Team Sports I
    Grade Placement: 9-12 Credit: 0.5
    Recommended Prerequisite: None
    PE Team Sports provides instruction in the development of knowledge of game rules, health and safety practices and
    motor skills basic to effective movement required for successful participation in physical recreation and leisure
    time activities. Activities include flag football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, kickball, softball and ultimate frisbee.
    Students will be required to suit out and participate daily.

    7014 Physical Education - Team Sports II
    Grade Placement: 9-12 Credit: 0.5
    Recommended Prerequisite: None
    PE Team Sports provides instruction in the development of knowledge of game rules, health and safety practices and
    motor skills basic to effective movement required for successful participation in physical recreation and leisure
    time activities. Activities include flag football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, kickball, softball and ultimate frisbee.
    Students will be required to suit out and participate daily.


    7005 Foundations of Personal Fitness
    Grade Placement: 9-12 Credit: 0.5
    Recommended Prerequisite: None
    This course is a classroom based PE course. Students will not suit out, but will learn about fitness through the use of
    a classroom textbook.


    7035 Outdoor and Adventure Education I
    Grade Placement: 10-12 Credit: 0.5
    Recommended Prerequisite: None
    The Outdoor and Adventure Education course is designed for the student looking for a challenging hands-on
    approach to physical education. Students will participate in a curriculum designed to develop knowledge and skills
    for lifelong outdoor activities. Students will participate in hiking, biking, trail maintenance, camping, backpacking,
    outdoor cooking, GPS, orienteering and much more.


    7036 Outdoor and Adventure Education II
    Grade Placement: 10-12 Credit: 0.5
    Recommended Prerequisite: Physical Education - Team Sports
    The Outdoor and Adventure Education course is designed for the student looking for a challenging hands-on
    approach to physical education. Students will participate in a curriculum designed to develop knowledge and skills
    for lifelong outdoor activities. Students will participate in hiking, biking, trail maintenance, camping, backpacking,
    outdoor cooking, GPS, orienteering and much more.


    7030 Physical Education - Weights I (Fall Only)
    Grade Placement: 10-12 Credit: 0.5
    Recommended Prerequisite: None
    This course is a one semester course in which students are required to suit out and participate daily. Students will be
    evaluated and individual worksheets will document their progress throughout the semester. Major goals are safety in
    the weight room, documentation of daily work out, nutrition, and how it affects muscle growth. Emphasis will
    be placed on self-paced progress and individual responsibility in a less structured atmosphere.


    7043 Physical Education - Weights II (Spring Only) 
    Grade Placement: 10-12 Credit: 0.5
    Recommended Prerequisite: None
    This course is a one semester course in which students are required to suit out and participate daily. Students will be
    evaluated and individual worksheets will document their progress throughout the semester. Major goals are safety in
    the weight room, documentation of daily work out, nutrition, and how it affects muscle growth. Emphasis will 

    be placed on self-paced progress and individual responsibility in a less structured atmosphere. 

    Tennis
    Course Description
    This is a boys and girls athletic class for students wishing to compete on a year round tennis team.
    Students must have a physical examination before April 1 in order to participate in competition.
    Equipment can be furnished if needed. There are no required before or after school practices.
    Grade: 
    Prerequisite: N/A