Healthful Living

Graduation Requirement - 1 Credit

Physical Education / Health (60492X0HPE) 1CR

Course Description: This course is required for all students. Physical, mental, social, and emotional health is explored. The physical education component consists of physical fitness testing, individual and team sports, and a variety of other activities. Students will complete district required Fitnessgram as a part of this course.

Advanced Physical Education (60292X0A) 1CR

Prerequisite:  Physical Education / Health
Course Description: This course is for the student who wishes to participate in physical education activities at an advanced level.

Weight Training (60292X0WT) 1CR

Prerequisite:  Physical Education / Health
Course Description: This course involves studies in weight management, weight lifting, and programs for proper physical management.

Lifetime Fitness (60292X0LF) 1CR

 Prerequisite:  Physical Education / Health
Course Description: This course is designed with an emphasis on background and development of healthy lifestyle choices associated with lifetime fitness. Areas of study will include: aerobic activities for cardiovascular fitness, strength and conditioning methods, lifetime individual sports and activities.

Recreation & Sports Management (60292X0RS) 1CR

Prerequisite:  Physical Education / Health
Course Description: This course is designed with an emphasis on developing skills and knowledge associated with the following activities: officiating games, tournament organization, court and field lay-out, maintenance of facilities, first aid and sports medicine.

Theory and Application of Team Sports (60292X0TT) 1CR

Course Description: This course is designed with an emphasis on the strategies, skills, analysis of techniques and performance associated with team sports.

Sports Medicine Training I (60632X0SM) 1CR

Prerequisite:  Physical Education / Health
Course Description: This course is an intensive course for those who have an interest in human anatomy and physiology, biology, and medicine. Course emphasis will be on the role of an athletic trainer, the legal aspects of sports medicine, basic taping, and bandaging, first aid and CPR, anatomy and physiology, EMT skills, sports equipment, and emergency procedures. Students will be encouraged to work with athletic teams to gain experience and to utilize skills learned in encouraged to work with athletic teams to gain experience and to utilize skills learned in class.