PE & Healthy Lifestyles

Adaptive PE (SE)

Adapted Physical Education is offered to students who have an IEP. This course instructs students in knowledge and development of individually appropriate skills related to physical activity, sports, fitness, stress reduction, and wellness.

Course Details  

  • Credits: 1
  • Grade: 9 to 12  
  • Fee: $0.00
  • Prerequisite: IEP
  • Subject Area: SE

Beginning Social Dance (PE, FA) 

(Currently Not Available)

Students will learn the fundamental dance skills and dance history of traditional and popular ballroom dances. Cultural dances and dance history will also be taught. 

Course Details 

  • 0.5 Credit
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: PE, FA

Dance Conditioning (PE, FA)

This coed, physical fitness course will involve yoga, dance, and conditioning activities. 

Course Details 

  • 0.5 Credit
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: PE, FA

Dance 1A (PE)

This course will focus on the basic skills of dance, dance history, and choreography. Students will get to experience different styles of dance such as ballet, modern, jazz, and hip hop. 

Course Details  

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  • Subject Area: PE

Fitness For Life (PE)

Fitness For Life class is an individualized concept-based course designed to give students the knowledge and skills necessary to self-assess, create, conduct, evaluate, and redesign personal fitness programs. 

Course Details 

Fitness for Life is a combination of classroom based and activity-based learning activities with a focus on students’ mastery of the skills and concepts necessary to becoming independent monitors of their personal life-time fitness. Students are to become proficient in the use of a variety of assessments, measurement devices, exercise equipment, web resources, and software programs. An approved student test called Fitness for Life is an integral part of the class. 

This course comprises the bulk of students’ fitness education in the high school. The teacher supervises classroom participation sessions and serves as a both facilitator and instructor. Athletics may not substitute for this course, but students may elect to take this course through Electronic High School. 

  • 0.5 Credit
  • Grade: 10     
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: PE

Health Education II (PE)

This course is designed to cover factors influencing personal health and will cover an in-depth study of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco, along with units on appearance, human relations, mental health, and first aid.

Course Details 

  • 0.5 Credit
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: PE

Individualized Lifetime Activities  (PE)

(Lifetime Sports – Coed)  

 This course is a more specialized class designed to develop a higher level of proficiency and more in depth expertise in up to three different activities. Students will engage in activities that they can participate in for the rest of their lives. 

Course Details 

  • 0.5 Credit 
  • Grade: 11-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: PE

 Participation Skills and Techniques (PE)

Students should be participating in lifetime activities. This course de-emphasizes competitive team sports due to their lack of carry over as lifetime activities. 

Course Details 

Competency involves the ability to successfully apply basic skills, strategies, and rules using standardized guidelines. There are no substitutions, including athletics, for this course. 

  • 0.5 Credit
  • Grade: 9th          
  • Prerequisite: Required 9th 
  • Subject Area: PE

Weights (PE) ( Fall & Spring)

This course is designed to develop strength, speed, and flexibility for anyone who takes it.  Size development and weight control is also possible.

Course Details 

The program is very flexible and can easily be adapted to meet individual needs for various sports, in-season and off-season workouts, and individuals not involved in sports and just want a good workout and an overall conditioning program. A stretching and flexibility program is part of the course and is essential when an individual is lifting weights to help develop speed, quickness, and to help eliminate injury.

  • 0.5 Credit
  • Grade: 9-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: PE