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Physical Education / Health Education

Grade  9:
Through a combination of activities in the gym and classroom students will:
·         Develop skills and the appreciation for the need of lifelong activities and recreation.
·         Investigate and examine issues designed to apply informed decision making, conflict resolution and social skills in making personal choices.
·         Participate in extensive array of activities with opportunities for every student to be successful.
Grade  10:
Through a combination of activities in the gym and classroom students will:
·         Develop positive interactions through a variety of physical activities.
·         Focus on developing physical well-being through education of the body and how it works (heart rate related to exercise and fitness, etc.)
·         Develop knowledge and skills in various Health topics such as; family life, drug education , personal safety and healthy eating.
Grade 11:
This course is designed to help youth take greater ownership of their own physical fitness:
·         Encourage them to seek out activities that interest them, and to engage in active lifestyles into their futures.
·         Students will be required to plan, commit, participate in, and certify their involvement in a variety of physical activities.   They must participate in a minimum of 55 hours of moderate to vigorous activity.
·         As well  develop  knowledge and skills in various health topics; nutrition and wellness.
Grade 12:
This course is designed to help youth take  greater  ownership  of their own physical fitness:
·         Encourage them to seek out activities that interest them, and to engage in active lifestyles into their futures.
·         Students will be required to participate in a minimum of 55 hours of moderate to vigorous activity. These activities must contribute to their cardio-respiratory fitness, muscular strength, flexibility and endurance. These will be part of their required personal activity plan.
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