Health & Physical Education
This one-semester class covers many topics including making healthy choices, managing stress, pregnancy and birth, food and nutrition, movement and coordination, personal care, preventing abuse of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, first aid and C.P.R.
Physical Education *
This one-semester course is designed to promote a sense of health, fitness, recreation, and a personal responsibility in being fit. Students are exposed to a variety of lifetime activities aimed at achieving a basic level of fitness including general physical conditioning, physical fitness testing, and various individual and team activities. The course involves activity and lecture. Weight training is also introduced as a method of fitness for life.
Coaching and Officiating
This one-semester course is designed to develop an appreciation of coaching and officiating careers. Students will become aware of interscholastic athletics and the skills that it takes to coach and officiate. Strategy, rules, conditioning techniques, and scheduling are some of the topics covered.
* This course will meet physical education requirements. Two semesters of Physical Education and one semester of Health are required for graduation. However, a waiver of the requirement for Physical Education can be granted if a student completes two full seasons as a participant on an OHSAA approved inter-scholastic sports team or two full seasons in Marching Band.