Physical Education

Physical Education supports you in acquiring skills through a variety of developmentally appropriate movement activities. You will gain experience within various physical activities assisting you in further understanding health and wellness benefits, promoting positive interactions and leading an active lifestyle.

The Physical Education program at Ernest Manning High School is based on a user-pay system in an effort to provide every student with the opportunity to take Physical Education throughout their High School experience. The program is a fully integrated, modular program based on student choice, where all students in the program have the opportunity to participate in all activities offered, regardless of grade level. Fees associated with the course are determined by the choices a student makes in terms of which activities they would like to participate in.

Course Sequence

The Physical Education program at Ernest Manning High School is based on a user-pay system in an effort to provide every student with the opportunity to take Physical Education throughout their High School experience. The program is a fully integrated, modular program based on student choice, where all students in the program have the opportunity to participate in all activities offered, regardless of grade level. Fees associated with the course are determined by the choices a student makes in terms of which activities they would like to participate in.

Attendance

As per Ernest Manning High School Student Code of Conduct students are expected  to attend 100% of their classes. Failure to attend classes due to unexcused absences will result in the student being ineligible to participate in athletics. Classroom attendance is the shared responsibility between the parent, student, coach and athletic director. If a student is not attending classes they will be suspended from competition until attendance improves. This will be communicated to the student athlete and parent by the school’s Athletic Director, this decision is not subject to an appeal process.
Our Athletic Department expects students to attend 100% of their practices. Should a student miss a practice they will be deemed ineligible to dress for that week’s game. Students needing to miss practice must communicate directly with their coach. It is then at the coaches discretion with how to proceed with regards to eligibility.

Academic Expectations

Students are expected to maintain academic integrity at all times. Communication between student athlete and teacher is critical. It is the student athlete’s responsibility to communicate absences in advance to their teacher. Students are responsible for all course work regardless of athletic participation. The Athletics Department expects that students maintain an average of 65% in each of their courses to maintain athletic eligibility.

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