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.

Objectives

  • To introduce a variety of recreational/leisure activities to inspire lifelong fitness
  • To introduce a knowledge of fitness and its importance to a healthy lifestyle
  • To develop an understanding of leadership, responsibility and commitment

Phys. Ed. Modular Requirements

P.E. 10P.E. 20P.E. 30
CPRSocial DanceSocial Dance
Intro to FitnessFitness ChallengeFitness Challenge
Social DanceSurvivorSurvivor
Fitness Challenge2 additional off-campus modules3 off-campus modules
1 additional off-campus modules


Courses

Physical Education

5 Credits
Physical Education 10 is a mandatory course for graduation
Available in 10, 20, 30

Our Physical Education classes offer a variety of fun and challenging activities; designed to assist in the development of an active lifestyle that extends lifetime. They introduce students to a variety of recreational/leisure activities to inspire life long fitness as well as develop a knowledge and love of fitness and its importance to a healthy lifestyle. In addition, students will develop an understanding of leadership, responsibility and commitment within themselves and to the community around them.

Yoga

3 - 5 Credits
Available in 10, 20, 30

Students will perform the postures (asanas), breathing techniques and relaxation techniques of yoga practice  develop personal management skills and the knowledge to benefit personally from a regular individualized yoga program. They will acquire and apply a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology relevant to yoga, and understand the historical roots of yoga as an art, science and philosophy


The Team

Cody Ehrmann - Physical Education
Benjamin Pilley - Physical Education
Holly Clarke - Physical Education
Matt Hanna - Physical Education
Zilla Wilmot - Physical Education
Casey Fraser - Physical Education

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