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Physical Education

​​All students graduating after June 2009 will need four credits of Physical and Health Education in order to graduate.

Equipment for all Physical Education Courses

​For safe and effective participation, students are expected to change into appropriate gym clothes for each class. Appropriate gym clothing includes a T-shirt, running shoes and gym shorts or track pants. A notebook and pen will be needed and a towel is recommended.​​

​​Grade 9 Course Descriptions

Physical Education and Health 10F (1 credit)​ ​

The course general outcomes include development of movement skills, fitness management, safety, personal and social management, and healthy lifestyle practices. Activities will include team, dual and individual sports, fitness programming, theory and classroom work. ​

​Grade 10 Course Descriptions​

Physical Education and Health 20F (1 credit)​

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 10F

The course general outcomes include development of movement skills, fitness management, safety, personal and social management, and healthy lifestyle practices. Activities will include team, dual and individual sports, leadership activities such as officiating, lifetime activities such as golf and tennis, alternate activities such as rock climbing, fitness programming, theory and classroom work.

Grade 11 Course Descriptions

Physical Education Regular 30F (1 credit)​

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 20F

This compulsory full-credit course is designed to help youth take greater ownership of their own physical fitness, to encourage them to seek out activities that interest them, and to engage in active lifestyles into their futures. Students will study topics related to fitness management, mental health, substance use and abuse prevention, and the social impact of sport. The focus of this content will be on health and personal planning. Students will be introduced to safety and risk management planning to minimize the associated risks of the activities they have chosen.

The in-class component will focus on issues such as biological, socio-cultural, psychological, historical, and political process that shape and define men’s/women’s health and personal wellness activities. These concepts will be delivered in a theoretical and experiential fashion.

Physical Education Outdoor 30F (1 credit)​

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 20F

This full-credit course is designed to help youth take greater ownership of their own physical fitness, to encourage them to seek out activities that interest them, and to engage in active lifestyles into their futures. Students will study topics related to fitness management, nutrition, sexual health, social/emotional health, and personal development.

The emphasis of this course will be on planning for safe and enjoyable participation in popular outdoor recreational pursuits. Activities will include hiking, cross country skiing, cycle touring, backpacking, snowshoeing, mountain biking and rock climbing. Other related activities will include wilderness survival techniques, backcountry cooking and camping techniques, wilderness navigation, wildlife observation and wilderness first aid

Equipment/Personal Supplies: For safe and effective participation, students are expected to change into appropriate outdoor, active clothing for practical classes. A notebook, journal and pen will be needed for each class. Students must have access to a large volume backpack, a warm sleeping bag and a mountain bike.

Special Notes: A lab fee is charged to cover the costs of transportation, supplies, permits, etc. for field trips such as cross country skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, wilderness survival, rock climbing and wilderness navigation.

Physical Education Female Fitness 30F (1 credit)​

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 20F

This course focuses on topics, issues and concerns relevant to young women’s lives relating to personal health, wellness and fitness. Students will take part in a wide variety of activities that will help them take greater ownership of their personal physical fitness development. It will also encourage the discovery of new physical activities suited to their personal interests and promote an active, healthy lifestyle and overall personal wellness. This course may have fees which are required to cover costs of facilities and guest instructors. The students will work towards the learning outcomes through a variety of activities which might include:

Personal Fitness Management: yoga, tai chi, cardio dance, pilates, circuit training, resistance training, power walking, low organized games, cycle fitness (spin)

Lifetime Activities: self-defense, outdoor cross training, racquet sports, wall climbing, badminton, golf, community facility awareness

Classroom Activities: mental health, personal and social development, healthy relationships, body image, nutrition

Special Notes: An activity fee of $40.00 will be charged for all students enrolled in Female Fitness to cover extra costs.

Grade 12 Course Descriptions

Physical Education Regular 40F (1 credit)​

Prerequisite: Active Healthy Lifestyles 30F

This compulsory full-credit course is designed to help youth take greater ownership of their own physical fitness, to encourage them to seek out activities that interest them, and to engage in active lifestyles into their futures. Students will study topics related to fitness management, nutrition, sexual health, social/emotional health, and personal development.

The focus of this content will be on health and personal planning. As part of earning a credit for this course, students will be required to submit a personal fitness portfolio containing elements such as a fitness plan, physical activity log, or journal entries. Students will be graded for completion of the course with a Complete or Incomplete designation.

Physical Education Outdoor 40F (1 credit)​

Prerequisite: Active Healthy Lifestyles 30F

This full-credit course is designed to help youth take greater ownership of their own physical fitness, to encourage them to seek out activities that interest them, and to engage in active lifestyles into their futures. Students will study topics related to fitness management, nutrition, sexual health, social/emotional health, and personal development.

The emphasis of this course will be on planning for safe and enjoyable participation in popular outdoor recreational pursuits. Activities will include hiking, cross country skiing, cycle touring, backpacking, snowshoeing, mountain biking and rock climbing. Other related activities will include wilderness survival techniques, backcountry cooking and camping techniques, wilderness navigation, wildlife observation and wilderness first aid.

Equipment/Supplies: For safe and effective participation, students are expected to change into appropriate outdoor, active clothing practical classes. A notebook, journal and pen will be needed for each class. Students must have access to a large volume backpack, a warm sleeping bag and a mountain bike.

Special Notes: A lab fee is charged to cover the costs of transportation, supplies, permits, etc. for field trips such as cross country skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, wilderness survival, rock climbing and wilderness navigation. ​

Physical Education Female Fitness 40F (1 credit)​

Prerequisite: Active Healthy Lifestyles 30F

This course focuses on topics, issues and concerns relevant to young women’s lives relating to personal health, wellness and fitness. Students will take part in a wide variety of activities that will help them take greater ownership of their personal physical fitness development. It will also encourage the discovery of new physical activities suited to their personal interests and promote an active, healthy lifestyle and overall personal wellness.

This course may have fees which are required to cover costs of facilities and guest instructors. The students will work towards the learning outcomes through a variety of activities which might include:

Personal Fitness Management: yoga, tai chi, cardio dance, pilates, circuit training, resistance training, power walking, low organized games, cycle fitness (spin)

Lifetime Activities: self-defense, outdoor cross training, racquet sports, wall climbing, badminton, golf, community facility awareness

Classroom Activities: mental health, personal and social development, healthy relationships, body image, nutrition

Special Notes: An activity fee of $40.00 will be charged for all students enrolled in Female Fitness to cover extra costs. ​

 
 
 
   
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