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Physical Education

Physical Education (6th Grade):

This semester long physical activity course is designed around developing physical fitness, wellness, and cooperative and competitive skills. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of team and individual games and sports promoting lifetime fitness. There is a strong focus on skill development and safe participation during physical activities such as soccer, volleyball, flag football, basketball, softball, racquet skills, aerobics, fitness testing, bike safety, track and field, and dance. ***

Physical Education (7th Grade):

A semester long course where students are reintroduced to a variety of activities with a focus on skill development, teamwork, sportsmanship and pursuing preferences for life-long fitness. The variety of core activities include soccer, volleyball, flag football, basketball, softball, racquet skills, aerobics, fitness testing, track and field, and dance. Skills will be developed through fitness activities, drills, lead-up games, and game play. ***

Physical Education (8th Grade):

A semester course with activities and content changes according to appropriateness of activities in Fall (1st semester) and Spring (2nd semester). Physical activities are similar to seventh grade, but motor skills are further refined and new lead-up activities are offered as it fits the eighth-grade student.

Advanced Physical Education 8:

This course of varied physical activities is offered as an elective in the junior high system. The class could be combined 8th grade  coed course. It is offered as a continuation and advancement of motor-Skill learning and acquisition of knowledge of numerous activities.

Physical Fitness (8th Grade):

This class will provide the opportunity to explore the benefits of physical activities such as weight lifting  aerobics  wall climbing  traversing  walk/run  and rollerblading. An appreciation of physical fitness and wellness  which includes muscle strength  cardio-respiratory endurance  and flexibility  encourages a positive attitude toward exercise.