The District 308 Kinetic Wellness departments strive to provide students with a comprehensive, challenging curriculum in physical education, health education and driver education which will contribute to the development and maintenance of student’s physical, cognitive and affective health and wellbeing. Through these efforts, it is our mission for students to apply the knowledge and skills they acquire to achieve lifelong fitness and wellness for themselves, their families and their communities.
Sophomore PE 10.1
9010-1 - PE 10 Individual - 0.5 credit (1 semester) GRADUATION REQUIREMENT Grade Level: 10 only Fee: None Prerequisite: Freshman Foundations This is a required 18 week course that expands upon the knowledge gained in Freshman Foundations course the previous year. Students will be introduced the following curricula; advanced fitness, teambuilding, advanced swimming (OEHS only), and Individual sports. This course will focus on advancing the students’ knowledge in relating one’s individual fitness program, and learning the basic core lifts involved in our junior/senior excel program, improving social emotional learning, swimming and lifesaving skills, and acquisition of skills and basic game knowledge of variety of individual sports. Examples of these activities include but are not limited to badminton, ping pong, tennis, disc golf, and pickle ball.
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