Courses & Descriptions
6109 - P.E. Required (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
This course is required for all students prior to graduation. Each student will be given the opportunity to utilize the basic skills of physical education. Concepts in health and first-aid as it applies to physical education will also be covered.
9TH GRADERS ARE EXPECTED TO TAKE THIS CLASS.
6117/6118 - P.E. Elective (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
In this elective course, students will be given the opportunity to utilize the basic skills of physical education, but emphasis is placed on individual lifetime sports and recreation.
6140 - WALK-FIT (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
A physical education option if individual and team games are not of interest. The Walk Fit course is designed to help students develop a healthy lifestyle pattern by using walking as a form of physical activity. Students will walk everyday in class for the entire class period. the class will walk together as a group with the instructor setting the pace.
6150 - CARDIO-FIT (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
A physical education department option if individual and team games are not for you. This class combines cardiovascular activity with strength and body core exercise. The objectives will be focused on the components of physical fitness.
6221 - LIFE SPORTS/APPLIED P.E. (11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
This course is designed to develop a desire to remain active throughout the student's life. The objectives of the course are to encourage participation, develop a knowledge of rules, strategies, and common courtesies of the sports. This course has limited enrollment.
Prerequisite: Off campus class - transportation required. Class Fee: $38.00
6313/6314 - P.E. /FITNESS (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
The primary activities of the class will be weight training, aerobic conditioning and flexibility.
6335 - WOMEN'S FITNESS HEALTH (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester A Physical Education option designed for girls only. This class will consist of a variety of different fitness activities such as light weight training, walking for fitness, yoga and other aerobic activities. With these types of activities the students will learn how to set goals, develop a program and monitor themselves to ensure success in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Students will also examine the relationship between nutrition and health as well as examine the role of physical activity in disease prevention.
6510 - HEALTH (10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
Basic health covering wellness, nutrition, fitness, stress, suicide prevention, human sexuality, drug abuse, infectious diseases, and mental health. This course is required for all students prior to graduation. The course curriculum meets the Idaho State Standards. Students must pass the health exit exam to graduate.
Skill Sets: CPR and First Aid
6520 - FIRST AID (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
This course emphasizes advanced first aid skills, safety techniques, bandaging and CPR certification. Included are guest speakers from community health and care services.
6525 - ATHLETIC TRAINING (9,10,11,12) 1 Credit/1 Semester
Designed primarily for students interested in entering the fields of coaching, physical education or athletic training.