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morePE Health 7/8

Description:

PE Health centers around teaching students about varied ways to promote good health throughout life. Since physical exercise is excellent preventive medicine for many health issues, participating in a wide variety of sports and activities is large part of the curriculum. A primary objective is to teach them the skills, rules, and fitness necessary for the sports so that they may enjoy them and participate in them throughout life.


Materials needed for the health component are as follows:


Composition notebook for health only


Supply of mechanical pencils AND lead refills; or a supply of lead pencils


Box of tissues for the year to be given to the teacher (optional)


For Recreation/Fitness:


Athletic Shoes


Gym clothes (We dress out for each PE class)


Syllabus:

Click here to download the PE Health 7/8 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

morePE 6

Description:

This course emphasizes teaching skills to younger students as they learn a variety of games and sports.


Materials needed for PE 6 are as follows:


For PE:


Athletic Shoes


Gym clothes (We dress out for each PE class)


Water bottle


Syllabus:

Click here to download the PE 6 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

 

moreILS

Description:

Integrated Learning Strategies, AKA Study Hall is meant to give students an opportunity to finish some or all of their homework, make up missing homework and tests and quizzes missed, as well as to give them opportunity to get help in any subject.  Furthermore, it facilitates communication between teachers and students as to their progress in school.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the ILS syllabus (PDF)

morePE/Health 7/8

Description:

PE Health centers around teaching students about varied ways to promote good health throughout life. Since physical exercise is excellent preventive medicine for many health issues, participating in a wide variety of sports and activities is large part of the curriculum. A primary objective is to teach them the skills, rules, and fitness necessary for the sports so that they may enjoy them and participate in them throughout life.


Materials needed for the health component are as follows:


Composition notebook for health only


Supply of mechanical pencils AND lead refills; or a supply of lead pencils