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Physical Education Department 

 

​Mr. Cooke

StaceyCooke@usd475.org

​Mr. Craig​Aaroncraig@usd475.org
​Mr. Laster

RobertLaster@usd475.org

​Mr. Martino​brandonmartino@usd475.org
​Mr. Zimmerman​ (Dept Leader)

RandallZimmerman@usd475.org

 

 Physical Ed. Classes

Physical Education students will be limited to one elective PE class per day

Physical Dimensions             

Semester──Grades: 9-12──Credit: ½

Prerequisite: None

This coed course is primarily for 9th and 10th grade students and is designed to provide young adults with the knowledge and skills needed to engage in a physically active, healthy lifestyle throughout life.  This course addresses the lack of physical activity among young adults and instills in students the concept that living life actively and dynamically is vital to a healthy lifestyle. 

Beginning Athletic Strength and Conditioning

Semester──Grades: 9──Credit: ½

Prerequisite: None

This class is designed for the beginning athlete serious about enhancing their physical abilities. Emphasis is on strength, power, quickness, speed, flexibility, and speed endurance development.  Resistance work in the weight room, agility drills, and speed enhancement drills will be used.  This class may be repeated with a completion of a "B" or above and/or Instructors permission. One class per semester.

Athletic Strength and Conditioning

Semester──Grades: 9-12──Credit: ½

Prerequisite: Instructor's permission

This class is designed for the athlete serious about enhancing their physical abilities. Emphasis is on strength, power, quickness, speed, flexibility, and speed

endurance development. Resistance work in the weight room, agility drills, and speed enhancement drills will be used.  This class may be repeated with a completion of a "B" or above and/or Instructors permission. One class per semester.

Advanced Athletic Strength and Conditioning

Semester──Grades: 9-12──Credit: ½

Prerequisite: Instructor's permission; Participation in at least one high school sport

This class is designed for the athlete most serious about enhancing their physical abilities. Major emphasis is on speed and agility development.   This is accomplished through strength and power resistance work in the weight room, advanced agility drills, advanced upper and lower body plyometrics and speed enhancement drills will be used. This class may be repeated with a completion of a "B" or above or Instructors permission. One class per semester.

Recreational Strength and Conditioning

Semester──Grades: 10-12──Credit: ½

Prerequisite: None   

This coed class is designed for the student interested in strength and conditioning as a life time activity.  It is an introduction of the basic techniques of resistance training.  Strength, power, flexibility, and endurance development will be emphasized in this class.  This class may be repeated with a passing grade of a C or better. One class per semester.

Aerobic Fitness

Semester──Grades: 10-12──Credit: ½

Prerequisite: Physical Dimensions

In this coed class, students participate in lifetime exercises activities.  Activities will include, but are not limited to, aerobics, orienteering, nutrition, pilates, yoga, etc.  This class may be repeated with a passing grade.  One class per semester.

Individual/Dual/Team Sports

Semester──Grades: 10-12──Credit: ½

Prerequisite: Physical Dimensions

In this coed class students will participate and learn about individual, dual and team sports such as bowling, badminton, tennis, golf, basketball, volleyball, softball, flag football and other gym games.  Class activities will also include Aerobic activity, ie. running, rope jumping, circuit training and dynamic movements.  Students can enroll in one class per school year.

 

  
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