Physical Education I, II, III

Physical Education I, II, III


This course is designed to give students the opportunity to learn fitness and conditioning techniques used for obtaining optimal physical fitness. Students will learn the basic fundamentals of overall fitness training and conditioning. This course includes both lecture on the history and rules of specific sports and activity sessions. The HEALTH portion of the class will cover the following topics: human ecology and health, human growth and development, the emotional, psychological, physiological, hygienic, social responsibilities of family life including sexual abstinence until marriage and evidence-based and medically accurate information regarding sexual abstinence; prevention and control of diseases including instruction on the prevention, transmission, and spread of AIDS; public and environmental health, consumer health, safety education and disaster survival; alcohol/drug use, and abuse including the medical and legal ramification of alcohol, drug, and tobacco use; abuse during pregnancy; tobacco, nutrition, and dental health; and cancer, including signs and symptoms, risk factors, the importance of early prevention and detection, and information on where to go for help. The course will also provide course material and instruction to advise pupils of the Abandoned Newborn Infant Protection Act.

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