Physical Education

  • Sheila MattoxJan Ramos , Maggie Phillips  and Mary Mendez (P.E. Teachers)


    Students are offered a comprehensive program that will significantly contribute to their physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being. Activities will include team and individual sports with an emphasis on physical fitness, lifetime activities, and cooperative games.

Health Education

  • Mary Mendez (Health Education Teacher)


    Health Education is a one-semester course for high school credit. It is available only to eighth-grade students and high school students. The course focuses attention on aspects of good physical and mental health. Topics include systems of the body, human development (family life, growth and development, reproduction, and heredity), safety and first aid, awareness of health problems, and the development of healthful attitudes and habits. Upon successful completion of the Health Education course, one-half credit is earned toward high school graduation requirements.