Foundations of Personal Fitness (One-Half to One Credit)
The Foundations of Personal Fitness course represents a new approach in physical education and the concept of personal fitness. The basic purpose of this course is to motivate students to strive for lifetime personal fitness with an emphasis on the health-related components of physical fitness. The knowledge and skills taught in this course include teaching students about the process of becoming fit as well as achieving some degree of fitness within the class. The concept of wellness, or striving to reach optimal levels of health, is the cornerstone of this course and is exemplified by one of the course objectives--students designing their own personal fitness program.
Partner PE (One-Half to One Credit)
This course is designed to promote an inclusive educational environment for special education students. Peer assistants help PE teachers to integrate students with developmental and physical disabilities into physical education programs.
The Physical Education requirement may also be satisfied by the following courses:
Athletics JROTC 1
Marching Band (Fall Semester only)
Cheerleading (Fall Semester only)
Drill Team (Fall Semester only)