• Physical Education I Semester Demonstrate competency and proficiency in at least three of the following activities: team sports, individual sports, dual sports, dance, gymnastics, aquatics, outdoor pursuits, and self- defense. Students are expected to understand concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics that apply to the learning and performance of movement. They will evaluate personal health-related physical fitness statuses and create plans for maintaining lifelong health enhancing behaviors. Strategies for developing behaviors that are re- sponsible and enhance respect of self and others and that value physical activity.

     

    Physical Education II Semester Demonstrate understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities in individual and team sports. Demonstrate the knowledge of judging, officiating, and refereeing in various activities. Understand offensive and defensive strategies.