• Health / Physical Education

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSE #50000
    GRADE: 9-12 CREDITS: 0.5
    LENGTH: 40 WEEKS (alternate days) PREREQUISITE: NONE
    Required for Graduation
    All students attending Royalton-Hartland Schools are required to participate in Physical Education and receive a passing grade. Physical Education is a State required course of study. Each student will receive 1/2 credit for each year of successful completion of Physical Education for a four-year total of two credits. This credit must be earned to complete equirements for graduation. Emphasis is placed upon a program of sequential instruction which is directed toward the student's individual needs and which covers a wide range of activities such as basic athletic skills, self-testing activities, lifetime sports, physical fitness, and team sports activities. Students are required to dress in appropriate P.E. clothing. A student who is physically unable to attend classes must secure a written excuse from a physician. The school nurse or physical education instructor may issue temporary excuses which do not exceed two weeks. Grading is based upon participation, preparedness, ability, effort, and a written skills test.


    HEALTH COURSE #50003
    GRADE: 9-12 CREDITS: 0.5
    LENGTH: 40 WEEKS (alternate days) PREREQUISITE: NONE
    Required for Graduation
    The Senior High School Health course consists of ten modules dedicated to developing a mentally and physically well- rounded individual. This course is recommended for students entering their freshman year of high school. The modules attempt to address the contemporary problems that confront teenagers of today and are as follows: health is basic; being physically fit, locating health resources, promoting health in families, handling stress, improving health and safety in the workplace and preventing injuries, protecting oneself and others, eating well, preventing disease and understanding sexuality.