In alignment to District 300’s central mission, to ensure all students are college and career ready upon graduation, students who graduate from our schools will have experiences to enhance physical well-being in the present and the knowledge to continue a lifestyle of physical well-being for the future.
Students will be able to demonstrate basic motor skills and object control skills in a variety of small-sided games that engage and educate students on health enhancing behaviors. Focus will include but is not limited to locomotor movements, striking, kicking, throwing, catching, dribbling, volleying and fitness.
Students will be able to apply motor skills and object control skills to participate in small sided games that require students to understand gameplay rules, tactics and strategies that enhance current physical well-being and prepare students to live a lifetime of physical wellness. Focus will include but is not limited to team sports, individual sports and fitness activities that incorporate cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance and flexibility.
Students will participate in various forms of physical activity to learn and enhance individual well-being concepts that can be applied to a lifetime of wellness. As students' progress through High School they will have a choice of activities that include but is not limited to team sports, individual sports, group fitness, dance, yoga, weight training, strength and conditioning. Concepts include but are not limited to goal setting, exercise physiology and fitness principles.
Executive Coordinator for PE,
Health, and Driver's Education