Sports Injury and Prevention/Physical Education
This course will provide students with the fundamental concepts of
Sports Health. Students will learn about the causes, prevention and
treatment for common injuries expereinced by the physically active person.
Students will examine the role that sports medicine plays with the increase
in popularity of recreational sports and fitness. Students will participate
in "lab" sessions to practice techniques in prevention and treatment of
sports related injuries.
Physical Education classes will include individual or group
activities throughout the term. During the term,
the FAP (Fitness Assessment Portfolio) will take place. All students are
expected to participate in this assessment.
CLASS FORMAT AND PROCEDURE:
Physical Education classes will meet on (Monday and Wednesday, and on
alternating Fridays. Health classes will meet on Tuesday and
Thursday and alternating Fridays). Students should be prepared for health
class, bringing with them their notebooks and any assignments/homework
pertaining to the class. Students will
be expected to have read the material assigned before coming to class.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROCEDURES:
MEET: Change and meet in front of the bleachers.
EQUIPMENT: Do Not Touch or use any equipment unless given permission or you
will loose points for conduct.
WHISTLE: During Physical Education class the whistle- means freeze, give
full attention, and wait for further instructions.
CLASS DISMISSAL: Physical Education students are to remain in the gymnasium
until the bell. Attendance may be taken at the end of class. If you are not
present you will be given a 0 for the day and your name will be turned in to
the office as a cut.
LOCKER ROOM: Please keep locker room, bathroom, and showers respectfully
clean. Turn showers off when finished.
LOCKS AND LOCKERS: You may bring in your own lock and leave it on the locker
for the term only. If You use a key lock please give me a copy! Please
clean out your locker at the end of the term.
CLOTHES: You must have a change of athletic attire. Including, shorts or
sweatpants, shirt, sneakers, socks and any other attire needed for your
SCHEDULE For example, Mon. PE, /Tue. Health., /Weds. PE,/ Thurs.
Health., /and Fri. alternates Health and P.E..