Health and Physical Education Department







Physical Education Department Faculty
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Joanna Hall
Rick Kelley


Course Descriptions
Course Course Number Grade Level Academic Level MMSK PFAK PSSK
Physical Education 1* HPE2701 9-12 x x
Physical Education 2* HPE2702 9-12 x x
Strength and Conditioning HPE2707 10-12 E x
Racket and Net Sports HPE2708 10-12 E x x
Team Sports and Cooperative Activities* HPE2709 10-12 E x x
Advanced Personal Fitness HPE2710 10-12 E x

*denotes semester course and 0.50 credit

Graduation Standards:
MMSK - Movement & Motor Skills
PFAK - Physical Fitness / Activities & Knowledge
PSSK - Personal & Social Skills & Knowledge


Physical Education Courses

Physical Education I Prerequisite: None
Course Number: HPE2701 Credit: 0.5

Physical Education I is a 1/2 credit course required for graduation. The focus of the physical education program is overall wellness and lifetime fitness. Students will be challenged to develop their health-related fitness, physical competence, cognitive understanding, and positive attitudes about physical activity. Daily conditioning activities will lead to improved levels of cardio-respiratory fitness, muscular fitness, and flexibility. Students will engage in a variety of physical activities, which may include: Fitness Testing, Frisbee, soccer, ropes course, volleyball, badminton, pickle ball, and dance. The following standards will be covered in this class: Movement & Motor Skills; Personal & Social Skills & Knowledge.

Physical Education I Syllabus

Physical Education II Prerequisite: Physical Education I
Course Number: HPE2702 Credit: 0.5

Physical Education II is a 1 semester 1/2 credit course required for graduation. The focus of the physical education program is overall wellness and lifetime fitness. Students will continue to develop their health-related fitness, physical competence, cognitive understanding and positive attitudes about physical activity. A variety of activities will be offered including units on strength and conditioning, individual/lifetime activities, and team sports. As with all physical education classes, daily-conditioning activities will lead to improved levels of cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular fitness, and flexibility. The following standards will be covered in this class: Physical Fitness / Activities & Knowledge; Personal & Social Skills & Knowledge.

Physical Education 2 Syllabus

Strength and Conditioning Prerequisite: Physical Education I & II
Course Number: HPE2707 Credit: 0.5

This 1 semester course is for the student who is motivated and committed to developing and maintaining a high level of physical fitness. Students will develop personal fitness goals, and design and follow a written personal fitness plan. This class will be based in the Oceanside High School fitness center. The following standard will be covered in this class: Physical Fitness / Activities & Knowledge.



Racket/Net Sports Prerequisite: Physical Education I & II
Course Number: HPE2708 Credit: 0.5

This class is for the student who wishes to advance his or her skills in the lifetime activities of tennis, badminton, volleyball, and pickle ball. Students will be assessed through skill tests and written tests. The following standards will be covered in this class: Movement & Motor Skills; Personal & Social Skills & Knowledge.

Racket and Net Sports Syllabus

Team Sports and Cooperative Activities Prerequisite: Physical Education I & II
Course Number: HPE2709 Credit: 0.5

Team Sports and Cooperative Activities is for the student who wishes to advance his or her skills in a variety of team sports and cooperative games. Activities may include soccer, floor hockey, “ultimate” games, lacrosse, basketball, volleyball, and softball. Students will be required to be a team leader at least once during the semester. This opportunity to develop leadership skills includes designing and running team practice sessions, and coaching their team in a unit tournament. The following standards will be covered in this class: Movement & Motor Skills; Personal & Social Skills & Knowledge.

Team Sports and Cooperative Activities Syllabus

Advanced Personal Fitness Prerequisite: Physical Education I & II
Course Number: HPE2710 Credit: 0.5

This class will combine personal fitness with anatomy, exercise physiology, kinesiology, and biomechanical principles of human movement. Advanced Personal Fitness will meet in the classroom and the Oceanside High School fitness center. Students will keep a binder including class notes, handouts, and assignments. The following standard will be covered in this class: Physical Fitness / Activities & Knowledge.


Health Department Faculty
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Joanna Hall
Marcia Steenstra


Course Descriptions
Course Course Number Grade Level Academic Level HC HI & P P/RR IH CS, DM, & A
Health HPE2714 9-12 x x x x x
Health 2* HPE2705 10-12 x x x x x
First Aid & Safety* HPE2703 10-12 x x

*denotes semester course and 0.50 credit

Graduation Standards:
HC - Health Concepts
HI / P - Health Information & Products
P & RR - Promotion and Risk Reduction
IH - Influences on Health
CS, DM, A - Communication Skills, Decision Making, and Advocacy


Health Courses


Health Prerequisite: None
Course Number: HPE2714 Credit: 1

Health will investigate health issues that impact the lives of teens now and in their future. Understanding what influences one’s decisions and developing the skills necessary to accept the responsibilities and consequences of those decisions, will be the focus of this course. Students will learn how to determine the validity of health resources including the Internet. Understanding the interrelatedness of the six components of wellness is essential to the total health of an individual. Students will be challenged and encouraged to participate in discussions, to write, and will be assessed on their cognitive knowledge of health issues. Topics may include Stress Management, Mental / Emotional Health including Suicide Prevention, Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Awareness, Relationship Development, Nutritional Health and Physical Activity as they relate to Cardiovascular Health, and CPR. This course covers the following standards: Health Concepts; Health Information & Products; Promotion and Risk Reduction; Influences on Health; Communication Skills, Decision Making, and Advocacy.

Health 1 Syllabus

Health 2 Prerequisite: Health 1 - Semester Course
Course Number: HPE2705 Credit: 0.5

Health II will continue presenting topics necessary in the Health curriculum to meet the core requirements necessary for graduation. Material will be presented in a format that promotes an open discussion and exchange of ideas that further benefit each student and their prospective view on Health issues which provide help to teenagers with choices and consequences. Topics include Violence Prevention, Body Functions, including Skeletal and Muscular Systems, Comprehensive Sexual Education, Communicable Diseases, HIV/AIDS/STI’S, Injury Prevention and Basic First Aid. This course covers the following standards: Health Concepts; Health Information & Products; Promotion and Risk Reduction; Influences on Health; Communication Skills, Decision Making, and Advocacy.

Health II Syllabus

First Aid and Safety Prerequisite: None
Course Number: HPE2703 Credit: 0.5

Students in First Aid and Safety study the techniques of emergency first aid, CPR, and accident prevention. Opportunity exists for all students to earn American Heart Association CPR and First Aid certification. This course is not meant for students who have taken the C.N.A. or E.M.T. course. Pre-requisite: Health I & II. This course covers the following standards: Health Information & Products; Promotion and Risk Reduction.

First Aid and Safety Syllabus
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