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Physical Education

All ninth students must be enrolled in an approved P.E. class both semesters of their ninth and tenth grade years. 20 credits of Physical Education are required for graduation. Daily cardiovascular and fitness activities promote fitness for life.

P.E. 9: The department provides diverse activities in order to develop well rounded individuals. Teaching rules, skills, techniques, and strategies of recreational and leisure time activities are included. Ninth grade students prepare daily for the California Physical Fitness Test, which is given in the spring semester.

P.E. 10: Skill development initiated in 9th grade continues throughout grade 10 P.E.

High Interest Courses: Beginning in 10th grade, students who achieved a grade of 'C' or better in 9th grade P.E. may take any of the following courses to fulfill their 10th grade P.E. graduation requirement:

Adapted P.E.: Assigned based on a student's IEP, the focus of the A.P.E. curriculum is to provide students with the skills and knowledge that are needed to maintain a physically active and healthy lifestyle.

Physical Education Instructors

Ryan Bradshaw
Weight Training
Coach: Boys Basketball

Jessica Ellis

Brett McNulty
Adaped P.E.

Garrett Pendleton
P.E. 9 & 10

Steven Schreck
Department Chair
P.E. 9

Scott Vermette
P.E. 9 & 10