Physical Education/Sports


COURSE OFFERINGS


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1

Grade Level: 9 Length: 1 year

UC Requirement Fulfilled: none

Prerequisite: none

Course Description: This course focuses on learning an array of dual and individual sports and activities. Students learn basic principles and concepts of various physical activities and increase awareness of psychological and sociological concepts, principles and strategies through these activities. This class is integrated with a health curriculum.


  PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2

Grade Level: 10-12 Length: 1 year

UC Requirement Fulfilled: none

Prerequisite: PE 1

Course Description: This course is designed to increase the knowledge of high school students as it pertains to lifelong fitness, workout plans and basic knowledge of team activities, and to increase the knowledge of psychological and sociological concepts, principles and strategies through team sports and cooperation.


PE COURSE 2A

Grade Level: 10-12 Length: 1 semester or year

UC Requirement Fulfilled: none

Prerequisite: none

Course Description: This course is designed to help athletes reach athletic potential by presenting students with an extremely challenging course of weight-lifting, sprints, plyometrics and CrossFit modalities. Fitness focus is on creating a workout program to maximize an athlete’s potential, increase strength and power, and increase speed through a series of short sprints. Course objectives are to increase the athlete’s maxes in the core lifts of back squat, bench press, standing press and power clean; increase speed over 20 yards, 40 yards, 100 meters, 200 meters and 400 meters; and reduce the athlete’s times in the core CrossFit modalities.


SPORTS PE

Grade Level: 10-12 Length: 1 semester or 1 year

UC Requirement Fulfilled: None

Prerequisite: Maintain a C grade in all courses and Charter School eligibility. Passing the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and participation in 1 or more school sports.

Course Description: This course focuses on learning a variety of ways to keep physically fit during the athlete’s “off season” period. The goal of this class is to learn different methods to stay physically active and to apply those strategies in the classroom and during sport training, and to create healthy habits leading to lifelong fitness. A maximum of 20 Sports PE credits can be earned. Some qualifying SLV High School sports include

Physical Fitness Test
By law (EC Section 60800), all schools in California are required to administer the PFT annually (February/March) to all students in grades five, seven, and nine.

For students to prep for this test, we strongly suggest students incorporate these PFT activities into their daily physical education routines.

The FITNESSGRAM®is composed of the following six fitness areas, with a number of test options provided for most areas:

  1. Aerobic Capacity
  • PACER (Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run)
  • One-Mile Run
  • Walk Test (only for ages 13 or older)
  1. Abdominal Strength and Endurance
  • Curl-Up
  1. Upper Body Strength and Endurance
  • Push-Up
  • Modified Pull-Up
  • Flexed-Arm Hang
  1. Body Composition
  • Skinfold Measurements
  • Body Mass Index
  • Bioelectric Impedance Analyzer
  1. Trunk Extensor Strength and Flexibility
  • Trunk Lift
  1. Flexibility
  • Back-Saver Sit and Reach
  • Shoulder Stretch

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