Stormy Siemion - Head Volleyball
Freshman Health (Periods 1,3,4,5,6)
Advanced Activities (Periods: 1,2,5)
Unified PE (Period 3)
Lifetime Skills (Period 4)
Freshman Health (Period 6)
Josh Miller - Head Girls Tennis
Freshman Health (Periods 1,3,4,5,6)
Kevin Morales - Head Boys Basketball
Freshman Health (Periods 1,2,4,5)
Fitness & Conditioning (0 Period)
Unified Period (Period 3)
Freshman Health (Periods 2,3)
Fitness & Conditioning (Periods 1,4,5,6)
Troy Trollope (Department Head) - Head Trainer
Fitness & Conditioning (Period 0,1,3,5)
Sports Medicine (Period 4)
Mike Falcon - Head Softball
Activities (Period 1,4)
Course Descriptions & Offerings
Freshman Health (HEE1)
Health Enhancement 1 is a two semester course which meets daily and combines the delivery of health education into one curriculum which emphasizes health, fitness, wellness and social responsibility. This course includes all of the components of a comprehensive Health Education Curriculum and those of Physical Education.
Activities is a one semester elective course offered at the freshman and sophomore year. This course was designed as an introduction to individual and team sports emphasizing sportsmanship and enhancing the concepts of working cooperatively as a group. Students will also develop goals related to personal fitness and lifelong health.
Fitness & Conditioning
Through the basic concepts of strength and cardiovascular conditioning, the students learn the importance of lifetime fitness as they assess their own fitness levels, develop personal fitness goals, and monitor their progress. This course is designed for students who want to develop personal weight/fitness goals.
This course offers students the opportunity to develop a higher level of aerobic fitness and strength necessary for competing in high school athletics. The students will learn and develop several techniques used to improve athletic skill, strength and flexibility. With the use of free weights, plyometerics, agility and cardiovascular exercises, students will enhance their basic and skill related fitness components. This course is extremely demanding with mandatory attendance, participation and effort. Proper clothing is a daily requirement.
Lifetime Skills is a one semester course for elective credit offered at the junior and senior year. The curriculum is designed to explore and expand leisure activities with a goal of developing overall health and fitness personal goals.
Advanced Activities is a one semester elective course offered at the junior and senior year. The curriculum is designed to explore and expand team and dual sports emphasizing sportsmanship and enhancing the concepts of working cooperatively as a group. Students will also develop goals related to personal fitness and lifelong health.
This course is designed to teach the student basic human anatomy, physiology and kinesiology as it relates to exercise and athletics. Students will learn basic concepts of injury prevention, recognition and rehabilitation as well as conditioning and athletic nutrition. The course is based on a lecture/discussion format and will include hands on laboratory sessions with periodic professional speakers from the field of sports medicine. This course helps prepare students to be trainers within the high school athletic programs.
Introduction to Officiating
This course is designed to teach students the basics of officiating and/or coaching sports. Students will learn basic concepts of officiating associated with learning how to become a beginning MOA official. This class will include classroom, lab and hands on sessions with active MOA officials from the community.