Classes and Schedule

Class Schedule

1st Hour - Physical Education

2nd Hour - Physical Education

3rd Hour - Physical Education

4th Hour - Planning Period

5th Hour - Geography

6th Hour - Sociology/Psychology

7th Hour - Geography

Physical Education is primarily based on various seasonal physical activities. Units involved are such games and activities as badminton, volleyball, softball, golf, tennis, bowling, basketball, soccer, etc. The course is developed around the activity needs of the non-athlete student. It is intended that the student will improve his/her physical abilities in the various activities and student evaluation will be based on individual improvement and participation in these activities, as well as the ability to get along with other students involved. Health will be offered during the third nine weeks and will cover such topics as nutrition, diet, exercise, alcohol, drugs and first aid.

In geography students will study the physical features of the earth and its atmosphere, human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources, land use, and industries.

Sociology introduces the student to the field of study involving the growth of the human society, together with an examination of the development of cultures. Identifying social phenomena occurring in the surrounding societies and interpreting the effect of social events in the world are outcomes of this course.

Psychology introduces the student to the field of study of human behavior, growth and intellectual development. Understanding the human personality, the mind and thought process, the basics needed for positive mental health, and the problems arising from mental illness are the outcomes of this course.