Physical & Health Education

 

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Level I and II courses have been developed based on five themes: Body Control, Fitness, Receiving, Propelling an Object and Striking. Activities have been grouped according to their theme focus. There is flexibility to include activities that enhance the theme-based curriculum as innovations develop (i.e. games of our cultures). Also included are outdoor educational experiences for recreation and enjoyment. To provide students with the ability to move safely and efficiently, bio-mechanical principles are integrated into all theme areas.

The department focus is not on specific activities, but the developmental needs and interests of students. Courses will promote physical fitness, wellness and skill development which will enable students to participate in lifetime physical activities.

climbingwallNOTE: District 279 requires that students take Life Fitness and one other Level I course. These two credits must be completed before Level II courses can be taken. Students are encourage to select additional Level I and II physical education courses throughout their high school career. Students should not take two activity classes at the same time. Juniors and Seniors may take a Fitness and an Activity class at the same time.

Students are required to wear appropriate attire:

  • Trunks and tops should be plain colored in one of the following colors: green, gold, black, gray or white. Logos should not be bigger than 4 square inches. Park Center sport or pride shirts may have a larger logo.
  • No caps or hats in activity classes. Caps are allowed in outdoor classes or units.
  • Sweats may be in any color combination.

Course Descriptions:

Physical and Health Education course descriptions can be found in the Registration Handbook

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School Info

Park Center Senior High: An International Baccalaureate World School
7300 Brooklyn Boulevard
Brooklyn Park MN 55443
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Activities Entrance
7501 Noble Ave N
Brooklyn Park MN 55443
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School Hours

7:30 am - 2:00 pm
Office Hours
7:00 am - 3:00 pm

Phone & Fax

School Office
763-569-7600
Attendance
Gr 9-10:   763-569-7612
Gr 11-12: 763-569-7611

General Fax 
763-569-7606

 

 

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