Health Class Syllabus
Physical Education 9, Physical Education 10, Leisure Skills, Strength Training, Health 9
Graduation requirements, 1 1/2 credits are required for graduation. All students are required to have Health and Physical Education 9 and Physical Education 10. Leisure Skills and Strength Training are electives.
I. Core Program Goals:
A. Alcohol, Tobacco, and other drug prevention
B. Growth and Development
C. Injury and Disease Prevention Control
D. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
The grade earned by the student will consist of class participation, test scores and assignments. Class participation requires note takeing.
-70% of your grade will come from your test scores/participation in class activities
-30% of your grade will come from homework assignments, quizzes, and notebook
II. Materials needed for class:
A. Health Textbook - Health Skills for Wellness
B. Class folder
D. Pen and Pencil
III. Expectation of students in class:
A. All students who are present in school must participate in their assigned health class
B. Temporary medical or physical limitations must be identified and validated by a doctor's signature. In such an event, the student's health class program will be adjusted according to the discretion of the supervising teacher in order for the student to meet the requirements for health credit.
IV. Student Behavior Guidelines:
Treat your classes as you would a desirable job. The instructor is a team leader and your fellow students are coworkers. Everyone must work together to complete learning objectives. These behaviors are expected of you:
A. Attend all classes on time.
B. Respect the rights of others to contribute by listening attentively. Show consideration for students, instructors, and other employees.
C. Participate appropriately and actively on topics presented in class.
D. Complete your assignments on time.
E. Ask for feedback from your instructors and peers to insure progress toward learning objectives.
F. Resolve problems by immediately discussing issues with your instructors and/or peers.
G. All health books should be covered.
Your student rights and responsibilites are detailed in the student handbook.
V. Wyas parents can help support son's/daughter's academic progress:
A. Be aware of student planner and check for assignments
B. Parents are encouraged to communicate with techers as well as their sons/daughters.
C. Parents should review handbook with students.
VI. How parents can contact teachers:
Parents may contact instructors by calling Bellbrook High School at 937-848-5001.