PE Curriculum

The Total Physical Education Experience

A physically educated person is someone who:

  • Achieves a level of proficiency/competency in a variety of motor skill activities.

  • Understands and applies principles of human movement to the learning and development of new motor skills.

  • Utilizes fitness concepts to achieve and maintain a health enhancing level of physical fitness.

  • Demonstrates responsible personal behavior and work cooperatively with others of diverse backgrounds in a physically active setting.

  • Identify, understand, and values how physical activity provides personal enjoyment, challenge, and self-expression.

  • Our curriculum strives to achieve these goals by incorporating a multifacetedapproach to learning.


  • Physical Training and Conditioning


  • Cooperative Games

  • Problem Solving Initiatives

  • Recreational Games


After-School Activities (SEE INTRAMURAL SECTION on website)

  • Baseball/Softball

  • Soccer

  • Country Running

  • Ultimate Frisbee

  • Snowshoeing

  • Ski & Snowboard Trips

  • Adventure Challenge/High Ropes Course


  • Health EducationTrack and Field

  • Personal Health

  • Benefits of ExerciseCross