Physical Education I is an action packed course designed to get you up and moving while learning about the basic building blocks of fitness. This course consists of 18 weeks of physical activity, as well as curriculum that outlines important information for improving your own fitness level.
This Career and Technical course provides an overview of what it means to be a health care professional. Students will explore the topics of history and trends of medicine, professionalism, leadership skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, communication, cultural diversity, health care systems, medical math, and infection control as they relate to health care. Additionally, students will research and reflect on the compatibility of various health care professions with their personal traits and goals for the future.
This creative writing course will develop observation and reflection skills as well as develop the creative use of grammar in the writing process. Students will hone skills as they utilize a variety of technology to write for a variety of audiences, share writing with others, and give constructive feedback to peers. This is not a course to write for only yourself or to avoid communicating with a variety of peers. Students will study excellent creative writing in books of their choice.
Introduction to Statistics is a course designed to introduce the basic concepts, displays, and computations of statistical measures. Topics include: misleading statistics, appropriate displays of data, the rules of probability, normal distributions, standard deviation, z scores, and sampling of the mean. Math level is appropriate for students who have successfully completed Algebra 1 and Geometry. Basic understanding of and access to Microsoft Excel or Open Office is a requirement.