Zero-Hour PE1: Found. of Physical Activity (before school)
Foundations of Physical Activity is a course that provides opportunities for students to experience a wide variety of physical activities to promote lifelong health and wellness. Through this semester-long course, students will strive to refine various motor skills and movement patterns, increase understanding of activity strategies and concepts, and enhance physical fitness knowledge and performance. Participation in fitness and lifetime activities throughout the course will help students develop skills in teamwork, sportsmanship, and communication. This course aims to support students in developing an intrinsic connection to the importance of lifelong physical activity.
The 0-hour class will meet before the main school day begins (approx. 7:10 am).
- Recommended Grades: 9
- Course Number: PHYZ1015
- Credits: 1/2 credit
- Note: Required; The 0-hour class will meet before the main school day begins (approx. 7:10 am).; Zero-hour can NOT be taken as an additional credit above the 7 credit maximum. Students must select a resource/study hall during their day if they enroll in this class.