Course Descriptions

Health
1st Semester IHE201 or 2nd Semester IHE202
Credit Type: Health

Prerequisite: 
Sophomore standing or above, There must be a legitimate need of the student to be in an online course or they must be a self-motivated learner who is responsible for their own learning. It is recommended that the student have access to a computer with the Internet and word processing software. The student needs to have basic skill in navigating the web and e-mailing attachments.

Description: 

The main objective of this course is to present all students with up-to-date knowledge on a variety of current health issues. This will be accomplished through several different assessments to include: reading, writing, discussion, listening to guest speakers, watching videos, group presentations, and projects as well as quizzes and tests. The topics covered will be: General Health and Wellness, Personal Fitness, Nutrition, Mental/Emotional Health, Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs, Infectious/Noninfectious Diseases, Healthy Relationships, Growth and Development, Reproductive Health, Basic First Aid, and Environmental Health along with an emphasis on and tools to use in Decision Making and Refusal skills. This course is a requirement for graduation and covers the current Washington State Essential Academic Learning Requirements for Health Education.


Lifetime Fitness
1st Semester IPE201 or 2nd Semester IPE202
Credit Type: PE

Prerequisite: 

Sophomore standing or above, There must be a legitimate need of the student to be in an online course or they must be a self-motivated learner who is responsible for their own learning. It is recommended that the student have access to a computer with the Internet and word processing software. The student needs to have basic skill in navigating the web and e-mailing attachments.

Description: 

Learn about the muscular system, the skeletal system, proper nutrition, and exercise. Students taking this course must create a physical fitness activity plan and make steady progress toward the goals of that individualized plan. Monitoring of the plan is done by the student, parent, personal trainer, and instructor. You might have an additional expense of a gym membership or personal trainer. Otherwise you might be able to purchase a heart rate monitor and track your own progress.


Sports Fitness
Fall IPE, Winter IPE or Spring IPE
Credit Type: PE

Prerequisite: 

Sophomore standing or above, There must be a legitimate need of the student to be in an online course or they must be a self-motivated learner who is responsible for their own learning. It is recommended that the student have access to a computer with the Internet and word processing software. The student needs to have basic skill in navigating the web and e-mailing attachments.

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