Personal fitness is the primary focus of PE 10. Using state-of-the-art equipment such as heart rate monitors, cardio-fitness machines, and the weight room students will learn about their personal fitness. A variety of activities are integrated into the course, including canoeing, competitive and recreational sports.

This class is a co-ed course for both athletes and non-athletes. The course includes instruction in basic principles of strength training and conditioning for personal fitness and development. Students will be provided quality workout opportunity based on the strength training principles taught. Topics which may be explored include systematic weight training programs, plyometric (explosion) training, speed & agility training, physiology of exercise, and other training methods. Students must be prepared to work towards a healthy lifestyle using the strength training and conditioning principles taught in the course. Tests and measurements of fitness, strength,and conditioning, as a means of evaluating progress will be part of this course.

This class will provide a fitness club experience during the school day that incorporates the five components of health related fitness. Students will learn to evaluate fitness while toning muscles, strengthening core and developing a healthy and stress reducing lifestyle. Activities may include body pump, boxing, yoga, Pilates, kettle balls, relaxation techniques, cross- training activities, use of the fitness lab, and more.

The emphasis in this class is on individual fitness through a wide variety of strength training, speed training, agility training, and explosive training activities. This course is geared for both male and female out-of-season athletes looking for a sport specific conditioning program. This course can also serve in-season athletes who cannot stay after practices to maintain their strength and cardio-vascular endurance. Appropriate individualized high school or college fitness / training programs may be used.

This course prepares entry-level lifeguard candidates with the skills and knowledge to prevent, recognize, and respond to water emergencies and to provide care for injuries and sudden illness. On successful completion of the course, participants may receive the following American Red Cross certifications*: Lifeguarding and First Aid, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. These certifications will permit students to seek employment as a lifeguard.

*There is a $35.00 fee for this class. The fee is for registering with the American Red Cross, processing and administration associated with this certificate course.

This is an expedition course for those who are interested in outdoor experiences with an emphasis on personal challenge and healthy risk taking.

This program offers participation in a variety of team sports with the emphasis on team play and tournaments. Activities offered include, football, soccer, softball, Ultimate Frisbee, lacrosse, and basketball, basketball, volleyball, team handball, floor hockey, table tennis, and badminton. The intent of this high physically activity class is to provide students with an opportunity to participate in a wide variety of team activities in an organized setting.

Students will be challenged to experience a variety of dance forms including hip-hop, swing, tango, waltz, modern dance, and various cultural and ethnic styles. Students will learn set choreography, create their own short pieces, and participate in informal live performances.

This shell houses standard Moodle Blocks and images.

This course will provide indoor and outdoor winter recreational activities. Embrace the Minnesota winter and enjoy the many traditions that snow and ice bring to our state. Activities may include climbing, broomball, boot/floor hockey, canoe sledding, snow shoeing, quinzhee building (snow forts), outdoor cooking, initiative tasks, low ropes, ice fishing and other seasonal activities.