• Course: Physical Education I, II, III, IV,                

    Meeting Place: Gymnasium

    Instructors: Mr Roy Hinchman

     

     

     

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    This course provides opportunities for the study of skills, strategies, and developmentally appropriate activities for team and individual sports, and fitness and wellness concepts.  I expect all students to participate and put forth their best effort and anything short of these expectations will lower your grade.

     

    DRESS CODE:  

    Sneakers, STEM issued with logo shorts, sweat-pants, tee-shirts are mandatory. 

    For more specifics, please refer to the STEM Student/Parent Handbook.

     

    ABSOLUTELY NO:

    Sneakers that do not lace up (crocs or uggs, or similar style) boots or sandals, hoop earrings, bracelets, chains, necklaces or exposed jewelry, pajama pants, capri’s, jeans, hoodies, do-rags, and shirts such as tank-tops, or tee-shirts with inappropriate writing or lack of coverage.  

     

    NO CELL PHONES

     

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    Course: Family Life               

    Meeting Place: Room 111 / 123

    Instructors: Mr Roy Hinchman

     

     

     

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    This course focuses on developing skills in problem solving, interpersonal relationships, family management issues, sexual health & sexuality, and family life stages.

       

    Textbook:

    Glencoe “Health: Making Life Choices”

     

    Course Objectives:

    Students will learn the importance of forming & maintaining relationships with friends, family, and intimate partners. As relationships grow, students will learn about the stages of the family life cycle, & fetal development from conception to birth. Students will also learn about sexual health concepts, including contraception & STD prevention, and understanding sexuality.

     

     

    NO CELL PHONES

     

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    Course: First Aid / CPR               

    Meeting Place: Cafeteria

    Instructors: Mr Roy Hinchman

     

     

     

    Course Description:

    This course focuses on material developed by the American Red Cross that will provide students with the knowledge to demonstrate proper technique and skill when aiding in an emergency.

    Course Objectives:

    The American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED program helps participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. The courses in this program teach skills that participants need to know to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. 

     

    Resources/Textbooks:

    The following textbooks will NOT be distributed individually, instead they will be used as resources in class for instruction:

    • American Red Cross Community First Aid

    • American Red Cross First Aid: Responding to Emergencies

    • American Red Cross Standard First Aid

     

     

     

    NO CELL PHONES