Sutherland Secondary
North Vancouver School District
Physical Education
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 8                                                                                                                   (MPE--08)
Physical Education classes emphasize the acquisition and development of new skills which are applied to a wide variety of team and individual sports.  Our objective is to develop and maintain leadership and positive attitudes towards participating in physical activities and a healthy lifestyle.  Evaluation is ongoing and students will receive feedback at the end of each structured unit (ten teaching periods).  Some of the units offered will be basketball, volleyball, softball, badminton, tennis, rugby, flag football, soccer, indoor minor games, and dance.
Supplementary Fee:  $10.00
 
 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 9                                                                                  (MPE--09)
The objectives of the Physical Education 9 curriculum are to develop within each student an awareness of, and familiarity with fitness development, team and individual sports activities. Students will participate in activities that include Active Living, which benefits a healthy life style, Movement, which includes the activities that the students will be involved in, and Personal and Social Responsibility which apply rules, routines, procedures and safety to a variety of activities. Evaluation is based on the students’ ability to show an understanding of knowledge and a display of skills, participation and attitudes during each section of the course.                                                                                 
Prerequisite: MPE--08
Supplementary Fee:  $10.00                                                               
 
 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 10                       (4 credits)                                         (MPE--10)
The objectives of the Physical Education 10 curriculum are to give each student an ongoing awareness of, and appreciation for, the benefits of physical activity.  The students will participate in activities that include Active Living which benefits a healthy life style, Movement which includes the activities that the student will be involved in, and Personal and Social Responsibility which apply rules, routines, procedures and safety to a variety of activities. Evaluation will be based on testing of knowledge about the activity, demonstration of skill acquisition and participation within the section of the course.  Students will also receive St. John’s First Aid Certification provided they meet the requirements.                                 
Supplementary Fee:  $15.00                                                                           
Prerequisite: MPE--09
                                                                                                                                                           
 
Some of the Movement opportunities offered in the Physical Education 8 – 10 classes will be basketball, volleyball, softball, badminton, tennis, rugby, flag football, soccer, indoor minor games, dance, track and field, lacrosse, and floor hockey.
 
 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 11 ACTIVITY   (4 credits)                                         (MPE--11)
The Physical Education 11 course will emphasize exploration of recreational opportunities in the community, team and individual sports, fitness activities, as well as a leadership component.  A minimum of five service hours of school service will be expected of each student.  Physical Education 11 is an applied skills course that can be used for credits for graduation.
Supplementary Fee:  $30.00                                                                            
Prerequisite:  MPE--10
 
  
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 12 ACTIVITY   (4 credits)                                             (MPE--12)
Physical Education 12 activity is an elective course that provides 4 credits towards graduation.  The focus of the course will be participation in lifetime activities and team and individual sports.  Students will also be required to complete 5 hours of school and community service.   
Supplementary Fee:  $30.00                                                                            
Prerequisite: MPE--10                                                                                             
                                                                       
PE 11/12 FITNESS AND CONDITIONING (4 credits)                                             (YHRA-1A)
                                                                                                                                     (YHRA-2A)
This course moves beyond the basic fitness programs undertaken in PE 8 through PE 10, and will progress towards more sport specific or personally relevant fitness programs.  As students progress through their programs, they will learn how to develop their own fitness programs.  They will learn a variety of speed and endurance techniques and more advanced lifting techniques.  Students will learn about basic nutrition as well as the danger of steroid and/or supplement abuse.                                                                                       
Prerequisite:  MPE--10
Supplementary Fee:  $15.00                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
 
 
 PE 11/12 LEADERSHIP                
 (4Credits)      (YHRA1B)                                                                                                                                      
 (YHRA-2B) This is a school wide community leadership course which will allow you to participate and organize various activities throughout the North Vancouver School District Community. This course has been developed to encourage students to develop their leadership and interpersonal skills.  Students will work together with education professionals developing leadership skills in their schools, school districts and/or community.  Leadership opportunities will be made available through various curricula and extracurricular programs and activities.
 
Students will take on leadership roles in the following areas:
 
  1. Coaching – high school and elementary teams
  2. Teaching Assistant – assist in the delivery of course curriculum to both elementary and junior high school students
  3. Community – organize and execute selected events in both the school and surrounding communities for local events.
 
Note:  Enrollment in the course is through application, please see Mr. Huzar.