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FPS School Committee Presentation - Mar 10, 2015

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The document scheduled for presentation to the Franklin School Committee at their meeting March 10, 2015. The presentation was scheduled earlier this year and rescheduled due to the blizzard.

FPS School Committee Presentation - Mar 10, 2015

  1. 1. Health & Physical Education Kristin Letendre Cerce Franklin High School
  2. 2. Health & Physical Education At A Glance
  3. 3. Mission ▪ Provide students with a standards‐based, comprehensive Health &  Physical Education Program that teaches students the skills necessary  to make healthy life choices and become life‐long physically active  people ▪ Curriculum focuses on the physical, mental/emotional and social  dimensions of health in order to empower students to maintain or  improve their overall well‐being through: ▪ Physical activity ▪ Health related knowledge ▪ Disease prevention ▪ Skill development ▪ Healthy decision making ▪ Building healthy relationships
  4. 4. Wellness (Physical Education) ▪ Individual, Dual & Team Sports ▪ Strength Training & Biomechanics ▪ Yoga ▪ Project Adventure ▪ Skills Emphasized in Physical  Education: – Teamwork – Collaboration – Cooperation – Communication Skills – Resiliency – Self‐Esteem – Healthy Relationship Building
  5. 5. Wellness (Health Education) Wellness 9 ▪ Mental Health – Stress & Time Management – Goal Setting & Resiliency – Mental Health Disorders – Depression & Suicide Prevention ▪ Violence Prevention – Bullying & Dating Violence ▪ Substance Abuse Prevention – Alcohol & Marijuana Wellness 10 ▪ Safety & Injury Prevention – CPR & First Aid ▪ Nutrition ▪ Substance Abuse Prevention – Illicit & Non‐Illicit Drugs ▪ Human Reproduction & Sexuality – Anatomy & Physiology – STDs & Disease Prevention – Contraceptives
  6. 6. Program Changes New Classes Since 2010 ▪ Yoga & Fitness ▪ Everyday Nutrition ▪ Kinesiology ▪ Athletic Training ▪ Team Sports ▪ Lifetime Activities ▪ Creative Dance (additional staffing  necessary) ▪ Leadership for Wellness (additional  staffing necessary) ▪ Independent Living (additional staffing  necessary) Future Course Offering Vision (additional staffing necessary) ▪ Adaptive Wellness ▪ Yoga & Fitness II ▪ Everyday Nutrition II ▪ Exercise Physiology ▪ Ethics, Violence, & Aggression in Sports ▪ Project Adventure ▪ Group Exercise
  7. 7. Speed & Strength ▪ Overview: Students are introduced to various training styles and  techniques to improve personal speed, strength, power, agility,  flexibility/mobility, endurance and balance. ▪ Projects & Assessments: – Strength and conditioning program design and application – Study &  analyze types of  workout regimes  – Body building, sport performance, power lifting, Olympic lifting,                                                             sports specific exercise plans – Journal reflections  – Fitness Testing – pre/post assessment – Personal Fitness Plans – Nutrition & Diet Analysis
  8. 8. Yoga & Fitness ▪ Overview: Students study and practice various styles of yoga by  exploring yoga postures, anatomy & physiology,                                                 health benefits, pranayama, and meditations. ▪ Projects & Assessments: – Posture analysis – Vinyasa yoga study – Yin yoga study  – Journal reflections – “Flow Fridays” – Yoga Flow Project and Peer Teaching
  9. 9. Team Sports ▪ Overview: Students participate in a variety of individual, dual and team sports with a  focus on action, teamwork, sportsmanship, communication skills and tournament play. ▪ Projects & Assessments: – Create unit plan for a team sport (research, outline of 4 days of unit, materials, objectives) and teach to  class – Journal reflections on each unit – game rules, skill development, teamwork, sportsmanship,  opportunities for students can participate outside of school – Skill Development – pre/post assessment of sports specific skills
  10. 10. Lifetime Activities ▪ Overview: Students explore life‐long sport, recreation, and leisure activities  through hands‐on experiences of sports and activities such as tennis,  basketball, Ultimate Frisbee, table tennis, and project adventure. ▪ Projects & Assessments: – Journal reflections on each unit  – Develop personal weekly fitness plan that includes: ▪ Activity, duration, frequency, intensity, type of exercise conducted (cardiovascular                                          strength, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility) 
  11. 11. Kinesiology ▪ Overview: Study of effects of physical activity on human movement ▪ Projects & Assessments: – Anatomy and Physiology as it relates to movement – Career exploration – Sports related injuries research project and presentation – Lab: Effects of aerobic and anaerobic exercise on the                                  cardiovascular system – Lab: Biomechanics of human movement through sports                                               and activity
  12. 12. Athletic Training ▪ Overview: Students are introduced to the professional of athletic training  and it’s application in athletics, industry, and physically active people ▪ Projects & Assessments: – Prehab Project & Program Development – Create prehab program (proper warm‐ups stretching, off‐season,                                                                        in‐ season, pre‐season conditioning)  – Rehab Project & Program Development – Develop a plan if someone experiences an injury in an area and steps to                                                        rebuild strength, mobility – Anatomy & Physiology as it relates to injuries of specific                                                            body areas – Labs: Taping (lower and upper extremities) – Labs: Splinting
  13. 13. Everyday Nutrition ▪ Overview: Students connect nutrition to every day life through  nutrient analysis, food studies, healthy meal planning, dietary  analysis, and by preparing foods that enhance health  ▪ Projects & Assessments: – Serving size study – Personal diet analysis – Fad diet analysis – Hydration research study, analysis, and online discussion – Nutrient and energy evaluations – Lab: Food label analysis and comparison – Lab: Sugar analysis
  14. 14. Program Highlights ▪ Science‐based health and physical education electives have deepened  student knowledge of exercise science and health‐care related fields,  giving students an “edge” when getting into college and making  future career path decisions ▪ Physical and occupational therapy ▪ Nursing ▪ Exercise science ▪ Athletic training ▪ Strength and conditioning ▪ Teaching and coaching ▪ Pre‐Med
  15. 15. Program Highlights ▪ PE electives affords students 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous  activity (60‐80% max heart rate) 3‐4 times per week  meets  American College of Sports Medicine recommendations ▪ Increased enrollment and student wait list for courses ▪ Over 200 students CPR certified each year ▪ 6,500 + hours of community service completed by freshmen and  sophomores each year ▪ Healthier US School Challenge (HUSSC) Bronze Award ‐ recognition  award for schools who have demonstrated a commitment to  excellence in both nutrition and physical education to promote a  healthier school environment for children
  16. 16. High Quality Instructors ▪ National Athletic Training Certified Instructor (ATC) ▪ Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) ▪ Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) ▪ Certified National Yoga Alliance Vinyasa & Yin Yoga Instructor ▪ MIAA Coaches Certification  ▪ All staff  members CPR and First Aid Instructor Certified
  17. 17. 560 1096 1318 1142 489 550 525 470 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 2011‐12 2012‐13 2013‐14 2014‐15 # o f Students enrolled School Year Elective Course Enrollment Requests vs Seats Available requests seats
  • SovitTirkey

    Aug. 14, 2016

The document scheduled for presentation to the Franklin School Committee at their meeting March 10, 2015. The presentation was scheduled earlier this year and rescheduled due to the blizzard.

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