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    Health

Department Staff

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    Travis Lombardozzi
    Brunswick High School
    Teacher Physical Education
    tlombardozzi@bcsoh.org
     
     
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    Joseph Mackey
    Brunswick High School
    Teacher Physical Education
    jmackey@bcsoh.org
     
     
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    Julie Salzman
    Brunswick High School
    Teacher Physical Education
    jsalzman@bcsoh.org
     
     
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Course Offerings

  • One unit in Health and Physical Education is required by the State ofOhio. One half of this unit must be earned in Health Education and the other half in Physical Education. One semester of Health and one semester of Physical Education will be taken in the 9th grade. The remaining semester of Physical Education will be taken during the 10th grade year.

     

    772 HEALTH EDUCATION (1 SEM. 1/2 CR.) L-2, 9

    Health Education is a required course at the ninth grade level. It is a one-semester course covering a variety of topics, including wellness, nutrition, bones and muscles, mental health, chemical dependency, tobacco, Cardio Vascular systems, first aid and CPR and sex education.

     

    700 PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXEMPTION

    A law, Senate Bill 311, permits school districts to adopt a policy which excuses some athletes, marching band members and cheerleaders from the high school physical education requirement if, during high school, the student has participated in interscholastic athletics, marching band, or cheerleading for at least two full seasons. Although students are exempt from physical education, with two full successful seasons, no credit will be issued only an exemption. Students will be required to meet the 21 credit criteria necessary for graduation

     

    709 PHYSICAL EDUCATION (1 SEM. 1/4 CR.) 9

    Students will develop knowledge of the effects of activities to conditioning as well as the relationship of activities to various aspects of health throughout life. The following activities will be offered: basketball, speedball, floor hockey, volleyball, softball, football, table tennis, badminton, and soccer.

     

    710 PHYSICAL EDUCATION (1 SEM 1/4 CR.) 10

    One semester of physical education is required for all sophomores. Students will participate in team sports such as softball, volleyball, football, basketball, table tennis and badminton. An emphasis will be placed on developing skills in activities that can be beneficial throughout life.

     

    720 AEROBICS AND FLEXIBILITY (1 SEM 1/4 CR.) 10,11,12

    This course will encompass total well-being and aide in the development of the attitude and behavior of lifetime/daily exercise. Activities will include kickboxing, step aerobics, yoga and stretching.

     

    722 ATHLETIC TRAINER (1 SEM 1/4 CR.) 10,11,12

    The athletic training course will introduce students to the six practice areas or domains of athletic training: prevention; recognition, evaluation and assessment; immediate care; treatment, rehabilitation and conditioning; organization and administration; and professional development and responsibility. Students will be expected to work with various athletic teams throughout the semester.

     

    724 LEISURE SPORTS (1 SEM 1/4 CR.) 10,11,12

    This course will encompass total well-being and aide in the development of the attitude and behavior of lifetime/daily exercise. The activities/sports included are badminton, table tennis, walking, corn hole and frisbee.

     

    726 TEAM SPORTS (1 SEM 1/4 CR.) 10,11,12

    This course will encompass total well-being and aide in the development of the attitude and behavior of lifetime/daily exercise. The activities/sports included are volleyball, basketball, football, soccer and softball.

     

    728 WEIGHT LIFTING (1 SEM 1/4 CR.) 11,12

    Students will learn proper lifting techniques. Safety and injury prevention will be major points of emphasis. Students will be required to develop and follow their own training program. There will be a classroom session meeting once a week with lectures on the following topics: goal setting, muscle anatomy and physiology, measurement and recording associated with a training program, theory and design of training programs, advanced or new lifts and techniques, functional training, core training, and nutrition and supplementation.