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41. School Of Health, Exercise Science And Athletics - Health Education Minor
center featuring cardio theatre, aerobics room, cardio Further Information SheilaMiech school of Health, Exercise Science and athletics University of
Health Education Minor
Course of Study
According to the National Education Association, Health Education is defined as "the process of providing learning experience which favorably influences understanding, attitudes, and behavior relating to individual and community health." Health is dynamic and multi-dimensional. The Health, Exercise Science and Athletics staff views health education from seven dimensions, aptly described in the SPECIES model: Social, Physical, Emotional, Career, Intelligence, Environmental, and Spiritual. Health Education attempts to heighten awareness by focusing on attitudes and behaviors of individual, assisting them in making informed decisions regarding prevention, behavior change issues and problem solving.
Curriculum Overview
The minor focuses on:
  • Classroom teaching methods
  • Curriculum for health education
  • Death, dying and aging
  • Drug education
  • Environmental and consumer health
  • Human growth and development
  • Mental and emotional health
  • Nutrition and exercise
  • Responsible sexuality
Benefits of UWSP Job opportunities are excellent because Health Education is required for graduation in our Wisconsin Public Schools.

42. National Cathedral School For Girls
unless approved by the Director of athletics and Physical The Afterschool Non-Competitivecourse offerings include 1st Quarter aerobics/Tae Bo, Dance, Running School.htm
Physical Education : Upper School The NCS Physical Education Department has as its stated objectives the promotion of the physical, mental and social growth of its students through the enjoyment of varied activities which encourage a sense of fair play, the development of muscular strength and motor skills. The Physical Education Program seeks:
  • to create opportunities to develop loyalty, responsibility, cooperation, self-confidence, sociability, initiative, self-direction and a sense of belonging to develop body awareness so that activities become controlled and enjoyable to provide, through activity, a healthy release for emotional and physical tension to develop sufficient strength, coordination and endurance to perform daily tasks successfully and to be prepared to meet stressful situations to awaken a long-term interest in recreative and perhaps competitive activities and body conditioning.
Students must take a full year of Physical Education in grades 9-11 and one quarter/season in grade 12. A junior who has received a passing grade in all previous Physical Education courses may elect to take only three quarters of Physical Education in grade 11, but she will then be required to take two quarters in grade 12. The Physical Education requirement must be completed by the end of the third quarter in grade 12 unless approved by the Director of Athletics and Physical Education . Students are required to attend at least 75% of the total classes for the quarter in order to receive a passing grade.

43. Nobles Athletics
Interscholastic athletics Participation on the third and fourth teams are open toMiddle school students only aerobics (Open to Classes IIII, Winter, limit 20

Philosophy Statement
Facilities Department Members League Affiliation ... Interscholastic Offerings Nobles - Athletics DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT The Noble and Greenough Athletic Program promotes the School's community principles of honesty and respect for self and others while working to realize individual and group potential. Excellence in athletics depends upon sportsmanship, hard work, self-discipline, humility, pride, and commitment to the team experience. The Program attempts to instill in each student an awareness of and appreciation for the importance of lifetime health and wellness and to involve the full community as both participants and supporters of the Athletic Program. Nobles remains committed to placing the good of the team and the School above individual achievement. To reach these goals, Nobles is committed to the teacher/coach model and to a program which is developmentally appropriate to the range of abilities and experiences of the student body. ISL SPORTSMANSHIP CREED The ISL is proud of the behavior and sportsmanship displayed by its players, coaches, and fans. We value spirited and fair play as well as positive support for our players and teams. In order to ensure that our expected level of decorum continues each season and each game, we ask that all members of the ISL community continually renew their efforts to abide by the ideals of our league.

44. Instructors & Coaches, Sports
The sports they teach range from karate and tennis to swimming and aerobics. Thosewho coach school athletics but also teach in that school are included in the
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Wage Sports instructors and coaches teach a wide variety of sports activities to individuals or groups at private or public recreational facilities or schools. The sports they teach range from karate and tennis to swimming and aerobics. Those who coach school athletics but also teach in that school are included in the appropriate teacher category in the South Dakota Occupational Outlook Handbook Sports instructors and coaches explain and demonstrate the use of sports apparatus and equipment. They also explain and demonstrate the principles, techniques and methods of regulating movement of the body, hands or feet to achieve proficiency in activity. Instructors and coaches also observe class participants or players while they are performing to detect and correct mistakes, and explain and enforce safety rules and regulations of the sport. Sports instructors may also lecture on the history and purpose of sports. Those who coach such athletics as basketball or wrestling at a post-high school level are also involved recruiting players and arranging for athletic scholarships for students. Also included in this occupation are those workers titled aerobics instructors Workplace Examples State Government Education
establishments, concession stands, tourist attractions, etc.)

45. Herkimer Athletics-HCCC
a number of various activities, including stepaerobics, yoga, dance host for a varietyof high school, club, and 350 acres of land, Herkimer athletics is able
Herkimer County Community College
Athletic Facilities PE BUILDING Fitness Center
Opened in the Fall of 1999, the Fitness Center provides a state-of-the-art fitness facility for faculty, staff, students and community members. The Center is equipped with cardiovascular equipment, dumbbells, and Lifefitness circuit training machines. Under the supervision of professional staff members, the Center is open Monday through Sunday during the school year. Aerobics Room
Recreation Gym
The Rec gym provides students with a venue to shoot baskets, play volleyball, or participate in other indoor activities throughout the day. The home for HCCC Intramurals, the Rec. gym is open to students 7 days a week. Athletic Training Room
Cristman Pool
Varsity Gym
Home to Generals Basketball and Volleyball, the Varsity Gym serves as a hub for numerous campus activities. With a seating capacity of over 1750, the Varsity Gym has served as host for a variety of high school, club, and college events. Varsity Weight Room
Located in the basement of the PE Building, the Varsity Weight Room provides students with a venue for free weight training vs. the circuit training of the Fitness Center. Opened in the Fall of 2002, the Varsity Weight Room includes a squat rack, bench press, lat machine, incline bench, shoulder rack, various leg machines and dumbbells.

46. The Williston Northampton School - State-of-the-Art Facilities For Athletics
The Middle school. Stateof-the-Art Facilities for athletics. basketball courts, asix-lane pool with diving well, room for wrestling and aerobics, five squash

47. Athletics And Recreation - Graduate Programs - School Of Engineering - Santa Cla
athletics and Recreation. of the top athletic programs for a school of its Lifetimeclasses include instruction in aerobics, kickboxing, swimming, weight and
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    Santa Clara University
    Athletics and Recreation
    The University maintains a well-balanced program of intercollegiate and recreational sports and is a Division I member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the West Coast Conference (WCC). Informal recreation offers unstructured use of facilities for weight training, cardiovascular conditioning, lap swimming, and gym sports. The Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center offers a 9,500-square-foot weight training and cardiovascular exercise room and houses all recreation, intramurals, lifetime fitness, and club sport programs. The renovated Leavey Center features a new roof surrounded by spectacular 23-foot glass walls, a new floor, new bleachers, and a new suspended scoreboard. The newly designed Santa Clara University Tennis Center features nine lighted championship courts with seating for 750 spectators. Rounding out the other athletic facilities are 12 acres of intramural athletic fields, and the baseball and soccer complex of Buck Shaw Stadium. Other Bulletins

48. Don Valley Stadium - Regular Events
Tone Zone 7.00pm - 8.00pm Low impact aerobics with a challenging muscle workout,particularly good for toning problem areas. Graduate school athletics.

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Regular Events at Don Valley
Don Valley Stadium Fitness Classes Programme
Don Valley offers you a new fitness timetable
starting as from the 27th of January 2003.
MONDAY Fitz Blitz 6.00pm - 7.00 pm
All over body toning.
Improve your relaxation techniques while stretching.
Martial Arts Class - not included in Fitness Unlimited membership. Body Blast -
High impact toning using weights etc Fitball Low impact class using flexi-ball WEDNESDAY Hi-Lo Areobics - High and low intensity aerobic movements for all levels of fitness for toning lower and upper body. Kundalini Yoga Dynamic Yoga for all abilities Mix it up with 20 minutes of step, aerobics and body tone or 30 minutes muscling conditioning for the ultimate toning session. THURSDAY Circuit training - A series of excersise stations allowing you to work at your own pace. FRIDAY Karate Martial Arts Class - not included in Fitness Unlimited membership. Tai-Chi Non-contact martial arts, the ultimate way to relax

49. Taradale Intermedaite School -
aerobics. Standards day. InterIntermediate Shield. Top. Soccer. Rugby. Basketball. Swimming. Volleyball. Cross country. athletics. Out of school
Japan trip 2002 Our web challenge 2002 Our School Our News Our Pupils Our Life Home Taradale R.T.L.B. Optimist yachting email our school Search the web Our location Our Life Sports Inter-Intermediate Shield Out of school activities Specialist ... Our school and area Sports Top Soccer Rugby Netball ... Standards day Inter-Intermediate Shield Top Soccer Rugby Netball ... Athletics Out of school activities Top Year 8 camps Year 7 activity week Room 12 camp ... Room 24 camp Languages Top Maori French Japanese ... Spanish Specialist Top Video Science Art ... Webteam Year 7 stuff Top The chilli shield Activity week Safe cycling Year 8 stuff Top D.A.R.E. The toilet seat Science fair Cool stuff Top Arts hour Sticky T.V.

50. EHS: Athletics
aerobics. fans shall represent themselves, their teams, and their school with pride Theprimary purpose of interscholastic athletics is to promote the physical
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Athletics Brochure
Episcopal High School is dedicated to the student’s pursuit of excellence and to the joy of learning and self-discovery in a caring and supportive community. Episcopal believes that physical exercise and conditioning are very important to the health of every teenage boy or girl and that habits and routines of exercise begun at a young age are important to lifelong health. In addition to exercise for the sake of health, EHS is also committed to the values taught by athletic competition. The values of sportsmanship, self-discipline, and perseverance are often learned through interscholastic sports. Most importantly, Episcopal’s athletic teams provide an opportunity for students from diverse backgrounds to learn the value of teamwork, cooperation, and mutual respect. 42 teams in 15 sports varsity, junior varsity, and junior levels
Interstate Athletic Conference (IAC) for boys' sports
Independent School League (ISL) for girls' sports

51. Pomfret School
aerobics (offered fall and winter – subject to space and games are considered regularschool appointments. may petition the Director of athletics through his
Baseball - JV Boys Baseball - Varsity Boys Basketball - JV Boys Basketball - JV Girls Basketball - Thirds Boys Basketball - Varsity Boys Basketball - Varsity Girls Crew - Varsity Boys Crew - Varsity Girls Crew-JV Boys Crew-JV Girls Cross Country - JV Boys Cross Country - Varsity Boys Cross Country - Varsity Girls Field Hockey - JV Girls Field Hockey - Varsity Girls Football - JV Boys Football - Varsity Boys Golf - Varsity Boys Ice Hockey - JV Boys Ice Hockey - JV Girls Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls Lacrosse - Boys III Lacrosse - JV Boys Lacrosse - JV Girls Lacrosse - Varsity Boys Lacrosse - Varsity Girls Soccer - Fourths Boys Soccer - JV Boys Soccer - JV Girls Soccer - Thirds Boys Soccer - Varsity Boys Soccer - Varsity Girls Softball - Varsity Girls Squash - JV Boys Squash - JV Girls Squash - Varsity Boys Squash - Varsity Girls Tennis - JV Boys Tennis - JV Girls Tennis - Varsity Boys Tennis - Varsity Girls Wrestling - JV Wrestling - Varsity
Our Athletic Philosophy
Athletic Director: Bruce Paro office: 860-963-6135 It is our strong conviction that the athletic experience at Pomfret is not extracurricular but curricular. We require each student to participate in the athletic experience every season, at a level commensurate with his or her ability.

52. Athletics
MONTVILLE HIGH school athletics Any questions should be directed to Mr. Walter Sherwin,860.848.9208 , Athletic Director of Montville High school. aerobics,
MONTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS The following sports are offered to students at Montville High School. The student may participate in only one sport per season. The athletic staff does not encourage students to participate in a high school sport and an outside sport at the same time. Any questions should be directed to Mr. Walter Sherwin , 860.848.9208 , Athletic Director of Montville High School. MHS Boosters Page FALL Coaches Football Varsity :Walt Sherwin
Junior Varsity: Mike Marelli and Jim Cook
Freshman: Alex Rousseau Cross Country (M, W) Tim Egan Soccer ( M W Varsity Boy's: Chris Podeszwa
Junior Varsity Boy's: Chad Brown
Junior Varsity Girls: Jack Greenwood
Volleyball (W) Shirley Krakow Cheerleading Varsity: Miriam Herring
Junior Varsity: Amy Niskanen WINTER Basketball (M, W) Wrestling Indoor Track (M, W) Cheerleading SPRING Track (M, W) Golf Tennis (M, W) Softball (W) Baseball INTRAMURALS Aerobics Basketball Vollyball Weight Training Main Departments Administration Student Activities Athletics Alumni Resources Web Development Team

53. Leisure Now - Adult Athletics
Join us for some high energy dance aerobics three days a week! and Friday 600pm 700pm $40.00/ per guest per month Kissimmee's Denn John Middle school Gym.
Did You Know? Quiet time is important. Try and find five minutes a day without interruption to give your body and mind a much deserved break.
Adult Basketball 3 on 3 Program
A little three on three game for some exercise? Get in shape for our winter 5 on 5 leagues. Trophies for 1st through 3rd place, call your own fouls fast paced basketball league on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Registration will be held Monday through Friday, 8:00 am till 5:00 PM, September 23rd through October 4th, at the Lakeshore Recreation Center, 100 Lakeshore Blvd. For more information, please call 407-847-5090.
Materials: Approved court shoes only!! Must be clean and carried in.
October 15th through November 21st , Tuesday and Thursdays (520051)
Game times begin at 7:00 and 8:00 PM
$100.00/ per team
Kissimmee's Denn John Middle School Gym "March Madness" Adult Basketball 5 on 5 Program A recreation League for those "hoopsters" who have some game left! Two leagues offered on two different nights. 30 + League on Tuesdays nights and an Open league on Thursday nights. Trophies for 1st through 3rd place, referees and scorekeepers will be provided for all games. Registration will be held Monday through Friday, 8:00 am till 5:00 PM, November 18th through December 6th, at the Lakeshore Recreation Center, 100 Lakeshore Blvd. For more information, please call 407-847-5090. (520052)

54. King's Lynn And West Norfolk Borough Council - Athletics
Directory of Sport athletics. Downham Market Leisure Centre - aerobics. Lynnsportschool of Gymnastics - Lynnsport school of Gymnastics.\sports.nsf/textpages/

55. Foxcroft: Athletics
athletics. and Junior Varsity sports are offered during the school year aerobics/KickboxingBasketball* Conditioning Dance Company Riding* Rock Climbing Strength
Athletics Foxcroft School has a very active and successful athletic program. Foxcroft is a member of the Independent School League and competes seasonally against many local independent schools. Each student is required to participate in an athletic activity during each of three athletic seasons. A variety of Varsity and Junior Varsity sports are offered during the school year.
(See Fall Schedule)
(See Winter Schedule)
(See Spring Schedule)
Dance Company
Field Hockey*
Volleyball* Aerobics/Kickboxing
Conditioning Dance Company Riding* Rock Climbing Strength Training Yoga Dance Company Lacrosse* Riding* Softball* Tennis* Ultimate Frisbee Yoga *Interscholastic Directions to Independent School League (ISL) Schools Activities Home Riding Community Living ... Contact Foxcroft

56. Athletics
to team sports while participating in eight units over the course of the school year.In addition, girls in grades 68 will participate in aerobics on Thursdays
The goals of the Physical Education Program at BWL are to develop self confidence and team cooperation through participation in group activities. Emphasis is placed on developing physical fitness and positive social guidance. It is our hope that the self esteem and spirit of good sportsmanship that students gain in the Physical Education Department will affect their success in all aspects of school life while preparing them to be productive members of our society. Physical Education classes are taught in different facilities depending upon the grade level. Students have access to the gymnasium and auditorium at the Birch Wathen Lenox School as well as the gymnasium at Sokol and the pool at the Aqua Center. The physical education staff includes five full time teachers. At least two teachers are present during Physical Education classes. The Lower School (grades K-5) Kindergarten through third grade participates in physical education four times a week, while fourth and fifth grades have physical education three times a week. As students progress through the lower school, each grade focuses upon specific skills that are cumulative. Kindergarten focuses upon kinesthetic skills such as increasing eye/hand coordination. First and second graders take these skills and work on team cooperation while third, fourth and fifth graders will focus upon team games and sports such as soccer, volleball, team handball, softball and badminton. In addition, fourth and fifth grade students participate in a swimming program at the Asphalt Green Aquatic Center.

57. Laois Nationalist: Crettyard
aerobics Tuesday, October 29, 2002 Classes in aerobics are held each Monday in Irelandon Saturday when the Kit Kat Irish school athletics Championships were

58. Harker Athletics Department
athletics at the Harker school has always been an The school year is divided up intothree Fencing Aikido aerobics Golf Tennis Swimming, Weightlifting Fitness
US Athletics Athletics at the Harker School has always been an important part of the great education received here. For years the Middle School athletic program has been recognized as one of the most successful sports programs in the area. A great many sports and teams are offered in grades four through eight with an emphasis on skill development, character building and competitive challenges. Thus Harker offers a sport and a level appropriate for all skill levels. Beginning in the 4th grade, students can participate in volleyball, flag football, soccer, basketball, swimming and softball. Once in 6th grade, teams are grouped by skill level, and Harker's "no cut" policy guarantees playing time for everybody. In Middle School tennis is added to the sports' choices available to students. It is possible for a student to participate in up to five different sports in a single school year. Practices are held daily after school, and in some sports, such as basketball, up to 17 teams can be in action. Harker hosts tournaments in both volleyball and basketball and holds an annual 8th grade basketball invitational which fields some great action! The Eagle athletes compete with both public and private schools in the South Bay area.

59. WHAT'S IN STORE FOR School 16 School 18 School 19 School 20
What's in store for athletics? High school New running track with allweather syntheticsurface Middle schools aerobics or running trails at all three middle
School 16
School 18

School 19

School 20
... BUILDING HISTORY What's in store for Athletics? The district-wide facilities project includes a number of improvements to the athletic fields at the middle and high school level. These include: High School
  • New running track with all-weather synthetic surface. Additional softball field and expanded multi-purpose field. Additional macadam area for tennis and basketball courts. Relocation of southeast field (move farther to the east). New space for track events including discus, shot put, long jump and triple jump. Refurbishment of outdoor bleachers with new press box and score board.
Middle Schools
  • Aerobics or "running" trails at all three middle schools for general physical fitness and cross-country programs. On-site storage for athletic equipment at all three middle schools. Access to toilet facilities for outdoor athletic events at all three middle schools. Macadam-surfaced areas for tennis, basketball and running events at Hackett and Livingston.

60. Vital Information
London school of Economics Political Science Students' Union, East Building,Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE. aerobics. Cross Country and athletics.
Home The Union Democracy Representation ... Services
East Building,
Houghton Street,
London WC2A 2AE
Vital information
All Athletic Union clubs have pigeon holes and notice boards in the SU gym reception (rear of 1st floor East Building) where you can leave messages or obtain training information. A timetable of all class and training information is also displayed in the SU gym reception area.
AU Executive
  • President - Nick Wogan Treasurer - Andy Buckle Secretary - Jon Milstead Communications Officer - JB Brom Club Liaison Officer - Conor O'Mally Events Officer - Anna Foster
The AU is managed by the Sports and Recreation Manager, Richard Clayton.
Don't neglect your body over your studies - it needs toning as well! An excellent mind lives in a healthy body… We offer: Total Body Workout, Step Basic/Advanced, Back Strengthening and High Energy Classes. See timetable in the SU Gym for our latest classes on offer.

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