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61. Dept. Of Parks And Recreation - Athletics & Fitness
athletics Fitness on our Fall coed volleyball program to be held at AT JohnsonMiddle school. aerobics Tuesdays Thursdays 630 730 pm American Legion
Department of Parks and Recreation - Fall 1997 Program Guide Winter Roller Hockey
$40 Per Child
Practice begins January 15
Games begin January 29
Registration Deadline: December 19 Our Roller Hockey Program returns to Stan's Skateland with games beginning November
13. Practice begins the first week of November so get your registration in early. If you've
already played, you've got the equipment you need. Skate and locker rental is available.
You must have INDOOR ONLY skates! We are planning another Sunday trip to a
Renegades game for all registered Roller Hockey Players and Chaperones.
Youth Basketball
$25 Per Child A.T. Johnson Middle School Registration Deadline: December 5 Games Begin January 10 It may be fall, but it's not too soon to start thinking about youth basketball. This year we are offering boys and girls competitive basketball league play. Games will be held at A.T. Johnson Middle School. Our basketball program draft will be held December 13. Many teams will be practicing during the school Christmas break. Games begin on Saturday January 10. Don't put this off or you'll miss your chance. Age groups are listed below:

62. St. Lawrence University: Sports Studies And Exercise Science
education; fitness/wellness; and coaching certification for public school athletics. hiking,camping, snow shoeing Aquatics water aerobics, kayaking, scuba

Minor Requirements
Coaching Certification Non-Credit Instructional Program Fitness and Wellness ... Return to Academics Sports Studies and Exercise Science Minor offered The scope of the intercollegiate athletics and recreation department's programming includes intercollegiate athletics, intramural and recreation programs, sport and physical activity clubs, outdoor education programs, fitness and wellness programs and instructional programs. The instructional programs are designed to provide students with the opportunity to acquire content knowledge and skills related to physical activity, fitness/wellness, sport and outdoor recreational pursuits. They involve both credit and non-credit bearing opportunities. The instructional program includes four major components: Credit-bearing courses, which provide course work that leads to a minor in sports studies and exercise science. Course concentrations include the study of physical activity and sport through sociological, psychological and philosophical perspectives; sport medicine; outdoor education; fitness/wellness; and coaching certification for public school athletics. Students also have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills in various student leadership and internship opportunities available within the campus community. Non-credit-bearing courses include instructional classroom programs focused on health-related topics of fitness and wellness such as nutrition, cardiac-risk assessment and stress management. These provide the essential educational dimension for the St. Lawrence Fitness and Wellness Program.

63. NSGA - September 23 2002
Step aerobics was up 8% in days (61 versus 57), and calisthenics was consecutive yearthat a record was established for participation in high school athletics.

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66. Lassen College Athletics
high/low impact aerobics, step aerobics, weight training, water aerobics, lap swimming didnot have the opportunity to play volleyball in high school, it is her
Home Educational Programs Student Services Library ... Site Map Lassen Community College PO Box 3000 Susanville, CA 96130 Volleyball Coach
Toni Poulsen
Toni Poulsen begins her second volleyball season at Lassen Community College with enthusiasm and anticipation. Poulsen has been with Lassen College since 1988, beginning as a physical education instructor teaching high/low impact aerobics, step aerobics, weight training, water aerobics, lap swimming, and senior fitness classes. Poulsen is an avid golfer, winning Ace of the Year in 1998. Along with being a fitness guru, Poulsen has coached youth sports in Lassen County. When Lassen faced a staffing shortage summer 1999, Poulsen joined the college as full-time faculty, adding coaching to her list of responsibilities. When asked to take over the volleyball position last year, Poulsen eagerly began to learn everything she could about the sport, and implemented a plan to begin the task. Within one year, Poulsen has successfully completed a season, implemented volleyball classes back into the college curriculum, and has helped the Lassen Volleyball Club by providing valuable gym time, assistance from Lady Cougar athletes, and occasional coaching. Plans are underway to work with the City of Susanville to implement a volleyball city league. Since Poulsen did not have the opportunity to play volleyball in high school, it is her goal to see that every child knows about volleyball and has the opportunity to play the sport.

67. Rowland Hall-St. Mark's School In Salt Lake City, Utah
modified lacrosse, softball, floor hockey, weight training, aerobics, tennis, golf,bowling Mark’s school athletics centers on providing a competitive, yet age
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physical education classes , which include instruction and skill development in a number of lifetime activities (team and individual sports) as well as basic fitness and (2) interscholastic athletics
Physical Education Requirements
All students in grades nine and ten are required to participate in physical education classes or on an athletic team during each trimester. Students in grade eleven take two trimesters of physical education or athletics. Alternative arrangements, such as a deferral, may be granted to a student who has scheduling conflicts or to juniors who intend to continue with an interscholastic team during the senior year.
Lifetime Activities Conditioning Students in this one-trimester course participate in an organized, systematic program of weight training three times per week as well as a rigorous running, jumping and flexibility regime twice per week. Regular fitness testing is incorporated in an effort to give students feedback on their progress in all areas of fitness (strength, flexibility, speed, explosive power, endurance). Grades nine-twelve). Athletic Teams
Coaches have the responsibility at all levels to work toward the highest level of achievement possible both for the team and for each individual player.

to participate regularly .A normal school day begins with early morning PT or aerobics,yoga or basketball, baseball, badminton, tennis, hockey and athletics.

69. Physical Education Program
athletics refers to our interscholastic competitive sports teams. links on this sitethroughout the school year camp skills, as well as aerobics, movement, and
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Physical Education Program WELCOME to our new Physical Education web page! We welcome this opportunity to share on-going information about the wide range of exciting activities that take place in our daily PE program. As you have probably noticed, there is a separate website for “Athletics.” The terms “Athletics” and “Physical Education” apply to two different programs at Norwood School. Physical Education (PE) refers to the instructional class period offered four to five days each week to every student in grades K-6, as well as to the Summit Program offered to 7th and 8th graders who choose not to participate in athletics. PE places a strong emphasis upon physical fitness, developmental movement activities, cooperative teamwork, sportsmanship, and fundamental sports skills. PE Department members include director Jane Martens, and faculty members Wayne Herninko, Dan Perrotta, Anne Weaver, and Kristen Cool. Athletics refers to our interscholastic competitive sports teams. For 5th and 6th graders, this is an optional, after-school program offered several days each week. For 7th and 8th graders, team practices are part of the official school day, and take the place of Physical Education classes. Athletic Director (A.D.) Anne Weaver and Assistant A.D. Dan Perrotta administer the Athletic program.

70. Parkside Athletics
wallyball courts or a class in our aerobics studio Pro Shop The Parkside AthleticsPro Shop offers a wide HIGH school JUNIOR VARSITY INTERMEDIATE (14 to 18 yrs
Parkside Athletics
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Keith Knox - Manager (309) 347-6644
  • Byron Rabb U.S.P.T.A - Director of Tennis Margaret Frazell - Member Account Coordinator Lori Owens - Administrative Assistant Mindee Hopkins - Receptionist Sue Kem - Custodian Larry Kem - Custodian

  • We are currently striving to serve you better, look for a new and improved web site for Parkside Athletics.....Comming Sooooooon MEMBERSHIP PLANS 4 Star Plan
    • Tennis court fees are extra
    (however, May 1st-August 31st...all open tennis courts are free)
    • $50 enrollment fee for new members only
    Membership Type / Cost per Month
    Individual Couple Family Junior (14-18 yrs.) Senior (65+) Senior Couple Terms: 1 year contract
    5 Star Plan
    • Includes all open tennis court time and all season reserve fees.
    • Membership dues drop to 4 Star rates (however, May 1st - August 31st...All open tennis courts remain free) • Beneficial for members who play at least once a week for singles or twice a week for doubles based on $10/hr court fee and a $50 enrollment fee. Membership Type / Cost per Month Individual Couple Family Junior (14-18 yrs.)

    71. FWCDS - Athletics - Physical Education
    The program begins with an introduction to athletics in grades 5 6. Each studentis introduced to In addition, the school offers aerobics, ballet and

    Cross Country





    HEADLINES PHYSICAL EDUCATION FWCDS believes that Physical Education and Athletics provides meaningful growth opportunities and promotes mental and physical well being. Emphasis is placed on nurturing a life-long appreciation of sports, physical fitness, and the positive qualities of competition. Additionally the FWCDS Athletic Program focuses on the development of the character of all participants through a sustatined empahsis of the FWCDS Core Values and principles of action. K-4 In grades K-4, FWCDS uses the Dynamic Physical Education Program as its curriculum. This program offers a balance that allows children to explore, to experience success and learn about there own capabilities. Students see and feel their own strengths developing as instructors emphasize skills in a logical and sequential order and stress the life-long value of physical fitness. Grades 9-12 In addition In addition, the school offers aerobics, ballet and a structured year-round strength and conditioning class. Students who compete athletically in a sport outside of the schools' sports offerings (i.e. gymnastics, equestrian, fencing) may apply for an athletic independent study.

    72. Stockport Grammar School - Online
    weightlifting, leisure swimming, aerobics, gymnastics, badminton school Teams -The school boasts a large cross-country, swimming, athletics, cricket, and

    Infants Junior School Senior School ... Contact
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    • Mr C J Wright BA - Head of PE and Games Mrs V E Garrett BA - (i/c Girls' PE and Games) Mr H Corbett BA Mr A S Hanson Bed Mrs K Wilkinson BA Miss S Withington BA Mr K Templeton BA – Lacrosse Coach.
    In addition to the specialist staff named, the department is supported by a large number of academic staff (21 in 2002) who run and coach school teams.
    The school benefits from excellent sports facilities. The extensive grass areas at School and at Dialstone Lane are utilised in the winter as:
  • 2 Hockey pitches 3 Rugby pitches 4 Lacrosse pitches
  • and in the summer as:
  • 3 Cricket pitches 4 Rounders pitches 400m Athletics track and field event area
  • The school also boasts 2 gymnasia; 2 squash courts; 25m swimming pool; 5 netball courts (7 tennis courts in summer); 1 astro-turf (8 tennis courts in summer); 4 artificial cricket nets; and fitness room including 9-station multi-gym. In addition, our new sports centre opened in September 2001 with a sports hall, extensive changing areas and a fitness suite.
    Physical Education and Games play a part in all years of the school.

    73. PE Homepage
    Upper school During years 10 11, the pupils take part in an option also choose oneother option from the following Dance, aerobics, athletics or Trampolining
    Physical Education Department Homepage
    Staff and Facilities
    There are two male and two female members of staff in the PE department. The facilities available to the pupils consist of: 2 Gymnasiums 3 Rounders pitches 6 Tennis Courts Running Track (8 lanes) 5 Netball Courts High Jump Area 3 Football Pitches Long Jump Area 2 Hockey Pitches Shot Putt Discus Javelin 1 Cricket Square
    PE Kit
    PE Kit is compulsory. Boys - All white kit for indoor activities and Summer sports. Red rugby shirts, black shorts, Red socks, football boots and shin pads for winter games. Girls - Netball kit of Red blouse, black skirt, black briefs, white ankle socks and white trainers. Black shorts for athletics. All pupils are required to bring a towel for double lessons.
    Clubs, Teams, Practices
    Clubs (include both competitive and non-competitive):
    Dance, Rhythmic Gym, Tennis, Athletics, Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Senior badminton, Lower School badminton. Teams/Practices:
    Netball (all year groups), Football (all year groups), Hockey (lower school), Athletics, Rounders, Boys basketball (upper school), Cricket (lower school).

    74. Athletics
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    75. OLMC Sport
    Emphasis in aerobics is placed upon participation, co have the opportunity to jointhe athletics squad in sport emphasises the importance of school and team
    AEROBICS Aerobics is a fun and energetic sport providing students with flexibility, strength, power, co-ordination and balance skills. Approximately thirty students are selected to make up junior and senior teams to compete at the Milo Schoolaerobics State Championships in May. Prior to the competition the students are required to learn choreographed routines which include compulsory skills. Emphasis in aerobics is placed upon participation, co-operation, enjoyment, enhanced skill levels, self-esteem and confidence. ATHLETICS Athletics at Our Lady of Mercy College caters for the needs and interests of all students and focuses on personal best performances rather solely on winning. Therefore all students can be successful by doing their personal best. Students have the opportunity to join the athletics squad in semester one to represent the College at three different competitions organised by the Secondary Catholic Schools Association, the Mercy Schools Association and the GSSA. This sport emphasises the importance of school and team spirit and enables students to interact with students of all year levels. BASKETBALL Basketball teams are selected to represent the College at the Secondary Catholic Schools competition, and two of the four teams also compete in the Catholic All Schools State Championships. This sport gives the students the opportunity to improve their hand-eye co-ordination and to develop confidence to execute basketball skills in a competitive situation. Development as a responsible team member and sportsmanship are of a prime importance in basketball at the College.

    76. Belfast High School
    Key Stage 4 Girls Year 4 Physical Education Hockey, Basketball, Fitness, aerobics,Volleyball, athletics, Rounders, Netball, Tennis, Badminton, Squash.
    What We Study in Physical Education Key Stage 3 Girls: Year 1: Physical Education: Gymnastics, Netball, Dance, Hockey, Athletics, Rounders, Tennis. Year 2: Physical Education: Hockey, Swimming, Badminton, Netball, Gymnastics, Dance, Athletics, Rounders, Tennis. Year 3: Physical Education: Hockey, Swimming, Basketball, Netball, Gymnastics, Aerobics, Volleyball, Badminton, Athletics, Rounders, Tennis. Key Stage 4 Girls: Year 4: Physical Education: Hockey, Basketball, Fitness, Aerobics, Volleyball, Athletics, Rounders, Netball, Tennis, Badminton, Squash Year 5: Physical Education: Hockey, Fitness, Tennis, Volleyball, Swimming, Badminton Netball, Basketball, Aerobics. Senior Games: Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming, Squash, Rugby, Soccer, Aerobics, Cross Country, Badminton.

    77. Albany Academy For Girls - Athletics
    athletics. variety of individual and team sports, as well as aerobics, gymnastics,swimming Primary school PE classes teach simple sports skills for team and
    AAG encourages students to challenge themselves physically as well as intellectually. Physical education classes, which begin in pre-k, promote the philosophy of physical fitness as a lifetime pursuit. Physical education classes expose students to a wide variety of individual and team sports, as well as aerobics, gymnastics, swimming, and ice skating. Primary School PE classes teach simple sports skills for team and individual activities and help develop motor coordination. Middle School students are urged to challenge themselves as they focus on skill refinement, knowledge of rules and team strategy, and sportsmanship. In Upper School, the focus is on setting personal fitness goals and reinforcing the importance of physical activity in a healthy lifestyle. The AAG athletic department features varsity teams in:
    • lacrosse volleyball basketball soccer field hockey softball swimming
    Track and tennis are offered on a club level. Beginning in seventh grade, girls can play on interscholastic modified soccer or basketball teams. The School plays in the Central Hudson Valley League, Patroon Conference, and the Capital District Women's Lacrosse League.

    78. Clifton High School, Physical Education
    touch rugby, cricket, softball and also aerobics and circuit netball, hockey, hockey,tennis or athletics teams Most matches are midweek after school and a full
    The Personal Challenge Here at CHS we can provide you with many different kinds of opportunities to discover your abilities and talents. We can help you to develop these in order to meet your needs - whether it be at foundation, participation level, or at a higher level of excellence. Sports Activities include: Volleyball,
    Netball Athletics Tennis and a host of other sports are offered to Senior Girls. Specialist coaching in fencing and self-defence are available as optional extras. Facilities
    Our sporting facilities are first class and include a 25m indoor heated swimming pool, gymnasium, 2 floodlit netball courts, and jointly with Bristol University and the Avon Lawn Tennis Association, a playing field development at the Coombe Dingle site, boasting a brand new indoor tennis centre (4 courts), 2 artificial turf hockey pitches, 2 netball courts and copious amounts of grass!

    79. Union Street Athletics - Gym & Health Club
    Health club and personal training center includes modern gym, aerobics, tanning, daycare, and juice bar. Bangor.
    Gym and heath club located in Bangor, Maine

    PARTICIPATION IN HIGH school athletics, FITNESS AND SPORTS ACTIVITIES school athletics program. Twothirds of females participation in high school athletics, fitness and sports

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