• Hanover Central Health Education

     Mrs. Suarez asuarez@hanover.k12.in.us & Mr. Szanyi rszanyi@hanover.k12.in.us

     

    Indiana Health Education Standards

    Standard 1 Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health.

    Standard 2 Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology and other factors on health.

    Standard 3 Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information and products and services to enhance health.

    Standard 4 Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.

    Standard 5 Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.

    Standard 6 Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health.

    Standard 7 Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce risks.

    Standard 8 Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family and community health.

     

    As this is a semester long health survey class, we will not be able to cover all 28 chapters in the health text. While we will cover all the standards expected by the state DOE, we will focus our curriculum on fitness and nutrition for life-long good health.

     

    Classroom Policies

    1. Follow directions the first time given.
    2. Be in seats when the bell rings.
    3. Listen when others are speaking.
    4. Be respectful and courteous to each other and teacher.
    5. No inappropriate behavior- keep hands, feet, objects, to yourselves.
    6. No passes during class time except in emergencies.
    7. No inappropriate language.
    8. No food or drinks in classroom.
    9. Bring appropriate supplies to class on a daily basis – no passes back to lockers for items you are expected to bring daily.
    10. No late work accepted.
    11. No electronic disturbances will be tolerated. No electronic devices should be visible.

    GRADING SCALE

    Your daily work, homework, quizzes, tests, and projects will be graded on a straight point scale. Points will vary depending on the length/difficulty of the task. Very few opportunties for extra credit exist.

    90-100%=A 80-90%=B 70-79%=C 60-69%=D 0-59%=F    

     
    Advanced Physical Education Syllabus

    Coach Szanyi rszanyi@hanover.k12.in.us

     

    Advanced Physical Education will build upon the concepts and skills developed in PE I and PE II. An emphasis will be placed upon not only developing fitness, both health and sports related, but a deeper study into the concepts behind planning programs. Each class will present a variety of different warm up and cool down activities to expose the student to different methods currently in vogue in the areas of fitness and sports training.

     

    Generally, two to three days a week students will be participating in a variety of sporting activities, games, skill training and exercises. This will be the portion of the class where we will complete units of particular sports and other physical education activities as listed below.

     

    Two or more days will be devoted to physical training involving a variety of methodologies with the end goal being that the student will leave the class with a greater understanding of the science of physical performance and the concepts for developing individual training programs.

     

    This class will be one that requires much physical participation and attendance will play a large role in the grade. Also there will be required out of class work (reading assignments, written assignments, research assignments, etc.) that will be a large part of the class grade.

     

    This class should not be taken with the thought that it will just be fun and games. It should be considered to be an advanced class that will look at the various sciences that impact physical activity. So with that stated, welcome to a class that will expand your view of the world of physical activity and should be fun if you are enrolled for the right reasons.

     

     



    • Badminton

    • Basketball

    • Bocce Ball

    • Broom Ball        

    • Capture the Flag

    • Flag / Touch Football

    • Frisbee Golf

    • Gym Ball

    • Kickball

    • Lacrosse

    • Matball

    • Pin Ball

    • Snowball

    • Soccer

    • Softball

    • Tennis

    • Ultimate Frisbee

    • Volleyball

    • Whiffle Ball


     

    Other activities may be done based upon available equipment, available facilities, weather, class size, length of class, or various other factors.

     

    All regular PE rules and regulations will still apply unless indicated otherwise by the instructor.

     

    A Hanover PE suit is not required, but should be active wear that meets the same qualifications and school dress code.

     

    If unsure about anything in class it is better to ask first than to find out later.

     

     

     

    Physical Education Syllabus

    Coach Szanyi rszanyi@hanover.k12.in.us

    Mrs. Suarez asuarez@hanover.k12.in.us

     

     

    Two to three days a week students will be participating in a variety of sporting activities, games, skill training and exercises. This will be the portion of the class where we will complete units of particular sports and other physical education as listed below.

     

    Two to three days a week the students will be completing a circuit training workout in the fitness center. They will be given weight sheets and will progress to other workouts throughout the semester. The circuits are designed to give the students a total body workout. It contains a variety of strength, endurance, cardiovascular and agility training.

     

     

    On Fridays, Mr. Szanyi’s and Mrs. Suarez’s classes may come together to offer the students a choice of activity. We will be conducting two activities and students will get the option of where they would like to participate.

     


    • Badminton
    • Basketball
    • Bocce Ball
    • Broom Ball        
    • Capture the Flag
    • Flag / Touch Football
    • Frisbee Golf
    • Gym Ball
    • Kickball
    • Lacrosse
    • Matball
    • Pin Ball
    • Snowball
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Tennis
    • Ultimate Frisbee
    • Volleyball
    • Whiffle Ball

     

    Other activities may be done based upon available equipment, available facilities, weather, class size, length of class, or various other factors.