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North Lake School’s physical education curriculum follows Wisconsin State guidelines for skill acquisition.
Students receive instruction, are given practice, and perform assessments for each given unit of study. There is a strong emphasis on personal performance, teamwork, and good sportsmanship in our courses. Health and wellness concepts are integrated into daily classes and content.
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Physical Education Curriculum for Grades K-3
North Lake School’s curriculum follows Wisconsin State guidelines for skill acquisition. Young children are very active, enjoy learning, and develop new ways to move.
Students achieve mature forms in the basic locomotor skills and vary the manner in which these skills are performed in relationship to changing conditions and expectations. K-3rd graders demonstrate smooth transitions between sequential locomotor skills. Students show progress toward achieving mature form in the more complex manipulative skills (e.g. foot dribble) and achieve mature form in the less complex manipulative skills (e.g.underhand throw). They demonstrate control in traveling, weight-bearing, and balance activities on a variety of body parts. The students will achieve these skills through a variety of teaching strategies and lesson plans. Please contact Mr. Yde or Mrs. Clauer for more information about your youngster’s physical educational goals.
Physical Education Curriculum for Grades 4-8
North Lake School’s curriculum follows Wisconsin State guidelines for skill acquisition. Students receive instruction, are given practice, and perform assessments for each given unit of study. There is a strong emphasis on personal performance, teamwork, and good sportsmanship in our classes.
Our P.E. curriculum for grades 4-8 include the following three week units:
Health and wellness concepts are integrated through the K-8 physical education curriculum. North Lake School promotes a healthy lifestyle including making good choices and being active.
D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) is taught in 5th grade by a local enforcement officer. Students learn the benefits of responsibility through the interactive in-school curriculum which lasts ten weeks.
Human Growth and development is taught in grades 5-6-8 and in gender specific sessions. The human growth and development curriculum is based on abstinence and can be accessed by parents at any time. It is housed in our library and available for review.
Nutrition: 3 weeks
Noninfectious and Infectious Diseases: 3 weeks
Human Growth and Development: 3 weeks
Drugs and Alcohol: 5 weeks
Human Growth and Development: 5 weeks