Physical Education & Health Education

The HUHS/MS PE faculty is dedicated to helping our students explore various physical activities which lead to living an active and healthy lifestyle. Our physical education courses are designed to allow students to be successful in a variety of pathways and physical activities, including but not limited to; cardiovascular and weight training, team and individual activities and exposure to some non- traditional physical activities, mindfulness and movement class, outdoor adventure, and upperclassmen also have the option to expand their leadership skills in our methods of coaching course.

 

Proficient graduates of the program are self directed and able to actively listen and effectively communicate with others. Proficient graduates possess a growth mindset and the ability to be creative practical problem solvers as well as responsible involved citizens and can use their learning to stay fit and healthy for their lifetime. 

 

High School Graduation Expectations/Requirements:

  • 3 PE experiences to graduate

  • 1 PE experience must be through a class at HU

    • Other experience options include: 

      • Taking 3 classes

      • Completing an Independent Study (there are other requirements and procedures for this - contact Katie Pike with questions)

      • Completing a sport season here at HU (there are other requirements and procedures for this- contact Katie Pike with questions)

      • Possible online PE course (this needs to be discussed with school counselor)

Department Contacts

Peter

Arsenault

Physical Education

parsenault@huusd.org
802-583-8135

Katelin

Pike

Physical Education

kpike@huusd.org
802-583-8159

Brian

Moody

Health Education

bmoody@huusd.org
802-583-8261