This program is designed to enable individuals to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. Students will acquire skills through a variety of activities such as dance, games, individual/dual activities, gymnastics (body mastery) and alternative environments. This program emphasizes active living with a focus on physical activity that is valued and integrated into daily life. This daily participation in physical activity contributes to physical, mental and social well-being providing benefits to the individual and community.

At each level 10/20/30 (3&5 credits), students are required to complete service hours (as a leader, athlete, volunteer or spectator) as a reflection of their contribution to their school community. This encourages students to take an active role in our community which helps build a culture of inclusiveness at Father Lacombe.

Co-Ed Physical Education 10 (3 or 5 credit)

Through this active and engaging program, students will be exposed to a wide variety of physical activities such as games (cooperative and traditional), individual activities, dance, gymnastics and activities in an alternate environment. As well, students will learn about how to improve and maintain their personal level of physical fitness through the use of our fitness centre, various equipment and teacher led workouts.

Physical Education 10 for Girls (3 or 5 credit)

Through this active and engaging program students will be able to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. Students will meet the Physical Education Curriculum guidelines, with an emphasis on female oriented, non-competitive activities such as: dance, gymnastics, yoga, nutrition, individual pursuits, modified games, and fitness. The offerings of the program will be tailored to encourage high level participation from female participants.

Co-Ed Physical Education 20 (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 10

This course is offered to students who want to continue to broaden their knowledge, improve their skills, and experience both new and traditional games, as well as activities in the areas of dance, gymnastics, alternate environment and fitness. This program is a continuation of Co-Ed Physical Education 10, and offers a progression in difficulty and a wider range of activities.

Physical Education 20 for Girls (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 10

This course is a continuation of Physical Education 10 for girls who are looking for more than what is offered in the traditional co-ed class. Students will continue to meet the Physical Education Curriculum guidelines, with an emphasis on female oriented, non-competitive activities such as: dance, gymnastics, yoga, nutrition, individual pursuits, modified games, and fitness. The offerings of the program will be tailored to encourage high level participation from female participants.

Co-Ed Physical Education 30 (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 20

This course is offered to students who are passionate and dedicated in expanding their knowledge, skills and experiences in each of the activity areas: Dance, Gymnastics, Games, Individual Activities and Alternate Environments. This program is a continuation of Co-Ed Physical Education 20, and offers a progression in difficulty and a wider range of activities.

Physical Education 30 for Girls (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 20

This course is a continuation of Physical Education 20 for girls who are looking for more than what is offered in the traditional co-ed class. Students will continue to meet the Physical Education Curriculum guidelines, with an emphasis on female oriented, non-competitive activities such as: dance, gymnastics, yoga, nutrition, individual pursuits, modified games, and fitness. The offerings of the program will be tailored to encourage high level participation from female participants.

Community Leadership 10 (3 or 5 credit)

Developing effective lifetime leadership and interpersonal skills are the primary goals of this course. Using an interactive and hands on approach, students work on developing their responsibility, communication, problem solving, decision making, team building, goal setting, time management and conflict resolution skills. Students wishing to continue onto Leadership 20 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of Leadership 10 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements.

Community Leadership 20 (3 or 5 credit)

Community Leadership 20 is a continuation of the Leadership 10 program. Leadership and mentorship skills are further developed through the organization and implementation of a variety of school, community and/or global student initiated projects, along with participation in Leadership’s Mentorship Program. Students wishing to continue onto Leadership 30 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of Leadership 20 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements.

Community Leadership 30 (3 or 5 credit)

The primary focus of the Leadership 30 class is on the modeling and mentoring of the Leadership skills developed at the 10 and 20 levels. Mentorship is at its greatest at this level, as student’s model and mentor their Leadership 20 peers in every aspect of the Leadership program. Similarly to Leadership 10 and 20, students will continue their involvement with a mentorship program of their choice and volunteer the required minimum of 20 hours. Students wishing to take Leadership 30 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of Leadership 20 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements.

Physical Education

This program is designed to enable individuals to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. Students will acquire skills through a variety of activities such as dance, games, individual/dual activities, gymnastics (body mastery) and alternative environments. This program emphasizes active living with a focus on physical activity that is valued and integrated into daily life. This daily participation in physical activity contributes to physical, mental and social well-being providing benefits to the individual and community.

At each level 10/20/30 (3&5 credits), students are required to complete service hours (as a leader, athlete, volunteer or spectator) as a reflection of their contribution to their school community. This encourages students to take an active role in our community which helps build a culture of inclusiveness at Father Lacombe.

Co-Ed Physical Education 10 (3 or 5 credit)

Through this active and engaging program, students will be exposed to a wide variety of physical activities such as games (cooperative and traditional), individual activities, dance, gymnastics and activities in an alternate environment. As well, students will learn about how to improve and maintain their personal level of physical fitness through the use of our fitness centre, various equipment and teacher led workouts.

Physical Education 10 for Girls (3 or 5 credit)

Through this active and engaging program students will be able to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. Students will meet the Physical Education Curriculum guidelines, with an emphasis on female oriented, non-competitive activities such as: dance, gymnastics, yoga, nutrition, individual pursuits, modified games, and fitness. The offerings of the program will be tailored to encourage high level participation from female participants.

Co-Ed Physical Education 20 (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 10

This course is offered to students who want to continue to broaden their knowledge, improve their skills, and experience both new and traditional games, as well as activities in the areas of dance, gymnastics, alternate environment and fitness. This program is a continuation of Co-Ed Physical Education 10, and offers a progression in difficulty and a wider range of activities.

Physical Education 20 for Girls (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 10

This course is a continuation of Physical Education 10 for girls who are looking for more than what is offered in the traditional co-ed class. Students will continue to meet the Physical Education Curriculum guidelines, with an emphasis on female oriented, non-competitive activities such as: dance, gymnastics, yoga, nutrition, individual pursuits, modified games, and fitness. The offerings of the program will be tailored to encourage high level participation from female participants.

Co-Ed Physical Education 30 (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 20

This course is offered to students who are passionate and dedicated in expanding their knowledge, skills and experiences in each of the activity areas: Dance, Gymnastics, Games, Individual Activities and Alternate Environments. This program is a continuation of Co-Ed Physical Education 20, and offers a progression in difficulty and a wider range of activities.

Physical Education 30 for Girls (3 or 5 credit)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 20

This course is a continuation of Physical Education 20 for girls who are looking for more than what is offered in the traditional co-ed class. Students will continue to meet the Physical Education Curriculum guidelines, with an emphasis on female oriented, non-competitive activities such as: dance, gymnastics, yoga, nutrition, individual pursuits, modified games, and fitness. The offerings of the program will be tailored to encourage high level participation from female participants.

Community Leadership 10 (3 or 5 credit)

Developing effective lifetime leadership and interpersonal skills are the primary goals of this course. Using an interactive and hands on approach, students work on developing their responsibility, communication, problem solving, decision making, team building, goal setting, time management and conflict resolution skills. Students wishing to continue onto Leadership 20 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of Leadership 10 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements.

Community Leadership 20 (3 or 5 credit)

Community Leadership 20 is a continuation of the Leadership 10 program. Leadership and mentorship skills are further developed through the organization and implementation of a variety of school, community and/or global student initiated projects, along with participation in Leadership’s Mentorship Program. Students wishing to continue onto Leadership 30 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of Leadership 20 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements.

Community Leadership 30 (3 or 5 credit)

The primary focus of the Leadership 30 class is on the modeling and mentoring of the Leadership skills developed at the 10 and 20 levels. Mentorship is at its greatest at this level, as student’s model and mentor their Leadership 20 peers in every aspect of the Leadership program. Similarly to Leadership 10 and 20, students will continue their involvement with a mentorship program of their choice and volunteer the required minimum of 20 hours. Students wishing to take Leadership 30 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of Leadership 20 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements.