Summer Health and PE

Summer School 2019

Health (required for graduation)

The Online Health Course offered through Gwinnett Online Campus is a fast paced course offered to students in 9th through 12th grade. Health has reading assignments along with numerous written assignments, discussions, and possible projects each week. Summer semesters operate on daily deadlines. Students enrolled in the health course are allowed to work ahead, but all assignments, including tests and quizzes, must be completed by the deadline posted in the course calendar. On average students should expect to spend up to 4 hours a day during the summer session. The course will cover the following topics:
  • The Importance of Health Education: The Health Triangle
  • Personal Care: Systems of the Body and Disease Prevention
  • Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases
  • Habits and Goals for Disease Prevention
  • Nutrition, Guidelines for Healthy eating, and Weight Management
  • Substance Abuse: Tobacco, Alcohol, Other Drugs
  • Illicit and Illegal Drugs
  • Mental Health: Stress, Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, and Depression
  • CPR, First Aid, and Safety
  • Sex Education

 

We provide students information for the online version of ADAP (needed for a driver's license before the age of 18). Click HERE for the information on how to obtain a certificate.


If you have questions about this course please contact the following:

Ms. Marcelle Martin – Marcelle_Martin@Gwinnett.k12.GA.us

 

Personal Fitness (required for graduation)

The Online Physical Education Course offered through Gwinnett Online Campus is a fast paced course offered to students in 9th through 12th grade. Students in Personal Fitness will create a Personal Fitness Portfolio. Course content will also include tests and quizzes over exercise safety, training principles, nutrition, and lifelong fitness. Fitness tracking will count as classwork on a weekly basis.

The course will cover the following topics:

  • Fitness Gram Testing

  • Tracking Activity Digitally

  • Exercise Safety

  • Heart Rate and Perceived Rate of Exertion

  • Components of Fitness

  • Nutrition, Weight Management, and Stress

 

 

*Pre-Fitness Testing for PE ONLY students will follow each orientation session in the GOC gym if the student prefers to fitness test in person. Directions are given in the course on how to self-fitness test and share the information with the teacher.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I register? Registration is available February 15 via MPP. Spaces are limited.

2. Will my student be CPR certified? CPR certification is optional. Your student will sign up with their teacher once the course begins.
  
3. How will my student track their exercise? Students will need a device or a phone with the Fitbit app to track exercise. GOC does not provide devices.
  
4. My student is busy with sports in the summer, will they still have to track their workouts with a device? Yes, all students have to track at least 3 workouts a week with a device.
  
5. What do I do if I still have questions? For PE specific questions contact: Sarah Sargent -  sarah_sargent@gwinnett.k12.ga.us

 

Tracking Exercise in the Online Setting

A GOC Physical Education student will be required to plan out their exercise requirements, and create new plans with increased training throughout the course. Once the plan is set students will track their exercise using a heart rate tracking device or Fitbit app along with a GOC Fitness Log. All exercise sessions are summarized and validated on a GOC Fitness Log and turned in at the end of each week (by Sunday at midnight of each week).

Click HERE for detailed instructions of how to track and validate exercise.

Click HERE for a copy of the GOC Fitness Log.

The first two important factors to consider are HEART RATE OR PACE of exercise. Both of these components will tell the teacher the intensity level of the student’s workout (a key component to the delivery of a PE program online). Two other key components is sharing the length of time in each exercise session, and the calendar date of the exercise session. Below are examples of validating screenshots from a Fitbit App, Fitbit device, and Apple Watch.

 

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