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Physical Education and Dance


Areas of instruction in 9th -12th grade Physical Education classes are basic movement skills, beginning individual sports, team sports, and physical fitness activities.  The fitness program utilizes a core concept that will encompass physical fitness and the physical education standards. A variety of assessments tools are used to assess student learning in physical education, including but not limited to: performance rubrics, structured observations, performance tasks, reports and student portfolios.
Dance fulfills the Physical Education, VPA or elective requirement.  Students will learn various dance forms: jazz, ballet, hip-hop, cultural, lyrical, contemporary and modern.  The students will participate in warm-ups, short combinations and learn dance routines. They will also learn dance vocabulary and technique.  Through daily repetition of balanced exercise and movement students will develop muscle tone, coordination, stamina, flexibility, and rhythm. The students will perform throughout the school year including the winter and spring dance shows.  Since dance is a discipline that requires hard work, practicing the material that is taught will be essential for success. The class will be challenging but most importantly it will be a lot of fun!!!!



kristin atkins

Colleges attended: Ventura College, University of California San Diego, and Cal Lutheran University
Degrees attained: B.A. and M.Ed.
Learning Management System:  Google
Courses taught: Health, Dance, and PE


teresa flores

Colleges attended: Moorpark College, Cal State Long Beach, and Cal Lutheran Univeristy
Degrees attained: B.A. and M.A.
Learning Management System: Google
Courses taught: Physical Education and College and Career Seminar
 *Department Chair
jess Eubank

Colleges attended: California State Channel Islands
Degrees attained: B.A., CTE
Learning Management System: Google
Courses taught: Choreography and Dance Team