Physical Education and Health

Welcome to the Physical Education Department
Bosse's mission for physical education is to provided our students with opportunities to succeed in a variety of movement and fitness activities that assist them in acquiring motor skills, health-related fitness, positive attitudes, and self-esteem. Physical activity is used to show students the enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, social interactions, and health benefits that can be derived from everyday physical activity and strong mental health.

Physical Education Department Staff

Related Clubs and Extra Curricular Activities

Please email Mr. Shoobridge

Boys JV Basketball
Please email Mr. Brown

Boys Varsity Basketball
Please see Mr. Burkhart in his office

Girls JV Basketball
Please email Mr. Kendrick

Girls Varsity Basketball
Please email Mr. Copeland

Please email Ms. Dearmond

Conditioning for Sports
Please see Mr. Burkhart in his office

Cross Country
Please email Mr. Brown

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Please see Mr. Schauss in room 223

Please see Mr. Schnur in room 113

Cub Football
Please email Mr. Shoobridge

Boys Golf
Please see Mr. Schaffer in room 236

Girls Golf
Please see Mr. Jahn in room 209

Boys Soccer
Please see Mr. Schauss in room 223

Girls Soccer
Please see Mrs. Hammersley in her office

Please see Ms. Boulware in room 247

Please email Mrs. Huff

Boys Tennis
Please email Mr. Crane

Girls Tennis
Please email Mr. Fraley

Boys Track
Please see Mr. Golba in room 129 or Mr. Rowe in room 248

Please email Ms. Darrett

Please email Mr. Shoobridge

Course Offerings

Physical Education I and II
Physical Education I focuses on instructional strategies through a planned, sequential, and comprehensive physical education curriculum which provides students with opportunities to actively participate in at least four of the following: team sports, dual sports activities, outdoor pursuits, self-defense and martial arts, gymnastics and dance, all within the framework of lifetime physical activity and fitness. Ongoing assessment includes both written and performance-based skill evaluation.

Team Sports
Team sports focuses on learning about a variety of team-based games, their rules and skills needed to play well. The ongoing assessment includes both written and performance-based skill evaluations. Sports include but are not limited to football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and baseball.

Aerobics gears students for lifelong physical health as they examine different aerobic programs, the importance of warming up and cooling down, stretches versus aerobic activity. Students will engage in a variety of mediums and actively participate, including the creation of their own aerobic's program.

Strength and Conditioning
Personal goals focus this class of weight lifting, stretching, BMI checking and improving physical health. Students will have the opportunity to work on individual goals, strengthening and lengthening muscles, honing in on particular muscle work. The ongoing assessment includes both written and improvement-based evaluation.

Health Education is a required course designed to help students attain competence in identifying, understanding, and helping to solve the health problems of today’s society. Included in the Health Education program are prevention of accidents; first aid and CPR; health concepts - an overview of body functions; medicines and medical care; mental health; pathology and diseases; ecology and health; emotions and personality; use, misuse, and abuse of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs; AIDS; human sexuality (includes human reproduction, sexually transmitted infections, and family living).