Physical Education


Evan Burlew   
Joette Muffler
Jason Schielke

The Physical Education area of study focuses on the development of motor and fitness related developmental skills, and knowledge of health and safety practices to ensure all students acquire the confidence to pursue healthy lifelong participation in activities. All high school students in Wisconsin are required to take one and one-half credits (1.50) of Physical Education and one-half credit (.50) of Health Education over the course of four separate years. Health Education is a requiredsemester course for all 10th grade students. Students are recommended to take additional courses in physical education if interested in career pathways related to personal and athletic trainer, physical therapist, kinesiology, health sciences, and/or health and physical education teacher.