Mr. Miller

Jordan Miller
Physical Education & Health Teacher
610-983-4080 ext. 185

jordan.miller@rak12.org
Miller 

Miller


K-12th Field Day
Wednesday, May 29th, 2015
RA Upper & Lower Schools

413 Fairview Street 
Phoenixville, PA


 Physical Education
Grade K, Middle School
& High School

Life Fitness
High School

Health
High School
This course is designed to give students the necessary skills needed to live an active and healthy lifestyle. They will learn the fundamental skills and knowledge of a variety of sports and games. Students will learn about muscular anatomy while working towards improving their levels of fitness, by working on the following components, on a daily basis; cardio, strength, and flexibility. These skills will help promote life-long fitness. The units for this course will consist of: soccer, football, Frisbee, volleyball, badminton, basketball, hockey, wiffleball and many others. Students will participate in fitness testing twice a year. This testing will inform them of their personal fitness levels which will guide them to set personal fitness goals.
High School & Middle School Requirements for class: Sneakers/Physical Education Uniforms
High School Credits: .5


This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of fitness for life. The course is part lecture and part physical activity. Students will learn to evaluate their own fitness levels, design personalized workouts, and understand the benefits and techniques of weight training. Students who complete this course leave with requisite knowledge and skills needed for maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.
Requirements: Students must wear sneakers/physical education uniform.
Credits: .5

The course explores the topics in health for today’s teenagers. Topics of study include tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs as well as sexually transmitted diseases, childbirth and pregnancy. Physical and social health is covered as well as dating violence, self-harm, body systems, nutrition and disabilities.
Core Text: Health Glencoe
Prerequisites/Conditions: Required course for all 10th grade students or transfer students without a health credit.
Credits: .5