Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! ...do everything 'The Cardinal Way'!
Health 10 is a sophomore required class. This class is intended to provide students with a base of knowledge and decision-making skills to help them to be physically, mentally/emotionally, and socially healthy. The emphasis is on thinking, communicating, and making positive, educated decisions.
Anatomy is a rigorous elective class for students that are interested in the workings of the human body. It provides fundamental information in the areas of anatomy and physiology and at the same time, encourages students to make practical application to what they are learning. It is the ideal elective class for students considering any career in the field of medicine or any career related to the workings of the human body.
Sports Medicine and Athletic Training is an elective class for students who have a fundamental understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. It is designed for those who want to apply this knowledge and understanding to learning about sports medicine and athletic injuries. This is a thrilling option for students who are interested in exploring careers in a variety of careers in the medical field. [Passing Anatomy with a B or higher, is a prerequisite to taking Sports Medicine.]
Medical Terminology is a new class for the 2018-2019 school year. It is a rigorous 9 week course that is the study of words, [prefixes, suffixes, and roots] that pertain to the study of anatomy, physiology, body systems, medical processes and procedures, and a variety of diseases. This course provides a specialized language for those interested in health related careers, enabling them to communicate in an accurate, articulate, and concise manner.
First Aid/AED/CPR is another new class scheduled for the 2018-2019 school year. It is an introductory class that will provide and exposure to general first aid topics. Emphasis will lie in understanding the human body in order to provide appropriate first aid. This course will NOT provide certification in the areas of First Aid, the use of an AED, or in performance of CPR.
I am again offering an Independent Study Anatomy II. This is course is designed for students who want to continue learning more about human anatomy and physiology. [A grade of B or higher in Anatomy is a prerequisite for admittance into this independent study. Students accepted into this course need to be responsible, motivated, and independent learners.]
With any questions, please feel free to contact me at or at 507-644-8132.
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