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Team Leader:
envelope_blue.jpgBrittany Dutton

Melisa Marberry-Profitt
Michael Zufall

Health Education

Italicized wording is specific to La Cueva High School.
√ Freshmen may take this class.


48010/10043      1 Yr.      9

Prerequisite: None. This class serves as a backup for New Mexico History.
Special Requirements: None.
Description: Health Education I is a one-half credit required course for all APS high school students. The course is designed to meet national, state, and district standards and benchmarks. The core curriculum addresses all aspects of health and wellness and consists of learning experiences that emphasize increased awareness of health behaviors and their positive and negative consequences. Students will achieve knowledge and the ability to develop an increased awareness of attitudes, life skills, behaviors, and decision-making skills related to health and healthy lifestyle practices.


48013      1 Yr.      10-12

Prerequisite: Must have a grade of “B” or better in Health I, and permission of instructor.
Special Requirements: None.
Description: Health Education II will provide practical application of knowledge learned in Health I. Application will take place in the form of projects, field trips, health fairs, and recertification in CPR. The main focus of the semester will be peer education training. Students will be teaching health issues to students at all levels (elementary, middle, high school).