Class Syllabus and Expectations
- Pen pencil and notebook are required daily
- Homework/classwork is due on the due date
- If you are absent on a test day you will make up test on the first day you are back.
- Gum chewing is not allowed in the classroom or in the gym.
- When the late bell ring the door will be shut, you must have a pass to enter the class.
- Cell phones are to be put away, if not they will be taken and returned at the end of the period .
- Students are expected to come to class prepared to participate.
- We do go outside
- Shorts, sneakers, tee shirts
- sweat pants and sweat shirts
- Gum chewing is not allowed.
- Food is not allowed in the locker room
- When the late bell rings you are to be in the gym if you are not you will be marked late.
- Bring a lock to secure Items
- Remove hoop earrings and long necklaces before exiting locker room.
- Cell phones are to be kept in the locker room.
Smoking , Over the counter drug useC.P.R / A.E.D
1. Sexuality and You
2. The Reproduction System
5. Pregnancy And Child birth
6. Issues of Sexuality
- The New Jersey Driving System
- New Jersey Driver Testing
- Driver resposibility
- Safe Driving Rules/ regulations
- Defensive driving
- Drinking, Drugs and Health
- Driver Privileges and Penalties
- Sharing the Road with others
- Vehicle Information
- Motor cycle Manual
- Driver Safety
New Jersey State written test: Student must recieve a 80% or better to optain a permit to drive.
Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs
- Avoiding drug dependence
- .Drug resistence and peer pressure
- Reducing the risk of drug dependence
- Drug treatment centers/ interventions
- Choosing healthy food
- My plate
- Using diet to guard against disease
- Developing healthy eating habits
- Maintaining healthy weight
- Eating disorders
- Heart disease
- What are they?
- Violent relationships - How can I tell?
Illegal drug use
- Anabolic steroids
- club drugs
- Building blocks of character
- What are they?
- How do I represent them?
Sexually Transmitted Infection
- Causes of infections
- Methods of transmission
AIDs and HIV
- Myths and facts
- Progression to HIV
Mental Health Issues
- Cycle of grief
- Death and dying