• Class Syllabus and Expectations

    Health Class

    • 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 .

    Physical Education

    • 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. 


    Freshman Health

    Smoking , Over the counter drug use

    C.P.R / A.E.D 

    Human Sexuality

    1.  Sexuality and You
    2.  The Reproduction System
    3. Relationships
    4.  Abstinence
    5.   Pregnancy And Child birth
    6.  Issues of Sexuality

    Sophmore Health

    Drivers Education


    • 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.


    Junior Health

    Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs

    • Avoiding drug dependence
    • .Drug resistence and peer pressure
    • Reducing the risk of drug dependence
    • Drug treatment centers/ interventions


    Nutrition/ Disease


    • Choosing healthy food
    • My plate
    • Using diet to guard against disease
    • Developing healthy eating habits
    • Maintaining healthy weight
    • Eating disorders
    • Heart disease


    Relation ships

    • What are they?
    • Violent relationships  - How can I tell? 

    Senior Health
    Illegal drug use

    • Inhalants
    • Anabolic steroids
    • club drugs
    • stimulants
    • depressents

     Character Building

    • Building blocks of character
    • What are they?
    • How do I represent them?

    • Sexually Transmitted Infection
    • Causes of infections
    • Methods of transmission
    • Treatment
    • Protection
    • abstinence

    AIDs and HIV

    • History
    • Myths and facts
    • Causes
    • Progression to HIV
    • Treatment
    • Protection
    • Abstinence

    Mental Health Issues

    • Depression
    • Suicide
    • Cycle of grief
    • Death and dying
    • Resiliency