• Grade 10 5 pds/week/semester 1/2 credit
    This course stresses the prevention of potential health problems in the areas of drugs, diseases, and injuries while promoting good nutrition, physical health, mental health, and consumer health. The program encourages wellness in family life and human sexuality within the context of family and community values. Students gain an awareness of the role of health agencies and public health facilities locally, statewide, and nationally. This course is required for graduation. Parents who wish for their child to be excused from a portion of the course should make that request, in writing, to the building principal.