Physical Education classes grant students an opportunity to develop and maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle.
Students will have the opportunity to improve to their optimal level of physical fitness, understand the importance of lifestyles on one’s health and fitness, and be educated in physical fitness concepts. Each student enrolled in Physical Education I will be introduced to Strength and Conditioning concepts and skills. The content includes assessment of the health related components of physical fitness. It seeks to develop an appreciation of the importance of physical fitness, safety practices and proper nutrition.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2
This course presents individual and lifetime activities, both popular and unfamiliar, not generally covered in Physical Education I.
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
This course is designed to assist students in the proper application and procedures of a strength and conditioning program. Correct physiological concepts, proper training principles, and sound lifting techniques are taught.
ZERO-HOUR STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
This course is designed to assist students in the proper application and procedures of a strength and conditioning program. Correct physiological concepts, proper training principles and sound lifting techniques are taught.
Mr. James Harris has a Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State University. He has previously taught at the Junior High level. Mr. Harris’ love for physical activity is evident in his coaching. He coaches High School Football, Junior High Basketball, and High School Track and Field. Additionally he is the Junior High Student Council Sponsor.
Mr. John Montgomery has been teaching since the Fall of 2008. After graduating from Fort Hays State University with his Master’s Degree, he started teaching at Fort Hays State University in the Leadership Department. He came to TMP in the Fall of 2012. Mr. Montgomery has taught Physical Education, Weights and Conditioning, Leadership and Spirituality, and Junior High Computer Applications. In addition to teaching, he is the Head of the High School Football Team, the Head Powerlifting Coach, and an Assistant Junior High Track Coach. When he is not teaching or coaching, Mr. Montgomery spends time with his family, plays the guitar, and enjoys hunting. GO MONARCHS!