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Quality Physical Education and Fitness is a fundamental right of every child and an integral part of the curriculum that, through human movement, concentrates on the development of the individual’s maximum physical potential and related social, emotional, and intellectual growth.
Physical Education and Fitness provides students with many opportunities to develop positive attitudes and social competencies that will help them become successful members of a changing global society. Activities are taught in an environment that fosters cooperation, sports etiquette, positive decision making, leadership, communication, and understanding and respect for similarities and differences of others.
Students may apply to their counselor to have the Physical Education 1/2 credit waived if they have completed two full seasons of an MHSSA sponsored sport or two years of high school marching band.