Physical Education: The Key to Success in the Classroom?
In many high schools, students choose activities that interest them. When kids experience the joy and benefits of personalized training, rock climbing, hiking, yoga, dance, and other non-traditional sports, they become empowered to take control of their own fitness, igniting an interest in being physically active for life.
At Tahoma High School in Washington, students can opt in to an
outdoor academy where physical education, literature, and environmental
science are taught as an integrated unit, which might include reading
the novel "A River Runs Through It" while trout fishing and studying the
biology of water systems.
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