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Principal

Ms. Jalyn E. Lyde

973-321-0520 ext.10521

jalynlyde@paterson.k12.nj.us

Teacher in the school

Mr. Claude Wilson

973-321-0520 ext.10520

clwilson@paterson.k12.nj.us

Anti-Bullying Specialist

Michelle Van Hoven

973-321-0520 ext.52137

vanhovenm@paterson.k12.nj.us


RPHS ABR Score
64 out of 78
District ABR Score
59 out of 78

Link to District ABR Report

T.J. Best,
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator

tbest@paterson.k12.nj.us

973-321-2404

Welcome to the physical education department

The Physical Education and Health Program is concerned with the continuous mental and physical growth of every child, according to his/her individual abilities and interests. The program is designed to develop concerned, healthy citizens with an appreciation for life, armed with knowledge that will help them to mature both mentally and physically. Physical and recreational activities are balanced with courses stressing the personal responsibility for well being.

our staff


Cheyenne Fulmore
(Phys. Ed Teacher)

Patricia Lionetti
(Phys. Ed Teacher)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Classes

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

To provide a program of physical activity that maintains health and physical fitness through development of the body;

To promote social development through individual, team and competitive activities and to help the student to work and play harmoniously with others;

To allow students to become aware that physical activity can alleviate the modem stressful pace of today's world;

To emphasize the concept of using leisure time wisely;

To promote moral and social qualities such as leadership, courage, self-control, integrity and sportsmanship.

1. PHYSICAL EDUCATION I, II, III, IV

The Physical Education curriculum provides our students the opportunity to enjoy and enhance their physical skills and each student is encouraged to perform to his/her potential. Activities include: football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, whiffleball, baseball, hockey, physical fitness, weight training, aerobics, and lifetime sports.

2. HEALTH I

Health I is a general health curriculum focusing on family life, personal development, community health, school health services, cancer, heart disease, drug education, alcohol, tobacco, and venereal disease.

3. HEALTH II / FIRST AID

This course helps students to understand on-site medical assistance and various types of injuries and illnesses. In addition, students are encouraged to acquire knowledge of symptoms and procedures for wounds, shock, bleeding, poisoning, fractures, muscle injuries, and heart attacks.

4. HEALTH llI / DRIVER'S EDUCATION

The goal of this course is to encourage a proper attitude toward driving and to develop the qualities of a good driver. Students learn driving laws, basic car control, maintenance, the importance of safety restraints, and automotive insurance.

5. HEALTH IV / FAMILY LIFE

The purpose of this unit is to provide the students with a positive self image and an understanding of the birth process, parenting, physical maturation, and adult relationships. In addition, information on methods of prevention, symptoms of pregnancy, and possible birth defects is provided for the students.