Re: stress in high school students
- From: Banty <Banty_member@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 29 Oct 2007 18:33:44 -0700
In article <1193695415.532219.293860@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Barbara
On Oct 29, 5:42 pm, "Donna Metler" <dmmet...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Banty" <Banty_mem...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:fg5i4r0fff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> In article
SNIP(1) mandatory yoga classes for seniors
Now, *offering* yoga would be fine, although it would have to be
without its spiritual aspects. But boo on this being naditory.
Eh. I don't have a problem with it being part of a comprehensive
physical education curriculum. *We* had to climb ropes and do
routines on the uneven parallel bars in high school. Yoga's got to be
an improvement on that!
OK, me neither. As part of a curriculum it's fine. If they made us do
(which is a durn religion too, BTW, if you don't believe me talk to avid
golfers! ;-), they can make kids do yoga.
How many seniors still have a PE requirement? When I was in school, I had 2
years of PE/Health required, and had them out of the way Fresh/Soph year.
My husband had a 1 SEMESTER PE requirement. I know people at other schools
who had their PE requirement fulfilled by participating in a sport or in
Marching band (always wished my school did that).
Interesting. I learn a lot here. When I was in high school in
Pennsylvania, physical education was required every semester through
high school graduation. I just checked, and it still is. Same here
in NY (although I'm pretty sure that schools in NY count recess
towards the requirement).
Come to think of it, high school in Colorado only required four semesters. I
didnt' finish high school in Texas to recall what it was there..
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