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thats okay with me not only does it sound fun, but it helps keep us healthy and helps us to learn new skills. besides, there are quite a few people who need the exercise anyway, like me. I am always studying outside of school that I don't have so much time to just play.
by momo12KC on 5/30/2013 6:34:33 AM
In my district, and I think in California all together, PE is required. At my high school, you are required to take two years of PE to graduate. Whether that be marching band, football, swimming, etc. But, if you fail, or just don't pass, the Fitness Testing at the end of the year, they tack on another required year for you. So, some kids I know just can't do 15 crunches to save their lives, so they can't pass PE, thus, have to take PE all 4 years of school. It sucks for them, but if you can pass it, then you never have to take the dreaded class again, so your Junior and Senior years are mile-day free
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by Emilicious on 5/30/2013 1:41:44 AM
I wouldn't mind having P.E. as a new course because I'm usually good at a lot of the sports or games we play in it. The only thing I don't like is sweating a lot during the say and being stinky but usually those problems can be solved.
My school does P.E. by doing all sports that pretty much exist. Right now we are doing a timed obstacle course with multiple sports in it.
by YouCanCallMeCat on 5/30/2013 1:21:03 AM
Tight, hip-hugging jeans are hazardous to your health.
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