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Middle & High School
Health & Physical Education Teacher
Head Boys Lacrosse Coach
Warren Hills Regional School District
7th & 8th Grade Physical Education - Instruction involves a variety of activities. Emphasis is on the student acquiring proficiency in the elementary skills, rules and strategies of team sports as well as knowledge and understanding of the components of fitness. Throughout the year, fitness is integrated into activities and units.
9th Grade Physical Education - Instruction involves a variety of activities including fitness, basketball, volleyball, floor hockey, tennis, and ultimate frisbee. Emphasis is on further developing skills, rules and strategies of teams sports as well as further increasing knowledge and understanding of the components of fitness. Throughout the year, fitness is integrated into activities and units.
11th Grade Health - Health instruction includes family life and substance abuse education. Major areas of study include: love, male and female reproductive systems, human development, abstinence, pregnancy, lactation, parenting skills, abortion, sexually transmitted diseases/infections, AIDS, masturbation, homosexuality, contraception, intelligent choice of sexual lifestyle, decision-making process, healthy relationships, abusive relationships, violence, personality models, cost of living (budget), health care selection, wellness, death and dying, public health resources, substance abuse including alcohol, tobacco, steroids, marijuana, designer drugs, inhalants, date rape drugs, over the counter drugs, and stages of dependency.
How to get extra help:
Talk to Mr. Kablis in person or email him at email@example.com
About Mr. Kablis:
Mr. Kablis is excited to be starting his second year here at Warren Hills Regional School District. This year he will be teaching health and physical education at both the high school and the middle school. During the Spring 2012 season, Mr. Kablis served as a WHHS girls lacrosse coach, and starting this fall he will be running the weight room at WHHS along with Mr. Cacchio.
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