Summer Physical Education
Mount Notre Dame is pleased to offer a hybrid approach Physical Education course for the summer of 2017. This course is only open to MND students.
In order to obtain the 60 hours of time for this participatory, .25 credit course, students will need to attend class for 15 hours and will spend 45 hours in activity and work time outside of the classroom. Details follow below.
- Students will meet on three consecutive days from 8:00 AM – 1:30 PM. This includes a 30-minute lunch break. The dates are June 5, 6 and 7, 2017.
- Due to the condensed and independent nature of this course, MND cannot allow absences on any of the three days of class. If a student is absent, they will be withdrawn from the class, without refund.
- Students will need to dress in appropriate length shorts or sweatpants and an MND spirit wear top. Students should wear gym shoes.
- Students should pack their lunch and bring a water bottle to class.
- Class time will include both traditional learning as well as daily exercise.
- Students should bring a folder, a pen, and a notebook with them to class.
- Independent work will be required over the summer. In general, students will be expected to participate in a required number of activities and submit documentation and reflection on those activities. This information will be explained during class in June.
- The course cost is $200. Payment is required upon registration. Class size is limited to 28 students.
- Visit the link below to register and pay.
- Payment will be made via credit card.
- Questions about course payment can be directed to the MND Business Office at 821-3044 x 103.
Note: Registration will open on Monday, February 6, 2017 and will be accepted through March 2, 2017 at which time MND will determine if we have enough registrations to run the course. Tuition will be reimbursed if MND cancels the course. Payments are non-refundable otherwise. This course has filled in the past. A wait-list will be created as enrollment will fluctuate throughout the spring.
Questions about the summer course can be directed to course teacher, Mrs. Sally Knoll at firstname.lastname@example.org.