Research shows that exercise increases neurotransmitter production in your brain which enhances your ability to focus and increases memory. Learning Community: Fit for life, smart for life is a great way to increase your overall health and wellness and boost your math grades at the same time. In each learning community, an academic class is linked with a fitness class, so you will need to register for one section from each subject.
This learning community is not offered in the Fall 2020 semester. Check back for updates on when these classes will be offered or contact Shelly Pierson for more information.
This is an activity course introducing the basic elements of cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility in a unique and simultaneous combination of aerobic and resistance training exercises in one seamless total fitness workout.
This is an activity course for intermediate level students participating in a unique and simultaneous combination of aerobic and resistance training exercises in one seamless total fitness workout utilizing elements of cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility.
This course is an introduction to the techniques and reasoning of algebra, including linear equations and inequalities, development and use of formulas, algebraic expressions, systems of equations, graphs and introduction to quadratic equations.
This course will expand upon the material covered in Elementary Algebra. Topics will include special products and factors, fractional equations, systems of linear equations, inequalities, conics, complex numbers, the binomial theorem, logarithms, and functions. This course is equivalent to a second-year high school algebra course.