To our SRT Titan Community: In order to clarify for parents and students, here are some important things to note regarding marks for 2019-2020: 1. Not all teachers entered 3rd term marks--it was optional; however, all FINAL MARKS include some elements/work/efforts completed during 3rd term.  This mark is determined differently by teachers based on individual courses and expectations.  How one teacher assesses will likely differ from that of another. 2. Honour Roll/Top Titan will only look at FINAL MARKS and will not take into consideration Term 3 work habits whatsoever. 3. SG= Standing Granted--This is a mark given to students who were close to passing but not quite there.  It means that the student has earned the required credits for graduation and will be promoted to the next grade level.  Students who earned an SG are not required to go to summer school; although it may be beneficial. 4. The first point of contact for questions regarding marks is always the teacher, not the office.  If you have concerns regarding marks, please contact the teacher directly.  Obviously, the summer months may make that difficult as they are not required to be on call to check emails while away from school. 5. Be kind, be patient and remember that it is never the end of the world when it comes to marks, Top Titan or otherwise.  The social-emotional wellness of staff and students is our top priority; so please be sure that any emails sent to teachers or administration are constructive and professional. We hope that the entire Titan Community, from outgoing graduates to incoming grade 8s have a wonderful summer.  Stay safe, and see you in September! Sincerely, The SRT Administration Team
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Physical Health Education (10-12)

Grade 8 Program * Grade 9 Program * Graduation Requirements (Grade 10-12 Program)
Math (10-12) * Sciences (10-12) * English (10-12) * Social Studies (10-12)
Physical Health Education (10-12) * Languages (10-12)
Electives (10-12: Arts Education/Applied Design, Skills & Technologies)

PHE 10 —Mandatory—Co-Ed

Instructional emphasis will be placed on the development of the students’ leadership skills and abilities. Students will be taught more advanced skills and strategies and be given the opportunity to maintain and improve their fitness levels. There will be more off-campus activities offered, as exposure to “sport for life” will be emphasized.   **Students must take a physical health education class in Grade 10.  Basketball 10 does not count as a PHE 10 Credit.

Advanced Basketball 10/11 

This course will develop students’ individual sport skills, physical strength and conditioning, health and nutritional knowledge, coaching team building and leadership skills, goal setting and organizational skills within a basketball setting. Classes throughout the year will include basketball specific skill instruction, theory sessions, strength and conditioning workouts and officiating training.  APPLICATION IS REQUIRED.

Athletic Leadership (10-12)

Athletic Leadership 10, 11, 12 is open to students in grades 10-12 who are interested in developing their leadership skills within the context of athletics and intramurals at SRT. This course will provide background theory in leadership styles while providing relevant practical experience for student leaders who want to be part of the athletics/recreation culture here at SRT. Students will learn to work on their own and in group settings. They will be the key members of a student driven athletics culture at SRT for years to come.  ** This course will run outside the timetable.

Active Living 11/12 (Co-ed)
The Senior P.E. curriculum allows students to pursue a variety of community based
activities. This course offers students the chance to participate in a wide variety of physical and leisure activities offered in an enjoyable recreational based atmosphere. Many activities take place off campus, utilizing the recreational facilities that we have in our community i.e. curling, bowling and gymnastics. Students will also be provided with the opportunity to experience some of the outdoor physical pursuits that can be found in the Lower Mainland – Windsurfing, Paddle Boarding, Hiking etc. Some extracurricular service work is also required through volunteer services in the school/community.

Active Living 11/12 (Girls)
This course focuses on living a healthy lifestyle and achieving mental wellness. We will explore the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to incorporate physical activity into regular routines. Activities may include, but are not limited to, Yoga, Aerobics, Pilates, core & resistance training, hiking, walking and community/school service and leadership activities.

Fitness and Conditioning 11/12
This course is for the students who want to take a higher level fitness course that focuses on the individual Principals of Training. The goal of this course is for students to acquire the knowledge necessary to train safely using proper techniques and principles to improve strength, flexibility, and stamina. Students must have completed PE 10 with a minimum B average and have permission from the instructor to enrol in this course.

Hockey Academy (10-12)

A typical week for Academy players includes:
– 2 hours on ice, skill based instruction
– 1 hour off ice conditioning/events or class room sessions—Theory instruction provides players with skill breakdowns, progressions, practice planning, proper nutritional strategies for high-level performance and motivation and goal setting.