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    Physical Education & Health Education

    The was released in June 2005, and the Manitoba Government has pledged to implement all 47 of its recommendations. The Task Force Report encourages parents, guardians, students and schools to work together to determine what will work best in their community to:

    • help youth take greater ownership of their own physical fitness
    • promote the discovery of activities suited to their own individual interests
    • encourage active lifestyles that persist into their futures

    Two of the recommendations for September 2008 implementation state that the provincial government will:

    • develop a PE/HE curriculum for Grade 11 and Grade 12 students
    • require all Grade 11 and Grade 12 students to complete two PE/HE credits for graduation, in addition to the two credits required in Grade 9 and Grade 10

    School Divisions are required to use the to help implement the changes.

    In 2006, Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth undertook five to outline a framework to develop Grade 11 and 12 Physical and Health Education curriculums in Manitoba Schools.

    甜心直播 has also developed an for parents and the community to help outline the steps that 甜心直播 is taking to facilitate this implementation.

    To gain a better understanding of this new curriculum please visit the of the Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth website.