• Junior Health Syllabus

    Mr. Knoeppel       

    The purpose of the American Red Cross/American Heart Association First Aid/CPR/AED program is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until advance medical help arrives. The content and activities for this course will help participants identify and eliminate potentially hazardous conditions, recognize emergencies and make appropriate decisions for first aid care.



    Criteria for Certification:

    ·      Correctly answer at least 80% of the questions on the written exam

    ·      Participate in all skill sessions and scenarios

    ·      Demonstrate competency in all required skills



    A student’s grade will be determined through a total points system. Points can be earned through various forms of assessment. Assessment and evaluation may include but is not limited to tests, quizzes, projects, homework, and class participation. Each assessment will be given a predetermined numerical value and evaluated accordingly. At the conclusion of the marking period, a student’s grade will be reflective of total points earned over total points available. It is encouraged for students to maintain an evaluation log of all assessments throughout the marking period. With this, students will have an up to date and accurate understanding of their current grade in the course.



    Three ring binder to keep all handouts, notes, tests, and quizzes. Pen, pencil, paper, and textbook when required by teacher.


    Students are responsible to make up work and classwork during absences and lab periods. For everyday you are absent, you have to make up any missed assignments, tests, or quizzes. Day for a day policy – If you are absent Monday: you have Tuesday to make it up and hand it in Wednesday. If you are absent Monday and Tuesday: you have Wednesday and Thursday to make it up and hand it in on Friday.


    *Any work other than Junior Health in class will be taken.