Mr. John Wilper

Phone: 208-855-4225


Degrees and Certifications:

M.Ed. Physical Education, 2000, University of Idaho B.S. Kinesiology, 1998, Lewis-Clark State College Certification: Physical Education (K-12), Health Education (6-12)

Mr. John Wilper

Course Description:
Health is a semester course required for all 8th grade students. It is designed to help students make independent, informed decisions concerning their physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.
Course Content:
Mental, Emotional and Social Health
Environmental Health
Nutrition and Physical Activity
Consumer and Community Health
Growth, Development and Family Life
Prevention and Control of Disease
Injury and Personal Safety
Grades are updated on PowerSchool daily (including late work). Please contact the counseling office to obtain your child's username and password. Grades appearing as a "0" are assignments that have not been turned in.
Each assignment is hyperlinked through PowerSchool and SchoolWires--including a detailed description of the assignment along with specific instructions for completion. Very few traditional "worksheet" style assignments are used throughout the semester and can be downloaded from the "Class Documents" tab on the left side of the page.
Note: Self-Starters are daily journal questions completed at the beginning of the period daily and turned in at the end of the week or every other week (see class calendar page for specific dates). These are also written on a clipboard kept in the classroom for students to use during break or lunch for make-up.
Personal Information:
I've been teaching at Meridian Middle School since 2001. I've taught health education, physical education, and career exploration courses. I spent 10+ years coaching middle and high school football, wrestling, basketball, track, tennis, and baseball. Not only am I passionate about teaching, my interests and hobbies include fly fishing, fly tying, camping, biking, and many others. I'm looking forward to another great year at MMS!
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