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Health Science Department

  • The Fremont High Health Science Department instructors incorporate past experiences with health-related employment as examples of practical application in the classroom, thus making the health education experience relevant to student’s lives.
  • Health courses taught at Fremont High School have direct link to career options available for students immediately following high school graduation.
  • A concentrated effort is being made to improve student learning through individual instructor’s efforts in ongoing professional development, implementation of advanced technologies, and utilizing literacy and numeracy to cross curriculum.
  • Fremont High School Health Science department offers a variety of classes to promote students interest in the health care field and their own personal health.
Douglas Kap
Douglas Kap

dokap@wsd.net
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Degree:

Bachelor of Science-Anatomy, Parker University of Chiropractic 2002

Doctor of Chiropractic, Parker University of Chiropractic 2002

Years of experience:  8

Years teaching at Fremont High:  8

Shannon Iseminger
Shannon Iseminger

shiseminger@wsd.net

Degree:

Bachelor of Science-Sports Science, University of Pacific 1993

Master of Education, Weber State University 2008

NATA- Certified Athletic Trainer

Certified Message Therapist

Years of experience:  18

Years teaching at Fremont High: 7

Kelly Harlan
Kelly Harlan
Health Science Instructor
Exercise Science, Medical Terminonlogy, Introduction to Health Science
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keharlan@wsd.net

  • Favorite TV Program: Greys Anatomy
  • Favorite Book: Hunger Games
  • Alma Mater: Weber High and Weber State
  • Hometown: West Haven
  • Hobbies: Run, hike, shop, eat and travel. Can watching TV be a hobby?
  • Heroes: My parents
  • Best thing about Fremont: The staff and students!!!
  • Years in Education: 6 (Masters of Education)
  • Years at Fremont: 7
Aimee Sauvageau
Aimee Sauvageau

aisauvageau@wsd.net
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I’m in my fifth year of teaching at Fremont High School and loving it. I currently teach Health II and Intro to Psychology, I also coach Track and Cross Country. I went to Utah State University for both my Undergrad and Master’s degree. My Undergrad was in School Health with a minor in Psychology. My Master’s degree is in Health and Human Movement with an Emphasis in Health Education. During my Master’s program I was able to teach at Utah State University for the Health Physical Education and Recreation Department teaching the lab for Dynamic Fitness and Multiple Physical Education Classes. I went into health and human movement because I love learning about the body and how it works and then being able to apply it the body for overall improvement in health and to increase sports performance.

  • Instruction: Health II and Intro to Psychology
  • Favorite TV Program: So you think you can dance  
  • Favorite Book: Mind Gym
  • Why I am a Teacher: Getting to work with the amazing students and seeing them being come incredible people.
  • Hidden Talent: Play Piano and Clarinet
  • Alma Mater: Utah State University / Weber High School
  • Hometown: Pleasant View
  • Hobbies: Hiking, swimming, running, biking, and dancing
  • Favorite Food: Anything, I love to eat
  • Favorite Musician:
  • Favorite Author:
  • Who you look up to: Jim Fuller/Joan Heap
  • Favorite Get Away: Mountains
Scott Peery
Scott Peery

Health, Fitness for Life
scpeery@wsd.net

Why I am in Education: My high school teachers and coach's had a lasting impression on me and so my hope is to return the favor.

Favorite TV Program: Football (Dallas Cowboys)

Favorite Book: John Wooden - Leadership

Alma Mater: Snow College, Weber St.

Hometown: Payson

Hobbies: Crossfit workouts with my daughters. I love anything involving my wife and girls.

Heroes: My Mom

Best thing about Fremont: Everything, the list is too long!

Years in Education: 2

Years at Fremont: 1

Sheree Bjerregaard
Sheree Bjerregaard

Classes Offered

Introduction to Health Science (Full Year .50 Health/.50 CTE credit)
Medical Anatomy and Physiology (1.0 CTE/3rd Year Elective Science Credit)
Advanced Health Science (2.0 CTE Credit-WSU HTHSCI 1105/1106)
Medical Terminology (.50 CTE Credit-WSU HTHSCI 1101)
Introduction to EMS (.50 CTE Credit-WSU HLTH/AT 2300)
Exercise Science/Sports Medicine (1.0 CTE Credit-WSU HLTH/AT 2175)
Consumer Health (.50 Health)
Nurse Assisting (1.0 CTE Credit)

Teacher Commitment:

  1. Fremont teachers are committed to being prepared with lessons, activities, projects and assignments that are relevant to the curriculum and will enhance student learning at all levels.
  2. Fremont teachers are committed to frequent monitoring of student progress and communicating progress with students and parents, updating grades regularly.
  3. Fremont teachers are committed to helping students improve in the subjects they teach.
  4. Fremont teachers are committed to holding students responsible for their learning as well as providing encouragement for sustained performance using engagement and best practice.
  5. Fremont teachers are committed to giving their best efforts each day, conducting themselves in a way that contributes to a safe, orderly, and respectful educational environment.
  6. Fremont teachers are committed to supporting school groups and activities.
  7. Fremont teachers are committed to supporting the school's mission and vision to set goals for student achievement at Fremont and to encourage post-high school education.
  8. Fremont teachers are committed to maintaining rigorous educational standards within their classrooms to help students be career and college ready and community contributors.

Student Commitment:

The effectiveness of an exemplary school is based on the achievement and character of its students. Therefore, Fremont students are committed to our school motto: E2 (Expect Excellence)

  1. Fremont students are committed to being prepared physically and mentally to learn each day.
  2. Fremont students are committed to self-motivation and the accepting of responsibility for their learning and decisions.
  3. Fremont students are committed to their best efforts each day and the sustaining of those efforts.
  4. Fremont students are committed to demonstrating respect and encouragement for peers, teachers, school and themselves.
  5. Fremont students are committed to conducting themselves in a way that contributes to a safe, orderly, and respectful educational environment.
  6. Fremont students are committed to supporting school groups and activities.