Physical fitness, wellness and developmental skills as loyalty, decision-making, camaraderie, cooperation, and a sense of sportsmanship;
- a means of achievement, accomplishment, and success;
- the programs meet and exceed state mandates.
- Adventure Games incorporates activities that increase self-esteem and self-confidence, enhances problem-solving skills, and develops skills necessary for working within a group.
The Physical Education curriculum progresses fro
, and safety express the goals of this discipline. Students in grades 9-12 participate in co-educational curriculum in Physical Education and Health. In the Physical Education curriculum, students participate in activities which provide:
- Opportunities and challenges for students to gain and to maintain the knowledge and procedural techniques for physical fitness conditioning;
- a variety of team and individual sports to give students a wide basis for choosing lifetime recreational pursuits;
- experience to enhance such social growth
m larger motor activities through team play to an emphasis on the development of lifetime sports. The Physical Education/Health program emphasizes physical fitness, lifetime skills, sportsmanship and team work. Knowledge of body systems, building positive self-esteem, and the development of lifelong health and safety habits are stressed and integrated with other curriculum areas and special events. The overall goal is to offer challenging and varied programs that are responsive to the community and to the student’s needs.
VIRTUAL & HYBRID EXPECTATIONS
September 4th - October 2nd
- Get Prepared for physical activity
- T-shirt, sweatpants, leggings or shorts, and sneakers
- Have computer or device where you are going to perform physical activity
- Open Teams
Look at post for the day - it will have instructions
Join teams meeting
Attendance will be taken at the beginning of class
- Camera must be turned on and microphone turned off
Camera must be on during class or student will receive a CUT
- Students should remain on screen for entire period for full participation credit.
October 5th - Hybrid
Every student will meet once a week and twice in a virtual setting.
IN Person Class Days (A or B)-
students will be present and participating in physical activity with instructor. Be dressed appropriately.
Masks are required for class at all times.
On Days Students are home Virtually
Join meeting for attendance at start of period
Complete workout provided or assignment by the end of the period
Wednesdays - Everyone is virtual
Virtual/Hybrid Physical Education Rubric
Satisfactory - 0
Needs Improvement - -1
Gives top effort daily, models high level of participation and is self-motivated. Student has desire to improve personal fitness, physical ability and performance in the movement opportunity.
Consistent daily effort, good level of participation, displays quality movement during activity, maintains personal fitness.
Uncooperative, bends rules to suit self, displays inappropriate frustration and anger. Needs reminders to complete and/or stay on task. Does not follow safety rules. Unsafe choices made.
No submission of work or check in for attendance
Always on task and highly active. Positive and fair game play, follows safety rules, models self-control. Consistently follows safety rules.
On task and active.
Accepts winning and losing. Does not need reminders to complete and/or stay on task. Follows safety rules.
Poor effort, little or no movement during activity, poor attitude towards activity. Avoids participation or off task.
Evidence of workout submitted is clear and complete. Variety to student workouts is shown.
Evidence of workout shows good effort and may not fill entire time or part of the work. Not showing variety of workouts.
Evidence not provided for daily work. Repeats same activity daily.
Grading Procedures for Physical Education
Daily Progress Rubric
Each student's participation grade begins with an 80 average. You will see this as "Part Start." Students will be monitored and graded each class per marking period and their daily participation will contribute to their grade. Students that achieve the “exceeds” level in 1 of the 4 topics of the Physical Education rubric will raise their grade. Students that come prepared, are responsible for their own activity level, and remain respectful to staff and classmates should receive an Exceeds. However, disruptive behaviors in class as well as being off-task can lower the grade. Work is cumulative, and students are encouraged to be prepared for class and to put forth an active and positive effort everyday in class.
Absent students will not earn credit for the day. Students are required to bring in a note to the attendance office of email Ms. Ioele with in 24 hours of an absence.
Cuts, are issued by the administration, and CANNOT be made up.
Excessive Absences are considered all absences with-in a marking period. Students will lose credit on the 6th absence per marking period.
Please see student agenda for complete school attendance policies for students: https://www.riverdell.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=11846&dataid=15912&FileName=2017-18Agenda.pdf
Students must log in at start time of period.
1st offence – Student should send email to Teacher of time of entrance to class. Daily progress could be affected.
2nd offence – parent notification
3rd offence – referral to administrator
Preset Points/Grade explanations
Parents/Students will see the following in genesis daily. Comments are usually added for clarification. We encourage students with questions to inquire in person.
Satisfactory – "0" no change of grade – student meets class expectations on rubric
Exceeds +1 Student is exemplary according to the rubric criteria
Other items that could be seen:
Excessive Absence –5 (deductions will start on the 6th absence per Marking period)
Late (daily progress could be affected)
Cut – -5 from grade that cannot be made up
Cell – -1 cell phone used in class
Lack of participation
CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS PHYSICAL EDUCATION
- No Cell Phones will be allowed in class.
- No Eating or Drinking in the Gym. No chewing gum in class.
- Students must arrive to class prepared and on time.
- Locker room door will be no be available
- No sitting on the top of the closed bleachers
- Be respectful to staff and students with in the class.
- Required Dress – athletic shorts, sweatpants, t-shirts, sweatshirts.
- Athletic footwear is required. (No boots, flip-flops or backless sneakers)
- Bring warm clothes when weather gets colder.
- Shirt tops must have sleeve and refrain from showing the stomach.
- Masks are required until further notice.
- Locker rooms will not be used during hybrid classes
- All belongings should be placed in the gym, in a space designated by teacher.
- Submit written excuse from guardian or doctor to YOUR CLASS TEACHER and the School nurse. Students needing a daily excuse should see PE teacher.
- After reporting to teacher, students will be required to complete assignment.
- Articles can be found on PE Web page – MEDICALLY EXCUSED ASSIGNMENTS
- Long Term Medical Excuses – Sign in EVERY DAY with instructor for daily plan
GRADING & EXPECTATIONS:
Click on link for grading: Grading Policy
Click on link for grading rubric: PE Rubric
Click on link for classroom expectations: PE Expectations
Students are expected to uphold all Code of Conduct rules as adopted in the River Dell High School Student Handbook