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    • WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL P.E. DEPT. “You have the RIGHT to do what you want, but the RESPONSIBILITY to do what is RIGHT!!”
    • P.E. TEACHERS Mrs. Bennett Aerobics & Team Sports Mr. Nofo Strength Development Mr. Nelson Health & Team Sports
    • Overview Guidelines for Success P.A.T.S. Freshman Course Offerings Advance Course Offerings Grading Policy Attendance, Make Ups, Excused Absence etc. Fitness Run Grade (RAINIER RUN/MILE) Testing & Evaluation (FITNESS TESTS) Daily Participation / Non-Suits (WARM-UPS) Daily Procedures (C.H.A.M.P.’s) Weekly & Daily Schedule (5 Day Breakdown) Semester Calendar Breakdown (Physical Testing Dates) P.E. Motto
    • ositive Attitude Is Everything ositive P 1. Expect improvement by challenging yourself. 2. Be courteous & cordial to others. 3. Be willing to try new things. cts Responsibly A 1. Be to class on time. 2. Be prepared with classroom essentials. 3. Put equipment / books away. reat Everyone With Respect T 1. Listen when someone else is talking. 2. Protect your property. 3. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. trive For Excellence S 1. Always do your BEST. 2. Be SUITED DAILY!! 3. Leave backpacks & other potential distractions in the locker room.
    • Guidelines for Success ositive Attitude Is Everything P Expect improvement by challenging yourself. Be courteous & cordial to others. Be willing to try new things. Example: Run Days are Tuesday and Thursdays so expect to RUN Be prepared to go OUTSIDE!!! (sweats & long sleeve shirts)
    • Guidelines for Success cts Responsibly A Be to class on time. Be prepared with classroom essentials. Put equipment & bag packs in locker Example: Don’t leave valuables out in the open area where it can be stolen.
    • Guidelines for Success reat Everyone With Respect T Listen when someone else is talking. Protect your property. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Example: Bullying is NOT acceptable behavior. Treat others with RESPECT.
    • Guidelines for Success trive For Excellence S Always do your BEST. Be SUITED DAILY!! Leave backpacks & other potential distractions in the locker room. Example: Don’t settle for 2nd best. To be the BEST you have to BEAT THE BEST!!!
    • ositive Attitude Is Everything ositive P 1. Expect improvement by challenging yourself. 2. Be courteous & cordial to others. 3. Be willing to try new things. cts Responsibly A 1. Be to class on time. 2. Be prepared with classroom essentials. 3. Put equipment / books away. reat Everyone With Respect T 1. Listen when someone else is talking. 2. Protect your property. 3. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. trive For Excellence S 1. Always do your BEST. 2. Be SUITED DAILY!! 3. Leave backpacks & other potential distractions in the locker room.
    • P.E. Course Offerings FRESHMAN LEVEL (PE 1 & 2) 1. Strength Development 2. Aerobics & Conditioning 3. Individual & Team Sports
    • STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT Beginning class will emphasize: 1. Proper lifting technique of major power lifts 2. Systematized work out program. 3. Major muscle groups of the body & their functions. Advance class will emphasize: 1. Same as above plus 2. Develop a workout plan
    • AEROBICS & CONDITIONING Beginning exercise class designed to introduce the student to the wide variety programs available to help develop and promote physical fitness for a lifetime. Perimeter Walking Circuit training programs Tae Bo Dance Jump Rope
    • TEAM SPORTS -Beginning team sports class that will emphasize: -skill & technique -knowledge of rules -active participation in a variety of individual & team sports. Basketball Volleyball Badminton Pickle ball Soccer Tennis Softball
    • Grading Policy Breakdown ATTENDANCE = 40% RAINIER RUN = 20% TESTING = 20% PARTICIPATION = 20% --------------------------------------------------- TOTAL = 100%
    • ATTENDANCE GRADING ABS / NON-SUITS 0 = 100% 7 = 82.5% 1 = 97.5 8 = 80% 2 = 95% 9 = 77.5% 3 = 92.5% 10 = 75% 4 = 90% 11 = 72.5% 5 = 87.5% 12 = 70% 6 = 85% 13 = 67.5%
    • DRESS FOR SUCCESS EXAMPLES OF PROPER SUIT UP ATTIRE: Shorts, Sweats (NOT your school Clothes) T-shirt (NOT your school T-shirt) Tennis Shoes ( NO boots, high heels) NON-EXAMPLES OF A SUIT-UP: ROTC UNIFORM ( NOT EXCUSED) Jeans, Skirts, Dress, SCHOOL CLOTHES Cheer squad uniforms NOTE: Please take PE clothes home weekly to get washed.
    • FLIP FLOPS
    • JEANS
    • BACK PACKS
    • JACKETS
    • CHEER UNIFORMS
    • ROTC UNIFORMS
    • - Keep all electronics secured in your lockers. Examples: (Ipods, Cell phones, MP3, CD players etc.) ELECTRONICS STUDENT HANDBOOK ELECTRONIC DEVICES: - Students are not to bring electronic devices such as radios, ipods, tapes or C.D. players, headphones, televisions or laser pointers to school unless receiving prior approval from the school administration. Loss or theft of such items brought to school will not be investigated by school personnel. Consequences: a) School discipline b) Short-term suspension c) Long-term suspension ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICES: - Students are discouraged from bringing any type of electronic communication devices to school such as beepers, pagers, or cellular telephones. Possession of such devices will not constitute a violation, however, should one of these devices buzz, beep, ring, or cause any other substantial disruption or interference within the classroom or learning environment the device will be confiscated and the following sequential consequences will be imposed. Consequences: *Procedures: 1st offense – phone confiscated by teacher and returned to student at end of the school day 2nd offense – phone confiscated by teacher, turned in to office and returned to parent at end of the school day (from office) 3rd offense – consequence such as Friday School or suspension may result.
    • ATTENDANCE 40% OF YOUR GRADE Physical Education classes are totally dependant upon attendance in class. Physical Education classes are not dependant upon lectures, discussions, or written assignments or tests as major instructional tools but are dependant upon active physical involvement in daily classroom activities. ATTENDANCE IS VITAL!! Attendance is a major component of the student’s semester grade. It will weigh heavily in the final outcome of the student’s grade. In addition, a NONSUIT that is unexcused will be counted against your attendance grade as an unexcused day that CAN NOT BE MADE UP. Any excused absences or non suits can be made up by making arrangements with the instructor. The following grade scale will be used to determine your attendance grade:
    • RAINIER RUN RAINIER RUNS: 20% OF YOUR SEMESTER GRD. Every Tuesday and Thursday all the PE classes will be involved in a run/walk program. Grading will be based on total accumulation of miles during the semester. Possibility of earning Certificate for Portfolio BOYS GRADE GIRLS GRADE Must average Must average 8-9 laps per run = A 6-7 laps per run = A
    • TESTING & PARTICIPATION 20 % OF YOUR GRADE is TESTS & EVALUATION: Testing will occur in three different areas: Fitness Tests (Mile, Max Lift, Aerobic, Sit Reach, Sit Ups, Step Ups, Cone) Skills Tests (Team Sports, Fundamental Skills) Written Tests (Rules Tests, Safety & Worksheets) 20% OF YOUR GRADE is DAILY PARTICIPATION: Every student will be graded on: Daily participation. Active involvement Cooperation, sportsmanship Intensity, completion of assignments will be evaluated on a daily basis. CITIZENSHIP: Disruption of the learning process in any way, shape, or form will not be tolerated and will be dealt with in accordance to the WHS Personal Management Plan. The behavior expectations of all students is clearly outlined in the student handbook and will be enforced consistently and regularly.
    • MAKE UP DAY = Open Gym *MAKE UPS: The student will be required to run one mile for each day that needs to be made up. 1 Absence Arrangements must be made by the student with the instructor and the student will have all semester to make up the days. = If the make up work is not completed by the designated time, all the days that are not made up will be held against the student’s grade. ABSENCES EXCUSED BY THE OFFICE: These days will be counted as excused absences and are still required to be made up in 1 Mile order to not impact your semester grade.
    • Procedures & Expectations Students will: ENTER the gym through the outside locker room doors BOYS/GIRLS. Not through the foyer entrance. SUIT-UP inside the locker room ONLY. SECURE all belongings inside your personal PE locker. WAIT patiently inside the locker room until you’re DISMISSED into the gym. REPORT to their PE classroom area (Weight RM, Auxiliary Gym or Main Gym) Post Class Procedure CHANGE back into school clothes SECURE all belongings inside your personal PE locker. WAIT patiently in the locker room until you’re excused to leave the locker room. 10/10 RULE: ( WAIT IN LOCKER ROOM UNTIL BELL RINGS)
    • Weekly Breakdown MONDAY: Class Specific Activity TUESDAY: RAINIER RUN (All Classes) WEDNESDAY: Class Specific Activity THURSDAY: RAINIER RUN (All Classes) FRIDAY: Class Specific Activity
    • Guideline for Success DON’T FORGET TO SIGN & DATE THE CLIPBOARD Stating that you’ll comply with all rules & expectations.
    • WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL P.E. DEPT. “You have the RIGHT to do what you want, but the RESPONSIBILITY to do what is RIGHT!!”