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Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
Student Expectations  - Physical Education
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Student Expectations - Physical Education

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  • 1. Student Expectations and Physical Education Program
    “Safe, Respectful, and Responsible Behavior”
  • 2. Physical Education Goal
    To guide all students in learning:
    fitness skills
    sports
    games
    sportsmanship
    teamwork
  • 3. GOAL:
    That all South Lake students will make positive choices regarding their personal fitness and health that will last a lifetime!
  • 4. 3 Components to our Program:
    PERSONAL FITNESS
    Classes can earn free run days!
    TEAM and INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
    INTEGRATED HEALTH TOPICS
  • 5. SPECIAL PROGRAM FEATURES:
    MILER CLUB
    LUNCHTIME SPORTS
    CHARACTER EDUCATION
  • 6. AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
    The City of Irvine Community Services offers after school programs.
    Look for flyers at lunch
  • 7. FITNESS STANDARDS:
    HFZ = HEALTHY FITNESS ZONE
    ( ) = high end score
    Fitness Testing in March
  • 8. GRADING POLICY:
    Students grades are based on:
    Participation
    Effort
    Work Habits
    Citizenship
  • 9. Students are Expected to…
    Participate safely and to the best of their ability in all activities, regardless of skill level, interest, or physical limitations.
    Attitude is everything!
  • 10. Respect…
    the property and rights of others
    and accept the abilities of others
    the teaching and learning process
    and take pride in your physical education facility, equipment, and uniform
  • 11. Students are Expected to…
    Report to the physical education area on time, place backpack in designated area, and sit on assigned squad line for attendance. No pushing, shoving, or chase games allowed.
  • 12. Students are expected to…
    Enter the locker room from the blacktop side of the building only (wait behind the yellow line). Always wait for permission from the teacher to enter the locker room.
    Upon entering the locker room, all students are expected to check the message board for any necessary information.
  • 13. Students are Expected to…
    conduct themselves in an orderly fashion while in the locker room. For example: no running, no throwing items of any kind, no horseplay, no excessive noises and NO use of AEROSOL SPRAYS / PUMP SPRAYS.
  • 14. Students are Expected to…
    Use their assigned outside and inside lockers for their own use. Do not share lockers or combinations with anyone.
    Lock all valuables in your locker during class. Do not leave any personal items out. DO NOT TAKE LOCKS HOME!
  • 15. Students are expected to….
    Keep only P.E. uniform, athletic shoes, socks and hygiene items in their locker.
    (optional, but very helpful…use a small gym bag to get P.E. items in and out of the locker room)
  • 16. Students are expected to…
    Change into P.E. clothes quickly, leave locker room and SIT on assigned number ready for activity.
  • 17. Students are expected to…
    NOT chew gum.
    Do not bring candy, food or drinks to P.E. class or store in your locker.
  • 18. Students are Expected to…
    provide the proper uniform daily (shirt, shorts, sweatshirt, athletic shoes, and socks). Students may wear plain black or navy blue sweatpants (no writing or logos) on cold days.
  • 19. Students are expected to…
    refrain from wearing any bulky or loose fitting jewelry. i.e watches, bracelets, earrings.
  • 20. Students are Expected to…
    remain outside the P.E. locker rooms and equipment room at all times, unless otherwise authorized by a South Lake staff member.
  • 21. Students are Expected to…
    Leave all P.E. equipment alone until a teacher gives permission for its use.
  • 22. Students are expected to…
    Dress in a manner that meets both school and physical education dress guidelines.
    Wear shorts appropriately.
    Do NOT write on or CUT uniform in any way.
    If the uniform becomes inappropriate, it will need to be repaired or replaced.
  • 23. Students are Expected to…
    demonstrate good citizenship and sportsmanship at all times. Rude, inconsiderate and/or inappropriate language or behavior will NOT BE TOLERATED!
  • 24. Students are expected to…
    Turn in mile make-up assignments or lose six points off your grade for no mile make-up.
    -6 points
  • 25. Students are expected to …
    Provide a note from parents if activity needs to be modified. (after 3 days a doctor’s note is required)
    Please modify P.E.
    for…
  • 26. Students are Expected to…
    complete an observation form on those days when full exclusion is requested. It is the responsibility of the student to return the completed form to the teaching assistants at the end of class to receive full, partial, or no credit for that day. This applies to non-suits as well.
  • 27. Students are expected to…
    Discuss and sign the P.E. syllabus with their parents.
    Keep the P.E syllabus in the pocket of their planner for future reference.

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