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PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                        Mrs. McGilvery

 

COURSE PURPOSE

            Physical education classes identify certain health, sport and fitness concepts that will empower the students to be able to exercise, and to compose a workout or play a game on their own while knowing the correct fundamental skills and safety precautions.

 

WILCOX HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT LEARNER OUTCOMES – “BE CHARGER STRONG”

  • BE academically excellent by…
    • Reading, comprehending, and producing a variety of materials in a variety of fields of study.
    • Being self-directed and determined in your educational endeavors.
    • Maximizing the development of your intellectual capacities.
  • Be a CHARGER citizen who…
    • Actively participates in the community and acts as a caretaker of the environment.
    • Respects diversity.
    • Demonstrates integrity, responsibility, and perseverance.
  • Be a STRONG critical thinker and communicator who…
    • Demonstrates critical thought.
    • Clearly conveys information and ideas in written and visual form.

Speaks with clarity and listens to understand

 

 

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS

  • ALL school rules will be followed in my classroom environment.
  • Be ON TIME for class – inside the locker room by the tardy bell and the class roll call within five minutes.
  • SUIT UP FOR P.E. in the Wilcox athletic shirt/shorts combination uniform with safe athletic shoes. Plain black, grey or white sweat pants and sweatshirts are permitted.  Students may also wear a plain grey t-shirt and black, mesh shorts (with no pockets and a 9 inch inseam).  Please see Parent/Student Handbook.
  • Participate ACTIVELY for the ENTIRE class period.
  • Refer to Parent/Student Handbook for cheating policy.
  • Respect fellow students, instructor, and school property.
  • NO FOOD or DRINKS in classroom or in P.E (Water is OK).
  • Stay with the class in the P.E. area until dismissed by the teacher or the bell.
  • Be responsible for his/her combination lock. Each student is assigned a school lock and locker for the entire time they are in physical education class. Should the student lose or misplace their lock they will be charged

$8 for a replacement. Students that leave their personal belongings outside of a locker or in an unlocked locker may receive detention after school.

 

 

 

CONSEQUENCES

  • They may include any of the following: loss of points from overall grade, warning, referral, detention, or dismissal from class.
  • Tardies
    • 4  –  6 tardies = One hour detention    
    • 7  –  9 tardies = two hour detention
    • 10 – 12 tardies = Referral for Saturday school
  • Non-suits
    • 4 non-suits = 1 hour detention
    • 3 non-suits in a row = 1 hour detention
    • EACH non-suit after 4 = 2 hour detention
    • Referral per teachers discretion for excessive non-suits

 

GRADING POLICY P.E

 

The quarterly grade for Physical Education is based on:

  • Every student will receive 10 points each hour for being in class, dressed in proper uniform and participating in class activities the entire class time.
  • Fitness runs are performed during the block days
    • the students get 10 points for four laps  in 20 minutes. 8 points for 3 laps in 20 minutes. Less than 3 laps 0 points. No points are earned for any laps completed over 20 minutes.
      • Wednesday periods 2, 4 and 6
      •  Thursday periods 1, 3 and 5

 

60% = Participation (sportsmanship, behavior and attitude)   

20%= Fitness Runs

20%= Skill tests

 

PARTICIPATION DEDUCTIONS

-10 pts                   NON-SUITS               

-5 pts                     NOT WEARING FULL UNIFORM                

-2 pts.                    TARDIES

-(1to10) pts.           FOR POOR SPORTMANSHIP, CONDUCT, LANGUAGE, LACK OF ACTIVITY  

                                 PARTICIPATION.

 

LOCKER ROOM POLICY

 

            FIVE MINUTES DRESS TIME is allowed at the beginning and end of class. Students are not to be in the Locker Room while other students are out in classes. Restrooms will be open in the gyms for students use. Swimming will be allowed more time to shower.

 

MAKE-UP WORK

 

            Make-up work will be allowed for absences, medical excuse from participation, counseling appointment, and field trips. Make-up work is NOT permitted for participation cuts.

A STUDENT MUST MAKE UP PARTICIPATION POINTS IF THEY ARE

ABSENT OR MISSED CLASS.

Make up Day: Every Wednesday after 6th period.

  • If the student missed a regular day (Monday, Tuesday or Friday) the make-up consists  on running one mile.  Please give the teacher a least one day advance notice.
  • If the student missed a block day (Wednesday or Thursday) the make-up consist on running 2 and a half miles to make up the regular participation as well as his/her fitness run.

           

MEDICAL EXCUSES AND PARENT’S NOTES

 

            Students may be excused from an activity with a parent’s note, up to three days, but with a pending make-up for each day missed. Medical excuses longer than three days must be cleared through the Nurse’s Office.

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