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Physical Education Student Resources

Locker Room and Dress:

  • Students are to enter the locker room via hall - they should not be late to Two lates = one (1) cut.
  • They are to change into shorts, T-shirts, and sneakers must be laced or zipper Casual wear sneakers or sneakers with heels or soles greater than 1” are strictly prohibited. A warm-up or sweats are suggested for the cooler weather. Jeans are not to be worn for Physical Education class. All jewelry must be removed.
  • For safety reasons, there is to be no fooling around in the locker room or adjacent areas.
  • All electronic devices, cell phones, and earbuds must be secured in the students PE locker. Students will lose points in accordance with the grading policy if they have those items during
  • After changing, students are to wait in an assigned area (outside the locker room, near the PA room, ) and then escorted to their teaching area. No student is to go directly outdoors or to a gymnasium unescorted. Students are not to engage in any activity without a teacher present.
  • After class students will go back to the locker room to change and will not proceed to their next period class until the bell rings. Students MUST stay on the lower level until the bell

Locks/Locker Distribution: Students will be issued a locker for their personal use only. The combination should be kept secret and lockers should be safely secured before leaving the locker room.

Medicals: The P.E. teacher will handle a one-day medical. The nurse will process extended excuses and students will be assigned by their PE teacher to a Sportsfolio class for the extended (more than 3 weeks) period. If a student is injured in a physical education class, it is to be reported to the Physical Education teacher immediately. A MEDICAL IS NOT RETROACTIVE.

Grading Policy: Grades will be calculated as follows:

Students will be graded daily based on a 5 Point Rubric. Students will receive a point for each of the following (note: you will lose a point for having you cellphone present):

1 - Attendance

1 - Preparedness - Student has changed into appropriate PE attire, locked up all belongings, and is ready to participate.

1 - Preparedness 2.0 - All Cellular devices, Earbuds, electronics have been secured in the locker.

1 - Participation - Student meets all participation requirements set forth by the teacher on that day.

1 - Social Emotional Contribution - Student contributes to class in a positive way.

Note: Project Adventure grading percentiles for grading are 60% daily performance, 20% rubric and individual improvement, and 20% journal completion. Make-ups remain the same.

Please visit teachers personal websites for any additional grading information.

Attendance Policy: If the student has more than five (5) absences within the first two (2) marking periods, he or she may be dropped from the course.

Curriculum/ Schedule of Activities: Acquaint students with the curriculum. Ninth graders will be responsible for taking one semester of “Fitness Concepts” and a second semester of the “Introduction to PA”. The tenth and eleventh grade curriculum is based on the eight sport categories (team passing sports, net/wall sports, striking/ fielding sports, target sports, dance and aesthetics, aquatics, personal performance activities and personal fitness activities). A different activity has been selected for each sport category. Finally, as twelfth graders, students have an opportunity to excel in either a full year project adventure course (that includes a ropes course) or two of the eight sport categories. The overall objective of the grade-specific curricula is to assist the student to become physically active and physically fit, acquire knowledge of the benefits of physical activity, health and wellness, and the principles of fitness, and to become an independent decision-maker who can plan his or her own personal fitness plan.

Health and Safety Precautions: Jewelry: with the utmost regard for student safety and in conjunction with district policy, students will be required to remove ALL jewelry (including watches, rings, bracelets, body piercing decorations, etc.) before participating in physical education class. When removal of such items raises medical concerns, students must provide a doctor’s note. Further, it is the student’s responsibility to completely cover the jewelry in question with tape and/or Band-Aids. If the student does not follow this procedure, he or she will not be allowed to participate in physical education class for that day and will not receive credit. Mouthguards: are recommended for all students who wear braces.

Gum Chewing: There is to be no gum chewing during physical education classes.

Lessons, Guidance Passes, etc.: Students must report to PE class first, get their pass initialed by their PE teacher and then proceed. These classes can be made up according to our make-up policy.


Make-up classes meet everyday. They begin at 6:40am and 1:45pm.

Make-up signs are posted outside each locker room. Soon you will have some students that will need to make up classes. Please remind them to read these signs.

The following information will assist you:

  • Legal absences from PE may be made up in before or after school make-up classes (6:40 -7:10; 1:45 -2:27) at a rate of not more than two per day. This must be completed within two weeks of the legal
  • “A” Days “After School” and “B” Days “Before School” are in the
  • “A” Days before school and “B” Days after school are non pool fitness
  • The activity will be fitness based for a period of 25
  • Students unprepared for class must make up each class as provided
  • Illegal absence (cut) may not be made
  • If the student misses a “swim class” they must make it up with a “swim make-up”
  • The student will not be allowed to make up class, if he/she arrives to the make-up class


Sportsfolio - a medical note should be in prior to the date in which sportsfolio will begin. An “Until Further Notice” medical is valid up to two months. If the student expects to be out longer, the doctor must state “school year”, “four months” etc.

Swimming, Water Sports or Canoeing : All students must successfully complete a unit in swimming, water sports or canoeing to pass physical education for the semester.