PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXPECTATIONS
MAKE YOUR DAY
No one has the right to interfere with the education, safety, and well-being of others
"Are you doing what's expected?" "Are you doing your best?"
A. ALL students are required to wear PE uniforms purchased from student store
B. Legibly print last name on front and back of T-shirt and on leg of shorts
C. Shoes: Any athletic shoe with proper support, tied laces, or Velcro fasteners
No skate shoes, slip-on shoes, or boots.
D. Sweats and/or sweatshirts may be worn over uniform when cold and/or rainy
E. No decoration on uniform, midriff showing, or pants sagging
II. UNIFORM POLICIES
A. Be prepared for class every day wearing required uniform
B. Any student partially suited up receives reduction in daily points
C. Non-suits will have option of step 1 for period or participate with partial loss of points
III. LOCKER ROOM EXPECTATIONS
A. Every student is assigned a locker and lock and must pay the fine if lock is lost
B. Belongings must be locked up at all times
C. Use proper language and responsible behavior
D. Personal hygiene is important
E. No photography and no electronics
IV. SAFETY EXPECTATIONS
A. No gum chewing in class/ No food or beverage allowed
B. Follow all instructions
C. Do not touch any equipment unless instructed to do so
D. Do not leave class without permission from your teacher
E. Students wearing jewelry will not be allowed to participate and points will be lost.
F. Recommend no new piercings during the PE class semester
G. Stay in locker room after showering and changing until bell rings
V. MEDICAL EXCUSES
A. Parent note needed to be excused for one or two days (daily points lost)
B. Doctor's note needed to be excused for more than two days (daily points lost)
C. Note from parent or doctor allows student opportunity to make-up lost points
VI. MAKE UP SESSIONS
A. Ten Tuesdays (8 after school, 2 before school) - dates and times posted in locker rooms, newsletter, and teacher websites. Student must be dressed in uniform, on time, and fully participating to receive make up points.
B. Make ups may be used for
1. Non-participation with written medical excuse
3. Extra credit
C. May not be used for "refusing to participate" points loss
John Sedgwick - Standards Based Grading
Standard 1: Students demonstrate skills and apply concepts to a variety of physical activities
(Skills Performance, cardio improvement, Heart Rate Monitor Fitness Measurements)
90 points per Quarter
10 points per week
Standard 2: Students participate in regular physical activity to establish and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness (daily participation, effort, suiting up, daily warm-ups/run, make-ups when absent, personal improvement of fitness tests).
Approx. 180 points per quarter
Each absence is 5 points
Participation entered weekly
Standard 3: Students recognize that physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment, self-expression, and social interaction (Safety, Sportsmanship, Rules)
50 points per quarter
Entered once per quarter
CBA, FITT, Fitness Plans, Tests, Goal Setting, Five Components of Fitness
STUDENT NAME CLEARLY PRINTED:___________________________________________________
I have read, reviewed and will abide by the John Sedgwick Junior High 2012-2013 PE Expectations.
Parents, with our weather in Washington being so unpredictable, and PE planning to be outside this Fall, your student may need a few more items for PE. A sweatshirt, extra socks, and PE shoes would be nice to have when the grass is wet and ia bit chilly out.