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Physical education is a class in which students will:
- Develop and refine physical skills related to team, individual and lifetime sports.
- Learn to work with others in game-like situations to develop sportsmanship, teamwork and proper social skills.
- Learn about physical fitness and participate in various activities that improve and maintain fitness throughout life.
- Be evaluated on their knowledge of these areas through daily participation and written quizzes.
All students are required to wear PE clothes for class every day. This includes a t-shirt or sweatshirt, shorts or sweatpants and tennis shoes with socks. It is unacceptable to wear school clothes over PE clothes. Regardless of weather, students must be prepared to dress everyday.
* Students are encouraged to wear school colors and Napoleon Pirate clothing.
PE lockers will be assigned each grading period. Students are responsible for providing a combination lock to keep personal belongings safe. Locks may be rented from the office. The majority of locker room theft is due to student irresponsibility; not closing or locking the locker, leaving items on the floor or bench after class and sharing lock combinations with others.
Grades are earned not given. Students will earn their grade from the following criteria.
- Follows directions, class rules and has self control
- Being prepared, properly dressed and on time for class
- Shows an honest effort and actively participates
- Demonstrates sportsmanship, teamwork and appropriate behavior
* NON-PARTICIPATION EXCUSE REQUIRES A NOTE FROM A DOCTOR
Respect our learning environment and each other
Use appropriate language
Be on time for class and attendance
No gum, food or drinks in the gym and locker room
Use the restroom during your time not class time
Keep the locker room picked up
Week of September , 5, 2016: New squad leaders, Announce the 1 mile run date, Continue the kickball unit with new teams and start tournament play. This will be the last week for kickball. The next unit will be golf. Students need to be prepared to be outside.
Week of September 12, 2016 : Start the golf unit with the video jug instructional video. Review the
safety procedures and safe clear zone. Demonstrate proper rotation and all clear prompts. Partner up, choose one golf club to share. Practice easy swings at the pirate driving range. Monitor transitions from golfer to shagger and back. Hole in one contest starts on Friday.
Week of September 19, New squad leaders, warm ups. Complete the golf unit if necessary. Open gym with 5 activity centers and introduce football center out side. Possible use of the fitness room. Next unit will be soccer skills and drills along with lead up games.
Week of September 26, 2016. New squad leaders. Modify procedures to better match up to shorter classes. Announce the mile run trial. Soccer tag lead up game working on foot skills, ball management and control. Progress to 2 way soccer with closer to game like action. Keep score and rotate team groupings.
Week of October 3, 2016. Begin outdoor soccer games. Students must be prepared to participate outside if the tem p. is above 40 degrees. Review rules, game procedures, team roations. Pick teams and names, assign colors. Log in total points and win loss record.
Week of October 10, 2016: New squad leaders. Start jump rope warm ups and routine. Open gym and centers on Monday. Introduce the football unit with spiral throw and catch, pass patterns on white board. QB, snap and receiver responsibilities. Pass connection lead up game.
Week of October 17, 2016: Jump rope warm up routines. Start modified flag football games. Review rules in detail, demonstrate flag belt system, pick teams. Out side weather permitting. Next unit will be volleyball.
Week of October 24, 2016: Mile run out side if weather permits. Introduce volleyball, bump, set, serve drills. Review rules, rotation. Choose teams for 2-3 days of games. Last week of the first 9 weeks.
Week of October 31, 2016: New squad leaders, cals and warm up. 1/2 mile run. Started basketball unit last week. dribble drills, passing and knock out games. Right hand , left hand, alternate hand dribble. Chest pass, bounce pass, over head pass to partners.
Week of November 7th: New squad leaders. Challenge day for 7 th graders. Modify teams and games until tomorrow. Planning on 3 on 3 basketball games. Review rules, pick teams and begin game play.
Week of November 14, 2016. Mile run this week. Looking for best times due to outside trial and warm weather. Continue basketball mini tournaments. Round robin rotation. Allow 8 minute games before rotation. Record win and loss record.
Week of November 21, 2016: Start volleyball unit with bump, set, hit and serving drills. Group of 4 circle bump, set drill. Total successful bumps, sets in a row competition. Spend extra time on overhand serving. Move closer to the net, break down progression, practice skill.
Week of November 28th, 2016: Welcome back. New squad leaders. 4 minute run warm up with cals. Continue volleyball unit with review of bump, set, serve circle drills. Form teams, review rules, demonstrate rotation of players. Start game play activity.
Week of December 5, 2016: New squad leaders, 5 minute run with timer. Introduce pacer fitness test. Continue volleyball games, pool play.
Week of December 12, 2016: Announce the 1 mile run date. Finish pool play and start bracket play volleyball. Perform the mile run, make up mile and re-runs.
Week of December 19, 2016: Open gym Monday, centers along with per fit room open for choice work out. Friday is modified schedule. All lockers are to be cleaned out and locks removed.
Week of January 9th 2016: Welcome back. first day of the new quarter. Hand out and review rules, assign lockers, record locks. Organize class into squads.First unit will be Hockey starting on Thursday. Review hockey stick technique, positions, goalie responsibility. choose teams start game play. 3 minute rotations, 5 players on court.
Week of January 16, 2017: Started BB unit insted of hockey. Dribble drills, Knock out lead up games. Students choose own groups to play mini games. Review rules, Game play.
Week of Feburary 6, 2017: Introduce progressive cals. 4 minute run. Start the hockey unity by reviewing safety procedures and concerns. Use white board for positions and goalie responsibilities. Choose teams, start the activity with one game, two teams.