• Physical Education

    • Physical Education is part of general education and it is directed and centered on the total well being of the student. It is important for the development of physical, social and mental skills. The skills obtained from the physical education environment will allow the student to develop an attitude, which will prepare him/her for a lifelong pursuit of being physically fit.

    PE Rules & Expectations

      1. Listen and follow directions- do what you are expected to do and when you are expected to do it.
      2. Stay on task- whether you are waiting for your turn in line or performing each skill.
      3. Respect those around you- your teacher and fellow students.
      4. Participate to the best of your ability- 100% effort, 100% of the time.

      Students who do not follow these rules and expectations will receive consequences for their actions. Consequences include the following: warnings, time outs, and office discipline referrals. Defiance at any time will not be tolerated.



      • Non-Academic- 10%
        Demonstrates effective self-management skills that enable them to safely participate in physical activity on a daily basis.

        Participation- 40%
        Participates in developmentally appropriate activities. Participation will be graded on a daily basis.

        Performance/Knowledge- 40%
        Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns, understands movement concepts, principles, strategies and tactics as they apply to learning and performance of physical activities.

        Sportsmanship- 10%
        Applies sportsmanship guidelin