~FIELD DAY VOLUNTEER FORMS~
DUE ON MAY 31! THANK YOU!
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS!
If it is a P.E. day, make sure that you have good running shoes on!
Here is the P.E. schedule:
Yellow and Green Days: Hayden, Morris, Colling Fowler, and Bens
Orange and Violet Days: LaCross, Todd, Shaheen Stasyk, and Husek
Blue and Red Days: Hoehing, Perkins-Rose, Lynch, Pavlovich, and Camaj
So get those tennis shoes on and let's have some FUN!
MAY AND JUNE in P.E. Class!
Mr. Fun Guy from Cutting Edge Athletics was here
with his coaches! What a FANTASTIC day in P.E.!
~Check out all the photos below~
Units: THE MILE JOG, FITNESS TESTING/Movin' and Groovin' Results
THE MILE JOG
Students will have two or more practices of running on the track as a lead up to The Mile Jog Evaluation.
The students have been encouraged all year, and will be reminded to beat their time from the fall.
The following is the rubric in which students earn their grade in this Mile Jog Evaluation.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Grade:
4 = 10 minutes or less (10 Points)
3 = 10:01 – 14:00 minutes (10:01-12:00 is 9 Points) (12:01-14:00 is 8 Points)
2 = 14:01 – 18:00 minutes (7 Points)
1=18:01 +(6 Points)
4th and 5th Grade:
4 = 9 minutes or less (10 Points)
3 = 9:01 – 13:00 minutes (9:01-11:00 is 9 Points) (11:01-13:00 is 8 Points)
2 = 13:01 – 17:00 minutes (7 Points)
1=17:00 +(6 Points)
Kindergarten will jog/walk a half mile during this time to prepare for the mile next year as a 1st grader.
Students that run the mile in 7:30 or less, will have the option to
participate in an all school run off on Field Day!
Students will complete their P.E. Portfolios for the 2018/2019 school year. They will complete the following:
The Mile Jog (walk)
Sit and Reach
Field Day Events!
Students work on skills found in the events of Field Day!
Our most popular event:
THE HIGH JUMP
If there is time available, we will also be practicing the following events:
The Shuttle Relay
The 50 Yard Dash
The Tug A War
Field Day Volunteer Forms coming soon!
This year's theme in P.E. is: MOVIN' and GROOVIN'!
Our focus will be on the 3 Types of Exercise: Muscular Strength, Aerobic Endurance, and Flexibility. With that, students in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade will be tracking their performance in these areas in their P.E. Portfolios, using the standards from FITNESSGRAM. We will be practicing jogging (running endurance) every month, to improve our Mile Jog score from Fall to Spring. We will be working on our techniques in the Push Up and Curl Up every month, trying to increase our performance. Finally, we will be doing the Sit and Reach each month to further our stretch and flexibility. Our goal will be to improve each time, but especially from Pre to Post Test, or Fall to Spring results. I know we will get better each time!
Grading in P.E. Class
Kindergarten NOT graded in Specials Classes
Students can earn the following scores:
4 = Exemplary
3 = Proficient
2 = Partially Proficient
1 = Not Proficient
Students are graded on each skill that we complete in class, and for the report card,
are also graded on Effort and Violet's Lifeskills.
Students have two Target Goals in every P.E. class to accomplish, along with learning the importance of our LIFESKILLS, Lifelong Guidelines, and The 7 Habits of Happy Kids. These social aspects are just as important as the motor and sports skills learned in Physical Education class, as our students learn to be a responsible, caring All Stars!
I am SO EXCITED to be your child's/children's Physical Education Teacher!