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November – Diabetes Awareness Month  EXTRA CREDIT –  Read, reasearch and write 3 sentences about a person who is living with Type I diabetes (family member, artist, pro athlete, musical artist, CEO).  The final draft should be a complete paragraph, good sentence structure, good hand writing, and maybe include a picture!  Due November 21,2019

Week 12 November 19,2019

Kindergarten through Third Grade – The students will be able to improve their movement gymnastics skills as indpendent learners. Wow, these last two weeks they have shown great strides in developing self- direction as independent and confident learners doing balance beam, tumbling, and twist and turns! SLE Life-long learner. Many 2nd and 3rd graders have moved through the list of gymnastic skills, done a self check off, and then asked for my check! Encouragement and confidence abound!  SLE Effective communicator.

Fourth grade – The students will beable to gain confidence in their abilities of archery!  Many celebrate multiple hits in the blue and red areas of the target. Some have hit the bullseye or as Mark likes to call it the “Eagles” eye!  I got to shoot next to Jordan, Umma, Stella and Jack!  I’m impressed with their focus! Encouragement and confidence abound!  SLE Effective communicator.

Fifth Grade – The students will be able to understand self support, counter balance and supporting others as they build 4 and 5 man stunts.  They have new groups to work with and have made human pyramids. SLE An effective communicator who demonstrates growth in self-confidence and encourages confidence in others.

Sixth Grade – The students will be able to use concepts of counter balance in the  combatives/wrestling unit.  Combatives are simple games of one on one challenges like arm wrestling, leg wrestling, palm push etc.  Coach Devyn Wolf, our Assumption School wrestling coach, will teach two lessons of wrestling.  SLE Life-long learner -problem solve.

Seventh Grade – The students will be able to problem solve as they seek answers to play Team Handball and bowl.  In Team Handball, a game with simple rules, the students are expected to play with all ( 5 passes before a shot taken) and without a referee. Play safe, fair and hard ( heart rate and respiration rate increased).    In bowling the students are expected to solve how to knock most pins possible!  SLE Life-long learner -problem solve.

Eighth Grade – The students will be able to referee a peer basketball game using signals for violations and fouls.  All students are beginning their final evaluation.            SLE An effective communicator who demonstrates growth in self-confidence and encourages confidence in others.

Week 11 November 12, 2019  Conferences

Week 10 November 5, 2019

Kindergarten through Third Grade in physical education the students will be able to understand and improve movement gymnastic skills so as to prepare a routine. An effective communicator who demonstrates growth in self-confidence and encourages confidence in others.

Fourth Grade in physical education the students will continue to improve shooting the bow and arrow, by being consistent with the NASP 11 Steps to success.  A engaged active life-long learner who is a self-motivated learner.

Fifth Grade in physical education the students will be able to understand self support, counter balance and supporting others as we begin to build 2 -3 man stunts. An effective communicator who demonstrates growth in self-confidence and encourages confidence in others.

Sixth Grade in physical education the students will be able to articulate which fitness components are needed to perform the sport of their silhouette.  Check out the red silhouettes on the gym walls!  A engaged active life-long learner who researches and problem solves.

Seventh Grade in physical education the students will be able to demonstrate understanding of how to play team handball, cooperating with all teammates for success for all.  A person of integrity accepts responsibility for personal behavior.

Eighth grade in physical education the student will be able to improve on their performance as a referee. An effective communicator who demonstrates growth in self-confidence and encourages confidence in others.

 

October – HEALTHY LUNG MONTH

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Week 09 October 29, 2019

K – 5 In physical education have been studying the skeletal systems functions of protection and structure.  SLE. A life-long learner reads and researches and problem solves.

5th – 8th In physical education will gain information about substance abuse prevention from the Bellingham in Schools Officer, Officer Kranzler, on Thursday October 31st.

Week 08 October 22, 2019

Kindergarten – In physical education students can tell you about the ribs protecting the lungs and how to keep their lungs healthy.  SLE 2. A life-long learner reads and researches 

First grade – In physical education students can tell you about the where the lungs are located and how to keep their lungs healthy.  SLE 2. A life-long learner reads and researches 

Second grade – In physical education students can tell you about the parts of the lungs and how to keep their lungs healthy.  SLE 2. A life-long learner reads and researches. 

Third grader – In physical education students have begun to do experiments with breathing to understand how their lungs work involuntarily and voluntarily. SLE 2. A life-long learner reads and researches. They have finished inline skating with flying colors!  

Fourth grade – In physical education the students will begin archery! We will start with memorizing the 11 Steps of success, and the whistle commands. SLE An Effective communicator actively listens 

Fifth grade – In physical education the students have successfully played flag football games 5v5.  They will review their fitness level. SLE A life-long learner who is self-motivated 

Sixth grade – In physical education the students have successfully played flag football games 5v5.  They will review their fitness level. SLE A life-long learner who is self-motivated 

Seventh grade- In physical education have finished bicycle safety and fitness on a high note.  All are safe and healthy.  Thank you to Mr. Zang, Mrs. Rush, Mrs. Rodriguez- Stiff and Mrs. Johnson for riding and vehicle support. The students had a great time at the new pump track, and trying Bicycle Polo, a new sport in Bellingham! They will review their fitness level. SLE A life-long learner who is self-motivated 

 Eighth grade – In physical education the students have learned clarification of the game of rugby from the Western Washington University Rugby team players.  Thank you Mr. Lockhart for recruiting the players!  Students will review the curl up and push up tests.  SLE A life-long learner who is self-motivated 

Week 07 October 15, 2019

Kindergarten – In physical education students will practice keeping their eye on the ball and manipulate ball with their feet. and improve their shoulder strength through a variety of changing challenges.  SLE An engaged life-long learner is a self- motivated learner. 

First grade – In physical education students will practice keeping their eye on the ball and manipulate ball with their feet. and improve their shoulder strength through a variety of changing challenges.  SLE An engaged life-long learner is a self- motivated learner. They will review the respiratory system, its location and function. SLE  A Life -long learner reads and problem solves. Healthy Lung month! Students gained understanding of the respiratory system and experienced breathing through a straw to simulate the difficulty of breathing as related to asthma. 

Second grade –In physical education students have reviewed the respiratory system, its location and function. They continue to improve ball handling skills related to soccer.  SLE  A Life -long learner reads and problem solves.  

 Third grade – In physical education students are demonstrating their best inline skate skills for evaluation! We will begin to review the respiratory system, its location and function. SLE Life- long learner reads and problem solves. 

Fourth grade – In physical education students are enjoying the final days of tennis playing games and practicing score keeping. SLE A person of integrity who consistently makes moral choices that preserve the sacredness of the human person. 

Fifth grade – In physical education students have reviewed the rules and will begin playing games to demonstrate knowledge and skill of Flag football.  Sportsmanship and humility are encouraged as we start playing games. SLE A person of integrity who consistently makes moral choices that preserve the sacredness of the human person. 

Sixth grade In physical education students have reviewed the rules and will begin playing games to demonstrate knowledge and skill of Flag football.  Sportsmanship and humility are encouraged as we start playing games. SLE A person of integrity who consistently makes moral choices that preserve the sacredness of the human person. 

Seventh grade – In Physical Education the students will finish the biking unit.  SLE – Effective communicator – demonstrates growth in self-confidence and encourages confidence in others. 

Eighth grade – In physical education the students have successfully taken the written rules test for Rugby. This week they will continue to play games of 7 per side with assistance from Western Washington University Rugby players!! Sportsmanship and humility are encouraged as we play games.SLE 4. A person of integrity who consistently makes moral choices that preserve the sacredness of the human person. 

 

Week 6 October 8, 2019    

Kindergarten – In physical education students will develop passing, kicking and trapping a ball. SLE  A life long learner works collaboratively.  

First grade –In physical education students will develop passing, kicking and trapping a ball. SLE  A life long learner works collaboratively.  

Second grade – In physical education students continue to work on ball handling skills using footballs and soccer in small groups at specific skill stations. SLE  A life long learner works collaboratively.  

Third grade – Third grade – In physical education students have mastered the scissor stop. They continue inline skill development that includes: “A” frame turns, swizzling, skating low, backward skating. Many students assist others and share their expertise!!   SLE  A life long learner works collaboratively.  

Fourth grade – In physical education students are practicing serving using the overhand serve.  We are blessed to be able to use the BHS tennis courts!!  You are welcomed to join us, Tuesdays at 8:15 or Thursdays at 2:15!!  SLE A life long learner works collaboratively.  

Fifth grade – In physical education students continue working on flag football skills and rules. Skill development continues: catching the hike, lateral, and forward pass, pulling flags and kicking (place kick and drop kick. Vocabulary – Scrimmage line, downs, quarter back, center, kick off, interception, and end zone. Watching some football games (High school, College or Pro) will help them understand the game.  Sportsmanship and humility are encouraged as we start playing games.  SLE  A life long learner works collaboratively.                                                                                            

Sixth grade – In physical education students continue to work in teams to develop flag football skills and knowledge.  Vocabulary – Scrimmage line, downs, quarter back, center, kick off, interception, and end zone. Watching some football games (High school, College or Pro) will help them understand the game.  Sportsmanship and humility are encouraged as we start playing games of 6v6.  SLE A life long learner works collaboratively.  

Seventh grade – In physical education we are riding off campus.  We rode to Cornwall park and the Orchard st trail. Bicycle police officers joined us! Safety is of most importance. Extra credit for the students – be the first of 3 to send me an email naming the police officers who road with us on Wednesday.   www.cob.org/documents/gis/maps/COB_Bikemap.pdf  SLE A life long learner works collaboratively.  

Eighth grade – In physical education the students have taken the written rules test for Rugby.  This week they are playing games of 5 per side and taking turns officiating and coaching for continued understanding of the game of Rugby.  Sportsmanship and humility are encouraged as we play games. Extra Credit for students – be the first of 3 to send me an email naming the players on the USA teams from Whatcom county.  SLE A life long learner works collaboratively.  

 

     

Week 5 October 1, 2019

October – HEALTHY LUNG MONTH

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Week 05 October 1,2019 

Kindergarten – In physical education the students continue to practice visual concentration on a moving object using bean bags and balls. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

First graders – In physical education the students continue to practice visual concentration on a moving object using bean bags and balls. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

Second graders – In physical education the students continue to practice soccer and football skills in small groups. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior. 

Third graders – In physical education the students will improve all in line skate skills and do a personal evaluation. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

Fourth grade – In physical education the students will be practicing returning the tennis ball to each other on the full tennis courts at BHS. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

Fifth grade – In physical education students will continue practicing flag football skills and rules. The focus is catching the hike, lateral, and forward pass, and pulling flags. They will begin understanding positions. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior. 

Sixth grade – In physical education students will begin practicing plays in the flag football unit, beginning by reviewing and practicing throwing and catching skills and doing a self-evaluation skill check. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

Seventh grade – In physical education the students will begin to ride off campus for the bike unit. Please join us if you can join us on Wednesdays or Thursdays. Bikes will be stored and safe in the Phys. Ed equipment room. SLE A person of integrity accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

Eighth grade – In physical education the students are practicing the game of Rugby with classmates taking turns coaching. SLE A person of integrity accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

Week 04 September 24, 2019  

Kindergarten – In physical education students will enhance personal development of visual concentration on a moving object using bean bags and balls.  SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

First grade –In physical education students will enhance personal development of visual concentration on a moving object using bean bags and balls. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior. 

Second grade – In physical education students continue working on ball handling skills using footballs and soccer through small groups at specific skill stations. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior.  

Third grade – In physical education students are beginning to improve the inline skate skill of stopping using the scissor stop and forward and backward swizzle.  SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior. 

Fourth grade – In physical education students are developing the tennis skills of forehand stroke. Ask your child about the base knuckle as a guide for the appropriate grip. We are blessed to be able to use the BHS tennis courts. SLE A person of integrity; accepts responsibility for personal behavior. 

Fifth grade – In Physical Education we will be blessed with a visit from Officer M. Kranzler to inform our students about substance abuse prevention, September 24th.  She will focus on alcohol, marijuana, nicotine and vaping.  SLE An effective communicator who; actively listens, articulates ideas.   https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/Quick-Facts-on-the-Risks-of-E-cigarettes-for-Kids-Teens-and-Young-Adults.html 

 Sixth grade – In Physical Education we will be blessed with a visit from Officer M. Kranzler to inform our students about substance abuse prevention, September 24th.  She will focus on alcohol, marijuana, nicotine and vaping.  SLE An effective communicator who; actively listens, articulates ideas.  https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/Quick-Facts-on-the-Risks-of-E-cigarettes-for-Kids-Teens-and-Young-Adults.html  Extra credit for first 3 students that give me information about Juul. 

Seventh grader – In Physical Education we will be blessed with a visit from Officer M. Kranzler to inform our students about substance abuse prevention, September 26th.  She will focus on alcohol, marijuana, nicotine and vaping.  SLE An effective communicator who; actively listens, articulates ideas.   https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/Quick-Facts-on-the-Risks-of-E-cigarettes-for-Kids-Teens-and-Young-Adults.html    Extra credit for first 3 students that give me information about Juul. 

Eighth grader – In Physical Education we will be blessed with a visit from Officer M. Kranzler to inform our students about substance abuse prevention, September 26th.  She will focus on alcohol, marijuana, nicotine and vaping. Please help your student prepare a pertinent question.  SLE An effective communicator who; actively listens, articulates ideas.  https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/Quick-Facts-on-the-Risks-of-E-cigarettes-for-Kids-Teens-and-Young-Adults.html     Extra credit for first 3 students that give me information about Juul. 

Week 3 September 17, 2019

Kindergarten – In physical education the students will continue working on personal space through jump rope series and cooperation around the parachute. An engaged active life-long learner who:  works collaboratively.  

First grade  In physical education the students will continue working on personal space through jump rope series and cooperation around the parachute. An engaged active life-long learner who:  works collaboratively. 

Second grade – In physical education the students have learned that during recess they can play a variety of activities that help them be happy with others and be healthy. An engaged active life-long learner who: works collaboratively. They will begin soccer/ football ball handling unit. 

Third grade – In physical education students have prepared to begin the Inline Skate unit. The students have learned that during recess they can play a variety of activities that help them be happy with others and be healthy. An engaged active life-long learner who: works collaboratively. 

Fourth grade – In physical education the students have learned that during recess the variety of activities that they play contribute to their fitness and good health.   An engaged active life-long learner who: works collaboratively. They have begun the tennis unit.  

Fifth grade – In physical education the students have made “fortune teller” to practice skills that relate to the skill fitness components. These activities contribute to improvement of their physical skills: agility, balance, speed, coordination, power and reaction time.  An engaged active life-long learner who: works collaboratively. They will begin the Flag football unit. 

Sixth grade – In physical education students worked on understanding Phases of a Workout by planning with their Servant Leadership groups activities.  They will then lead the class at a scheduled time throughout the year. An engaged active life-long learner who: works collaboratively. The students will begin Flag football. 

Seventh grade – In physical education students worked on understanding Phases of a Workout by planning with their Servant Leadership groups activities.  They will then lead the class at a scheduled time throughout the year. An engaged active life-long learner who: works collaboratively. The students will begin to ride on campus for the bike unit, September 25thThis week we will practice changing a flat tire. Please return permission slips for off campus rides, and sign up to support the rides!  Bikes will be stored and safe in the Phys. Ed equipment room for the unit 

Eighth grade – In physical education students worked on understanding Phases of a Workout by planning with their Servant Leadership groups activities.  They will then lead the class at a scheduled time throughout the year. An engaged active life-long learner who: works collaboratively. The students have begun practicing rugby skills and rules.