Week 3

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.

September 10, 2019

Week 2 September 10 – 12

Kindergarten and First grade – In physical education students will be focusing on Cooperation through working with each other making matching jump rope routines and parachute activities. Please note if a student needs temporary excuse from physical activity a communication is expected from the Dr. and/or parent describing the activity level limitations, and length of time of temporary excuse. The student will be expected to participate with a specific assignment that may include part of their physical therapy, officiating from the side lines, guided observation of students or teacher, or written work specific to lesson content. A note from Dr. and/or parent is necessary for the students return to full activity.  Thank you, Mrs. Campbell  

Second and Third grade – In physical education students are working through stations of recess games to clarify rules and to identifying health related fitness components. Please note if a student needs temporary excuse from physical activity a communication is expected from the Dr. and/or parent describing the activity level limitations, and length of time of temporary excuse. The student will be expected to participate with a specific assignment that may include part of their physical therapy, officiating from the side lines, guided observation of students or teacher, or written work specific to lesson content. A note from Dr. and/or parent is necessary for the students return to full activity.  Thank you, Mrs. Campbell 

Fourth and Fifth grade – In physical education students are working on health and skill fitness components as related to games we play. Please note if a student needs temporary excuse from physical activity a communication is expected from the Dr. and/or parent describing the activity level limitations, and length of time of temporary excuse. The student will be expected to participate with a specific assignment that may include part of their physical therapy, officiating from the side lines, guided observation of students or teacher, or written work specific to lesson content. A note from Dr. and/or parent is necessary for the students return to full activity.  Thank you, Mrs. Campbell 

 

Sixth, Seventh and Eighth grade – In physical education the students are expected to understand Phases of Exercise in preparation to be Servant Leaders who can design and implement the beginning of class warm-up. Please note if a student needs temporary excuse from physical activity a communication is expected from the Dr. and/or parent describing the activity level limitations, and length of time of temporary excuse. The student will be expected to participate with a specific assignment that may include part of their physical therapy, officiating from the side lines, guided observation of students or teacher, or written work specific to lesson content. A note from Dr. and/or parent is necessary for the students return to full activity.  Thank you, Mrs. Campbell 

 

 

Physical Education News  Week 1 September 3rd5th 

K – 8 In Physical Education we have reviewed class rules and protocols through the games from Adventure Curriculum. This includes; stop and start signals, request to leave the class, evaluation rubric, and being responsible for equipment. Students know to inform me of physical or emotional injuries. They know where the first aid kit is located, and that it is most important in an emergency to be quiet.   

Mrs. Campbell