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Old Mill High School Physical Education & Dance. Physical Education Courses Fitness for Life Fitness for Life II Team Sports Teams Sports II, III, IV.

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1 Old Mill High School Physical Education & Dance

2 Physical Education Courses Fitness for Life Fitness for Life II Team Sports Teams Sports II, III, IV Walking Wellness Weight Training Weight Training II, III, IV Aerobics Lifetime Sports Recreational Leadership

3 Dance Courses Dance Dance II, III, IV Dance Company Dance for Athletes

4 Rules and Procedures Tardy Policy These are our classroom doors!

5 Tardy Policy If you are not inside the locker room doors by the time the bell rings YOU ARE TARDY. Report to the Tardy Table to get a pass. If you return earlier enough you can change for class. If you do not your belongings will be stored in a closet and you will receive no credit for the class.

6 Electronics No phones, IPods, MP3 Players, or any other electrical devices are allowed in the P.E. or Dance learning areas – Weight Room – Dance Room – Mini-Gym – Main Gym – Outside Fields

7 Food and Drink No food or drinks are allowed in the P.E. or Dance learning areas with the exception of water. – All food and drinks will be confiscated and thrown away.

8 Book Bags & Purses P.E. & Dance classes do not require a book bag or any materials that need to be brought to class. All books and bags need to be locked in the locker room.

9 Hats P.E. is a hat friendly area as long as: – They are not a safety concern – They are appropriate for school – They do not create a distraction for learning

10 Physical Education Standard #6 Standard 6 Social Psychological Principles – Students will demonstrate the ability to use skills essential for developing self-efficacy, fostering a sense of community, and working effectively with others in physical activity settings.

11 Uniforms $25 for the set $13 if bought individually

12 Shoes You must wear shoes appropriate for physical activity Good Bad

13 Uniform Grading Policy Everyday you will be graded on a 5 point scale – Dresses in the OM uniform & wearing the proper shoes 5 points – Dresses in a portion of the OM uniform & wearing proper shoes 4 points – Dressed in clothing appropriate for physical activity but not the OM uniform with proper shoes 3 points – Correct OM uniform but improper shoes 2 points – Appropriate clothes but not the OM uniform with improper shoes 1 point – Refuses to wear proper clothes 0 points and phone call home.

14 Reasons for not Dressing A note from a doctor that excuses you from ALL physical activity. – Concussion No other excuse is acceptable – Feeling sick – Sprained ankle – Broken hand, arm, leg – Note from parent – Menstruation

15 What it looks like Proper Shirt Proper Shorts

16 Cold Weather Policy You can wear sweat pants & shirt over your uniform when there is inclement weather. Wind Breaker Sweat Pants

17 Rental Uniforms If you do not have the correct uniform we will rent you appropriate clothes for the period –.50 cents per item – Must be returned at the end of class – If you do not have the money they will be given to you and you will owe the P.E. Department the money.

18 When you dont wear your uniform You have 1 piece of the uniform on but not the other

19 When you dont wear your uniform Tee Shirt Athletic Shorts Proper Shoes

20 If you are determined to fail We will call home and inform your parents that you refused to prepare yourself for class

21 Daily Participation Grade Every student is expected to participate to the best of their ability every class. Your daily grade will be a reflection of your effort as it relates to your fitness goals.

22 Physical Education Standard #5 Standard 5 Physical Activity – Students will demonstrate the ability to use the principles of exercise physiology, social psychology, and biomechanics to design and adhere to a regular, personalized, purposeful program of physical activity consistent with their health, performance, and fitness goals in order to gain health and cognitive/academic benefits

23 Daily Grading Area of Assessment National Standard #5 Physical Activity National Standard #6 Social & Psychologic al Principles Student follows directions, is not disruptive, & participates with outstanding effort in activities. Student follows directions, is not disruptive, & participates with full effort in activities. Student causes minor distractions, but participates with full effort in every activity. Student causes minor distractions & participates with some effort in activities. Student causes minor distracti ons & participa tes with little effort in activities. Student causes major disruption s and/or does not participate in activities. PARTICIPATION RUBRIC FOR P.E. CLASSES

24 Accountability Program Old Mill Physical Education Accountability System In the event that you are not dressed for activity, tardy to your learning area or in an area of the Physical Education Department without permission the following disciplinary action will be taken: 1 st Offense- Warning 2 nd Offense- Warning 3 rd Offense- Detention 4 th Offense- Friday Detention 5 th Offense- Saturday School Tardiness is defined as arriving at your designated area after instruction or activity has started.

25 Next Class We will dress for physical activity but it does NOT have to be the proper uniform. -The proper uniform is needed by the end of next week. - Rentals will begin the 4 th class of the quarter.


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