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1Coach Wylie, Coach Harvey & Ray and JamieWolmanElementaryPhysicalEducationCoach Wylie, Coach Harvey &Coach Hauhe
2PE Dress CodeIn accordance with the Katy ISD dress code as well as the elementary handbook, the following information does apply. It is for your safety and comfort in PE class.Crocs, Flip flops, boots, open toed sandals, dress shoes, cleats, Skecher wedges, heelys, spinners, fashion tennis shoes, Toms, Bobs, shoes with an open top and shoes with felt on the bottom and shoes with a strap across the back are hazardous and therefore NOT permissible.Girls must wear shorts under their dresses for various activities as well. Long dresses and skirts are not recommended for PE days as they could hinder movement.Your safety is a priority and by you making safe shoe choices for PE assures you will be able to participate in all activities safely.
3In Physical Education, we want to have fun while staying safe at the same time!
4These shoes were made for RUNNING… And that’s just what they’ll do… Tie ShoesElastic Shoes
5One of these days these shoes are gonna score a goal for you!!! Elastic ShoesVelcro Shoes
7They’ll trip you up all day… “Heelys”: for obvious reasons are not allowed for PE classes.
8Skechers Wedges and shoes with an open top are a NO!! These shoes do not offer protection for the top of the foot.These shoes have a wedge in the heel which make them unsafe for running.
9Hope you get the message then you won’t sit out from play!!! Some of the cutest shoes around…until the felt makes you slip and fall. So, make sure you check the soles.
10These shoes are a NO! Skinny Band Shoes Mary Janes We prefer these type of shoes not be worn for PE as there is a chance of the skinny straps breaking and the shoes becoming loose fitting, possibly falling off. As well, there is no protection for the top of the foot.Mary JanesEven though the shoes meet most requirements, the protection on top of the foot is not substantial and the buckle could cause injury.
12TEKS 4.5, 4.5B and 3.5, 3.5B: Select and use proper attire that promotes participation and prevents injury.TEKS 1.5 and 1.5B: Describe the importance of protectiveequipment in preventing injury such as helmets,elbow/knee pads, wrist guards, proper shoes and clothing.TEKS K.5 and K.5B: Explain how proper shoes and clothing promote safe play and prevent injury.
135 Key Points to Remember when choosing shoes for Physical Education ClassShoes Have a Closed ToeShoes have a Closed HeelShoes have a Rubber SOLE ONLY (no felt)Shoes have Tie Tops (Elastic or Velcro)SHOEs MUST HAVE A Tongue toprotect the top of your foot