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Kenmore West Physical Education Department Mr. Rich Harris Mr. John Haynes Mr. Randy Ramaekers Ms. Ayanna Tramont Mrs. Carrie Vetter Mrs. Leanne Brandon.

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1 Kenmore West Physical Education Department Mr. Rich Harris Mr. John Haynes Mr. Randy Ramaekers Ms. Ayanna Tramont Mrs. Carrie Vetter Mrs. Leanne Brandon

2 Physical Education Required class for graduationRequired class for graduation 4 years of P.E. – ½ credit per year4 years of P.E. – ½ credit per year Grade included in overall GPAGrade included in overall GPA Mandatory program consisting of 8 blocks of physical activityMandatory program consisting of 8 blocks of physical activity Each block is approx. 5 weeks in length (avg. 10 class periods)Each block is approx. 5 weeks in length (avg. 10 class periods)

3 PE Curriculum Students will select from the following activities: LacrosseLacrosse Team HandballTeam Handball SpeedballSpeedball Indoor SoccerIndoor Soccer TennisTennis FitnessFitness VolleyballVolleyball Floor HockeyFloor Hockey BasketballBasketball GolfGolf Circuit TrainingCircuit Training Dance Badminton Wiffle Ball Cooperative Games Pickle Ball Recreational Games Aquatics Power Walking Basic Training Stress Reduction

4 P.E. Grading Rubric 4 Eager Participation Initiates activity, responds immediately to directions, exemplary behavior, excellent effort, works to potential, prompt to class 3 Active participation Initiates activity, responds immediately to directions, good behavior, above average effort, works to potential, prompt to class 2 Average Participation Does not initiate activity, responds to directions, acceptable behavior, average participation, average effort, works to potential inconsistently, prompt to class 1 Prodded Participation Does not initiate activity, responds slowly/needs constant direction, minimal effort, work output is far below potential, prompt to class

5 Grading Continued A daily grade of 4 points is earned by each student if he/she: –Participates –Is prepared –Demonstrates a good attitude –Is responsible and respectful

6 Grading Continued Reasons why students lose points: –Legally Absent or Excused from class –Late to class –Unprepared –Poor effort (as per rubric) –Foul Language –Misuse of equipment –Disrespectful towards teachers or peers –Skips class

7 Make-Up Policy Students can make up for full credit if he/she were: Students can make up for full credit if he/she were: –Legally absent from class –Unprepared for class (2 per quarter)  Exception: anything after 2 UP can be made up for ½ credit –Excused from class (with a note from guardian) –Went to the nurse during class –Was in ISS/OSS

8 Make – Up Policy Monday – Friday 7:15am – 7:45am Fitness Center Tuesday & Thursday 3:00pm – 3:30pm Fitness Center

9 Student Expectations T-Shirt, Sweats, Shorts T-Shirt, Sweats, Shorts Sneakers (closed toe & heel) Sneakers (closed toe & heel) Heart Rate Monitor (provided) Heart Rate Monitor (provided) Heart Rate Strap (purchased for $4) Heart Rate Strap (purchased for $4) Combination Lock Combination Lock

10 Medical Policy Mr. Ramaekers – BoysMrs. Leggett – Girls Turn in doctor’s note to school nurse Responsible for an alternate assignment while out of P.E. (assignments found on Department Website) See Mr. Ramaekers or Ms. Brandon for procedure Choose an assignment to work on During P.E., report to Library or Learning Center to do assignment Project counts for P.E. grade – no project, receive a 0 for each day you were out!

11 Heart Rate Monitors Combination HRM & electrode (encased is a chest strap) Provide immediate feedback Continuous HR recorded during activity Students learn to exercise according to his/her personal level of conditioning HR summaries recorded for each class Students will have documented data that their efforts in PE do count & that exercise is truly an individual experience

12 Heart Rate Monitors Will use in at least 3 units this year Students assigned a specific watch to use Can purchase strap for $ th Graders and New Students get a free strap Part of being prepared for class – if a student does not use one, points will be deducted Eventually grade may be determined using info from HRM (minutes in Target Heart Rate Zone)

13 FITNESS GRAM Physical Fitness Test measuring: Aerobic Endurance (PACER) Muscular Strength(Push-Ups) Muscular Endurance(Sit-Ups) Flexibility(Sit & Reach) Body Mass Index(Height & Weight) Goal: To score within the Healthy Fitness Zone for each test Performed 2x – Fall Test & Spring Test Scores inputted in to software; used to set goals during fitness blocks on how to improve in each area Reports sent home in Spring

14 Contact Us WE ARE ON THE WEB: ON THE KENMORE WEST WEBSITE, WE ARE LISTED UNDER THE DEPARTMENTS HEADING 874 – 8401 X6120 (Boys) X6124 (Girls)


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