Presentation on theme: "BCSC Physical Education Waiver Columbus East High School Columbus North High School Columbus Signature Academy."— Presentation transcript:
BCSC Physical Education Waiver Columbus East High School Columbus North High School Columbus Signature Academy
Who can get a waiver? Any student participating in an IHSAA sponsored sport during that semester (you must complete the season in good standing). *category 1 A student who completes one semester of general PE (and earns an A or A-) or successfully completes 1 semester of the waiver program are eligible to substitute advanced PE courses for their second credit. *category 2 Performing arts students participating in the marching band or school sponsored dance classes. Students must pass their performing arts class with at least a B- to earn the PE credit. *category 3 An athlete in an “Olympic training level” individual sport. There are stringent requirements here and will be handled on a case by case basis. *category 4
What Steps do I take? Obtain the waiver information packet Make sure you fit one of the 4 categories that are available Get your parent’s permission! Fill out & turn in the necessary forms Talk to your counselor Meet with the PE Waiver Teacher of Record
Waiver Deadline Dates SEMESTER 1 Aug. 20, 2010 – waiver application DUE to PE Teacher of record Dec. 10, 2010 – waiver assessments, time logs, etc. DUE to PE Teacher of record SEMESTER 2 Jan. 7, waiver application DUE to PE Teacher of record May 13, waiver assessments, time logs, etc. DUE to PE Teacher of record
How do I complete my waiver? Waiver I Assessment/Requirements: 12 journal entries Complete all required paperwork (time logs, season ended in good standing, B- or better in class, etc) Waiver II Assessment/Requirements: 3 completed projects Complete all required paperwork (time logs, season ended in good standing, B- or better in class, etc)
How do I complete my waiver? Moodle will be used to complete the waiver assessments and turn them in to the PE waiver teacher of record. You must be ORGANIZED and RESPONSIBLE for your own learning while completing your waiver semester! Taking a PE waiver could be considered as an “independent study” of physical education.
When can I take a waiver? You must complete your waiver requirements during the SAME semester that you are involved in the qualifying activity (IHSAA sport, marching band, etc.). You can take the waiver option of category 2 only AFTER successfully completing another waiver category OR earning an A- or better in general PE.
Eligible Activities for PE Waiver (Categories 1 & 3) SEMESTER 1 Cheerleading? Cross Country (both) Football Golf (girls) Soccer (both) Tennis (boys) Volleyball (girls) Marching Band (b&g) CEHS Dance Class SEMESTER 2 Basketball (both) Baseball (boys) Cheerleading? Golf (boys) Gymnastics Softball Swimming (both) Tennis (girls) Track (both) Wrestling *All sports listed above are IHSAA sponsored.
What happens if….. I get cut from my sport? If you are cut from a team, or do not finish the season in good standing, you will not receive the credit from your waiver semester. I don’t finish the assessment requirement? You will not pass your waiver semester and a resulting ‘F’ will be on your transcript. You will have to re-take a physical education class or waiver to meet graduation requirements.
What about Categories 2 & 4? CATEGORY 2 You MUST have successfully completed a previous waiver OR earned an A- or better in PE Individual Sports or PE Team Sports to qualify! First semester Freshmen are not eligible for Category 2 Waivers. CATEGORY 4 This is for athletes participating in special circumstances. Parents and students must contact either Mr. Gaddis or Mr. Gobert to request a category 4 waiver. Category 4 waiver applications MUST be approved by BOTH schools.
BCSC Waiver Contacts EAST Bob Gaddis Kathleen Gratz Brent Chitty NORTH Steve Gobert Megan Shaff CSA Andrew Larson