Physical and Health Education

Elective Course Options

Fitness Training/Body Pump 6036

WOLVERINE Fitness Training

Coach Scott (Girls) Coach Burrows & Coach Oliphant (Boys)


Supplies- You will need a two pocket folder with brads and a spiral

Notebook to be kept in your class basket.

Conferences available 5th period by appointment.


In our class you will…

-Participate in fitness assessment and appropriate health related physical fitness activities

-Use fitness assessment to establish goals for all five fitness component areas

-Pursue physical activities that promote health related fitness, relieve tension, and control weight in both school and non-school settings

-Improve agility skills, flexibility, strength and endurance

Expectations:

• Dress out daily and participate (grades are given daily for both) 20 points awarded per day for participation and preparation (pe uniform and participation)

• Respect yourself and your peers

• Be AWESOME

• When you hear the whistle, everyone should be silent and I should have your complete and undivided attention. This is a safety thing. No cell phones.

Weekly Schedule

Monday --- Agility & Zen Day

Tuesday – Body Pump

Wednesday – Station/Circuit of Power

Thursday – Body Pump

Friday – Day of Awesome

**I do reserve the right to make any changes to the schedule or syllabus as necessary in order to run this class as smoothly as possible and meet the needs of all learners. I love what I do and look forward to sharing my knowledge and passion for physical fitness with you all. It’s going to be a great year!

Foundations of Physical Fitness 6025

WOLVERINE Foundations of Physical Fitness

Coach Scott (Girls) Coach Oliphant & Coach Burrows (Boys)

jascott@ccisd.net

Supplies- You will need a binder and notebook paper to be kept in

our class bin.

Conferences available 5th period by appointment


In our class you will…

-Study foundations of physical fitness in order to gain a deeper understanding of the components of well-being, nutrition, and physical activity and the importance of life long physical fitness.

-Participate in fitness assessment and appropriate health related physical fitness activities

-Use fitness assessment to establish goals for all five fitness component areas

-Pursue physical activities that promote health related fitness, relieve tension, and control weight in both school and non-school settings

-Improve agility skills, flexibility, strength and endurance


Expectations:

• Dress out daily and participate (grades are given daily for both) 20 points awarded per day for participation and preparation (pe uniform and participation)

• Respect yourself and your peers

• Be AWESOME

• When you hear the whistle, everyone should be silent and I should have your complete and undivided attention. This is a safety thing. No Cell Phones.

Weekly Schedule

Monday-Thursday: Cardio/Strength/Study

Friday – Day of Awesome

**I do reserve the right to make any changes to the schedule or syllabus as necessary in order to run this class as smoothly as possible and meet the needs of all learners. I love what I do and look forward to sharing my knowledge and passion for physical fitness with you all. It’s going to be a great year!

Health: It Does the Body Good 6000

WOLVERINE Health Education

Coach Scott

jascott@ccisd.net

Supplies-

**Mandatory - binder with notebook paper

- laptop daily WE WILL USE TECHNOLOGY

-Conferences 5th period by appointment

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In our class you will…

-Become a health-literate individual. Health literacy involves the skills needed to get, understand and use information to make good decisions for health. The ability to access, understand, evaluate and communicate information as a way to promote, maintain and improve health in a variety of settings across the life-course.

-Build health skills and character.

-Develop an understanding of physical activity and nutrition; mental and emotional health; safe and healthy relationships; personal care and body systems; diseases and disorders; injury prevention and environmental health.

Expectations:

• Be on time and fully prepared for the day-this includes a writing utensil.

• Respect yourself and your peers

• Be AWESOME

• Have technology with you every day. I will always have online activities prepared for class.

Weekly Schedule

Monday-Friday we will report to 167

I am coming from athletics on the back field. The door will be open for you. In the instance it is not the expectation is that you wait politely and quietly outside the door until I am able to open it.

**I do reserve the right to make any changes to the schedule or syllabus as necessary in order to run this class as smoothly as possible and meet the needs of all learners. I love what I do and look forward to sharing my knowledge and passion for physical fitness with you all. It’s going to be a great year!

Individual and Team Sports 6045

WOLVERINE Individual and Team Sports

Coach Scott ( Girls) Coach Oliphant & Coach Burrows (Boys)

jascott@ccisd.net

Supplies- You will need a two pocket folder with brads and a spiral

Notebook to be kept in your class basket.

Conference 5th period by appointment.


In our class you will…

-The purpose of this course is to provide learning experiences that will lead to the development of basic skills in team and individual sports.

-Pursue physical activities that promote health related fitness, relieve tension, and control weight in both school and non-school settings

-Improve agility skills, flexibility, strength and endurance


Expectations:

• Dress out daily and participate (grades are given daily for both) 20 Points per day for participation and preparation (pe uniform and participation in class activity)

• Respect yourself and your peers

• Be AWESOME

• When you hear the whistle, everyone should be silent and I should have your complete and undivided attention. This is a safety thing. No Cell Phones.

Weekly Schedule

Monday --- Intro and Rules-FUNdamentals

Tuesday – Specific Skill Development Day 1

Wednesday – Specific Skill Development Day 2

Thursday – Super Awesome Fun Training Day (and quiz)

Friday – Game Day aka Day of Domination aka Play

**I do reserve the right to make any changes to the schedule or syllabus as necessary in order to run this class as smoothly as possible and meet the needs of all learners. I love what I do and look forward to sharing my knowledge and passion for physical fitness with you all. It’s going to be a great year!

Physical Education Syllabus- all PE Classes Boys/Girls

Clear Brook HS

Physical Education Syllabus

281-284-2164

I. Student Responsibilities

The student has the responsibility to come to class fully prepared for the assignment of the day and participate in all activities. All business should be taken care of before the bell sounds. Students are to be in the locker room area before the tardy bell sounds. Once the bell sounds, the student will not be allowed to leave the dressing/gym area for any reason. During class, no student is allowed to leave the playing area without permission. All students will remain in the locker room until the bell dismisses them.


II. Dressing Procedure

• The student will immediately get dressed in the designated area and await attendance check and the daily procedures from their PE teacher.

• The teacher will take roll and dismiss the students to a designated area for the day’s activity.

• The student will follow the dressing procedure at the beginning and end of the class period

• After class all students will remain in the locker room in until the bell sounds.

• Students will be expected to be dressed within seven minutes after the tardy bell rings.

• Students will be given a minimum of seven minutes to re-dress into their school clothes at the end of class.


III. Excuses

• A professional medical excuse is a medical excuse written by a physician. This excuse will be honored for the number of days designated by the physician.

• A nonprofessional excuse is a medical excuse written by your parent or guardian. This excuse will be honored for no more than two consecutive days. On the third day, you must have a physician’s excuse.

• A two page written report will count, as make-up work for each day the student is absent. Therefore, more than one absence will require more than one report.


IV. Assignment of Lockers

• Each student will be assigned a locker. The combination is the student’s responsibility to remember.

• Lockers are for storing the student’s clothes, wallets, phone, etc. CBHS AND THE PE TEACHERS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS NOT PLACED IN THE LOCKER AND LOST OR STOLEN!


V. Expectations

Students are expected to do the following:

• Dress in their P.E uniform and in the designated area only

• Keep dressing room clean

• Refrain from horseplay

• Secure ALL valuables - they will disappear – so lock it up, or don’t bring it.


VI. Uniforms

• The student is responsible for purchasing his/her own uniform for $20.00 and dressing out every day!

• The student may pay by cash or check, made to CBHS!

• The uniform must be kept clean. Only Clear Brook issued uniforms are to be worn for PE.

• The student will not be considered dressed out if he/she does not have on tennis shoes.

• Failure to dress out for class will negatively affect the students grade.


VII. Discipline Policy

• Students will receive 2 verbal warnings for failure to follow a teacher directive. (Which will be considered insubordination)

• The third time a student fails to follow teacher directives; the student will receive a 30 minute D-Hall after school, a phone call home, and the possibility of earning a grade of “0”.

• The fourth time; the student will receive an hour of after school D-Hall, a phone call home, and a grade of “0”.

• The fifth time, the student will receive a referral to the office.

• If a student does not serve their D-Hall on the agreed date, they will receive a referral to the office.


VIII. Grading System

• Students will receive two weekly grades. 1. Participation 2. Skills Grade

• Each day’s participation, proper attire, and physical or written tests will calculate towards the weekly grade.

• Students will receive a one time Reading and Writing grade

• Grading percentages are as follows:

Reading and written work…………...…………..5%

Skills grade……………………………………..40%

Participation…………………………………….55%



NO CELL PHONES OUT DURING CLASS

(This is a class like any other, cell phone use when not permitted will result in phones being turned into the office. If we need technology, we will utilize the district provided and approved device.)







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