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OUR MISSION

Our mission as College Park Physical Educators shall be to promote the enrichment, understanding, and appreciation of lifelong physical activity.  We strive to provide a fun, healthy, and safe environment where students are introduced to a variety of activities and games, while existing student skills and abilities are enhanced and reinforced.  We hope to instill the desire for self-improvement, scholastic excellence, and the cultivation of civic responsibility.  Students should depart from their physical education experience at College Park, most importantly having enjoyed themselves.  In the process they should have gained knowledge of our curriculum, acquired self-esteem, established healthy lifestyle habits, and learned the value of hard work.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Physical Education is the practice, study, and knowledge of human movement that results in lifelong appreciation and practice of fitness, wellness, and physical activity.  No other area of the curriculum is designed to help children learn motor and lifetime activity skills.  This makes Physical Education a necessary and important component of the total school curriculum.

 

APPROPRIATE ATTIRE

All students are expected to come to class dressed and ready for Physical Education. Students not dressed appropriately are not prepared for class.  Students are responsible for locking their belongings in their assigned PE locker.  College Park Physical Education uniform recommended.  Plain white, grey, purple or black shorts and shirt are required.  Sweats brought from home must be solid gray, purple, or black.  The student’s  last name and first initial should be printed legibly and visibly on their PE attire at chest level.   There will be no altering of the PE uniform.  Other writing, drawings or logos on physical education attire will result in the uniform not being acceptable for class.  Any attire that violates the College Park dress code will not be accepted.

 

●Tennis shoes are to be LACED or VELCROED CLOSED.  NO HIKING BOOTS, SLIP ONS, PLATFORM SHOES, FLIP FLOPS, OR BOOT-LIKE SHOES ARE TO BE WORN.  Shoes MUST be securely tied to the feet. Socks must be worn.

 

Shorts are to be worn around the waist.  Sagging shorts below the waist for style and fashion will result in being marked not dressed/not prepared for class.

 

STUDENT POINTS AND GRADING

Preparedness, participation, acceptable behavior and adherence to safety protocols in all class activities are a prerequisite to earn credit in Physical Education.  Physical education is graded on traditional A through F Scale.

 

100-90%=A, 89-80%=B, 79-70%=C, 69-60%=D, <59% =F

 

EXCUSED MEDICALS AND ABSENCES

Physical Education is a participation-based class, and regular attendance is critical for success.  If a student is unable to participate in physical education for a medical or legally excused reason, the teacher must have a note from their parent or guardian for each affected class session.  After one week (four consecutive class sessions) with a parent note, a doctor’s note will be required.  Students must still dress in PE attire for make up work to be an option.   If a student misses class for any excused absence/ medical, written make up work will be assigned.  If a student is going to be absent for a prolonged period of time and knows about it in advance, he or she should contact the teacher to receive work to complete while absent. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain makeup workMake up work must handwritten and turned in by student to PE teacher within two weeks of students return to class.  Unexcused/Truant absences and non-participation will receive no credit for the day and no make up work will be accepted!  

 

MAKE UP WORK PROTOCOL (see the Summary Outline link in the PE Locker in the left sidebar)

Research and find a current event that relates to physical education and health.  Research can be found in current newspapers, on-line news articles (print and submit with summary), and health and fitness periodicals (magazines).  Using the summary outline, identify at least 5 Precise Topic words; academic language specific to the topic of your article, and 5 Academic words;  academic words that can be used in discussion of any topic.  Outline your summary by identifying the author, title and topic.  Next, list four important details from the article.  Then, using your outline, complete your summary paragraph.

Attach the current event to your paper.

 

PLAGIARISM  

STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO TURN IN ORIGINAL WORK! PLAGIARISM IS DEFINED IN THE STUDENT HANDBOOK. THE FIRST OFFENSE WILL RESULT IN FAILURE OF THE ASSIGNMENT, THE SECOND IN FAILURE OF THE COURSE!

 

CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS

Absolutely NO Cell phones or electronic device use during instructional time!  If a cell phone is seen during instructional time it will be confiscated. Cell phone use will not be permitted!!!

●Arrive to class on time with appropriate PE materials.

●No put downs/Respect classmates and others. Listen when others are talking.

●No gum, food, or drinks in class.  Water is OK.

●No use of equipment or apparatus unless instructed by a teacher.

●Passes need to be issued by a teacher before you leave class for any reason.

●No backpacks, bags, purses, books, etc. allowed in class.

 

LOCKS and LOCKERS

●Each student will be assigned a locker and lock to store their PE clothes for the entire year.

●LOCKERS MUST BE LOCKED WITH AN ASSIGNED PE LOCK (provided)! Locks that are not College Park issued will be removed.

●Students are only to use their assigned locker, and will be held responsible to all damage done to    their lock and locker.  Lost locks will result in a $10 replacement fee.

●CPHS and its teachers/Administration are not responsible for lost/stolen items.

●DO NOT BRING VALUABLES TO THE LOCKER ROOM!

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

BAUTISTA, JOSEPH
Teacher
DISNEY, JEANNETTE
Teacher
HURTADO, LANCE
Teacher
JOE, RUSSELL
Teacher
JONES, SANDRA
Teacher
KECK, JAMES
AD, Teacher, Dept. Chair, Physical Education,
RIDINGS, MELISSA
Teacher
WOOD, SCOTT
Teacher

CP Teachers Page

Visit the College Park Teachers page. There you will find teacher profiles and websites including our Physcal Education Staff.