Physical Education Guidelines (2016-2017)

 

Benjamin Chasten's
 
Physical Education Guidelines and Policies (updated 2016-2017)
 
 
 
  1. Dress Requirements

 

1.  Students are to have a change of clothes that meets minimum standards for comfort health and safety

 

2.  Proper attire includes:

 

         a.  appropriate athletic shoes/socks

         

         b.  Zipper or Pull  on shorts (NO long jeans)

 

         c.  T-Shirt or Pullover top

 

         d.  Sweatshirt/sweatpants for cool weather 

 

3.  All PE attire must meet the dress code requirements for WCPS.

 

4.  For safety reasons, no jewelry may be worn during physical education activities

 

B.  Excuse notes

 

1.  A medical not is the only accepted excuse from PE class participation

 

         a.  A note from a parent or guardian will be accepted for up to (2) excused classes in a marking period

 

         b.  A note from a doctor is required if the student is to be excused from class participation for more that 3 classes in a row

 

         c.  If a doctor's note excuses a student from class, the student will need a doctor's note to resume activity.  A doctor may elect to write the beginning and ending dates student is to be excused on one excuse note.

 

          d.  Students excused from participation will be required to complete an alternative assignment  deemed by the teacher.

 

 

C.  Injury/Illness

 

         1.  Students must report any injury or illness that occurs during Physical Education class to the PE teacher during that class

 

 

D.  Class Attendance

 

         1.  Students are to be on time and properly dressed in preparation for participation in class 

 

 

E.  Activities

 

         1.  Activities include a wide variety of individual, dual, team and lifetime activities that emphasize fitness and healthy living.

 

         2.  Physical Fitness training and testing will take place throughout the school year 

 

F.  Lockers

 

         1. Lockers will be available for use during physical education classes.  Clothes, books, and other personal items are to be left in the locker room in a locked locker. 

 

         2.  It is STRONGLY recommended that a combination lock ONLY can be used to lock items up....BMS is NOT responsible for stolen items.

 

         3.  Valuables should NOT be brought to Physical Education class.  Any valuables that are brought to class are the responsibility of the student.

 

 

G.  WISH Center

 

         1.  The WISH Center is available during class...a Pass is required

 

H.  Grading

 

         1.  A variety of assessments will be utilized to evaluate  students in Physical Education Class.

 

         2.  Grades may be based on:

 

               a.  participation

               b.  effort

               c.  cooperation

               d.  teamwork

               e.  sportsmanship

               f.  skill evaluation

               g.  knowledge of the activity

 

 

         3.  Physical Education and Health grades will be averaged together in order to determine the health and Physical Education grade for each 9 week marking period.

 

 

I.  Progress Reports

 

         1.  Progress Reports will be handed out three (3) weeks into the marking period, with another one (1) distributed  six (6) weeks into the marking period.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Chasten's Activities 2013-2014

 

Students will be participating in the following activities during the  school year  (2013-14)

Physical Fitness Include: Walking and Running Miles with Fitness Tests 

 

Team/ Group Activities Include:   Games ; DodgeBall, Capture The Flag, British Bulldog:  Basketball, Kickball,  Scooter CageBall, Scooter Baseball, Side-Line Games, Horseshoes, Bowling Tournament on the Wii, Line Dancing/Gymnastics, Floor Hockey, Wiffle Ball, Softball, Soccer, GI Games, many more

 

Dual Activities Include:  Badminton , Pickle-,Ball,  Frisbee Golf, Horseshoes. many more

 

 

Individual Activities Include:  Basketball Shooting , Golf Skills,  Hot Shot Blitz Tournament, Horseshoes ,Tumbling, Wii Fitness , Frisbee Golf, Weight Lifting, many more

 

 

Games Include:  Pinball, Capture The Flag, The Blob, British Bulldog, Virus and Other Small-Sided Games, many mre

 

Health Topics:  Variety of Topics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class Schedule

"A" Day and "B" Day

 

7:25 - 8:25    Prep

8:25 - 9:25    8th Grade

9:30 - 10:30  7th Grade

10:35 - 11:30  Lunch

12:35-12:55  Recess

12:55 - 1:35  6th Grade

1:45 - 2:45  5th Grade

 

  Activities Spring

Team/ Group Activities Include:  Invasion Games ; Dodgeball, Capture The Flag, British Bulldog:  Basketball, Kickball,  Scooter Cageball, Scooter Baseball, Side-Line Games, Horseshoes, Bowling Tournament on the Wii, Line Dancing/Gymnastics, Floor Hockey, Wiffle Ball, Softball, many more

 

Dual Activities Include:  Badminton, Pickle-Ball, Frisbee Golf, Horseshoes, many more

 

Individual Activities Include:  Basketball Shooting, Golf Skills, Hot Shot Blitz Tournament, Tumbling, Wii Bowling Tournament, Weight Lifting, Frisbee Golf, Wii Fitness  

 

 

Games Include:  Pinball, Capture The Flag, The Blob, British Bulldog, Virus and Other Small-Sided Games, many more

 

Health Topics:   Variety of Topics

 

 

NC HIGH SCHOOL CPR

GRADUATION REQUIREMENT CHECKLIST

 

REQUIRED COMPONENTS COMPLETED

 

I. AWARENESS

a. Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in adults.

b. CPR doubles a person’s chance of survival from sudden

cardiac arrest.

c. Recognize the signs and symptoms of cardiac events/sudden

death emergencies (i.e. – heart attack, drowning, electrocution,

and asphyxiation).

 

II. 911

a. Secure the scene.

b. Locate nearest phone.

c. Provide EMS with current address.

d. Provide phone number for EMS to contact

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III. COMPRESSIONS

a. Look, listen, and feel for any signs of breathing.

b. Position victim for compressions.

c. Ensure that compressions are performed at a depth of two

inches and at a rate of 100 per minute.

d. Continue compressions until the victim begins breathing again

or emergency personnel arrives.

 

IV. AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR (AED)

KNOWLEDGE

a. Determine location of nearest AED.

b. Turn on AED and follow automated instructions.

i. Adjust victim’s clothing to enable pad-to-skin contact.

ii. Open pad package and plug in pad connector.

iii. Peel pad backing and apply both pads.

iv. Wait and stand clear as AED performs analysis.

v. If instructed, press shock button.

 

 

Last Modified on August 27, 2014

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