Physical Education

Department Mission Statement

The mission of the physical education department is to prepare students to succeed by teaching a curriculum that focuses on health, wellness, and communication skills which allow all students to achieve a sound mind and body.

Grading Scale

Grading Scale

100 - 90=A

  89 - 80=B

  79 - 70=C

  69 - 60=D

  59 - 0 =F

Grade 9 Health
AREA OF EVALUATION
DESCRIPTORS OF AREA
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL COURSE MARK
Homework
Purpose:
·         Reinforces the concepts learned in class
·         Encourages critical thinking skills
·         Reviews materials covered in class
·         Promotes decision making centered on Health issues
Frequency:
·         Minimum of three days per week (health)
Feedback:
·         Student Portfolio
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis
25%
Unit Tests and Quizzes
Purpose:
·         Demonstration of mastery concepts learned in class
Frequency:
·         One or more exam per unit
Feedback:
·         Student assessment of learning
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis, evaluation
25%
Performance Assignments (Physical Education Courses)
Purpose:
·         Skill assessment (i.e. Timed runs, unit skill tests)
Frequency:
·         Daily observations
Feedback:
·         Individual feedback provided throughout the unit
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, Application
50%
Health and Fitness
AREA OF EVALUATION
DESCRIPTORS OF AREA
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL COURSE MARK
Aligned to California Standards
Homework
Purpose:
·         Reinforces the concepts learned in class
·         Encourages critical thinking skills
·         Reviews materials covered in class
·         Promotes decision making centered on Health issues
Frequency:
·         Minimum of one time per week
Feedback:
·         Student Portfolio
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis
10%
1.5
1.9
2.7
3.5
Unit Tests and Quizzes
Purpose:
·         Demonstration of mastery concepts learned in class
Frequency:
·         One or more exam per unit
Feedback:
·         Student assessment of learning
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis, evaluation
15%
1.4
1.5
2.4
2.8
Performance Assignments (Physical Education Courses)
Purpose:
·         Skill assessment (i.e. Timed runs, unit skill tests)
Frequency:
·         Daily observations
Feedback:
·         Individual feedback provided throughout the unit
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, Application
75%
1.1
1.12
1.2
2.1
2.2
3.1
Aquatics
AREA OF EVALUATION
DESCRIPTORS OF AREA
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL COURSE MARK
Aligned to California Standards
Homework
Purpose:
·         Reinforces the concepts learned in class
·         Encourages critical thinking skills
·         Reviews materials covered in class
·         Promotes decision making centered on Health issues
Frequency:
·         One time per week
Feedback:
·         Student Portfolio
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Understanding, analysis
15%
1.11
1.5
3.5
Performance Assignments (Physical Education Courses)
Purpose:
·         Skill Testing (timed swimming, unit skills tests)
Frequency:
·         Daily observations
Feedback:
·         Individual feedback provided throughout the unit
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, Understanding, Application
85%
1.1
1.2
1.6
1.7
2.1
3.3
3.6
Individual and Dual Sports
AREA OF EVALUATION
DESCRIPTORS OF AREA
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL COURSE MARK
Aligned to California Standards
Homework
Purpose:
·         Reinforces the concepts learned in class
·         Encourages critical thinking skills
·         Reviews materials covered in class
Frequency:
·         Minimum of one time per unit
Feedback:
·         Class Review
·         Teacher led discussion
·         Graded Papers
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis
10%
1.3
1.9
1.10
Unit Tests and Quizzes
Purpose:
·         Demonstration of mastery level of concepts learned in class
Frequency:
·         One or more quizzes per unit
Feedback:
·         Student assessment of learning
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis, evaluation
25%
1.4
2.6
Performance Assignments (Physical Education Courses)
Purpose:
·         Skill Testing (unit skills tests)
Frequency:
·         Daily observations
Feedback:
·         Individual feedback provided throughout the unit
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, Application, Understanding
65%
1.1
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.1
3.1
3.2
Team Sports
AREA OF EVALUATION
DESCRIPTORS OF AREA
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL COURSE MARK
Aligned to California Standards
Homework
Purpose:
·         Reinforces the concepts learned in class
·         Encourages critical thinking skills
·         Reviews materials covered in class
Frequency:
·         Minimum of one time per unit
Feedback:
·         Class Review
·         Teacher led discussion
·         Graded Papers
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis
5%
1.3
2.3
3.4
Unit Tests and Quizzes
Purpose:
·         Demonstration of mastery level of concepts learned in class
Frequency:
·         One or more quizzes per unit
Feedback:
·         Student assessment of learning
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, understanding, analysis, evaluation
15%
1.3
1.5
1.10
1.11
Performance Assignments (Physical Education Courses)
Purpose:
·         Skill Testing (unit skills tests)
·         Sportsmanship and etiquette
Frequency:
·         Daily observations
Feedback:
·         Individual feedback provided throughout the unit
Learning Domains Emphasized:
·         Knowledge, Application, Understanding
80%
1.1
1.2
1.4
1.5
1.9
1.10
2.1
3.6
3.8
3.9

Courses

Physical Education

Physical Education is a required class for all freshmen and sophomores, and is an elective class for all juniors and seniors. All high school students must earn twenty (20) credits or four (4) semesters of credit in order to graduate. A maximum of 40 PE units will count toward the 220 units required for graduation.  There are P.E. uniform requirements! 

 

Required MHS Physical Education shirts ( $12) are sold at the school bank only. Navy blue shorts ($13) may be purchased at the school bank. Locks ($6) are available from PE department. Student may purchase blue shorts, white socks and athletic shoes from an outside vendor. The PE shirt, navy blue shorts, white socks, and athletic shoes are all part of the uniform and are required.

 

Physical Education 9

#600201 
Grade level: 9

Length: 1 year Prerequisites: None

Description: The 9th grade program is a required core program in which students take six (6) activities per semester for two semesters in three (3) week blocks. This sequence will prepare students for the elective program provided in grades 10-12. There are PE uniform requirements.

 

Physical Education 10-12
#600205  
Grade level: 10-12
Length: 1 year
Prerequisites: PE 9

Description: The elective program is based on the selection of units by an elective system of choice. Each unit is six (6) weeks in length. Selection of units is based upon class standing, seniors first, juniors second, and sophomores third. Our elective program offers a wide variety of stimulating lifetime activities and fitness development. Check the course index for specific classes and their scheduled times. There are PE uniform requirements.

 

 

 

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Osborne, Corrine, Lead 4192 Gym
Burns, Brett 4167 Gym
Chen, Anthony  4159 Gym
Cottengim, Mandy 4001 K01
Edwards, Kristina 4144 Gym
Lamb, Jeff 4150 P12
Reyes, Celina 4172 Gym
Wyness, Deirdre 4199 Gym
Zamudio, Jesus 4147 Gym

Corrine Osborne, Lead

Corrine Osborne, Lead

Brett Burns

Brett Burns

Kristina Edwards

Kristina Edwards

Celina Reyes

Celina Reyes

Deirdre Wyness

Deirdre Wyness

Jesus Zamudio

Jesus Zamudio