8:00-8:30 - Conference/Planning
8:30-9:20 - 5th Grade M/W - T/TH
9:25-10:15 - 4th Grade M/W - T/TH
10:20-11:10 - 3rd Grade M/W - T/TH
11:10-12:00 - Lunch/Planning
12:00-12:50 - Kindergarten 1/2 time switch with Music/Art
1:00-1:50 - 1st Grade M/W - T/TH
1:55-2:45 - 2nd Grade M/W - T/TH
TRACK ATTACK is a monthly program that measures the increase in cardiovascular endurance month to month. Students run the track for "straws/sticks" and are trying to move up to the 100 lap club by the end of the year. They decorate and create an ICON for our massive blue wall and move their RACE CAR up the leader boards as they finish each TRACK ATTACK!
Grading System - (Laps below are on a SINGLE day)
10 plus grade level - Bouncy Ball
9 or more - E/A
8 - S/B
7 - N/C
0-6 - U/D (Make-up Track Attack day will be required)
Grading PoliciesPhysical Education
During PE, your child will participate in a variety of activities to enhance their fitness and wellness, increase their coordination, and develop teamwork, cooperation, and sportsmanship skills. We will also continue the C.A.T.C.H program. The C.A.T.C.H program’s primary focus is to provide quality physical education in which students engage in moderate to vigorous physical activities.
The grades will be for Participation and Skill. Students in third through fifth grade will receive an E (Excellent), S (Satisfactory), N (Needs Improvement), U (Unsatisfactory) for their Participation and Skill Grade.
Students in Kindergarten through second grade will receive two grades in PE/Wellness. One for participation and another for concepts/skills.
4 = Exceeding Expectations: Student consistently demonstrates mastery above grade level TEKS
3 = Meeting Expectations: Student consistently demonstrates mastery of grade level TEKS
2 = Making Progress: Student is making progress toward mastery of grade level TEKS at an appropriate rate
1 = Experiencing Difficulty: At this point in the year, student should have, but has not yet mastered the skill.
/ = Not Assessed
The Performance Levels 1, 2, 3, 4 are NOT the same as the four grading periods. They are levels of skill proficiency and should not be confused with the grading periods. Most students will probably receive 2’s throughout the year, meaning that they are making progress towards end of year expectations.
All students will allow learning to take place by fulfilling these P.E. expectations:
When a student chooses not to cooperate the following consequences are in place:
1. Yellow Card warning (In most cases, several verbal warnings may be given prior to the documented warning)
2. Red Card - 5 minutes on the bench
3. Choose Act Reflect form to go home, student will not participate in PE until form has been returned.
4. Referral to the office (Any physical situation similar to a fight is an automatic referral)
Please discuss our policies with your child and stress the importance of a positive classroom environment. We truly appreciate your cooperation and look forward to a great school year!
Sincerely yours in fitness and health,