Mr. McMorrow5th&6th Physical Education&HealthEmail: email@example.comPhone: 609-466-7604
Virtual Physical Education
Students are expected to sign onto their PE Google Classroom at the beginning of every class period on their assigned PE class day. Students will participate in live google meet lessons, practice skills or play games at home using any sports equipment or things you can find around your house. Also, students will be expected to complete assignments through the digital classoom and other digital platforms, like Flipgrid. Atthendance will be taken at the beginning of class either through a Google Meet Session or other assigned check-in questions on Google Classroom. Grading will be based on attendance, participation in live meets, and completion of assignments, which may include Physical Activity Logs, written responses, or submission of Flipgrid videos to demonstrate skill development.
In Person Physical Education
5th and 6th grade students must wear sneakers to participate in class. Students should wear comfortable clothes to school, for example sports shorts/pants and a t-shirt. Students are able to wear sweatshirts over their t-sirts. Students can not wear any jewelry including fitness trackers of any kind. Post earrings are permitted as well as any religious items that can not be removed. Please keep in mind that jewelry can often fall off and get lost outside in the field or in the gym or snag on others clothing and cause injuries. Clothes must follow school dress code regulations.
Due to COVID-19, 6th graders will not be changing this year. Students are not allowed in the locker rooms for changing. This may change as the year progresses.
5th Grade Health Curriculum
Health Triangle, Personal Hygiene, Basic First Aid, Character and Personality, Self-Esteem, Friendships and Relationships, Communication and Conflict Management, Peer Pressure and Bullying, Decision Making, Stress, and Nutrition and Fitness
6th Grade Health Curriculum
Prescription and Over the Counter Drug Use and Abuse, Tobacco and Alcohol Use and Abuse, Drug Resistance Skills, Puberty, Male Reproductive System, Female Reproductive System, Pregnancy and Childbirth, and Positive vs. Negative Dating Relationship Attributes