Students are accountable for following these ruleswhile participating in physical education:FOLLOW DIRECTIONSHANDS OFF OF OTHER STUDENTSRESPECT EQUIPMENT AND OTHERSSTOP, LOOK AND LISTEN ON THE SIGNALHAVE FUN!
Assessments are based on concepts, skills, and effort.
Effort assessment will include the following:Student responds consistently to a teacher signalStudent uses equipment and materials safely and appropriatelyStudent models appropriate behaviors
Physical Education Discipline Plan Steps
Step 1: Warning(s), may include verbal, visual and/or written
Step 2: Teacher consequence or warning may include time-out, loss of recess, problem-solving, etc.
Step 3: Teacher consequence may include focus room
Step 4: A “line” on a discipline slip
Any physical threat or harm in Physical Education will be an automatic “line” on discipline slip and a focus room visit.
“The purpose of a school discipline policy is to clarify the expectations, set goals, establish rights, and encourage self-development and individual responsibility. Without a disciplined atmosphere, the teacher cannot teach effectively and the learner cannot learn.
The ultimate goal of a good discipline is self-discipline, which can only be achieved when there is a partnership between the home and the school…
- Treat everyone with respect
- Follow directions
- Do your best
- Be responsible
- Bring only school things to school
- Be where your are expected to be
- Be safe”
-2005-2006 Central Elementary School HandbookPlease help your child and others stay safe!
It is imperative that students remember to wear appropriate
clothing and footwear when they come to P.E.