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Physical Education/Health

Physical Education/Health

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Our Mission

To prepare our students with the knowledge and skills to maintain a life-long healthy life-style.

          We had our March Madness tournament right before spring break.  Students had a good time playing in the various tournaments we offered.  We had 3 on 3 basketball, 4 square, spike ball and bags tournaments.  ALL proceeds go to help support the Ink 180 mission, the LTM foundation and back to benefit directly the Plainfield North student body.

Link to ink180: http://ink180.com/  Link to the LTM foundation: http://ltmfoundation.org/

          The Lifeskills classes & Skills for Healthy Living classes had a YMCA instructor come in and teach a pound class, Alyson Yates.  This is a work out to music using drum sticks, called a pound workout.  Students had fun and experienced a different way to get some exercise in. 

          On March 14th we had the LTM foundation come in and speak to the sophomore students in Health, Driver Education and Physical Education classes.  The speakers are amazing and discuss addiction.  Please check out their website for more information: http://ltmfoundation.org/

Any questions can be emailed to Lynette Bayer at Lbayer@psd202.org 

 

Staff:

Lynette Bayer- Divisional Chair; Junior Skills for Healthy Living (Advanced Health)

Steve Berry- Health Education

Jon Bergin- Weight Training; Wellness

Joby Bodi- Weight Training; Strength Performance (Advanced wight training); Wellness

Robert Boryca- Sports Medicine ; Wellness; BTW 

James Farber- Recreational Activities, Wellness, BTW

Callie Gliwa- Dance I; Dance II; Life Skills

Mike Kneip- Team Sports; Wellness

Robert Mattingly- Health Education; Wellness

George Sam- PE Leadership; Wellness

Tina Sunderland- STARS program; Wellness, BTW

Amanda Viece- Adventure Challenge; Life Skills; Health Education

James Walter- Wellness, Driver Education, Early Bird  

                                Physical Education Department……Absence policy from PE class

If a student has an excused absence from physical education class, he or she has three options to make up that day’s twenty participation points:

**If some other written assignment, heart rate monitor or test was assigned that day, the student will need to make up that particular assessment or assignment.

First Option:

Participate in activity in the weight room after school starting at 2:30

*   Use the workout coupon and complete the workout that your teacher assigns.You will need to get a signature from the weight room supervisor. Then bring your copy of the workout coupon to the weight room with you on the day you go. Turn this form in to your PE teacher for make up of participaiton points in PE.

Second option:

Write an article review on a health or fitness-related topic:  

            a. Summary must be 1 page in length

            bMUST be hand written

            c. Must be in the student’s own words…if plagiarism is suspected, no credit will be given

            d. The article needs to be attached. If that is not possible, then supply the source, author, date and   page number

            e. The article may come from a newspaper, magazine, or credible on-line site

Third option:

Attend a PNHS sporting event and report on the event…

            a. The report must be one page in length

            b. Include team names, several player’s names, and outcome of the contest

            c. Include your observations on sportsmanship and teamwork

            d. You may be an observer or a participant