Physical Education: Basketball/Fitness, and Archery Rotation. The weather is starting to get pretty. Please be prepared to run the mile outside in the near future.
Students MUST change clothes each day for physical education class. Appropriate clothing includes shorts (without buttons, zippers, or belt loops) or sweat pants, T-shirt, socks, and tennis shoes. P. E. shorts should hit at mid-thigh or longer when standing. Sleeveless shirts, spandex, cheer shorts, yoga pants, and tights are not allowed. Please label your PE clothes with your name. Students are encouraged to take clothes home to be washed each Friday.
Physical Education Participation Rubric:
5pts- Student is actively engaged/participates in all activities.
Student is always listening when the teacher is talking.
Student is always behaving in a respectful manner.
Student encourages others to do their best.
4pts- Student is actively engaged/participates in most activities.
Student almost always listens when the teacher is talking.
Student rarely behaves in a disruptive manner.
Student gives support to others.
3pts- Student is actively engaged/participates in some activities.
Student usually listens when the teacher is talking.
Student sometimes is disruptive during the class.
Student tries to give support to others.
2pts- Student is actively engaged/participates in a few activities.
Student occasionally listens when the teacher is talking
Student is often disruptive.
Student rarely offers to support others.
1pt- Student is actively engaged/participates in none of the activities.
Student rarely listens when the teacher is talking.
Student is always disruptive.
Student never shows support for others.
Physical Education: FitnessGram Testing this week. Be sure to look over the participation rubric that will be used to assess your daily grade. I'm looking forward to a "GREAT" twelve weeks in PE.
7th Grade: Alcohol recap. Post assessment.
8th Grade: Misuse vs Abuse
Lazy Land Assignment Due MONDAY.
6th Grade: Personal goals. What will it take? Creating a plan.
Daily Specials Menu Due MONDAY
7th Grade: Alcohol simulation stations. Purpose: How does alcohol impact the brain and body?
8th Grade: Choosing to be drug free. What freedoms do you create for yourself by choosing to be drug free?
Lazy Land Task Due: Monday Feb. 8th
Please feel free to turn it in tomorrow.
6th Grade: Why is it important to set personal goals? What steps should we follow to help us reach our full potential?
Daily Specials Menu Due: Monday Feb. 8th.
Please feel free to turn it in tomorrow. Many students have already turned them in. Woohoo!!! Be sure to turn in the checklist/rubric as well.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS:
International Night is Tuesday night from 6-8pm. Come ready to experience culture, foods, and more from around the world! There is no cost to attend, but there will be bottled water & soda available for $1. Some teachers will even be offering extra credit for attendance! Presenters should arrive at 5:30 for check-in & set up.
Please let Ms. Dawson or Senora Downs know if you have questions.
7th Grade: Performing arts today.
8-1 Dance Unit
8-2 Fitness planning. Continued to work on our Lazy Land Task. Due: Monday February 8th.
6th Grade: Menu planning. Today we went to the media center to work on our daily specials menu. Due: Monday February 8th.