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    Physical Education Objectives 
     
    and Lesson Plans(scroll to the bottom)
     
     
     
    sports   
     
     
    State Standards to be covered with student objectives  (scroll down for daily lessons):
     

    Ohio Physical Education Standards

      • Standard 1: (all sports) A physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns
      • By the end of this course you will be able to:
    Benchmark A: Demonstrate combined movement skills and patterns in authentic settings.
       
    HIGH SCHOOL I
      Combined movement skills and patterns
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
        1. Design and demonstrate a routine that combines complex movement patterns (e.g., traveling, rolling, balance, weight transfer) into a smooth, flowing sequence with the music or rhythm as an individual or with a partner or group in a performance setting. 
      2. Demonstrate consistency in individual specialized skills in health-related fitness activities (e.g., resistance training, yoga, kickboxing, fitness walking). 
      3. Demonstrate consistency in performing individual specialized skills in a variety of movement forms (e.g., aquatics, outdoor/recreational activities, track and field). 
    HIGH SCHOOL II Combined movement skills and patterns (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
       
      1. Demonstrate competent performance of basic and advanced skills within current and traditional dance genres (e.g., line, hip-hop, aerobic, square, jazz, tap, modern, ballet, interpretive, folk, social, African American cultural). 
      2. Demonstrate competent performance of individual specialized skills in health-related fitness activities (e.g., resistance training, yoga, kickboxing, fitness walking). 
      3. Demonstrate competent performance of individual specialized skills in select movement forms (e.g., aquatics, outdoor activities, track and field, gymnastics).
    Benchmark B Demonstrate specialized manipulative skills in a variety of settings.
       
     HIGH SCHOOL I
        Specialized skill performance  
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
      1. Demonstrate competent skill performance by maintaining possession, scoring and defending scoring in smallsided and/or full-sided invasion games (e.g., soccer, basketball, hockey, team handball, rugby, lacrosse). 
      2. Demonstrate competent skill performance by scoring and defending scoring in small-sided and/or full-sided netwall games (e.g., badminton, volleyball, tennis, racquetball, pickleball, squash). 
      3. Demonstrate competent skill performance by scoring (e.g., base running, batting) and defending scoring (e.g., pitching, bowling, fielding) in small-sided and/or full-sided striking and fielding games (e.g., softball, cricket, rounders, baseball). 
      4. Demonstrate competent skill performance by scoring and preventing scoring in target games with and without an opponent (e.g., golf, archery, bowling, shuffleboard, croquet, bocce, baggo). 
    HIGH SCHOOL II
        Specialized skill performance 
    (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
         

       1. Demonstrate competent skill performance of basic and advanced skills by maintaining possession, scoring and defending scoring in invasion games within authentic settings. 
      2. Demonstrate competent skill performance of basic and advanced skills by scoring and defending scoring in net/ wall games within authentic settings. 
      3. Demonstrate competent skill performance of basic and advanced skills by scoring and defending scoring in striking and fielding games within authentic settings. 
      4. Demonstrate competent skill performance of basic and advanced skills by scoring and preventing scoring in target games within authentic settings.
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      • Standard 2(analytical Portfolio) A physically literate individual applies knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance.
    Benchmark A Apply knowledge of tactical concepts and strategies in authentic settings.
       
     HIGH SCHOOL I
        Strategies and tactics  
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
      1. Describe tactics to participate successfully in small-sided games across multiple categories of movement forms (e.g., games, individual performance activities, lifetime physical activities). 
      2. Describe effective strategies for successful performance in select categories of movement forms (e.g., games, individual performance activities, lifetime physical activities). 
      3. Describe the transfer knowledge of previously learned tactics and strategies to similar but different movement forms (e.g., games, individual performance activities, lifetime physical activities). 
    HIGH SCHOOL II
        Strategies and tactics 
    (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
       
      1. Apply tactics to participate successfully in full-sided games across multiple categories of movement forms (e.g., games, individual performance activities, lifetime physical activities). 
      2. Implement effective strategies for successful performance in select categories of movement forms (e.g., games, individual performance activities, lifetime physical activities).
       3. Transfer knowledge of previously learned tactics and strategies to participate in similar but different movement forms (e.g., games, individual performance activities, lifetime physical activities).
    Benchmark B Apply biomechanical principles to performance in authentic settings.
       
     HIGH SCHOOL I
        Principles and critical elements 
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
      1. Describe critical elements and biomechanical principles (e.g., stability, rotation, linear and angular motion) to perform movement forms. 
      2. Analyze performance of self and others in select movement forms. 
      3. Identify ways to improve performance of select movement forms using cues, practice drills and fitness activities. 
    HIGH SCHOOL II
        Principles and critical elements 
    (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
       
      1. Apply critical elements and biomechanical principles (e.g., stability, rotation, linear and angular motion) to perform increasingly complex movement forms. 
      2. Analyze and evaluate performance of self and others across multiple movement forms. 
      3. Apply biomechanical principles, knowledge of critical elements, cues, practice drills and fitness activities to improve movement performance.

      • Standard 3:  (goal setting/ fitness plan) A physically literate individual demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness.
    Benchmark A Develops a current and lifetime physical activity plan.
       
    HIGH SCHOOL I
        Physical activity knowledge Evaluate level of physical activity 
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
      1. Identify current and future lifetime physical activity opportunities. 
      2. Analyze technology, social media or community physical activity opportunities. 
      3. Create a physical activity plan to meet current needs and interests. 
    HIGH SCHOOL II
        Physical activity knowledge Evaluate level of physical activity 
    (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
       
      1. Identify current and future physical activity opportunities along with barriers and helpers to being physically active. 
      2. Analyze community physical activity opportunities for quality, accessibility and availability. 
      3. Create a lifetime physical activity plan to meet adult physical activity needs
    Benchmark B Implements principles and practices to develop a fitness and nutritional plan to meet individual needs. HIGH SCHOOL I
        Health-related fitness knowledge Cardio Muscular strength and endurance Flexibility Planning (FITT and other principles) Healthy habits in relation to fitness 
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
      1. Analyze and apply technology to support fitness and physical activity. 
      2. Identify activities and apply fitness principles (e.g., rates of perceived exertion, pacing) to maintain or improve cardiorespiratory endurance. 
      3. Identify different types of strength activities and apply fitness principles to develop muscular strength and endurance. 
      4. Identify activities and apply FITT principles to improve or maintain flexibility. 
      5. Create a health-related fitness plan that applies fitness concepts and principles for each component of fitness.
       6. Apply nutritional concepts for exercise and create a snack plan for before, during and after exercise to meet nutrition needs.
     HIGH SCHOOL II
        Health-related fitness knowledge Cardio Muscular strength and endurance Flexibility Planning (FITT and other principles) Healthy habits in relation to fitness 
    (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
       
      1. Analyze and apply technology and social media tools to support fitness and physical activity. 
      2. Develop a cardiorespiratory endurance plan that identifies activities and applies fitness principles to improve or maintain. 
      3. Develop a muscular strength and endurance plan that identifies activities and applies fitness principles to improve or maintain. 
      4. Develop a flexibility plan that identifies activities and applies fitness principles to improve or maintain flexibility. 
      5. Create a health-related fitness plan that applies fitness concepts and principles for each component of fitness for a college-age student or adult. 
      6. Design a plan to maintain an appropriate energy balance for a healthy, active lifestyle.

    Standard 4: (all sports) A physically literate individual exhibits responsible, personal and social behavior that respects self and others.Benchmark A Demonstrate leadership by holding self and others responsible for following safe practices, rules, procedures and etiquette in physical activity settings. HIGH SCHOOL I
        Safety Self-direction 
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
      1. Contribute to the development and maintenance of rules that provide for safe participation in physical activities. 
      2. Identify unsafe practices and offer appropriate alternatives. 
      3. Give consistent effort at an appropriate level of challenge and take responsibility for individual actions. 
    HIGH SCHOOL II
        Safety Self-direction 
    (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
       
      1. Contribute to the development and maintenance of rules that provide for safe participation in physical activities. 
      2. Recognize unsafe conditions in an athletic venue and independently take steps to correct them. 
      3. Demonstrate leadership in physical activity settings (e.g., officiate a game, make own calls, resolve conflicts). 
      4. Demonstrate self-direction in a variety of physical activities and try out new or different tasks or challenges. 
    Benchmark B Initiate responsible, personal, social behavior and positively influence the behavior of others in physical activity settings.
       
    HIGH SCHOOL I
        Cooperation Respect Resolving conflict 
     (Fundamentals of PE class) :
      1. Communicate effectively with others to promote respect and conflict resolution in cooperative and competitive physical activities. 
      2. Recognize how to modify group activities, game expectations or behaviors to accommodate individuals with lesser or greater skills or special needs. 
      3. Accept decisions made by the designated official and respond to winning or losing with dignity and respect. 
    HIGH SCHOOL II
        Cooperation Respect Resolving conflict 
    (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes):
       
      1. Encourage appropriate cooperative and socially responsible behavior of participants and audience. 
      2. Modify group activities, game expectations or behaviors to accommodate individuals with lesser or greater skills or special needs. 
      3. Accept decisions made by the designated official and respond to winning or losing with dignity and respect.

    Standard 5:  (Marketing Campaign) A physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction.Benchmark A Analyzes the activity to identify specific physical, mental and social health benefits.                                                                                                    HIGH SCHOOL I Health reasons to be physically active  (Fundamentals of PE class) :
    1. Analyze the impact of physical activity on the body and explain the health benefits of regular participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity.                                 2. Analyze the impact of physical activity on emotional health.                                                                                                                                                                           3. Analyze the connection between physical activity and intellectual health as it relates to the positive effects of physical activity on brain function.                               HIGH SCHOOL II Health reasons to be physically active (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes): 
    1. Analyze the impact of a specific physical activity on the body and link the benefits to all of the components of fitness.                                                                              2. Analyze the impact of a specific physical activity on emotional health.                                                                                                                                                        3. Analyze the connection between a specific physical activity and intellectual health as it relates to the positive effects of physical activity on brain function.    Benchmark B Expresses multiple, specific reasons (enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, social) to participate in a selected physical activity.                        HIGH SCHOOL I Values physical activity through various means  (Fundamentals of PE class) :
    1. Share the specific reasons for participating in a selected physical activity.                                                                                                                                                  2. Identify the challenges in learning a new physical activity.                                                                                                                                                                           3. Articulate reasons that specific physical activities would be enjoyable as lifetime pursuits.                                                                                                                          4. Share the specific social benefits resulting from participation in a selected physical activity.                                                                                                                 HIGH SCHOOL II Values physical activity through various means (Team Sports, Fitness Training, and Individual and Dual Sports Classes): 
    1. Articulate reasons to participate in specific physical activities that would be enjoyable as lifetime pursuits with a clear message about the reasons and effectively encourage others to participate in the activity.                                                                                                                                                                                                    2. Identify the feelings that come with the challenge of learning a new physical activity.                                                                                                                                3. Research and identify options/ways for people to participate in the physical activity now and throughout their lives.                                                                                 4. Describe the social benefits of participating in a selected lifetime physical activity.

     

     

      Expectations:

    ·         Dress appropriately for class and be on time

    ·         Participate daily in class lessons

    ·         Maintain an organized folder

    ·         Turn in written work promptly

     SAMPLE CALENDAR:

    August 2018

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) (substitue Team Sports)  will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

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    22

    1st day of school

    intros

    23

    Begin dressing out; Basic intro to warm-ups, basic exercises and strengths  (F,W) Team Building(FPE)

    24

    FPE: Team Building and fit test

    F, W: outside stations “8 days of Hanukah”

    Standards 1A, 4A,B 

    25

    26

    27

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    28

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    Net/Wall games

    Standards 1B, 4A,B

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    29

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Tabata

    W: intro to weight room

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    30

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Stations

    W: stations

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    31

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: yoga

    W: stretching/ calisthenics

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

     

                   

     

     

    September 2018

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

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    Mon

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    1

    2

    3

    Labor Day--OFF

    4

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Arms

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    5

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: HIIT

    W: Pull Arms and abs

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    6

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Tighten and Tone

    W: stations

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    7

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: yoga

    W: stretch/yoga

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    8

    9

    10

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Legs

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    11

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: HIIT

    W: Push Arms

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    12

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Stations

    W: Pull Arms and abs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    12

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Relays

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    14

    FPE: Pick your fitness

    F: Yoga

    W: Pilates

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

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    16

    17

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    18

    FPE: Canoe Trip

    F, W: Pick your fitness

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    19

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Stations

    W: Pull Arms and abs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    20

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Relays

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    21

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Pilates

    W: meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    22

    23

    24

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Tabata

    W: Leg stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    25

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: HIIT

    W: Push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    26

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Relays

    W: Pull arms/ back

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    27

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: walk/run day

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    28

    FPE: walk/run

    F: Yoga

    W: Pilates

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    29

    October 2018

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

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    Mon

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    1

    FPE: Eclipse Ball

    F: HIIT

    W: Legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    2

    FPE: Eclipse Ball

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    3

    FPE: Eclipse Ball

    F: Relays

    W: Pull arms/ back

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    4

    FPE: Review different fitness exercises

    F: Stations

    W: walk/run day

     

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    Activity Assessment Plan (take home) 3A,B

     

     

    5

    FPE: Yoga

    F: meditation

    W: Pilates

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    6

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    8

    FPE: Eclipse Ball

    F: HIIT

    W: Legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    Activity Assessment DUE

     

    9

    FPE: shuffle board

    F: No gym

    W: No gym

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    10

    FPE: 6 laps

    F: Tabata

    W: pull arms and abs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    11

    FPE: Intro to wt. training

    F: Stations

    W: Legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    12

    No school

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    No school

     

    16

    FPE: Eclipse Ball

    F: Ultimate Frisbee

    W: Push arms and Legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    17

    FPE: Team Handball

    F: Tabata

    W: pull arms and abs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    18

    FPE: Team Handball/ ultimate Frisbee

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    19

    FPE: Team Handball/ultimate Frisbee

    F: Pilates

    W: meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

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    FPE: Golf

    F: HIIT

    W: legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    23

    FPE: Table Tennis

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    24

    FPE: Golf

    F: relays

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    25

    Analytical Portfolio--

    Computer lab

    26

    End 1 Q

    Analytical Portfolio--

    Computer lab

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    29

    FPE: Table Tennis

    F: stations

    W: Legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    30

    FPE: Golf

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    31

    FPE: Table Tennis

    F: relay

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

     

     

                   

     

    November 2018

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

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    FPE: Fitness circuit

    F: tabata w/ ball

    W: weight stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    2

    FPE: Ult. Frisbee/ handball

    F: meditation

    W: yoga/pilates

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    3

     

    4

    5

    FPE: Fitness relay

    F: relay

    W: legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    6

    voting, no gym

    7

    FPE: Soccer

    F: Tabata

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    8

    FPE: Soccer

    F: HIIT

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    9

    FPE: Soccer

    F: yoga

    W: meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    10

    11

    Veterans Day

    12

    FPE: Soccer

    F: relay

    W: legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    13

    FPE: Soccer

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    14

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: stations

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    15

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: HIIT

    W:

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    16

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: meditation

    W: pilates

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

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    18

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    FPE: Basketball

    F: relay

    W: legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    20

    FPE: Basketball

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    21

    FPE: Bocce Ball

    F & W: Pick your Fitness

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    22

    Thanksgiving Day- no school

     

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    no school

    24

     

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    no school

    27

    FPE: Basketball

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    28

    FPE: Basketball

    F: stations

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    29

    FPE: Badminton

    F: HIIT

    W: circuit

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    30

    FPE: Fitness

    F: yoga/pilates

    W: meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

     

                   

     

    December 2018

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

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    FPE: Badminton

    F: relay

    W: legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    4

    FPE: Badminton

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    5

    FPE: Badminton

    F: circuit

    W:pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    6

    FPE: Badminton

    F: HIIT

    W: stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    7

    FPE: Fitness

    F: meditation

    W: yoga/Pilates

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    8

    9

    10

    FPE: Hockey

    F: relay

    W: legs

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    11

    FPE: Hockey

    F: Tabata

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    12

    FPE: Hockey

    F: stations

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

     

     

     

    13

    FPE: Hockey

    F: HIIT

    W: circuit

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    14

    FPE: Fitness

    F: yoga

    W: meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    15

    16

    17

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    18

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    19

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    20

    fitness testing

    make -ups and pick your fitness

    Standards 1A, 4A,B

     

    21

    Winter break

    22

    23

    24

    Winter break

    25

    Winter break

    26

    Winter break

    27

    Winter break

    28

    Winter break

    29

    30

    31

    Winter break

     

     

     

     

     

                   

     

    January 2019

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

    Sun

    Mon

    Tue

    Wed

    Thu

    Fri

    Sat

     

     

    1

    Winter break

    2

    Winter break

    3

    FPE: softball

    F: relays

    W: stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    4

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: meditation

    W: yoga/pilates

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    5

    6

    7

    FPE: Softball

    F: Relays

    W: leg day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    8

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: Tabata

    W: push day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    9

    FPE: Softball

    F: stations

    W: pull day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    10

    FPE: Bocce ball

    F: HIIT

    W: stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    11

    FPE: Marketing Campaign

    F/W:Review  Standards 5 A,B

    12

    13

     

    14

    FPE: Marketing Campaign

    F/W:Review  Standards 5 A,B

    15

    Exams

     

    16

    Exams

     

    17

    End 2 Q-Exams:

     

    18

    No school

    19

    20

    21

    No school

    22

    1st day of school

    intros

    23

    Begin dressing out; Basic intro to warm-ups, basic exercises and strengths  (F,W) Team Building(FPE)

    24

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    25

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    26

    27

    28

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

     

    29

    FPE: Basketball

    F: tabata intro

    W: push arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    30

    FPE: Basketball

    F: stations

    W: pull arms

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    31

    FPE: Basketball

    F: relays

    W: stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

     

                   

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    February 2019

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

    Sun

    Mon

    Tue

    Wed

    Thu

    Fri

    Sat

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    FPE: Basketball

    F & W: Yoga/Pilates or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    2

    3

    4

    FPE: Basketball

    F: relays

    W: Leg workout

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    5

    FPE: Basketball

    F: tabata

    W: push day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    6

    FPE: Basketball

    F: HIIT

    W: pull day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    7

    FPE: Basketball

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    8

    FPE: Kickball

    F & W: Yoga/Pilates or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    9

    10

     

    11

    FPE: Basketball

    F: Relay

    W: Leg day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    12

    FPE: Basketball

    F: tabata

    W: push day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    13

    FPE: Soccer

    F: HIIT

    W: pull day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    14

    FPE: Soccer

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    15

    FPE: Soccer

    F & W: Yoga/Pilates or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    16

    17

    18

    No school

    19

    FPE: Softball

    F: tabata

    W: Leg Day day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    20

    FPE: Soccer

    F: rep Stations

    W: push day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    21

    FPE: Ult. Frisbee

    F & W: timed stations/pull day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    22

    FPE: Kickball

    F & W: Yoga/Pilates or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    23

    24

    25

    FPE: Soccer

    F: relays

    W: Leg workout

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    26

    FPE: Softball

    F: tabata

    W: Leg Day day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    27

    FPE: Soccer

    F:  Stations

    W: pull day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    28

    FPE: Ult. Frisbee

    F & W: timed stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

     

                   

     

    March

    2019

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

    Sun

    Mon

    Tue

    Wed

    Thu

    Fri

    Sat

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    FPE: Kickball-Fit Plan

    F & W: Yoga/Pilates or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    2

    3

    4

    No school

    5

    FPE: Soccer

    F: relays

    W: Leg workout

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    6

    FPE: Soccer—Fit Plan DUE 3A, 3B, 4A

    F:  12 days of x-mas

    W: Push day Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    7

    FPE: Ult. Frisbee

    F & W: timed stations/ pull day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    8

    FPE: Kickball

    F & W: Yoga/Pilates or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    9

    10

     

    11

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: relays

    W: Leg workout

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    12

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: Tabata

    W: Push workout

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    13

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: Stations

    W: pull workout

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    14

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F: HIIT

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    15

    FPE: Lacrosse

    F/W: yoga or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    16

    17

    18

    FPE: Hockey

    F: Relays

    W: Leg Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    19

    FPE: Hockey

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    20

    FPE: Hockey

    F: HIIT

    W: pull Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    21

    FPE: Hockey

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    22

    End of 3Q

    FPE: Hockey

    F/W: yoga or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    23

    24

    25

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Relays

    W: Leg Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    26

    FPE: Volleyball

    F:Tabata

    W: Push Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    27

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: HIIT

    W: pull Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    28

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    29

    FPE: Kickball

    F/W: yoga or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    30

    31

     

     

     

     

     

     

                   

     

    April

    2019

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

    Sun

    Mon

    Tue

    Wed

    Thu

    Fri

    Sat

     

    1

    Spring break

    2

    Spring break

    3

    Spring break

    4

    Spring break

    5

    Spring break

    6

    7

     

    8

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Relays

    W: Leg Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    9

    FPE:  Volleyball

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    10

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: HIIT

    W: pull Day

    Standards

    11

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    12

    FPE: Volleyball

    F/W: yoga or meditation

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    13

    14

    15

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Relays

    W: Leg Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    16

    FPE:  Volleyball

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    17

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: HIIT

    W: pull Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    18

    FPE: Volleyball

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    19

    no school

    20

    21

    Easter Sunday

    22

    FPE: Team Handball

    F: Relays

    W: Leg Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    23

    FPE: Team Handball

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    24

    FPE: Team Handball

    F: HIIT

    W: pull Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    25

    FPE: Bocce Ball

    F: Stations

    W: Stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

    26

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: yoga

    W: stretch/yoga

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    27

    28

    29

    30

     

     

     

     

                   

     

    May

    2019

    Physical Education—Mrs. Jodi Mirman: Intro to Fitness (F), Intro to Weight Training (W), and Fundamentals (FPE) will be briefed on this calendar.  Progress Book will be updated daily.

    Sun

    Mon

    Tue

    Wed

    Thu

    Fri

    Sat

     

     

     

     

    1

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: HIIT

    W: pull Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

     

     

    2

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Stations

    W: stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    3

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: yoga

    W: stretch/yoga

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    4

    5

    6

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Relays

    W: Leg Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    7

    FPE:  Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Tabata

    W: Push Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    8

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: HIIT

    W: pull Day

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    9

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: Stations

    W: stations

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

     

    10

    FPE: Tennis/ pickleball

    F: yoga

    W: stretch/yoga

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B

    11

    12

    Mother’s Day

     

    13

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    14

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

    15

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

     

    16

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

     

     

    17

    FPE: Fitness testing

    F, W: fitness testing

    Standards 1A,B 4A,B 

     

    18

    19

     

    20

    Senior exams

     

    21

    Senior exams

     

    22

    FPE: Marketing Campaign

    F/W:Review  Standards 5 A,B

    23

    FPE: Marketing Campaign

    F/W:Review  Standards 5 A,B

    24

    Exams

     

    25

    26

    27

    no school

    28

    FPE: Marketing Campaign

    F/W:Review  Standards 5 A,B

    29

    Exams

     

    30

    Exams

     

    Students last day

    31