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Arundel Middle School
Physical Education and Health Education
Introduction
2010-2011
Physical Education Teachers
Ms. Riedel
Mr. Bidle
Mr. Lively
Middle School Philosophy
• Physical education learning experiences compliment
and support the academic maturation process of a
child. Positive self-image, the ability to interact
appropriately, personal responsibility, team building and
sportsmanship are natural components of the
performance and skill-based curriculum. The ability to
compare, contrast and analyze as well as to plan,
experiment and create are all utilized in the gymnasiums
and fields as well as in the academic classrooms.
AMS Physical Education Policy
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Instruction shall include but not be limited to:
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exercises that promote cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.
activities which will contribute to the student's motor,
cognitive, and affective (expressions of emotion) abilities.
providing a continuum of services designed to meet the
needs of students with disabilities as determined through
the Individual Education Plan(IEP).
CLASSES
• All Anne Arundel County middle school students are
required to have physical education for three marking
periods and health for one marking period.
• Fitness and Conditioning
• Coordination
• Throwing and Catching
• Striking
• Speed, Timing and Accuracy
• Leisure/Recreational Activities
• Dance
Expectations
• Students will dress and participate everyday.
• Be respectful to other students, faculty and staff.
• No rough housing in gym, hall, and locker room.
• No gum, food or drinks.
• Students must have tennis shoes in order to participate and earn
points.
• No markers of ANY kind in the gym or locker room.
• If injured or sick, must present the teacher with a doctors note
after the non-participation day. (a parent note only counts for one
class day, thereafter you must have a valid doctor’s excuse)
• If not dressed must do written assignment.
• Follow directions first time given.
• If you hear a whistle you stop what you are doing immediately
and listen for instructions.
• Always give effort. Your grade is based on effort not
performance.
• Restroom usage will not be permitted during instructional time,
use restroom while changing for class.
• Water fountains out in the hall will not be used (only in the gym)
Dress Code
In order to EARN full daily points you must dress
out completely and participate to the BEST OF
YOUR ability.
10 daily points will be given.
2 pt – Shirt
2 pt – Shorts
1 pt - Shoes
5 pt’s- Warm-up/Participation/Classroom Behavior
The way you dress!!!
Stay off Equipment!!!
KEEP OFF!!!
Water Fountains???No, No and
NO!!!
Stay in your areas!
Dress Code
Student
Day 1
Day2
Day 3
Day 4
Total/
Grade
John
10
8 (Behavior)
8 (No Shirt)
10
36/40
A 90%
Kevin
8 (No Shirt)
8 (No Shirt)
8 (No Shirt)
10
34/40
B 85%
Becky
0 (No
Dress/No
W.A.)
10
10
10
30/40
C 75%
Heather
6 (No S.S)
6 (No S.S)
6 (No S.S)
6 (No S.S)
24/40
D 60%
Ryan
4 (No Shoes
No uniform
W.A.)
8(No shoes,
has uniform,
W.A.)
0 (Nothing)
5 (No
Participation)
17/40
E 43%
Dress Code Continued…
Non-Dress
1st offense- warning and written
assignment.
2nd offense- parent contact and written
assignment.
3rd offense on may result in further
disciplinary actions.
*All written assignments must be taken home and signed by a parent/guardian.
Locker Room
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Each student will be assigned their own SMALL locker.
A lock is HIGHLY suggested to protect valuables.
No sharing of lockers.
Students will be given 5-6 minutes to change and use the
restroom before being dismissed to the gym or health room.
5. If renting a uniform you must see the teacher before the bell to
start the class rings. Get to the rental station as early as possible.
(Rentals won’t start until September 13th, 2010.)
6. Must fill out locker card with full name, period/day, locker
combo and locker number.
7. No throwing of ANY objects in the locker room.
8. No going back into the locker rooms once you leave for class.
9. Leave all jewelry and valuable in locker’s
10. NO CELL PHONES
Warmups
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Monday – dynamic warm up
Tuesday - Yoga
Wednesday- dynamic warm up
Thursday – 5 Health related fitness components
(cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength,
muscular endurance flexibility and body
composition)
• Friday – warm up game/activity
* These will be during the first 7-10 minutes of class. The schedule will be
consistent every week. We will start on the days unit after warmup.
Future Things to Think About…
*** Seasonal Intramurals***
***Field Day***
&
Terrapin
Adventures***
***PE Field Trip to
Terrapin Tower
Zip-Line/Giant Swing
Terrapin Tower/Rock Wall
And Much More…
Let’s Have a Great School Year!!!

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