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Add a fitness goal to your busy lives. I ask the children to get on the floor when they watch TV and work on their stretching! Perhaps a push up goal you can do with them. Exercise is a great habit to get into. Ask your children how to do a proper plank, push-up, curl up, or squat. Let them show you what they learned. Try it with them. Make it a contest. See if you can add one more everyday. If kids see you exercising as a part of your routine, they are more likely to make it part of their lives too. Family exercise! It's fun to be fit!
Monly Unit Plan
School No. 2 Physical Education
K-2 3 -6
September General Space
& Yoga
Fitness testing
& Yoga
October Soccer Soccer
November Ball Skills Hockey

December Newcomb Volleyball

January Bean Bag Unit
Basketball
February Jump rope/
Scooter

Fitness unit

March Cooperative Games Cooperative Games
April Parachute Fitness Testing
May Tee Ball Wiffle Ball
June Fitness Frisbee

Letter to Parents

Fort Lee School #2
2047 Jones Road

Fort Lee, NJ 07024
201-585-4630

September 2, 2016

Dear Parents/Guardians of School No. 2:

Welcome to the 2016 - 2017 school year and to our physical education program. It is with great pleasure that I introduce myself to you as the physical education teacher of School 2. My name is Denise Beffre and I am proud to be a part of the Fort Lee district for the last 14 years, 12 at the high school and now my third year with the wonderful staff at School 2. I am very excited to be working with your children again this year.

It is my mission as a physical educator to engage all the students with interesting cooperative games, fitness challenges and knowledge and skills for various sports. Throughout the year, we will teach good sportsmanship and the importance of integrity while learning about lifetime fitness. I am looking forward to having a strong partnership with you for the overall success in your child’s education at our school.

The dress code for physical education is comfortable athletic clothes (no dresses, skirts and preferably no jeans ) and athletic sneakers designed for both indoor and outdoor use. The traditional lace up athletic sneaker provides the best support for children, however we will accept Velcro for younger students or until they know how to tie the laces. We want to ensure your child’s safety, so please be advised that heels, boots, sandals, high platform sneakers, crocs, or slip on shoes are not permitted, as they promote instability and can lead to injury. Students who may be wearing these types of footwear will not be able to participate in Physical activity that day. This will impact the grade so please wear or pack those sneakers!

As the school year begins, I kindly ask you to please remind your child what day he/she has PE and dress properly for class. If your child cannot participate for an illness or injury please send a note. If it is multiple days, please send a doctor's note.

The 4 main rules are:
  1. Good sportsmanship
  2. good behavior & effort
  3. Listen & follow directions
  4. Respect for others & equipment

I am looking forward to a wonderful school year. Please feel free to contact me at any time with questions and concerns at dbeffre@flboe.com. If you have any kind of pressing issue you MUST call the main office and speak to someone personally.

For the rest of the year, please check the fusion pages to find out what’s happening in P.E. Thank you for your time and support.

Sincerely,

Denise Beffre

Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it. ~Plato


Revised rubric for PE 9/2/16
FORT LEE SCHOOL NO. 2
Physical Education Grading Rubric
H
High
Achievement
S
Satisfactory
Progress
I
Improvement Needed
U
Unsatisfactory
Preparation
Student is
always prepared for P.E. class
(proper attire and footwear)
Student is
almost always prepared for PE class
(1-2 times)
Student is seldom
prepared for PE
class
(3-5 times)
Student is
consistently
unprepared for PE class
(6 or more times)
Listens to
instructions
and follows
rules
Student models
exemplary
behavior by
always listening
to instructions and following rules

Student often listens to
instructions and
follows rules
(1-3 minuses)
Student is
uncooperative.
Seldom listens to
instructions or follows rules
(4-6 minuses)
Student does not listen to
instructions or
follows rules.
Disruptive in the class setting
(7 or more minuses)
Respect for
people and
equipment
Student always demonstrates
utmost respect for oneself,
others, teacher,
and equipment
Student often
demonstrates
respect for
oneself, others,
teacher, and
equipment
Student seldom
demonstrates
resect for
oneself, others,
teacher, and
equipment
Student does not demonstrate
respect for oneself, others, teacher and
equipment

Effort
Student gives top effort daily and
models a high
level of
participation.
Always strives
for personal best
Student models
a good level of
participation /
daily effort. Often strives for personal best
Student gives poor effort, little or no movement
during activity.
Seldom strives for personal
best
Student avoids
participation. Off
task and interferes with the learning of others.
Does not strive for personal best
Sportsmanship:
-helps /
encourages others
-gracious
winner /loser
-maintains
positive attitude
Student always
demonstrates
qualities and
characteristics of
sportsmanship
Student often
demonstrates qualities and
characteristics of sportmanship
Student seldom
demonstrates
qualities and
characteristics of sportsmanship
Student does not demonstrate
Qualities and characteristics of sportsmanship
Discussion Topics
Homework
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