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Treasure Mountain Physical Education
9th Grade, 2010-2011
Mr. Torrey
[email protected]

Physical Education Course Description
Physical Education develops a healthy physical lifestyle through exploration of
movement and participation in individual and team activities. Physical Education
promotes a positive self-image, the basic components of lifelong health and fitness, and
appropriate social behaviors in both independent and group activities.
Possible Activities
Archery, Flag Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Ultimate Games, Badminton, indoor Tennis,
Floor Hockey, Fitness, Basketball, Dance, Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Softball,
Traverse Wall, Inline Skating, Ice skating, Golf

85% Daily Participation/ Sportsmanship/Dress (Score based on MYP rubrics)
15% Written Work/ Home Work/Skill Evaluations /Fitness Testing/Written Tests
Late work will be minus 10 points per calendar day
The Sport Education Model will be used for most activities.
Students will be assigned jobs related to their teams. Students will be required to carry
out the job requirements and will be graded as to how well they full filled those
Show REPECT to the game, your coach, teachers and the officials. Never question the
referee and always listen to your coach and teachers.
Show RESPONSIBILITY to your teammates, instructors, family and yourself. You are
always accountable for your own actions on and off the field.
Show INTEGRITY by being honest and following the rules. Always give 100% and
never cheat.
Show LEADERSHIP by putting your team first in all decisions. Your example in
games and practices will inspire others to follow.
Show SPORTSMANSHIP by reacting correctly even when others do not. Acknowledge
good plays, accept bad calls and always thank your opponents
There will be a make up assignment for all absences, which must be approved by your
instructor. See teacher page for directions and format as to what is required and

Text Book
Fitness for life, Authors: Charles B. Corbin and Ruth Linsey
Loss of Participation Points for the Day
If a student is assigned to in school suspension for any reason and misses class
Unexcused absences from the office
Out of School Suspensions
Food, Drink, Candy, GUM, Third time zero for the day.


Dress (Required Physical Education Uniform)

Gray Park City Physical Education or Treasure Mountain logo T-shirt T-shirt with FIRST name and LAST INTIAL printed on it, in the space provided on the front with permanent marker. Black Park City Physical Education or Treasure Mountain logo shorts Shorts are to have your LAST name printed in the space provided in permanent Your name must be on your uniform or have a loaner from your instructor to
earn credit for dress.
A pair of tennis/court shoes or athletic shoes (non-marking soles, properly tied / and clean of all debris when in the gym)
Athletic socks (optional) Towel (optional) No jewelry, watches or ear rings Sweatshirt, sweat pants or other cold weather gear when appropriate.Shorts cannot hang below the knees at their lowest point.Shorts must be worn high enough at the waist so as to not be offensive or exposing undergarments or those parts of the body that would normally be covered by undergarments. The initial uniform fee is $20.00 for one uniform. If you lose or damage your uniform
the replacement cost is $30. If you would like to purchase a second uniform the cost is
$30. All uniforms include a shirt and shorts; nothing is sold separately.

Suggested items for outside activities:
When appropriate for the activity, sunglasses, sunscreen, sports cap, and a water bottle.
Students should check the lost and found daily.
Lockers with built in locks will be assigned to each student. Each student is responsible for the locker. Do not share your locker and/or combination with anyone. Only the person who is assigned that locker will be given the combination. Your lockers should be LOCKED at all times. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
to check that your locker is locked.
No backpacks in gym and locker rooms.
Do Not leave valuables in your P.E. locker.


No use of equipment until your physical education teacher has given permission. The fitness room is off limits. Correct use of equipment with teacher permission only.
The student’s instructor will address consequences for any violation individually.


Students will report to the locker room before class time.
Students are expected to report to roll THREE minutes after the tardy bell
• School tardy policy applies.
Dismissal Policy
Students will be allowed THREE minutes when inside and FIVE minutes when
out side to get dressed at the end of the period.Students are not allowed to leave the gym until excused by the instructor and should wait in the gym until that time. If a student leaves before being released
by the instructor, he or she will lose all daily points.

Illness/ Injury
If you are well enough to be here, then you are well enough to participate.
If your child is restricted from activity, the following must occur:

All restriction from activity requires a dated and signed note from a physician.
An alternate activity will be given to the student to participate in when the
planned activity is something they are restricted from.
This is to ensure the safety of the students.
With all excuses, state specific reasons why the student cannot participate in
certain activity as well as the limited activities in which the student may
A doctor note to return to activity must be signed and dated in order to
return to activity.

Treasure Mountain Physical Education
I have read and understand the policies stated above. STUDENT’S NAME (PRINTED) ________________________________________ STUDENT SIGNATURE________________________________ DATE__________ PARENT’S NAME (PRINTED) __________________________________________ PARENT’S SIGNATURE _______________________________ DATE__________ PHONE #’S ____________________________ _____________________________ ____________________________ _____________________________ E-MAIL ADDRESS _____________________________________________________ PLEASE LIST ANY PAST HISTORY OF ILLNESS OR INJURY ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PLEASE LIST CURRENT MEDICATIONS AND THE REASON THEY ARE BEING TAKEN. ALL MEDICATIONS MUST BE IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER. Example: Epipen, allergic to bee stings Atrovent inhaler, asthma, 4x/day ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Source: http://tmjh.pcschools.us/woad-local/users/ctorrey/9th_disclosure2010-11.pdf

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