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PEEKSKILL MIDDLE SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION. COACH BASSO COACH IASILLO COACH DiCUIO COACH MACKAY. CLASS PROCEDURES. 7 th and 8 th grade students report straight to the locker room to meet their P.E. teacher. 6 th graders will report directly to the gymnasium.

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peekskill middle school physical education

PEEKSKILL MIDDLE SCHOOLPHYSICAL EDUCATION

COACH BASSO

COACH IASILLO

COACH DiCUIO

COACH MACKAY

class procedures
CLASS PROCEDURES
  • 7th and 8th grade students report straight to the locker room to meet their P.E. teacher. 6th graders will report directly to the gymnasium.
  • Students will have 5 minutes to change and line up inside of the locker room. Each 7th and 8th grade student will be assigned a locker with a combination lock. No books, pens, or markers will be allowed in the gym.
  • Students will walk with their teacher to the gym and sit/stand in their assigned spot.
  • Classes consist of a warm-up, activity, and lesson closure.
  • Students will walk back to locker room with their teacher and have 5 minutes to change.
  • 6th grade students will not be required to change (except for swimming) and therefore will not receive a P.E. locker.
  • ***Until further notice students will report directly to the gym and will not be required to change, but will be required to have sneakers to participate****
expectations
EXPECTATIONS
  • Students are expected to report to class on time, change, and be ready to leave the locker room with their classmates.
  • Students are expected to participate in all components of the lesson (warm-up, activity, closure)
  • Students are expected to show respect, good sportsmanship, and cooperation throughout the entire class period.
  • There is no food or drinks allowed in the gym or pool, including gum.
locker room rules and procedures
LOCKER ROOMRULES AND PROCEDURES
  • No food or drinks will be allowed in the locker room.
  • All personal belongings including cell phones, Ipods/Itouch, PSP’s, money, etc. should be locked in their lockers. THE P.E. STAFF WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS LOST OR STOLEN DURING CLASS!
  • Horseplay, bullying, and inappropriate language in the locker room will not be tolerated and will result in disciplinary action that could include call back after school, written referral, administrative discipline, and/or a phone call to parents/guardians.
  • Lockers will be emptied before November, December, February, and April breaks. Due to sanitary concerns, items left in lockers may be discarded. Students will be given at least 1 week to clean out their lockers prior to a break.
attire
ATTIRE
  • SNEAKERS
  • SWEATPANTS
  • KNEE LENGTH SHORTS
  • T-SHIRTS OR SWEATSHIRTS
  • NO JEWELRY
  • STUDENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR VALUABLES
grading policy
GRADING POLICY
  • 5 points= student is on time to and from class, changed, participates, and shows good sportsmanship.
  • 3 points= student is on time, participates but does not change.
  • Participation (80 %)
  • Written or physical skills assessment (20 % of total grade)
  • NOTE: Absences exceeding 8 in one quarter will result in a significant loss of quarterly points and may lead to a possible failure.
  • Penalties- tardiness to and from class, vandalism, physical/ verbal aggression, disrespect, name calling will result in loss of 1 point per infraction.
  • Students who are tardy to or from class 3 times in a quarter will lose their locker room privileges for the next class.
failure to participate
FAILURE TO PARTICIPATE
  • 1st Time Offense- Student earns a zero for the class period and a conference with the teacher.
  • 2nd Time Offense- Student earns a zero and an after school detention.
  • 3rd Time Offense- Student earns zero and will have an after-school detention, and a phone call to a parent/guardian.
  • 4th Time Offense- Student earns a zero, phone call home, and meeting with guidance counselor or principal.
  • 5th Time Offense- Parent is asked to come for a conference with student, teacher, and guidance counselor.
  • ***Each time a student refuses to participate they will be required to fill in a worksheet based on the lesson of the day. ****
discipline consequences
DISCIPLINE/CONSEQUENCES
  • Student will be spoken to in private by teacher
  • Student is removed for specified amount of time from activity
  • Student assigned after school or lunch detention
  • Phone call home to parent/guardian
  • Written referral
swimming program
SWIMMING PROGRAM

All students will be required to swim at some point during the school year. Students will be grouped according to swimming ability. Students will be required to have a bathing suit, towel, and goggles in order to participate in the aquatics program. More information about the swimming program will be given when we are ready to use the pool. Please tell your parent/guardian that you need a bathing suit NOW! This will give you enough time to get a bathing suit before we begin swimming and you will not lose any time or points.

swimming curriculum
Swimming Curriculum
  • Survival Skills- submersion, floating, treading, rescue techniques (8th grade)
  • Pool Entry- wading/jumping/diving
  • Swim Strokes- front crawl, elementary backstroke, back crawl, breaststroke, side stroke/butterfly
  • Water Sports- water polo, volleyball, races
units covered
UNITS COVERED
  • FALLWINTER

Football Badminton/Tennis

Soccer Basketball

Team Handball Gymnastics/Dance

Volleyball Ultimate Frisbee

Floor Hockey Large Group Games

Fitness Activities Project Adventure

Project Adventure

SPRING

Orienteering Lacrosse Wiffleball

Softball Project Adventure Coop. Games

Lifetime Games (Bocce, Horshoes, Shuffle board) Cricket

extra curricular activities for 7 th 8 th graders
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES For 7th & 8th Graders
  • FALL SPORTSWINTER SPORTS

Football (Boys) Basketball (Boys and Girls)

Soccer (Boys and Girls) Wrestling (Boys)

Cross Country (Boys & Girls) Indoor Track (Boys & Girls)

Volleyball (Girls) Modified Swimming (Boys)

Modified Swimming (Girls)

SPRING Sports

Lacrosse (Boys) Track (Boys and Girls)

Softball (Girls) Baseball (Boys)

Monthly Sport Tournaments

November-Football January- Floor Hockey March- Basketball

December- Soccer February- Badminton April- Ultimate Frisbee

May- Wiffle Ball June- PKMS Triathlon (150yd swim or 3 laps, 2 mile bike, ½ mile run around field); all components will be timed.

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contacts and resources
CONTACTS AND RESOURCES
  • Email Addresses:
  • Coach Iasillo- jiasillo@peekskillcsd.org
  • Coach Basso- cbasso@peekskillcsd.org
  • Coach DiCuio- adicuio@peekskillcsd.org
  • Phone: (914) 737-4542

Class Page

  • Go to Peekskill Middle School Home Page http://ms.peekskillcsd.org/
  • Click on “Class Pages”
  • Click on “Physical Education”
closure
CLOSURE
  • SAFETY
  • SECURITY
  • SUCCESS
  • QUESTIONS??????