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Elementary: Require physical education 30 minutes per day, five days per week. (150 minutes per week) Middle School: Require three semesters of physical education 6 th – 8 th grade. (225 minutes per week)

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Dps commission recommendations december 2004 strengthen physical education

  • Elementary: Require physical education 30 minutes per day, five days per week. (150 minutes per week)

  • Middle School: Require three semesters of physical education 6th – 8th grade. (225 minutes per week)

  • High School: Require 9th graders to take "Introduction to High School Physical Education" to fulfill one of the two semesters required for graduation.

  • Employ certified/endorsed physical education teachers at all levels.

DPS COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS (DECEMBER 2004)STRENGTHEN PHYSICAL EDUCATION


High quality physical education requires

Adequate time (150 min/week for elementary; 225 min/week for secondary)

Highly qualified teachers

Adequate facilities and supplies

Reasonable class sizes

A written curriculum

Student assessment

High Quality Physical Education Requires

U.S. Department of Health

and Human Services

Center for Disease Control

and Prevention


K 12 physical education staffing reductions
K-12 Physical Education secondary)Staffing Reductions

  • 2002-03

  • 203 PE positions

  • 2011-12

  • 118 PE positions

  • 42% reduction in staff


  • Elementary school p e frequency and duration
    Elementary School secondary)P.E. Frequency and duration

    • 1991-92—daily PE

      • 125 minutes per week

    • 2011-12—on average, 1.5 days of PE per week

      • 54 minutes per week

    • 57% reduction


    Fitness scores healthy fitness zone hfz

    • Standards established by The Cooper Institute represent levels of fitness that offer some degree of protection against diseases which can result from sedentary living.

    • The FitnessGram assessment determines the "Healthy Fitness Zone" (HFZ). Students that achieved the HFZ received feedback stating their level of fitness was sufficient for good health.

    • HFZ fitness tests for DPS 4th & 5th grade students

    • PACER Test – Aerobic Capacity

    • Push-ups – Muscular Strength & Endurance

    • Sit and Reach – Flexibility

    Fitness ScoresHealthy Fitness Zone (HFZ)


    Dps 4 th 5 th grade attendance dps fitness testing results
    DPS 4 levels of fitness that offer some degree of protection against diseases which can result from sedentary living.TH & 5TH GRADE ATTENDANCE DPS FITNESS TESTING RESULTS

    95-100% attendance

    • 25% students in HFZ

      80-94% attendance

    • 21% students in HFZ

      70-79% attendance

    • 17% students in HFZ

      0-69% attendance

    • 9% students in HFZ


    4 th 5 th grade math csap scores dps fitness testing results
    4 levels of fitness that offer some degree of protection against diseases which can result from sedentary living.th & 5th Grade Math CSAP ScoresDPS Fitness testing results

    (A) Advanced Math Scores

    • 33% students in HFZ

      (P) Proficient Math Scores

    • 25% students in HFZ

      (PP) Partially Proficient Scores

    • 19% students in HFZ

      (U) Unsatisfactory Math Scores

    • 17% students in HFZ


    4 th 5 th grade reading csap scores dps fitness testing results
    4 levels of fitness that offer some degree of protection against diseases which can result from sedentary living.th & 5th grade Reading CSAP scores DPS Fitness testing results

    (A) Advanced Reading Scores

    • 42% students in HFZ

      (P) Proficient Reading Scores

    • 27% students in HFZ

      (PP) Partially Proficient Scores

    • 19% students in HFZ

      (U) Unsatisfactory Scores

    • 18% students in HFZ


    Impact of mill levy funding for elementary physical education

    impact of Mill Levy fundingfor elementary physical education


    Moderate to vigorous physical activity mvpa

    • An external evaluator for a federal grant was contracted to conduct classroom observations on DPS physical education teachers using the SOFIT protocol.

    • The SOFIT protocol measures the percentage of time students are engaged in moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA).

    • During PE classes in DPS, the average MVPA was 64.5% compared to the national norm of 33.5%.

    • One of the DPS afterschool enrichment programs was also evaluated. The fitness portion of this program averaged 21.6 % MVPA.

    Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA)


    Dps commission recommendations december 2004 strengthen physical education

    School-Based Physical conduct classroom observations on DPS physical education teachers using the SOFIT protocol.

    Education Studies: Highlights

    • Eleven of 14 studies found one or more positive associations between physical education and indicators of cognitive skills and attitudes, academic behavior, and/or academic achievement.

    • Overall, increased time in physical education appears to have a positive relationship or no relationship with academic achievement.

    www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth


    Dps commission recommendations december 2004 strengthen physical education

    White House Task Force on Childhood Obesity conduct classroom observations on DPS physical education teachers using the SOFIT protocol.

    Report to President Obama

    Recommendations include:

    • Local wellness policies should include strong physical activity components, on par with nutrition components.

    • State and local education agencies should require increased quality and frequency of sequential, age- and developmentally-appropriate physical education for all students, taught by certified teachers.