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Senate Bill 530 Changes Delivery of Physical Education Instruction. Curriculum & Instruction Marilyn Mitton, Specialist. Requirements of SB 530 Overview. Student requirements for vigorous activity Fitness assessment required grades 3-12 Fitness assessment components

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Senate Bill 530Changes Delivery of Physical Education Instruction

Curriculum & Instruction

Marilyn Mitton, Specialist


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Requirements of SB 530 Overview

  • Student requirements for vigorous activity

  • Fitness assessment required grades 3-12

  • Fitness assessment components

  • Data collection and analysis

  • LEA policy and procedure

  • BISD personnel and equipment needs


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Requirements for Vigorous Activity

  • Kinder – 5th grade students will participate in moderate or vigorous activity 30 minutes daily or 135 minutes per week

  • In middle school students grades 6 – 8 will participate in four semesters of moderate or vigorous physical activity; 30 minutes daily or 135 minutes per week beginning in the 2008-2009 school year

  • NOTE: Students must be appropriately dressed in order to participate in moderate to vigorous activity


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Fitness Assessment Requirements

  • All students grades 3 – 12

  • Students are assessed annually

  • Not required to assess students who have a disability for whom this assessment would be inappropriate

  • The individual student results are confidential


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Fitness Assessment Components

  • Aerobic capacity (mile run/walk or walk/run for time)

  • Body composition (body mass index/skin calipers)

  • Muscular strength & endurance

    (curl ups/push ups)

  • Flexibility(sit and reach)

    Criterion referenced fitness standards specific to age and gender


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Data Collection and Analysis

  • Summary results will be sent from the LEA to each year

  • Analysis at the state level will be conducted to see what correlation exists with: 1) student academic achievement 2) attendance 3) obesity 4) disciplinary problems 5) the school meal program


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LEA Policy and Procedure

  • Student needing improvement in their fitness level will be referred to resources including CATCH

  • Information will be provided in the student handbook and district web-site and will include information about the SHAC

  • Local policy in regard to student access to vending machines

  • Local policy in regard to penalties for tobacco use

  • Notice to parents in regard to student fitness results


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Personnel and Equipment Needs

  • PE teachers are scheduled for fitness assessment training at UTB on September 18th or 19th

  • School nurses will assess student body composition

  • The state mandate was not funded nor in the LEA budget

  • Non-competitive grant monies are available for grades 6-8

  • UTB may be interested in a MOU – upper level UTB students could help with campus student assessment


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Reminders

  • The moderate and vigorous activity daily requirement is not negotiable

  • The fitness assessment for students is not negotiable

  • The need for life-time fitness for our students is written in the TEKS; implementation is not negotiable

  • Senate Bill 530 raises accountability for instruction that has been provided for years – the required change for fitness assessment will highlight the importance of lifetime fitness and physical education