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GRADE 10 PE COURSE OUTLINE

A student at Tolland High School has two requirements in Physical Education.  These are Physical Education/Health 9 and Physical Education/Fitness 10.  A student receives one credit per course.  These courses have the same consideration as other academic courses in determining honor roll.  The Physical Education department also offers elective courses for those students who have met their requirements.

 The Physical Education/Fitness 10 classes consist of one quarter of Fitness activities and one quarter of Physical Education.  The quarter of Fitness includes development of a personal fitness program, which is the second graduation requirement in the Physical Education department.  A drug education unit is also taught in each class.

 A variety of Physical Education activities are offered at Tolland High School.  There is a balance between team and individual sports.  It is hoped that the students will continue to participate in some of the activities throughout their lifetime.  Some of the activities offered are:

 Archery                                    Floor Hockey                           Scooter Games
Badminton                                Frisbee                                     Soccer Basketball                                Lacrosse                                  Speedball
Cooperative Games                  Lawn Games                            Team Handball
Flag Football                            Pickleball                                  Volleyball

 The grading criteria for PE/Fitness 10 are as follows:

 Fitness                                                              PE activities

Jog 10%                                                           Jog 15 %
Stretch 10%                                                     Stretch 15%
Weight and Cardio room Rubric 20%            Activities 50%
Participation 10%                                            Change of Clothes 10%
Change of Clothes10%                         Quizzes/Writing Assignments 10%
Drug Education/ Goal Sheet/ Quiz 10%
Final Project 30%

 When using the equipment, each student will be held accountable in the following ways:

  1. If a student is issued or uses a piece of equipment that is damaged, they must immediately inform the instructor.
  2. If a piece of equipment is damaged while being used by a student, they must report it immediately to the instructor.

 Failure to follow this procedure could result in the student being held responsible for replacement cost.

  LOCK ALL VALUABLES including cell phones and music gear in the locker provided.  Do not share combinations.

  1. NO SPRAYING deodorant, body spray, hairspray, colognes, perfumes in the locker room.  Also do not use scented lotions.  (See THS Allergy Statement)
  2. Appropriate change of clothes required.  The following is PROHIBITED in PE class  (see student handbook):
  • Spaghetti straps on shirts; shirts need to have 2 inch wide straps. 
  • Attire or accessories, which depict logo or emblems that are disruptive of the educational process (Some examples are drugs, alcohol, tobacco use, profanity, etc.)
  • Shirts or blouses that reveal the abdomen
  • Shirts, tops and shorts which do not cover the upper thigh
  • Shorts or pants which reveal undergarments

 

Cell phones and music devices are not allowed in class.  Leave them locked in your lockers. They will be confiscated if found out and/or in the gym and turned into the main office.  (See student handbook)
 
Do not leave the locker room until the instructors tell you to go into the gym or the bell rings at the end of the block.
 
Once in the gym, you will not be allowed to go back into the locker room.