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Steuart Weller Physical Education Department
  We are so excited to welcome in our new Weller family members this coming school year.  We hope you have had a healthy and active summer.  This can be the year that you achieve all those physical goals you set for yourself.  It is our hope that you push toward being the healthiest and most active you have ever been.  That could come in the form of becoming a more skillful all-around athlete or improving on your five components of fitness (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body composition) from our Five for Life Fitness curriculum.  Which ever it is, with your hard work and dedication anything is possible.
Stay Active! And we can't wait to work with you!
Mr. Beck
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Participation and Grading Policy

· Grades 1-5 will meet with the PE Specialists 3 times a week and 2 times a week with their classroom teacher.

· Students are expected to dress in appropriate, comfortable clothes and wear proper athletic shoes for safe participation.  The following clothing items are NOT appropriate for PE:

                        1. Flip-flops, sandals or Crocs

            2. Boots, dress shoes, Heelys

            3. Skirts & dresses (must have shorts underneath)

· In the event participation is limited due to a medical condition, please notify the PE Specialist in writing.  After three consecutive days of missed PE, a medical note is required.  We encourage medical excuses include both what the child may and may not do and when they can return to regular physical activity.

· If a child must sit out of PE due to a prolonged injury or illness the child will be required to complete a physical education related assignment during that PE class.

· Students will be receiving 2 different grades in Physical Education.  

                 1) Demonstrates skills and content taught

             2) Participates with appropriate behavior/level of participation

                   · Under these categories your child will possibly receive a:

                              4 = Exceeds standard

                        3 = Meets standard


2 = Progressing


1 = Below standard

Activities this year....

Cooperative Games

5 component of Fitness

Intensity Levels

Goal Setting

Food Guide Plate

Skeletal Systems

Healthy Heart Activities   

Striking w/ Feet



Fitness Testing

Cup Stacking

Locomotor Skills

Throwing & Catching

Jumping & Landing/Jump Rope

Striking w/ short handled Implements

Striking w/ long handled implements

Ball Handling Skills

Dance and Rhythms

Striking w/ hands

Tumbling & Gymnastics

Rolling & Sliding rounded objects



Scooter Hockey

Team Sports

Last Modified on September 23, 2015