1. NO talking while the teacher is talking
2. NO food, gum, candy or drinks in the gym.
3. Students should wear tennis shoes or sneakers
a. Sandals, open-toed shoes, dress shoes or any slick-bottom shoes are not allowed.
4. Respect the equipment, the teacher, other students and yourself 5. Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak.
1. 1st Warning
2. 2nd Warning
3. Sit out from activity
4. One on One conference
5. Referral to the principals office
6. Conference with parents
Participation in celebrations
5 classes without problems = EGG (Eagle Games Galore) day
P.E. Highlight in Newsletter
1. Students should enter the gym quickly and quietly and sit on their designated spot.
2. Students should stand in a single file line facing the door when lining up to exit the gym.
3. Students will try to the best of their ability
4. Students will listen for whistles and perform the appropriate response:
a. Freeze Whistle= students should stop, put equipment down and look at the teacher.
Grapes= sit in a group in front of the teacher
Hawaii= lay on ground and rest
North Carolina has moved from 5th worst state for childhood obesity to 4th worst in less than a year. Childhood Obesity is an epidemic in this state. Nearly 30% of children are obese or morbidly obese. Click this link for more information and for ideas of how you can help: http://www.dukehealth.org/HealthLibrary/AdviceFromDoctors/YourChildsHealth/obesity
This is the 32nd anniversary of Jump Rope For Heart! Jump Rope For Heart is a rope jumping based special events program centered on raising money for heart disease and stroke research. All proceeds of the event will go directly to the American Heart Association. The events will take place during school hours later in the school year. The event will feature games and competitions that will promote a healthy lifestyle while also providing the children an opportunity to display their rope jumping skills! For more information contact Mr. Sealey or for more information please visit www.americanheart.org/jump.