Physical Education supports you in acquiring skills through a variety of developmentally appropriate movement activities. You will gain experience within various physical activities assisting you in further understanding health and wellness benefits, promoting positive interactions and leading an active lifestyle.

Woodman Physical Education Program

Mission

Students will acquire a physically active lifestyle regardless of ability or skill level through participation in various activities within a positive and inclusive learning environment.

Evaluation

Physical Education will be assessed based on the CBE approved report card learning outcomes for Physical Education and the Alberta Learning Physical Education Program of Studies.

Performs and Refines Movement Skills

“A” Activity:  This mark will reflect how students acquire and apply a wide variety of skills across the components of the curriculum (dance, games, gymnastics, individual and team activities and alternative environment activities).

Cooperates To Demonstrate Fair Play and Teamwork 

“C” Cooperation: This mark will reflect how students interact and communicate with others, their sense of fair play, their attitude and their role in leadership.

Explores and Applies Strategies For Leading A Healthy, Active Way Of Life 

“B” Benefits of Health: This mark will reflect the student's acquisition of knowledge related to self-sufficient participation in physical activity and their actions demonstrating personal responsibility for their health in and outside of school.
 “D” Do it Daily:  This mark will reflect how students assume the responsibility to lead an active lifestyle through their participation, effort, adherence to class expectations and routines.

Participation in Physical Education

Participation in Phys. Ed. is not optional; a major medical concern requires a note from a parent or guardian explaining the nature of the injury, and, when the student can resume participation.  When a long recovery period is required, an alternate assignment may be assigned for evaluation purposes.  Activity will be modified for minor illness or injury but participation is still expected.

For your Child's Safety

It is imperative that students with asthma, allergies, diabetes or other health concerns, make themselves known to their teacher. This helps both the student and the teacher to preserve a safe environment in the class and ensures a successful year.  Thank you for your understanding.

Clothing Requirements

Gym Strip

You may purchase school shorts and shirts from the Phys. Ed. Team; or wear your own athletic attire (ensure non-Woodman athletic attire is a red or grey shirt and black bottoms): School gym shirt is required for the Cross Country, Wrestling, Badminton and Track and Field Teams.   Please ensure gym clothing is washed at least once a week.

Outdoor Activity

Physical Education will include outdoor units year round.  Physical Activity in our Canadian climate can be very beneficial and enjoyable as long as you are prepared for the weather conditions.  Please ensure you have a change of clothes appropriate for the weather.  It is recommended to wear layers in cool and cold weather conditions.

Footwear

For both student safety and the gym flooring athletic shoes with non-marking soles and a good grip are required for PE. Shoes must be fully laced up; sandals, street shoes, boots or heels are inappropriate footwear.  Inappropriate footwear will be treated as not changed.

Forgot your Gear?

We have a few sets of clean gym kit that will be loaned out for that class period.  If a student forgets his/her kit, he/she will be asked to make a phone call home if this problem persists.

Woodman Gym Strip

T-Shirt:  $15
Shorts:  $20
Lock:      $5
Gym strip/lock may be purchased through your Phys. Ed. teacher.

Woodman Hoodies

We will be offering red or black hoodies which will include the Woodman logo and the students name on the sleeve for $40.00. 

May be purchased through your PE teacher.

 


General Information

  • Please leave all valuables at home.
  • Have a container to store any small items in within your locker. Items that slide through the lockers often can not be retrieved. Woodman is not responsible for valuables lost in the locker rooms.
  • We will no longer be assigning lockers to students-they will be “day use”, and students will be required to bring their own lock (or purchase one through the PE department).
  • Due to limited space and theft in locker rooms, it is important that students store their binders in their hall lockers and lock up all clothing in Phys. Ed. Lockers. 
  • No Food is permitted in locker rooms.  
  • No Cell Phones / Technology are permitted in the locker rooms, please leave them in your hall locker. Cell phones in the locker rooms or in Physical Education class will be confiscated.
  • Scents can be overwhelming - No Deodorant Sprays, Perfume, or Cologne are permitted in locker rooms. Please be respectful of our fellow students with asthma and allergies.
  • Absolutely No Jewelry is permitted in Phys. Ed. except stud earrings and medical alert jewelry.  

Woodman Wolves Athletics

Over the school year several teams are offered to the students. The teams are coached by members of the Woodman teaching staff and community volunteers. If you wish to assist with coaching any of the school teams please feel free to contact Mr. Taylor or  Mrs. Boldon.

  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling
  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Cross Country
  • Track & Field

We look forward to a fantastic, active year at Woodman! 

YOUR PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEAM 

Please direct any questions or concerns to Mr. Taylor or Mrs. Boldon.  

"The Human Body Is The Only Machine That Breaks Down When Not Used." ~ Thomas Cureton  

Physical Education

Physical Education supports you in acquiring skills through a variety of developmentally appropriate movement activities. You will gain experience within various physical activities assisting you in further understanding health and wellness benefits, promoting positive interactions and leading an active lifestyle.

Woodman Physical Education Program

Mission

Students will acquire a physically active lifestyle regardless of ability or skill level through participation in various activities within a positive and inclusive learning environment.

Evaluation

Physical Education will be assessed based on the CBE approved report card learning outcomes for Physical Education and the Alberta Learning Physical Education Program of Studies.

Performs and Refines Movement Skills

“A” Activity:  This mark will reflect how students acquire and apply a wide variety of skills across the components of the curriculum (dance, games, gymnastics, individual and team activities and alternative environment activities).

Cooperates To Demonstrate Fair Play and Teamwork 

“C” Cooperation: This mark will reflect how students interact and communicate with others, their sense of fair play, their attitude and their role in leadership.

Explores and Applies Strategies For Leading A Healthy, Active Way Of Life 

“B” Benefits of Health: This mark will reflect the student's acquisition of knowledge related to self-sufficient participation in physical activity and their actions demonstrating personal responsibility for their health in and outside of school.
 “D” Do it Daily:  This mark will reflect how students assume the responsibility to lead an active lifestyle through their participation, effort, adherence to class expectations and routines.

Participation in Physical Education

Participation in Phys. Ed. is not optional; a major medical concern requires a note from a parent or guardian explaining the nature of the injury, and, when the student can resume participation.  When a long recovery period is required, an alternate assignment may be assigned for evaluation purposes.  Activity will be modified for minor illness or injury but participation is still expected.

For your Child's Safety

It is imperative that students with asthma, allergies, diabetes or other health concerns, make themselves known to their teacher. This helps both the student and the teacher to preserve a safe environment in the class and ensures a successful year.  Thank you for your understanding.

Clothing Requirements

Gym Strip

You may purchase school shorts and shirts from the Phys. Ed. Team; or wear your own athletic attire (ensure non-Woodman athletic attire is a red or grey shirt and black bottoms): School gym shirt is required for the Cross Country, Wrestling, Badminton and Track and Field Teams.   Please ensure gym clothing is washed at least once a week.

Outdoor Activity

Physical Education will include outdoor units year round.  Physical Activity in our Canadian climate can be very beneficial and enjoyable as long as you are prepared for the weather conditions.  Please ensure you have a change of clothes appropriate for the weather.  It is recommended to wear layers in cool and cold weather conditions.

Footwear

For both student safety and the gym flooring athletic shoes with non-marking soles and a good grip are required for PE. Shoes must be fully laced up; sandals, street shoes, boots or heels are inappropriate footwear.  Inappropriate footwear will be treated as not changed.

Forgot your Gear?

We have a few sets of clean gym kit that will be loaned out for that class period.  If a student forgets his/her kit, he/she will be asked to make a phone call home if this problem persists.

Woodman Gym Strip

T-Shirt:  $15
Shorts:  $20
Lock:      $5
Gym strip/lock may be purchased through your Phys. Ed. teacher.

Woodman Hoodies

We will be offering red or black hoodies which will include the Woodman logo and the students name on the sleeve for $40.00. 

May be purchased through your PE teacher.

 


General Information

  • Please leave all valuables at home.
  • Have a container to store any small items in within your locker. Items that slide through the lockers often can not be retrieved. Woodman is not responsible for valuables lost in the locker rooms.
  • We will no longer be assigning lockers to students-they will be “day use”, and students will be required to bring their own lock (or purchase one through the PE department).
  • Due to limited space and theft in locker rooms, it is important that students store their binders in their hall lockers and lock up all clothing in Phys. Ed. Lockers. 
  • No Food is permitted in locker rooms.  
  • No Cell Phones / Technology are permitted in the locker rooms, please leave them in your hall locker. Cell phones in the locker rooms or in Physical Education class will be confiscated.
  • Scents can be overwhelming - No Deodorant Sprays, Perfume, or Cologne are permitted in locker rooms. Please be respectful of our fellow students with asthma and allergies.
  • Absolutely No Jewelry is permitted in Phys. Ed. except stud earrings and medical alert jewelry.  

Woodman Wolves Athletics

Over the school year several teams are offered to the students. The teams are coached by members of the Woodman teaching staff and community volunteers. If you wish to assist with coaching any of the school teams please feel free to contact Mr. Taylor or  Mrs. Boldon.

  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling
  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Cross Country
  • Track & Field

We look forward to a fantastic, active year at Woodman! 

YOUR PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEAM 

Please direct any questions or concerns to Mr. Taylor or Mrs. Boldon.  

"The Human Body Is The Only Machine That Breaks Down When Not Used." ~ Thomas Cureton  

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