Module 10/20/30

Phyical Education 10/20/30 is worth 5 credit.

PE10PE20PE30
Badminton
Basketball
Benefits for Life
Bowling (10-Pin)
Broomball
CPR
Dance
Fitness
Field Hockey
Football
Floor Hockey
Low-Organized Game
Rugby
Skating
Soccer
Softball
Speedball
Swimming
Tkouchball
Ultimate Frisbee
Volleyball
Yoga
Badminton
Basketball
Bowling (10-Pin)
Climbing
Curling
Floor Hockey
Fitness
Football
Golf
Hiking
Leadership
Low-Organized Games
Racquetball
Rugby
Skating
Soccer
Softball
Squash
Tkouchball
Tennis
Yoga
Service Hours (3)
Badminton
Basketball
Bowling (10-Pin)
Billiards
Climbing
Curling
Floor Hockey
Golf
Group Fitness
Hiking
Canoeing
Leadership
Low-Organized Games
Rugby
Skating
Snowboarding
Soccer
Softball
Squash
Swimming
Tkouchball
Tennis
Yoga
Service Hours (5)

Modules of Study

Assessment

Students at Forest Lawn will be directly assessed by the general outcomes in the physical education curriculum. Every module will be assessed using 1 of 4 general outcomes listed below. Each day of the module, Teachers will work with students to agree on a mark out of 10 for their daily performance. 

General Outcome A: Activity (25 %)
Students will acquire skills through a variety of developmentally appropriate movement activities; dance, games, types of gymnastics, individual activities and activities in an alternative environment.

General Outcome B: Benefits Life (25 %)
Students will understand, experience and appreciate the health benefits that result from physical activity.

General Outcome C: Cooperation (25 %)
Students will interact positively with others.

General Outcome D: Do it Daily for Life (25 %)
Students will assume responsibility to lead an active way of life.

PE 20/30 Service Hours* 

volunteering in the PE and Athletics programs (10%)

*Service Hours – There will be many opportunities for PE 20 and 30 students to complete the required service hours (three for PE 20 and five for PE 30).  This has a positive benefit for students, school programs and the community.  Members of athletic teams will be credited with half of their hours for participation in our school athletics program.  Completion of service hours is compulsory.

Student Expectations

Attendance

Physical education is based on participation, and therefore attendance is essential in order to earn full credits in this course.  It is the student’s responsibility to make up a missed class during open gym times, including those missed for medical reasons.  Students must provide medical documentation to the teacher if necessary.

Behavior

  • Effort – The expectation is that students will participate with their best effort.
  • Language – Our school and any facility in which we complete our activities are learning environments.  Therefore, street talk (swearing) is not tolerated.  
  • Preparation –Always be on time, be prepared to be active, and have a change of PE clothing in your locker.  
  • Respect – Respect for self, others, and the environment are expected to create a safe environment for learning.

Dress Requirements

A complete change from regular school clothing is required.  Any athletic T-shirt (without offensive pictures, words, or markings), shorts and/or sweatpants, and running shoes that are safe and supportive are appropriate to wear in PE. We offer Forest Lawn athletic clothing for purchase, but it is not a requirement.Note:  ALL PE students must have a change of shoes for off-site activities.

Electronics

All electronics (including cell phones, IPOD’s, MP3’s etc.) are not allowed in P.E. classes because of safety concerns. 

Materials / Fees

Clothing

If you would like to purchase Forest Lawn High School PE clothing, please see your teacher.

(Shorts $15, Shirts $5 & Sweatpants $25)  

Fees

Physical Education program fees are collected through the business office with all other school fees and are as follows:

  • Physical Education 10 - $30.00 *base fee includes; Swimming, CPR, Dance, Yoga Instructors, Bowling.
  • Physical Education 20 - $120.00 *base fee includes; All of campus and in school instructors.
  • Physical Education 30 - $150.00

*Additional off-campus modules will be available for sign-up at an additional cost per module.

Locks and Locker Room

Students are issued a locker with a lock at the beginning of the semester. Lockers must be cleared out by the last day of classes in each semester. Unreturned/lost locks are $10.00.  Any clothing left in the lockers at semester end will be removed and kept for one week, then donated to charity if not claimed.  Students should not leave valuables in their locker or unattended in the change room.  The school is not responsible for lost or stolen property.

Additional Information

Transportation

Transportation to all off-site locations is provided by Forest Lawn school bus only.  Students missing departure times are not allowed to get alternative transportation and/or drive themselves to the off-site location.  They must remain at the school and follow their teachers’ directions/assignments.

Fitness Centre

We encourage physical activity outside of class time.  Students who wish to use the Fitness Centre may do so by showing their ID cards to the supervising teacher.  Fitness Centre hours TBA.

Concerns

If you have questions or concerns, please speak to any of the PE teachers in person, by phone, or by email.

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