Recreational Sports and Activities
Name: Tim Fox
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number:773-8200Recreational Sports and ActivitiesThe class offers all students an opportunity to engage in a variety of team and individual sports and activities that promote a healthy and active lifestyle. Sports and Activities include (but not limited to) ultimate Frisbee, disk golf, capture the flag, football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, softball, field hockey, floor hockey, horseshoes, sand volleyball, tennis, dodge ball, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, etc,Students are expected to wear appropriate clothing that matches the needs of the different sports and activities.At times, students will be asked to dress in traditional P.E. attire and at other times participate in the clothes they wear to school. Locks and lockers are provided for student use. Students are encouraged not to leave valuables in their lockers. CHS is not responsible for items lost or stolen.Grades are determined by earning daily points. Points are earned for being in class, on time, dressed appropriately and actively involved.Personal FitnessThis class centers on developing a physically active lifestyle that can be continued throughout a lifetime. Activities are chosen to promote individual development and improvement in the areas of muscular strength and cardiovascular fitness. Two days a week will be devoted to each of the two main areas. Students will have one day a week to engage in activities of their choice.Students will be expected to dress out in traditional P.E. attire on a daily basis. Being in class, on time, properly dressed, and actively involved constitutes eighty percent of their grade. Locks and lockers are provided student use. Students are encouraged not to leave valuables in their lockers. CHS is not responsible for items lost or stolen.Grades are determined by earning daily participation points, classroom work covered in the Personal Fitness textbook, improvement on the physical fitness tests and performance on the final exam. It should be noted again, that eighty percent of a student’s grade is determined by earning daily participation points.