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Health Related Fitness Components...

These are the 5 Health Related Fitness Components we are striving to learn throughout the year.

5 Health Related Fitness Components:

1.  Muscular Strength - The amount of force a muscle can exert in one try,

2.  Muscular Endurance - The length of time a muscle can work.

3.  Cardiorespiratory Endurance - Heart and lungs working hard over a long time.

4.  Flexibility - The ability of the muscle to stretch

5.  Body Composition -  The amount of fat in your body compared to the amount of

     muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments.

 

The "FIT" Principle:  When we apply the 'FIT' Principle to our workouts, it helps us to improve the level of  our individual Health Related Fitness Components.

F - Frequency is how often you work out.

I - Intensity is how hard you work out. 

T -Time is the duration of your work out.

 

Arm Way Back, Step With The Opposite Foot, Point At The Target...
Posted by: Luann Leach Published: 5/01/12
 

During the month of September, 3rd, 4th and 5th grades will began refining their Throwing and Catching skills.  We will focus on how to:

Catch a ball or bean bag in personal space using either pinkies together or thumbs together.  Later we'll practice these two hand positions while traveling through general space for the catch. 

Underhand Toss Cues: 

1.  Arm way back

2. Step with the opposite foot

3.  Point at your target

 

Overhand Throwing Cues:

1.  Side to the target and dominant arm way back in a  "L" 

     -Step with the opposite foot

2.  Elbow forward

3.  Point at your target

*All students will learn about health related fitness components.

*Kindergarten, first and second grades will review spatial relationships, levels, directions and pathways as well as right and left body part identification.  Students will learn how to secquence these concepts in repeated patterns to music.

 

Jump Rope For Heart 2015-2016

 Jump Rope For Heart is a rope-jumping event that promotes community service by raising funds to support lifesaving heart and stroke research.   It also supports educational programs while teaching physical fitness.  

 Our PE department set a collection goal of $3,500.00  for the American Heart Association's Jump Rope For Heart held during the month of March.  We sent Envelopes home with every child so you and they had the opportunity to collect donations for research and programs to reduce heart disease, stroke and diabetes.  The envelopes have printed directions about how to submit online donations. 

 

We are very happy to report that Scenic Heights has surpassed its goal and collected:

                                                           $4,509.28

 

THANK YOU SCENIC HEIGHTS FAMILY FOR HELPING THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION !!!!

SCENIC HEIGHTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION SCHEDULE 2016-2017

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:45 9:25

 4th

B Crisco-

   Webb 

L Diamond

H Sheridan

 

B Bimrose

L Bullard

H Diamond

 

 

B Crisco-Web

L Sheridan

 

 

 

B Freeny

L Bullard

 

 

 

B Bimrose

L Freeny

 

 

 

 

 9:30 10:10

 3rd

 

B Lenox

L Milton

H Watson

 

 B Mitchell

L Colburn

H Milton

 

 Lenox

 Watson

 

  

 B Thompson

 L Colburn

 

  

 Mitchell

L Thompson

 

 

 

 10:15 10:55

  K

 B Bonifay-

    Hovlina

Gagnet

H Mann

 

 B Mann

 L Musgrove

H Painter

 

 

 B Bonifay-

  Havlina/ Gagnet

 L Warren/ Gagnet

 

 

 Painter/

   Warren

Patchanian/

   Warren

 

B Musgrove

L Patchanian

 

 

  

 

 11:30  12:10

2nd

B McDaniel/ Eichelberger

L Hartman/ Eichelberger

H Benator

 

B Brown/ Suhrheinrich

Currie/ Suhrheinrich

H Shelly

 

 Benator/ Currie

Hartman/ Currie

 

 

 

B Eichelberger

L Shelly

B McDaniel/ Suhrheinrich

L Brown/ Suhrheinrich

 

 12:15 

 12:55

1st

 

Fieleke/ Tew

Martin/ Tew

H Phillips

B Phillips

L Rowe

H Schreiber

 

B Fieleke

L Williams

 

 

 

B Schreiber

L Williams

 

 

 

B Rowe/

   Martin

L Tew/   

   Martin

 

 

 1:00   1:40

5th

 

 

 

B Baker

L Buck

H Lipham

 

 

 

B Lipham

L Mayo

H PughZimm

 

 

 

B Baker/ Buck

L Walden/ Buck

 

 

 

 

B PughZimm/

    Walden

Trawick/  

   Walden

 

 

B Mayo

L Trawick

 

 

 

 

 

Teachers

 

 

 

 

B=Bonner

L=Leach

H= Hindle/ Substitute

B=Bonner

L=Leach

H= Hindle/ Substitute

B=Bonner

L=Leach

 

B=Bonner

L=Leach

 

B=Bonner

L=Leach

 

 

Calendar

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Sunday
10/15/17
Monday
10/16/17
Tuesday
10/17/17
Wednesday
10/18/17
Thursday
10/19/17
Friday
10/20/17
Saturday
10/21/17

 

 

 

Wear Safe Shoes for Physical Education

Dear Parents,

The mission of the Physical Education Program in the School District of Escambia County is to develop in students the skills, knowledge, motivation, and behaviors that promote highest student achievement and a lifelong commitment to physical activity and wellness.  In order for students to participate safely and benefit from physical education classes, recess and other physical activity experiences, it is school district policy that students must wear appropriate shoes (tennis shoes).

Due to the variety of physical activities performed in Physical Education ( jogging, kicking a ball, Jumping rope etc.) it is necessary that your child be prepared and wear shoes that cover the entire foot for PE class. Inappropriate shoes such as toe shoes, heelys, skate shoes, hard sole shoes, backless shoes, slip-ons, slip-on tennis shoes, boots, sandals, flip-flops, platform shoes (including platform tennis shoes), high heeled shoes, cleats, shoes with moving parts etc. are not safe footwear for physical education activities.  Tennis shoes must have rubber soles and cover the entire foot including the instep (top of the foot). 

GRADING:  Students will have to sit out of Physical Education class if safe tennis shoes are not worn and a note will be sent home to the parent.  If a child sits out three or more times for not wearing safe tennis shoes to PE, their grade will be dropped from an “S” to an “N”.  “S” means Satisfactory and “N” means ‘Needs Improvement’.  If a child earns an “N” in PE or any special area class, this means the child will not be eligible for Honor Roll.  It is very important to us that your child is safe and have every opportunity to participate and have fun.  If you are uncertain what days your child has PE, ask the classroom teacher or check the PE schedule located at the bottom left of this page.

 

All classes have the opportunity to earn the Golden Shoe Award each 9 weeks grading period by having the most class meetings with every student wearing their tennis shoes.  Each day a class has 100% tennis shoes, a mark is added on the Shoes Chart next to their teacher’s name.  At the end of the 9 weeks, the class with the most marks wins the right to display the “Golden Shoe” in their classroom or wherever they want.

 

 Physical Education Teachers,

Miss Bonner 

Miss Leach

 

Substitute Teacher every Monday and Tuesday:   Mrs. Hindle

Golden Shoe Award

During each 9 weeks grading period, the class who comes to PE with everyone wearing their tennis shoes wins the "GOLDEN SHOE AWARD".   All Golden Shoe class winners have worn their tennis shoes to every PE class during the nine weeks grading period.  We will begin the Golden Shoe  Awards during the second nine weeks for the 2016-2017  school year.

 

4th 9 weeks GOLDEN SHOE AWARD WINNERS:

 

 

3rd 9 weeks GOLDEN SHOE AWARD WINNERS:

 

 

The 2nd 9 weeks GOLDEN SHOE AWARD WINNERS: 

 

 

1st 9 weeks GOLDEN SHOE AWARD WINNERS:

 

 

 

Star Students in PE

 "STARS" students who shine brightly in PE do the following:

 

      S - Stay on task

      T - Try your best

      A - Active listening

      R - Respect self, others and equipment

     S - Sportsmanship