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Porter Ridge Physical Education Syllabus
Welcome to Porter Ridge Middle Physical Education! I am excited to have your child in our program. I would like to inform you of our requirements and procedures. This will enable your child to comply with our program’s expectations.
Physical Education classes are for one semester. All classes run on an A/B Day rotation schedule. Students are required to dress out for Physical Education class. Refer to your students agenda for information regarding excuse notes.
Physical Education Attire
Shirts and Shorts:
The PRMS uniform is $15.00
Shorts $10.00, Shirts $5.00
The uniform can be purchased in the main office/student services. Students may wear appropriate sweatshirts or sweatpants (no spandex, tights, or yoga pants) during cooler weather months. The uniform shirt must be worn under sweatshirts in order to receive credit. Shorts do not have to be worn under sweatpants.
Shoes: Rubber soled tennis shoes, with enclosed backs. All sneakers must be laced up and tied for class. Sperry’s are not tennis shoes.
Lockers will be available for student use during class time only. Locks are strongly suggested!!! P.E. teachers are NOT responsible for stolen items. Locks must be removed from the lockers at the end of each period. No food, perfumes, phones, or glass water bottles are allowed in the locker rooms. Thank you!
Students with Special Needs
If a medical condition exists, please be sure to communicate this with your teacher. There is a space provided on the emergency form.
Please complete and return the emergency form on the back of this sheet.
Students will be graded per the guide lines below
Students can earn up to 20 points per day in class.
Dressing out – 5 points
Calisthenics – 5 points
Participation – 10 points
The P.E. break down of the participation grade will vary by teacher. A total of 300 points can be earned each six week grading period.
Other information can be found on our Canvas websites, once updated. Thank you!
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
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