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    Rocky

    Hi Everyone,

       We wanted to share some resources with you as we proceed with our online learning. We have been given incredible access to content which will enhance the learning experience. Many of these resources required subscriptions, but the companies have given the public full access. 

    While we know this time can be stressful, we have found a great resource called HeadSpace. This focuses on mindfulness and wellbeing. Many of its programs are free for the time being. Also, Mental Health, Wellness and Community Resources for Families include resources on community resources, reducing stress and anxiety, access to basic needs, substance abuse resources, telemental health resources, mental health & crisis counseling & resources to support learning. 

     Adapted PE:

    Ben Martell our Adapted PE teacher has created this website:

     https://sites.google.com/lcps.org/ape/home

     

    HPE 9-10/Advanced

    Below, you will find information from the LCPS Continuity of Education Digital Resources page:

    CDC: The US Department of Health and Human Services, recommends that children and adolescents ages 6 through 17 years do 60 minutes (1 hour) or more of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity daily.

    OPEN PhysEd - DEAM(Drop Everything and Move) Calendars (English) (Spanish)

    SHAPE America - Mind & Body Calendar (English) (Spanish)

    Task List of Physical Activities & Challenges

    Various Online HPE Links

    Secondary PE Resources

     

    Below you will find an example of Off-Line Resources:

    What’s your favorite song right now? Select 4-10 different dance moves and sequence them into a routine to your favorite song. Teach it to your family. 

    Try to incorporate all planes of motion (frontal, sagittal, transverse)

    NEXT, replace the dance moves with different fitness exercises like lunges, squats, planks, burpees, high knees, high kicks, etc.

     

    I-SPY: Take a look around your house, what everyday items are disguised as fitness equipment? Make a list of 3-5 objects and complete the chart with the following information: 

    Cardio, Muscular Strength/Endurance, Flexibility 

    The object

    Target Fitness Type: 

    Describe the activity 

    How many sets/reps would be appropriate?

     

    If you are in need of resources please don't hesitate to contact your teacher and they will assist you with your request.  

     

    Example:



    Object

    Target Fitness Type

    Describe the Activity

    Sets/Reps 

    Towel

    Flexibility

    As a stretching tool, place the towel in your hands and stretch your arms overhead.

    3x’s, holding each stretch for 30 seconds.

    Chair

    Muscular S/E

    As a stable surface to perform tricep dips.

    I performed 10 repetitions 2 x’s

     

    Venn Diagram: Compare/contrast two different physical activities or sports

    Mindful Minute: Take a deeeeeeep breath, name 5 things you see, name 4 things you hear, name 3 things you can touch, name 2 things you can smell, name 1 thing you can taste

    Create Your Own workout to include - then, lead a friend or family member through:

    2 upper body exercises

    2 lower body exercises

    2 cardio moves

    2 core moves 

     

     
      
     
    The Rock's Health & PE Department
     
           Rock Ridge Health and Physical Education Department are excited to meet our new students & another great year with our returning students! 
           Our goal for the 2019-2020 academic year is to create a learning environment that focuses on a wide range of wellness. This wellness includes both physical and mental wellness.  We have worked over the summer to create new lessons that integrate all wellness during both our gym and classroom rotations. The lessons are designed to reach learners of all needs at all levels.  
           We hope your first days back to school are great! Feel free to reach out to your teachers if you need any help at all, that is what we are here for! 
    High Fives! 
     
    ~RRHS HP