Name: Sarah VerdisDepartment: Health and Physical EducationEmail: email@example.comRoom: Learning Cottage Room 104/GymPlanning Blocks: A Day - 1st Block, B Day - 8th BlockTeacher BiographyI am originally from Pleasant Valley, New York. I studied Health and Physical Education at West Virginia University. I am the Assistant Varsity Girls Soccer coach here at Freedom, as well as the Yoga Club sponsor. I'm looking forward to another great school year!Teacher InformationCoursesHealth/PE 9 and NASM/Personal TrainingSchedule
1st Block: Planning
2nd Block: Health/PE (LC 104/Gym)
3rd Block: NASM/Personal Training (LC 104)
4th Block: Health/PE (LC104/Gym)
5th Block: Health/PE (LC 104/Gym)
6th Block: NASM/Personal Training (LC 104)
7th Block: Admin Security/Mentor (Cafeteria)8th Block: PlanningOnline PresenceFor more information about daily assignments, please visit Ms. Verdis' Google Classroom page. Join the "classroom" using your class' code below:
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3rd Block NASM: b0bx9ay
4th Block: 3igbaiv
5th Block: ig67ly
6th Block NASM: rsnt4uCurrent GradesTo view current grade information please log-in to Phoenix.
Students will be given up to 5 points for every period of physical education, that consists of the components of the physical education class (warm up, work out, activity, and closure) with discretion of the teacher. The condensed version of the rubric can be viewed below:
-Student actively participates in each aspect of physical education class
-Student is respectful
-Student is on time and prepared
-Student follows check in procedures
-Student participates in class discussions, pre and post tests, and state assessments.
-Student participates with medium activity level in some or every aspect of physical education class
-Student is struggling to be respectful
-Student is late to class and prepared
-Student follows some of the check in procedures
-Student needs frequent reminders to participate in class discussions, pre and post tests, and state assessments.
-Student participates with low or no activity level in some or every aspect of physical education class
-Student is disrespectful
-Student is late to class and not prepared
-Student does not follow check in procedures
-Student does not participate in class discussions, pre and post tests, and state assessments.
Students have one absence per quarter that they will not lose points for regardless of the reason for absence. After the one absence, students will receive a 0 for every day they have missed for physical education, regardless of the reason for absence. Students can make up some or all of the classes missed with make-up assignments or participating in another P.E. class during their study hall, with discretion from their teacher. Students must communicate with their teacher to determine how to make up the classes before the last 2 weeks of the quarter.
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