Mrs. Felix

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    I teach 6th, 7th & 8th grade Physical Education, Adaptive Physical Education and 6th grade Health. I look forward to seeing some familiar faces and new ones too. Teaching your child is a tremendous responsibility and I will do my best to ensure that each student has a safe and motivating learning experience this upcoming school year. 
 
     For Physical Education, students are to bring sneakers, a change of clothes and roll-on deodorant ( NO SPRAYS). Each student will be provided with a PE locker and a lock. We ask that students bring their dirty clothes home every week to be cleaned.  Below you will find a PE Grading Rubric that we will be using to grade each student.
 
      For Health, students should be prepared by having the following materials: a pen or pencil, pocket folder for any handouts and lined paper for taking notes. Students will be graded on  preparation, participation, conduct, tests and projects.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by phone: 908-647-2311 X4282 or e-mail: kfelix@longhill.org


Physical Education Grading Rubric (6-8)

Each student has the opportunity to score 20 points for the day and 100 points for the week. These points will determine the student’s grade. These are the four (4) main categories that are covered by the daily grading rubric: preparedness/punctuality/sportsmanship/active participation. These categories are clearly described below.

Categories

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4

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Preparedness

Student comes to class with PE clothes and changes

Students comes to class prepared, but does not change in a timely manner

Students needs to go to school locker for PE clothes

Student does not have a change of clothing, but student changes sneakers and still participates

No PE clothes or sneakers

Punctuality

Student comes to class on time

Student comes 1 minutes late to class

Student comes 2 minutes late to class

Student comes 3 minutes late to class

Student comes to class late

Sportsmanship

Student demonstrates appropriate positive behavior and attitude. Student demonstrates an understanding of the rules and can apply them to the game/ activity

Student demonstrates appropriate behavior and attitude. Student demonstrates an understanding of the rules and the ability to follow some of them in the activity/ game

Student demonstrates appropriate behavior and attitude on an inconsistent basis. Student demonstrates limited understanding of the rules of the game/ activity

Student demonstrates poor behavior and attitude and demonstrates limited understanding of the rules of the game/ activity

Student is disrupting the class and demonstrates no understanding of the rules of the game/ activity

Active Participation

Student demonstrates active participation in class activity, needs no encouragement

Student demonstrates in class with encouragement

Student demonstrates engagement in activity for only a short period of time and/or needs frequent encouragement to engage in activity

Student demonstrates little participation despite encouragement

Student demonstrates no engagement despite encouragement