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									        Harding Township School – Physical Education
                2011 Rules and Expectations

Teacher: Mr. Bill Heinzelmann                      Grades: 3 – 8
Email: bheinzelmann@hardingtwp.org
Phone: 973-267-6398 ext. 113
Coach: Asst. Boys Basketball / Asst. Girls Lacrosse
My Harding School Web page:
www.hardingtwp.org/208110725191915117/site/default.asp

About me
I am married and have two boys: Brady (2 years old) and Brennan (6
months). I graduated Ithaca College with a B.S. in Therapeutic Recreation. I
worked at the Morristown Hospital Rehabilitation Institute as a therapist. I
went back to school for Massage Therapy and worked at a spa for a few
years. I graduated Montclair State University with an M.A.T. in Physical
Education. I’ve been teaching Health and Physical Education for 10 years in
both private and public schools. I’ve taught every grade level from Pre-K
through 12 and have coached all levels from little league through High
School Varsity.


Grading
Grades 3 – 5: Standard grading system marked 1-5:
   Follows directions
   Shows effort
   Skill on grade level
   Sportsmanship evident
   Prepared for class

Grades 6 – 8: Power School Set-up
   Participation = 40%
         o effort, sportsmanship, attitude
   Preparation = 30%
         o Wearing the proper clothing to class, changing for class
   Skills = 20%
         o Development & Knowledge
   Written Assessments = 10%
         o Tests, Projects & Homework
         Harding Township School – Physical Education
                 2011 Rules and Expectations


Dress Code (students should adhere to the dress code in their agendas on page 10)
Grades 3 & 4: comfortable clothes (no skirts), socks and sneakers
Grade 5: socks, sneakers, no jeans or skirts
Grades 6 – 8: t-shirt or sweatshirt, shorts or sweatpants, socks, sneakers
All grades: jewelry must be removed. No long necklaces, no watches or
metal bracelets, no hoop earrings. (Exceptions are stud earrings, religious
items, medical ID’s)



Locker Room (students should adhere to the locker guidelines in their agendas on page 11)
Grades 3 & 4: do not change
Grade 5: may wear PE clothes to school or change before class; should
change back to school clothes after class
Grades 6 – 8: students will be given 5 minutes to change at the beginning
and end of class. Students should be changing both tops and bottoms.

Grades 5 – 8:
   Each student will receive a locker to put their Phys Ed belongings in
     for the year. Students must have a lock for their gym locker by the
     end of the 2nd week of school, otherwise points will be deducted for
     being unprepared each class they do not have one.
   No aerosol deodorant sprays or perfume.
   Gym clothes are recommended to be taken home at the end of the
     month to be washed.
   Students will be on time for class; 5 minutes to change at the
     beginning and end of each class.
        Harding Township School – Physical Education
                2011 Rules and Expectations


Fitness
Grades 3 – 8: Students will be participating in the Presidential Physical
Fitness Challenge. This will take place 2 times a year. (Fall, Spring)
    Timed sit-ups (one minute): abdominal strength and endurance.
    Shuttle Run: speed and agility.
    Endurance run/walk: heart/lung endurance
         o 3rd & 4th grade: ½ mile
         o 5th – 8th grade: mile
    Pull-ups: upper body strength and endurance.
    Right angled push-ups: upper body strength and endurance.
    Flexed Arm Hang: upper body strength and endurance.
    Sit-n-reach: flexibility of the lower back and hamstrings.

Grades 6: Students will be participating in the NFL sponsored program
PLAY 60
   A 6-week challenge to educate and motivate 6th grade students to
     move more before, during and after the school day for at least 60
     minutes every day.


Units
These will be the unit activities we will be participating in this year, not
necessarily in this order. These activities are subject to change.

1st Marking Period                             2nd Marking Period
Fitness                                        Volleyball
Team Building/Project Adventure                Basketball
Frisbee Golf                                   Gymnastics
Soccer                                         Team Handball
Various games                                  Various Games

3rd Marking Period                             4th Marking Period
Bowling                                        Fitness
Floor Hockey                                   Flag Football
Dance                                          Lacrosse
Various games                                  Wiffleball/softball/baseball
                                               Various games

								
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