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					Etiwanda Intermediate
  Physical Education
   The Physical Education Department at
    Etiwanda Intermediate School strives to
    educate students about their physical
    selves and to create an enthusiasm for
    physical activities. Our goal is to provide a
    co-educational program that will offer
    each student an opportunity for individual
    success and a chance to explore lifetime
       Behavior Expectations
 Students are to report to class each day
  on time, properly dressed in P.E. uniform,
  walking the perimeter of the basketball
  courts, and ready to participate.
 During P.E., including time spent in the
  locker room, students are expected to
  follow all the guidelines and correct
  behaviors listed in the Binder Reminder
        Physical Education Grading
   Participation 35%
    – Learn, practice, apply
   Daily Preparation 25%
    – Dressed. Prompt, on task
   Cardio/fitness 20%
    – Completion, improvement, effort
   Warm-up 10%
    – Before class activity, exercises/stretching, MVPA
   Assessment/Testing 10%
    – Fitness testing, unit tests, homework, folders/cards
          Locks and Lockers
 Each student will be issued a school locker
  to store P.E. clothes in during the week.
  There is no sharing of lockers or
  combinations at any time. Make sure ALL
  items are inside locker and locked
  everyday. Teachers are not liable for
  articles left unsecured.
 Locks must be purchased through the P.E.
  department for $5.00 (one time fee).
      Physical Education Uniform
   A physical education uniform is available from
    the department; SHIRT-$10 SHORT-$10 CINCH
    complete package $45.00- (CASH ONLY) or go

   Student provides his/her own socks, tennis
    shoes and deodorant.
    Physical Education Uniform
 On shirt and shorts please write their first
  and last name in name bar only. Any
  additional markings or alterations to
  uniform will require them to purchase new
 Students must wear their own clothes.
 Sharing clothes is not permitted.
    Physical Education Uniform
 Only one pair of shorts and one shirt may
  be worn at a time.
 Shorts and shirts must be appropriate size
  and worn correctly.
 Uniforms may not be worn to class or
  home and should be washed each
 Slip on shoes, sandals or boots are not
  allowed during PE.
    Physical Education Uniform
 Clean “Loaner” clothes are required to be
  worn when regular uniform is not
 Wearing loaner clothes will affect
  preparation grade.
 PE Lost and Found should be checked
  regularly for any missing items.
            Fitness Testing
 Promoting physical fitness is a priority of
  the P.E. Department. Each student’s
  progress toward fitness will be evaluated
  based upon standards set by the California
  State Department of Education.
 Fitness Gram testing is performed and
  recorded three times a year.
           Family Fitness Night
   Twice a year the students at Etiwanda
    Intermediate School and their families are
    invited by the P.E. staff to a Family Fitness
    Night. Families will have an opportunity to
    see what their child has been learning in
    physical education class and to try many
    of the same types of activities.
     After School Sports Program
   The after school sports program is
    available to any 6th, 7th or 8th grade
    students. A satisfactory GPA and good
    citizenship must be maintained to
    participate. All teams are part of an
    intramural program that plays only at EIS.
    After School Sports Offered
 Flag Football – Girls and Boys
 Basketball – Girls and Boys
 Volleyball – Girls and Boys
 Soccer - Girls and Boys
    Physical Education Teachers
 Mr. Duffy
 Mrs. Oliver
 Mrs. Ponciano
 Mrs. Tucker
 Mr. Whitehead

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