7th Grade Physical Education and Health
Health and Physical Education is a vital part of a complete education. Students involved in the 7th Grade Health and Physical Education curriculum will be in activities that can enhance their academic performance and classroom behavior throughout the school day. Increasing health knowledge and developing healthy behaviors in our students helps them become well-rounded individuals. Students will be introduced to and participate in activities that will help them remain active through a lifetime, learn to set and achieve health related goals, and work with others in multiple situations. During the Health portion of the class students will have an opportunity to explore health related topics in detail and learn positive decision making skills.
Potential Physical Activities:
Fitness testing Basketball Badminton Tennis
Football Softball Floor Hockey Bowling*
Weight Room Tennis Dance Swimming
Track/Field Lacrosse Soccer Volleyball
Ultimate Frisbee Team Building Gymnastics
Suicide Prevention Mental & Emotional Wellness/Disorders
Physical/Mental/Social Health Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Fitness Components Alcohol, Tobacco, Vaping, & Drugs
Stress Management Human Growth and Development
Materials needed for this course:
Textbook and Resources Utilized:
requirements DAILY through the class page.
Requirements: Student participation is a must. This is an activity-based class therefore students should expect to be active during the class period. Students should be prepared to try new activities with an open mind. Remember to be safe, responsible, respectful and have fun.
You will be graded throughout the semester on each of the National PE and Health Standards.
F 59 or less
Class Participation & Responsibility – Students will earn 5 points per day in physical education class based on dressing appropriately in athletic attire, participation, and being respectful to self, staff, classmates, and equipment. Health and PE assignments will consist of classwork, homework, tests, skill assessments and projects. Each PE & Health assignment will have a point value to it.
Milaca Bullying Policy:
This class follows the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program:
Locker Room Expectations:
You will have 5 minutes before and after class to change. You should do so quickly and go into the hallway as soon as you are ready for class. Cell phones are NOT allowed in the locker room. There will be consequences for misbehavior, rough housing, and vandalism.
Absences for PE: Students will be given 5 absent days without having to do a make up workout. Once the student has missed more than 5 days, they are expected to get a “Make Up” form from me and complete a 30 minute workout and turn in the form within one week from absence to receive points for the days missed. A parent’s signature is required on this form.
Limited participation in PE: For EXTENDED NON-PARTICIPATION a doctor’s note is required.
For temporary LIMITED PARTICIPATION a parent/guardian note is required and students will be asked to make up those points by a modified activity or scheduling with the teacher.
Late Work: All work is expected to be turned in by the due date. If an assignment is turned in late then it will receive partial credit, but can be at teacher discretion. Late work will not be accepted after the unit assessment has been given.
PE Areas - We will be utilizing the pool, gyms, weight room, Rec Park, Milaca trails, disc golf course, and other areas inside and around the school.
Classroom management/discipline plan:
1st incident results in a student teacher meeting to discuss behavior plan
2nd incident results in parent contact and the development of a behavior plan
3rd incident result in meeting with administration.
**Behaviors that are safety issues will result in immediate removal from class.
If you have any questions please feel free to email or call your student's teacher. Email is preferred.