P.E.

Kids Marathon, November 29th 2014

Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the Seattle Kids Marathon on  Saturday, November 29th at Memorial Stadium. This was the first year that we got to enjoy snow on the day of the event! Blaine turned out in record numbers for the event despite the weather. The students should be proud of their effort and enthusiasm for following  through with the final 1.2 miles of their marathons. We would like to recognize the following participants:

Beatrice Allen, Samuel Allen, Rogan Anderson, Sadie Anderson, Nina Aziz, Zachary Aziz, Liam Beck, Risa Bennett, Colette Bergeron, Luc Bergeron, Tomas Boast, Corbin Bratcher, Maya Brauner, Alex Davis, Katie Davis, Alma Decker, Anita Decker, Isabella Delanda, Danny Dimarco, Bridget Donnelly, Cameron Donnelly, Alice Durnan, Jack Eckhart, Sophia Eckhart, Dale Estey, Noah Estey, Alexandra Fleming, Malia Fletcher, Cheyenne Frank, Malcolm Frank, Sophie Granse, Kate Herndon, Alphonso Holloman, Sally Holloman, Oliver Horwitz, Brig Johnson, Reese Johnson, Miles Jones, Madeline Koenig, Maximilian , Koenig, Maia Larner, Lucy Noble, Lucas Pampino, Holden Panteleett, Holly Peterson, Max  Peterson, Caden Pong, Liam Pong, Daniel Redfern, Elsa Rediger, Signe Rediger, Lucas Rogers, Anya Souza-Ponce, Eric Anthony Souza-Ponce, William Souza-Ponce, Chase Sylvester, Carmella Terrones, Anne Tinker, Ruth Tinker, Samuel Tinker, Zoe Townsend, Sydney Voorhees, Jacob Watson, Sarah Watson, Evan Wettstone.

Ifyou have any questions, please call me at 206-252-1934, or you can e-mail me at kepickens@seattleschools.org. Thank you for your participation in this very fun and rewarding event!  Trina Pickens, P.E. Specialist

P.E. SHOES ON P.E DAYS!
K-5 SCHEDULE 2014
TRIMESTER #1

AMLANI

MON, WED

KIRST

TUES, THURS

LILY

TUES, THURS

UNSETH

MON, WED

ANDERSON

TUES, THURS

CHAN

TUES, THURS

JOHANSEN

MON, WED, FRI

MACDOUGALL

MON, WED, FRI

CHRISTOBAL

MON, WED, FRI

KANG-CROSBY

MON, WED, FRI

MEGARD

TUES, THURS

DELANDA

TUES, THURS

KELLER

WED, FRI

LINDMARK

MON, FRI

ROTZ

MON, WED

HANCOCK

TUES, THURS, FRI

MERKER

TUES, THURS, FRI

JENKINS

MON, TUES, THURS

MONTGOMERY

TUES, WED, THURS

SCURLOCK

MON, WED, FRI

MS PE Syllabus


Class Description
Blaine PE is a success-oriented, student-centered program that strives to give each student the opportunity to explore a wide variety of lifetime sports and alternative activities regardless of gender, age, size, and current level of ability or interest. Our students have many different talents and interests, so they can expect to work both individually and cooperatively in a positive environment while learning how to stay  physically fit. We emphasize goal-setting and promoting lifelong healthy habits. We also target our instructional practices to meet the Washington State Standards for Health/Fitness. Students in 8th grade will take the Washington State Classroom Based Assessment (CBA) addressing the components of fitness, health topics, as well as safety issues.

Class Expectations
  • Abide by all school rules.
  • Suit up appropriately every day.
  • Participate and try your best.
  • Treat equipment properly.
  • No putdowns! Respect everyone.

Five for Life Program
"Five for Life" is the adopted K-12 P.E. curriculum in Seattle Public Schools. The "Five for Life Program" prepares students for a healthy lifestyle by giving them a solid foundation of how to maintain or improve their fitness levels in each of the five components of fitness; cardio-respitory endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility and body composition. the desired learning from the curriculum is for students to understand how activity and nutritional choices affect the balance of body composition, long-term health and performance "five for Life" empowers students to make informed decisions about their fitness and health. The program was written by physical educators who valued traditional P.E. programs (emphasis on sport and recreational skills), but realized that comprehensive programs should be connected to a foundation of fitness and health

Absence Policy
Attendance and participation is a huge part of the PE grade. Students not participating due to illness or injury must have a note from a parent or guardian to make-up points for the day(s) missed It is the STUDENT'S responsibility to pick up a pink "physical Education Activity Make-Up Sheet" for all absences, or download one from the "Fusion" class page. It is also the STUDENT"S responsibility to    make up any written or practical skills tests missed.

Class Content - Point Grading System (varies per quarter)
Daily Grade: Ten points awarded for suiting up, being on time, cooperation, effort and safety.
Unit Grades: Includes physical skills and/or written tests on material covered each quarter.
Fitness Testing: Students complete two or three trials throughout the year and record goals and progress
Record Boards: Students work to accomplish a minimum of 15 skills/fitness goals of choice.
Homework: Outside of class assignments related to PE and Health and/or "Five for Life" Program

Achievement Grade
93-100 A
90-92 A-
87-89 B+
84-86 B
80-83 B-
77-79 C+
73-76 C
70-72 C-
67-69 D+
60-66 D
0-59 E



"Physical Education: America's Free Health Insurance!"

UNICYCLE CLUB IS MEETING ALL YEAR, SEPTEMBER to JUNE


Click here for REGISTRATION FORM


PROGRAM LEADERS: TRINA PICKENS AND JOHN MILLER

DESCRIPTION:
Students learn to ride the unicycle working in small groups, with
partners, and independently depending on their level of skill and interest and learning style.
We also offer the opportunity to work on various circus arts skills including juggling, stilts,
ball-walking and other wheeled apparatus. Unicycle is a challenging skill and students
learn to ride at different rates depending on their experience, interest, and time on task. The
Unicycle Club performs at Blaine Middle School basketball games, pep assemblies, parades
and other special events. Please contact Ms. Pickens (P.E. Specialist) with questions.
Both beginning and advanced riders are welcome to join!
FEES:
$225/ONE child or $425/TWO children in a family. Choose to pay in full or ½ and ½ due September/January Some partial/full scholarships available – See Ms.Pickens Please make checks out to “Blaine”
  • WHEN: Tuesdays (September 30th - June 2nd)
  • WHERE: Blaine Gym
  • TIME: 8:15 – 9:15 AM
  • WHO: 1st-8th Grade Students - Space is limited to 45
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