I would like to welcome you to my class. My goal is to provide students with knowledge, skills, values, and the enthusiasm, to maintain a healthy lifestyle into adulthood. Activities included are designed to promote physical fitness, to develop motor skills, instill knowledge, and understanding concepts and strategies. Students learn to either work as part of a productive member of a team or individual. Sportsmanship is a key component in my class. I look forward to another successful year teaching your child. My room is always open to come in and say hello, or to share your thoughts and concerns. Sincerely, Mr. Rinehart
Student Disciplinary Chart
1= Conference with student
2= 2nd conference with student
3= Conference with student + Parent contact, may result in detention
4= Conference +Student receives “N” status
6= Student receives an unsatisfactory grade for this course
Running Club: Start Date and Registration TBA (must register to attend practice)
Archery Team: tryouts will be held upon return from Fall Break. For students not enrolled in physical education, tryouts will be held after school at a later date
JUMP FORCE: Tryouts TBA
August- Class Introduction,Team Building, Cooperation based activities
September- Throwing/Catching based activities(Horizon PP&K) Create-A-Game Unit & Western Days Fun Run
October- Archery Introduction(5th/6th), Team Soccer Introduction and Skill Development, Horizon Dodgeball Tournament
Nov/Dec.- Jumpster & Archery Weekly Practices Held, Bowling & Net Sports(Volleyball,Table Tennis, Badminton,Spike ball) Introduction & Team Activities, Speed Stacking Introduction
January- Flag Activities/Spatial Awareness,Tchoukball,Jumpster & Archery Practices & Competitions Held
February- Basketball Introduction and Skill Development, Hoops For Heart School Drive, State Archery Competition
March- Running Club Practices Resume, Disc Golf Introduction (Throwing for Accuracy)Fitness Stations & Individual Performance Development, Spring Dodgeball Tournament
April/May - Baseball Introduction (Throwing, Catching, and Hitting) Horizon Field Day, 6th Grade MMS Spring Training
Updated: April 4, 2020
Even though traditional school has seen a temporary halt, the need for mental & physical development does not have to take a back seat. With Spring at our door step, this will be a great time to enjoy the outdoors,stay active, and also keeping social distancing in focus.
Throughout the year our 5th & 6th graders have completed several team activities. Upon return from Winter break, our kids started some individual fitness drills working on speed,agility, and strength. While we will not be able to add to our development cards, each and every one on you can continue while at home. There are a lot of great resources popping up. Here are a few that i have run into...
Youtube- "The body coach" PE with Joe
Mustang Bronco school & athletic pages are competing and encouraging everyone to be a better bronco
Instagram- broncophysed- just getting that up and running but as I find resources I will get those on there.
Cone Toppers- (30 sec. timed)
Sit-ups- (1 min. timed)
Shuttle run- (as quick as possible) 40 ft. distance
Med ball relay-(as quick as possibly) Transfer ball 60 ft,30ft, & 10 ft from the start line.
1/2 mile run- any distance or time will do. Just get out there and get that heart working!
Agility Ladder- Easy to draw with some sidewalk chalk
one foot in each
2 feet in each
ski/bunny hop(one foot in and one out)
icky shuffle- both feet in each box while alternating sides of the ladder- can go backward with this
Two feet in each
2 feet in/2 feet out- hit each box working to the right
scissor kick- while scissor kicking one foot in and one out at all times while still getting both feet in each box
Weight Bar- anything providing resistance (no, not your little brother)
Squats- with weighted bar
Kayak paddle- each side of body
bench press- on back pressing the bar up from chest
Lift/Press/& Over- pick up to waist, press overhead, back down to waist, place on ground, and hop over and back and one has been completed.