Mr. Griffin, Health & Physical Education
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Health & Physical Education

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Dr. Charles C. Polk School
Physical Education Units

Physical Fitness
Cultural Dance
Flag Football
Floor Hockey
Track & Field
Field Day Activities

* Students have Physical Education two(2) times per week.

* Students must wear sneakers on the days they are scheduled for
   Physical Education.

* 4 Non-participation/Unprepared grades (F) per marking period will result in F 
          on the  report card.

Student Evaluation
Homework/Class Project                                   10%
Daily Cardiovascular Component (Warm Up)  25%
Sportsmanship & Behavior                                25%

General Physical Participation & Activity
Assessment-Physical Exams                              40%

                                            Roselle Public Schools
                           Health & Physical Education Department
                                Physical Education Class Policy 

• Students must wear SNEAKERS to participate in Physical Activity.

• Upon entering the gymnasium, students must go to their floor spots for 
           attendance & instruction and remain quiet.

• Students are NOT allowed to bring any food or drinks into the gym.

• When students hear the whistle they must stop, and wait for instruction.

• No play fighting, wrestling or any form of horseplay allowed in the gymnasium 
•  If there is an injury, students must stop and kneel down and wait for directions.

• 5 - No Participations grades (F) per marking period may result in a failing grade.

• Students must receive permission prior to leaving the gymnasium for any reason.

• Lack of preparation/negative behavior may result in Recess detention or parent contact.

A copy of this document has been sent home to every student.


Physical Education                                                                                  

United States Public School Challenge

                                 Can you live an Healthy Lifestyle ?

Our Objective: Students, Parents, and School Staff, will be able to: live a healthy life style for a day/week by eating according to the US FDA 10 guidelines and exercising. As a result of healthy eating and exercise, they will have an increase in energy, less pain in joints, more relaxed sleep, and be happier.


Students  6-17 years

Cardiovascular Exercise 7-15 minutes.  3 to 4 times a week

(walking, running, dancing, biking, swimming, roller skating, playing sports)


Faculty & Parents (Adults)

3 to 5 times a week

Cardiovascular Exercise 20 to 45 minutes.  3 to 4 times a week

* Minimum 20 minutes.  After 20 minutes you burn Calories from Fat.

 Nutrition Guidelines

1.  Drink 3 to 6 glasses (8oz.) of Water a day

     *Add Lemon/Lime Juice (aids with break down of fat molecules)

 2.  No Fried Foods (Fried Chicken, Fish, Shrimp, Fries, Fast Food

     Try to Consume Baked, Grill, or broil meats and fish.   Do not eat the skin of the chicken.

 3.  No Soda (including diet)

    Drink natural fruit juices, flavored waters with Splenda & Crystal Light are recommended.

 4.  Avoid Buffet Restaurants

5.  Try to avoid Candy (unless medical reasons)

6.  Eat More Fruit & Raw Vegetables Daily.

    Salad- DO NOT ADD MORE THAN 2 Tablespoons of salad dressing per serving.

 7.  Do not consume more than 4 tablespoons of Starch/Carbohydrates per meal.

     (Pasta, Yams, Potato, Plantain, Corn, Rice)

 8.  Eat Whole Wheat Bread instead of White Bread.

 9.  Eat Foods with Fiber.  (Bananas, Flax Seeds, Prunes, Grapes, Nuts)

 10. The Average American day is from 6 am to 11 pm.
       Try to eat between 7am and 7pm, while your metabolism is active.