• Grading:
    Grading Policy - There are five major categories for grading in Physical Education. Grading is done each of the four marking periods with one marking period dedicated to Health. Additionally, there are multiple assessments each marking period to review the work covered.
    Preparation - will be assessed on a daily basis throughout the marking period. Each unit is worth 30 points giving a student the chance to earn a total of 90 points. Students must be dressed in proper Physical Eduation attire.
    * If a student does not dress, they cannot earn participation, skill, or fitness points for the day.
    The following is the breakdown of points
    0 days missed for dress= 90 points
    1 day missed for dress= 80 points
    2 days missed for dress= 70 points
    3 days missed for dress= 60 points
    4 days missed for dress= 50 points
    5 days missed for dress= ***failure for the marking period**
     
    Participation – will be assessed over 3 units per marking period - each day is worth 3 points, each unit is worth 45 points, giving a student the chance to earn a total of 135 points.
    3
    2
    1
    0
    *Executes all required PE procedures with little or no prompting
    *Consistently demonstrates personal and social responsibility in PE settings including positive and supportive attitude towards others, sportsmanship and safety during activity
    *Executes all procedures with occasional reminders
    *Demonstrates personal and social responsibility occasionally in the PE environment
    *Needs frequent reminders to execute procedures
      *Periodically demonstrates expected personal and social responsibility
    *No Activity – the student chose not to participate or was not prepared for the day’s activity
     
     
    Pts
    45
    44
    43
    42
    41
    40
    39
    38
    37
    36
    35
    34
    33
    32
    31
    30
    Grade
    100
    97
    95
    93
    91
    88
    86
    84
    82
    80
    77
    75
    73
    71
    68
    66
    *Safety in regards to participation includes the removal of jewelry, gum and the appropriate use of equipment. Disregard for these rules and expectations will hinder a student’s ability to achieve the highest number of points
     
    Skill - will be assessed over 3 units per marking period - each unit is worth 15 points giving a student the chance to earn a total of 45 points.
    15 – 13.5
    13.4 – 12
    11.9 – 10.5
    10.4 – 9.5
    9.5 - 0
     
    *Consistently meets objective skill expectations on a day to day basis throughout the unit
    * Exhibits little to no difficulty in performing ready position, movement, follow through
    *demonstrates knowledge of subject and strategy associated with the desired skill
    * shows improvement over time from initial skill level
     
    *Frequently meets objective skill expectations with occasional lack of motivation to perform
      *Exhibits little to some difficulty in performing step by step movement
      *Shows continued improvement as activity progresses
     
    *Occasionally demonstrates objective skill expectations on a day to day basis
    *Exhibits difficulty grasping the movement concept and performing at a proficient level
      *Shows potential for continued improvement
     
    *Rarely demonstrates desired skills on a day to day basis
      *Exhibits difficulty grasping and performing movement concepts
      *Does not show improvement from initial skill level
     
    *Shows no improvement or attempt to improve skill
     
    Pts
    15
    14.5
    14
    13.5
    13
    12.5
    12
    11.5
    11
    10.5
    10
    9.5
    9.0
    Grade
    100
    96
    93
    90
    86
    83
    80
    76
    73
    70
    66
    63
    60
    *up to two points can be added to skill grade to show improvement achieved during fitness. This will be shown on the student’s individual grading card.            
    Fitness - will be assessed over the entire marking period and students can earn a total of 45 points based on the class rubric. The standards will be assessed many times throughout a marking period. Students can only improve upon their Fitness standards when tested. This score will not appear until the end of the marking period where the student has had several opportunities to improve.  
    Written Assessment - students will also be given a written assessment at the end of each unit to assess their knowledge of the completed units. A student can earn a maximum of 15 points for each assessment. Review sheets are available to the student online prior to the exam.