Attea Physical Education Team

Welcome to the Attea Middle School 

Physical Education Information

 

Physical Education

PE Classes: All students should take responsibility in...
        *having their name clearly labeled on all PE clothes.
        *locking up their belongings at all times in the locker rooms.
        *checking the lost & found in the locker rooms and PE office for misplaced items.
        *searching for their misplaced PE lock in the PE office.
        *taking PE items home to be washed/cleaned on a regular basis!
PE Grading Expectations: All students should take responsibility in...
        *being prepared and on time for class.
        *listening to and promptly following directions.
        *showing a strong effort in all learning activities and units.
        *demonstrating positive cooperation in all areas (hallways, locker rooms, gyms,
          and fields)
        *exhibiting good sportsmanship in all activities.
        *completing all the assigned work.

 

PE Activities (Aug - Oct): All students are exposed to a variety of activities while actively participating in a rotation of these activities including soccer, football, fitness, tennis, and floor hockey. Student fitness assessments will also be completed during this fall rotation. MILE RUN fitness test is scheduled for Friday, October 13.


PE Activities (Nov - Dec): All students are exposed to a variety of activities while actively participating in a rotation of these indoor activities including basketball, aerobic fitness, gym games, and Life Skills Unit #1. Life Skills #1 topics of study include: 6th - Stress and Time Management, 7th - Drugs/Medicines, 8th - Mental Disorders and Eating Disorders


PE Activities (Jan - Feb): All students are exposed to a variety of activities while actively participating in a rotation of these indoor activities including volleyball, yoga/pilates fitness, handball, and Life Skills Unit #2.
PE Activities (Mar - Apr): All students are exposed to a variety of activities while actively participating in a rotation of these indoor activities including badminton, fitness stations, creative movement, and Life Skills Unit #3.
PE Activities (May - Jun): All students are exposed to a variety of activities while actively participating in a rotation of these activities including track and field, personal fitness assessments, diamond games.
Please contact your child's PE teacher with questions or concerns.

 
Intramurals

Intramurals is an extra-curricular PE program designed to give all students an informal opportunity to participate in team sports/activities without the need to commit to an interscholastic sports team. All the activities in intramurals are extensions of the physical education program and follow similar guidelines. However, unlike interscholastic sports, intramurals is open to any student who wishes to participate. There are NO tryouts or physicals! However, a parent permission form is required and must be turned in before students can participate. Intramurals are sponsored by the faculty and staff at Attea.

Intramurals are offered AFTER SCHOOL from 3:00 - 4:05pm on Monday’s, Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s. The intramural schedule is based on student participation, available space, and weather conditions.

Fall Activities: Golf (contact Ms. Crane for info) and Tennis (contact Ms. Beauregard for info)

Winter Activities: To Be Determined

Spring Activities: To Be Determined
 
Interscholastics Sports

The FALL sports teams and coaches are listed below. These include girls volleyball for both 7th and 8th grades, co-ed soccer for both 7th and 8th grades, and cross country for all grades 6-8. Attea competes in an athletic conference of eight schools. Team practices and/or meets continue every day after school.
Click on the interscholastics link on this page to get specific team information or contact the coaches listed.
6th-8th Cross Country - Mr. Zellmann
7th Girls Volleyball - Mr. Rodriguez
8th Girls Volleyball - Mr. Rich
7th Co-ed Soccer - Mr. Leinbach
8th Co-ed Soccer - Mr. Glim


The WINTER sports teams and coaches are listed below. These include girls basketball for both 7th and 8th grades, and boys basketball for both 7th and 8th grades. Attea competes in an athletic conference of eight schools. Team practices and games continue every day after school.
Click on the interscholastics link on this page to get specific team information or contact the coaches listed.
7th Girls Basketball - Ms. Jasonowicz
8th Girls Basketball - Mr. Zellmann
7th Boys Basketball - Mr. Ehresman
8th Boys Basketball - Mr. Leinbach

The SPRING sports teams and coaches are listed below. These include boys volleyball for both 7th and 8th grades, and Track & Field for all grades 6-8. Attea competes in an athletic conference of eight schools. Team practices and/or meets continue every day after school.
Click on the interscholastics link on this page to get specific team information or contact the coaches listed.
7th Boys Volleyball - Mr. Rich
8th Boys Volleyball - Mr. Daniels and Mr. Rodriguez
Boys Track and Field - Ms. Witte
Girls Track and Field - Mr. Zellmann

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS

 
 Ms.  Groesch - long tern sub for Ms. Lord  (847) 657-2011 wgroescg@glenview34.org 
Mr. Daniels
(847) 657-2011
mdaniels@glenview34.org 
Mr. Ehresman
(847) 657-2010
aehresman@glenview34.org 
Ms. Jasonowicz
(847) 657-2011
tjasonowicz@glenview34.org 
Ms. Lord
(847) 657-2010
klord@glenview34.org 
Mr. Zellmann
(847) 657-2010
szellmann@glenview34.org 
 

 

 
  • Mr. Daniels

    mdaniels@glenview34.org
  • Mr. Ehresman

    aehresman@glenview34.org
  • Mrs. Wendy Groesch

    847-657-2010
    wgroesch@glenview34.org
  • Ms Jasonowicz

    tjasonowicz@glenview34.org
  • Ms. Lord

    klord@glenview34.org
  • Mr. Zellmann

    szellmann@glenview34.org

DISTRICT 34 PE MISSION STATEMENT

Glenview School District 34 recognizes daily physical education instruction as an integral part of every student’s educational program. Growth in emotional, social, cognitive, and motor skills is fostered through physical activity. Along with the development of these physical skills, we emphasize good sportsmanship and fair play. Cooperation and respect for each other helps provide a safe environment, both physically and emotionally.

BELIEF STATEMENTS

  • We believe that essential physical education experiences help children to acquire a realistic self-image and develop a desirable self-concept.
  • We believe that it is essential to develop team building skills with emphasis on character building and appropriate social conduct by working with others during physical activity.
  • We believe that all students should be encouraged to develop higher levels of basic fitness and physical competence.
  • We believe that all students should be stimulated to seek participation in and derive enjoyment from wholesome recreation throughout their lifetime.
  • We believe that all students should understand concepts and acquire competent movement skills necessary to participate fully in physical activity.
  • We believe that all students should acquire safety skills and habits that develop a high degree of safety awareness for self and others.
  • We believe that instructional decisions and curriculum development should be guided by the information gained from our comprehensive assessments as well as current research.
  • We believe that time spent for professional growth and development in physical education research and instruction is critical for teachers.
  • We believe that parents are an integral part of their child’s physical development and wellness.
  • We believe that it is essential for all students to demonstrate understanding and respect for differences among people in physical activity settings.

 

 

Excellent

Good

Moderate

Minimal

Effort

Grade Weight: 40-50%

• excellent daily effort and participation in all activities/warm ups
• consistently exhibits on task behaviors

• actively engaged throughout all of the activities
• high commitment to improving personal fitness •highly self motivated

• good daily effort and participation in all activities/warm ups
• frequently exhibits on task behaviors

• actively engaged throughout most of the activities
• good commitment to improving personal fitness

• self motivated

• moderate daily effort and participation in all activities/warm ups • sometimes exhibits on task behaviors
• actively engaged throughout some of the activities
• moderate commitment to improving personal fitness
• moderate level of self motivation

• minimal/no daily effort and participation in all activities/warm ups
• rarely exhibits on task behaviors • rarely engaged throughout the activities
• minimal level of commitment to improving personal fitness
• low level of self motivation

Cooperation Grade Weight: 15-25%

• models excellent behavior • always follows instructions and class expectations
• always actively listens
• always positively contributes during class activities and/or discussions

• exhibits good behavior
• follows instructions and class expectations most of the time
• actively listens most of the time
• positively contributes during class activities and/or discussions most of the time

• displays inconsistent behavior
• follows instructions and class expectations some of the time
• actively listens some of the time
• positively contributes during class activities and/or discussions some of the time

• displays consistent disruptive behavior
• rarely follows instructions and class expectations

• rarely actively listens
• rarely contributes during class activities and/or discussions

Sportsmanship Grade Weight: 10-15%

• always respectful of all classmates
• always helps others when needed
• always demonstrates positive and fair game play • always follows safety rules • always treats equipment with care
• always models self-control

• respectful of classmates most of the time
• helps others when needed most of the time

• demonstrates positive and fair game play most of the time
• follows safety rules most of the time

• treats equipment with care most of the time
• models self-control most of the time

• respectful of classmates some of the time
• helps others when needed some of the time

• demonstrates positive and fair game play some of the time
• follows safety rules some of the time • treats equipment with care some of the time

• models self-control some of the time

• rarely respectful of classmates
• rarely helps others when needed • rarely demonstrates positive and fair game play
• rarely follows safety rules
• rarely treats equipment with care • rarely models self-control

Preparedness Grade Weight: 10%

• prepared and on time to class with complete PE uniform and gym shoes
• 100 – 90 points

• prepared and on time to class with complete PE uniform and gym shoes most of the time
• 89 – 80 points

• prepared and on time to class with complete PE uniform and gym shoes some of the time
• 79 – 70 points

•rarely prepared and on time to class with complete PE uniform and gym shoes
• 69 – 60 points

Written Work Grade Weight: 10%

• completes all written work with quality and on time
• 100% – 90%

• completes partial written work • 89% – 80%

• completes little written work • 79% – 70%

• completes no written work • 69% – 60%

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