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Biography

I am Coach Campbell and I am excited to begin my 7th year at New West teaching High School Physical Education and serving as both Physical Education Department Chair and Athletic Director. I was born and raised in Chicago, IL. I received a Bachelor’s degree from Eastern Illinois University in Kinesiology with a minor in Health Studies while also playing four years of college baseball for the Panthers. I also received a Master’s degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University Irvine. I enjoy being active and have a passion for coaching and sports. I am excited about the continued growth and accomplishments of our Athletic Program and am looking forward to a successful 2018/2019 school year! Go Eagles!








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Course Description

    Physical Education

    High School Physical Education will focus on learning, developing and improving fitness and athletic skills. This class will help students build and maintain physical fitness and athletic performance and also focus on social and life skills that help students become successful. Character is also a strong component of student development in this class. Lastly, Physical Education will help enhance the mind/body connection. Exercise has been proven to grow brain cells and prime the adolescent brain for learning and function. "A fit body equals a fit mind!"


    PE Units


    Semester 1

  •      Fitness concepts, components of fitness, muscle groups and fitness testing.
  •      Workout logs, proper workout techniques and learning all of the major muscle groups.
  •      Cardiovascular endurance runs, weight training and team games.

    Semester 2

  •      Fitness concepts, components of fitness, muscle groups and fitness testing continued.
  •      Individual workout plans, independent and guided instruction, mastering fitness and muscle group concepts and video workout plan project.
  •      Cardiovascular endurance runs, weight training and team games.


Grading Policy

    Grading Scale:

    A - 100-90%

    B - 89-80%

    C - 79-70%

    D - 69-60%

    F - 59%˃

 60% - Assessments

40% - Character/Participation Points


    Character/Participation

    Students can earn 2 points per day in class, 1 for participation and 1 for character. Participation applies to all activities performed in class. Students are expected to apply their maximum effort to receive their full participation points. Character points can be earned by arriving on time, dressing in proper PE attire and for following all rules, guidelines and displaying good character.

    Assessments

    Students will be assessed in the following ways throughout the year:
  • Cardiovascular endurance runs
  • Workout logs and workout plans
  • Video workout plan project
  • Journals (Semester 1 and 2)
  • Mid-Term Quiz (Semester 1 and 2)
  • Final Exam (Semester 1 and 2, Semester 2 Final Exam is cumulative)

PE Uniforms

   New West PE shorts and t-shirts are required. New West sweatpants and sweatshirts are ok as well. Proper athletic shoes must be worn at all times (must have laces). Dressing is not optional. You must be dressed properly for class. If you are not dressed in New West PE attire, you will lose character points that day.

Class Rules

    Rules and expectations will be discussed in further detail in class.
 
    *Steps to success: Give your best effort, be respectful, have a good attitude and come prepared to learn and work hard everyday.


Wish List

  1. Weight training equipment. 
  2. Heart rate monitors. 


Expectations

    I expect my students to strive to become the best they can be by giving their best in everything they do. 

"Success comes from knowing that you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming." (John Wooden)