Welcome to Coach Campbell's Page

Biography


I am Coach Campbell and I am excited to begin my 2nd year at New West teaching High School Physical Education and Health. I was born and raised in Chicago, IL. I received my Bachelor’s degree from Eastern Illinois University in Physical Education with a minor in Health Studies while also playing four years of college baseball for the Panthers. I recently earned my Master’s degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University Irvine. I have previously taught P.E. for LAUSD and coached 4 years of High School baseball. I enjoy being active and have a passion for coaching and sports. I look forward to bringing a High School sports program to New West and to a successful 2013-2014 school year.
















Announcements


Health Students - Click on the link below to access the class calendar.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vNliZKS-Txoz8aKvyPaijF8hrUdNsCl8iTrH2XpiWY0/pub


Homework


Health Current Event Due Dates


Semester 2

 

Friday, April 25,

Friday, May 9,

Friday, May 23




Course Descriptions

    Physical Education


    Physical Education will focus on improving all 5 components of physical fitness; muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and body composition through a variety of activities. Athletic/Motor skill development will be incorporated into class as well as character and social development. Fitness and athletic skills will compliment each other and students will be pushed to work hard and improve everyday in class. Character will be stressed and students will be required to treat others with respect and develop their social skills by working in teams and groups on a daily basis.


    Units

1. Flag Football

2. Rugby

3. Team Handball

4. Floor Hockey

5. Lacrosse

6. Badminton/Volleyball

7. Soccer

8. Baseball/Softball


    Health

    The primary goal of the health education program is to improve academic achievement and health literacy for all students. The Health program will strive to develop; critical thinkers and problem solvers when confronting health problems and issues, self-directed learners who have the competence to use basic health information and services in health-enhancing ways, effective communicators who organize and convey beliefs, ideas, and information about health issues and responsible and productive citizens who help ensure that their community is kept healthy, safe, and secure.

    Throughout the Health course, California State Health Content Standards will be incorporated. The following content areas will be covered during the course of the school year:

1.      A Healthy Foundation, Personal and Community Health

2.      Mental, Emotional, and Social Health

3.      Nutrition and Physical Activity

4.      Growth, Development, and Sexual Health

5.      Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

6.      Injury Prevention, Safety, First Aid and CPR

    Class will be divided into a variety of ways. We will focus on; in class lectures, discussions, assignments and group work. Group and individual projects will also be incorporated. Unit tests will be given at the end of each particular unit of study.


Grading Policy

    Grading Scale:

    A-100-90%

    B-89-80%

    C-79-70%

    D-69-60%

    F-59%˃


    Physical Education

          Points can be earned in class on a daily basis. 5 points can be earned everyday, 3 for participation and 2 for character/dress. Participation points can be earned by giving 100% effort everyday and for each specific activity. Character points can be earned by getting dressed for class and displaying good behavior, attitude and respect.

    60% - Daily Character/Participation Points

    40% - Skills Assessments and Unit Assessments (Tests/Game Analysis)

    Health

Grades will be earned in Health class. The best way to succeed is by coming prepared everyday, actively participating and being committed to excellent work. Grades are updated frequently and can be viewed on Power School.

    40% - Class Assignments, Homework, DQs, Current Events

    30% - Projects

    30% - Tests


Materials/Dress

    Physical Education

    Students must wear proper P.E. attire everyday to class. New West P.E. shorts and shirts are required. Sweatpants and sweatshirts are ok on days we are outside, New West attire only. Proper athletic shoes must be worn at all times. Clothes, shoes and materials can be kept in lockers. It may be a good idea to store an extra pair of shoes or clothes in lockers as well. 

    Health

    Pens, pencils, Health notebook, Health folder, markers or colored pencils (optional).


Class Rules

    Rules/expectations will be discussed in further detail in class.
 
    *One rule to follow that leads to success: Always give your best effort and come prepared to learn and work hard everyday.


Wish List

    1. New flooring in the P.E. rooms.

    2. Tennis rackets (20-30) & tennis balls.

    3. Weight training equipment.

    4. Lacrosse equipment.

    5. CPR mannequins


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).