Kiker Elementary Physical Education
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SITE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION FOR THE SUMMER ;-)
Ms. Schultz - Mr. McMahon - Ms. Muraida
2018-2019 Penny War Reward - Kindergarten students tape the principals to the wall!!
HOW WILL STUDENTS BE ASSESSED IN PE?
HEALTH Please click on a topic to see specifics for each grade level :)
October: Cardiovascular Functions
November: Substance Abuse Awareness
December: Skeletal System
January: Flexibility/Muscular System
February: Stress Management
SKILLSPlease click on a quarter to see specifics for each skill and grade level :)
- Cooperative Games / Locomotor / Spacial Awareness
- Throwing and Catching
- Hand Dribble / Shooting
- Rhythms - Jump Rope / Locomotor
- Foot Dribble / Kicking
- peers - self - adults - equipment - space -
4 = no reminders
3 = occasional reminders
2 = frequent reminders
1 = understanding of expectation are not evident.
Coordinated School Health (CSH) /CATCH
Coordinated School Health (CSH) is a systemic approach of advancing student academic performance by promoting, practicing and coordinating school health education and services for the benefit and well-being of students in establishing healthy behaviors designed to last their lifetime.
Districtwide CSH Events 2019-20
CSH Kick-Off Week (9/9 - 9/13) Sponsored by Health & PE
Red Ribbon/Love Your Brain Week (10/23 - 10/3; AISD dates to be determined soon) Sponsored by Counseling Department
Healthy Heart Week (2/3 - 2/7) Sponsored by Employee Wellness
School Breakfast Week (3/2 - 3/6) Sponsored by Food Services
Capital 10k (April 5) Sponsored by Employee Wellness
What is CATCH?
The Coordinated Approach To Child Health (CATCH) is a unique coordinated school health program that promotes healthy habits and brings a school community together to teach children to be healthy for a lifetime.
CATCH reinforces positive, healthy behaviors throughout the school day such as eating foods low in fat and sugar, doing regular physical activities, and not smoking; CATCH makes it clear that good health and learning go hand in hand.
- There are 4 key parts to CATCH:
1. Classroom Curriculum – students are taught the importance of good health behaviors including eating a healthy diet and participating in daily physical activity.
2. Physical Education – teaches students that physical activity is healthy and fun!
3. Nutrition – promotes healthy choices at school and that the healthy choice is the easy choice!
4. The Home Team (family and community) – extending healthy habits to the home and community, and reinforcing that lessons taught during the school day need to be practiced at home to make sure these are health habits that will last a lifetime.
CATCH At Home
Coordinated School Health is a collaborative approach to student learning and health. CSH is every person who interacts with children and parents speaking the same language and providing the same messages about healthy behaviors and lifestyles. Each nine weeks there is a new CSH focus.
The four themes are:
Theme I: Our CATCH SchoolCreating Healthy Change
Theme II: Talk the TalkSpeaking the Language of CATCH
Theme III: The Home TeamFamily Matters
Theme IV: CATCH MVPsCelebrating Success
Family Fitness Night
The evening of Friday, February 1st our first session at 6:00 - We will run four 10 minute sessions.
The Book Fair will be open until 7:00pm!!
Fitness Dance - Rest and Relaxation - Total Speed and Fitness - Boot Camp - Martial Arts
Kiker Field Day
Friday, November 22nd K-2 morning 3-5 afternoon
Rain Date: Friday, December 6th
Fun Run - WEAR RED
Saturday, February 1st 8:30-10:30 am
Kiker’s 8th Annual Fun Run/Walk
Presented By Kiker PE and PTA
Date: Saturday, February 1st
Times: K-2 starts @8:30 3-5 starts @ 9:30
Location: Kiker Parking Lot
* Students will run/walk on a designated course for 30 minutes collecting a raffle ticket for each lap - There will be a raffle drawing following each 30 minute run
5th Grade Volleyball Team -
Information will come out AFTER winter break :)
All students will be taught and have many opportunities to practice the following FITNESSGRAM assessments which will be measured for all 3rd-5th grade students in October and April:
- Aerobic Capacity
- Muscular Strength
- Muscular Endurance
- Body Composition
The Cooper Institute FITNESSGRAM website.