Welcome To Indian land high

Physical and health

Education

WE ARE THE WARRIORS!

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"PE WITH A PURPOSE AND ON THE MOVE"

The mission of Indian Land High School PE is to set high expectations in learning a variety of motor skills/concepts, movement strategies, fitness activities, responsibility, social interaction, and develop an appreciation towards lifetime activity.

The vision of Indian Land High School PE is to create a positive, actively engaged environment that provides SAFETY, FUN, and SUCCESS for all students.

GOAL OF PE PROGRAM: BE THE BEST PE PROGRAM IN SOUTH CAROLINA (PE STATE CHAMPS #1)

By developing physically fit students, who make Proud Choices which will improve their quality of life within the local community.

Physical Education and Academia

Multiple studies have shown that students who participate in regular physical activity achieve higher test scores and grades in math, science, social studies, science, and all other elective classes! Physical activity has been shown to help students become more mentally and socially adjusted. Here is the link to a study by the CDC titled : "The Association Between School-Based Physical Activity, Including Physical Education, and Academic Performance"

5 Reasons Why Physical Education is as Important as School Work:

1. Enhances an individual's ability to concentrate and maintain focus

2. Important for healthy growth and development

3. Prevents sleep deprivation

4. Helps in relieving stress and anxiety

5. Physical education makes an individual flexible and happy


Singapore PE specialists and USC PE Department Chair observed our PE classes engaged in a combination of fitness activities:

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Set up net-wall games/word of the day/health concept of the day/GOTCHA/roll call/get'em hooked
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Entrance/warm-ups/skills and drills/ Net-wall game play/rotations
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Net-wall clean up/take down
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Entrance/warm-up/skills and drills/football routes
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Invasion game play/rotation
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Invasion game clean up/take down

South Carolina State PE Champs!

Why we are STATE CHAMPS:

1. 100% Prompt

2. 100% Prepared

3. 100% Dressed Out

4. 100% Participation

5. 100% Students have own equipment

6. iPad Peer Motor Skills Assessments

7. Chromebook Cognitive Assessments

8. Students take OWNERSHIP of their LEARNING by becoming LEADERS (STUDENT JOBS)

9. 20+ Fitness activities over 18 weeks

10. Present/Showcase our program all over the country

90 Day Plan

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3rd block PE 1

PLAQUE MAGIC

Improves confidence, self-esteem, motor skills, performance, and school spirit!


H.O.P.E. (Helping Others through Physical Education) Club

To recognize local community needs and to challenge our student body to take the responsibility to give back to their community while engaging in weekly physical activity

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4th block PE 1

GOTCHA (Get Off The Couch Home Activity)

Encouraging physical activity outside of the classroom

FITNESSGRAM form for pre/post testing.

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Students will set individual goals to achieve, maintain, and improve their desired fitness levels

PE Top 10 Agenda

Top 10 PE Agenda Items Welcome To Physical Education Coach Morris.docx

Class Start to Finish

Student Jobs

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Student's Run the Show

Rewards and Incentives

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Manners, Attitude, Work Ethic, Leadership, Teamwork

"The Champion" by Carrie Underwood, featuring Ludacris, has become a PE motto!

The state of South Carolina requires 1 unit of PE for graduation

Meet daily for 90 minutes over 18 weeks

Bell Schedule:

1st block 8:30am-9:55am

2nd block 10:02am-11:27am

3rd block 11:34am-1:00pm

4th block 2:05pm-3:30pm

STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING TO PE EVERY DAY:

1. Dress out clothes: T-shirt or sweatshirt, shorts or sweat pants (separate of what was worn to school), socks, and tennis shoes

2. A 3 ring notebook with loose leaf paper and a pen

3. Chromebook (fully charged) and charger cord

*ANY STUDENT WHO DOES NOT HAVE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS NEEDS TO INFORM THEIR PE TEACHER @ THE END OF THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS*

If a student forgets dress out clothes, he/she is required to borrow dress out clothes from the ILHS PE Department with collateral (ex. cell phone)

These forms MUST be filled out using Student Email:

Physical Education Brochure: program overview

Video Clips of PE fitness activities

COntact

School Phone: (803) 547-7571

Fax: (803) 578-2816

Address: 8063 River Road, Fort Mill, South Carolina 29707

Email:

Coach Honeycutt (Jerry.Honeycutt@lcsdmail.net)

Coach Rogers (Natasha.Rogers@lcsdmail.net)

Coach Morris (Margaret.Morris@lcsdmail.net)

Coach Edwards (Michael.Edwards@lcsdmail.net)

PE questions, please contact Jerry Honeycutt (803-547-7571) (jerry.honeycutt@lcsdmail.net)

Health questions, please contact Miranda Langley (803-283-4995) (mlangley@comporium.net)

Office Hours (main gym): 8:00 am-8:20 am, 1:00 pm-1:20 pm

Meg Morris

Natasha Rogers

Jerry Honeycutt

Mike Edwards

PE COACHING DREAM TEAM--got your back!

A student made this Cheerios box and shared it with us. We were inspired to make our own Wheaties box!

ILHS PE Coaches

Coaches pictured with student intern Matthew Taylor from Winthrop University

POWER! - UNIT!

1 MORE!

STATE CHAMPS!

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ALL THE COACHES LOVE US!

See Below for our sponsors and partnerships

We wouldn't be able to do what we do without partnering, collaborating, and integrating with our colleagues! Pictured below are Ms. Althof (art), Coach Bonda (Building Construction), and Coach Robinson (IT):

Trash cans donated by LOWE'S and painted by the ILHS art students. Plaque designed by ILHS art students.

Coach Bonda has cut out multiple plaques for our students to touch each day as they enter into physical education to focus their mindset on improving their overall physical and mental fitness level.

Coach Robinson has helped us implement a wide variety of technology into our PE classes (ex: Google, videos of student performance, FITNESSGRAM student data, motor skills assessments, and cognitive assessments).

Coach Bonda's students installing the plaques near the doors for students to get "plaque magic!"

Manager: Charles Nichols
Manager: Megan WhiteAsst. Manager: Seth OttingerCommunity Relations: Paige AlvarezCommunity Relations: Kim Reynolds
Manager: Stephanie Potts
Manager: Louise Pressley
Shannon Giles



We also partner with Colleges, local businesses, and the Indian Land Rotary Club. We encourage students to have a lifelong love of fitness and help some in their quest to become a PE teacher themselves! The IL Rotary club hosts an annual golf tournament and the proceeds help four ILHS students. Two seniors receive college scholarships at the college of their choice. Two students (either sophomore or junior) are sent to attend a leadership camp over the summer at Erskine College.

**click on logos to go to to the websites!**
President: Brian EndresSecretary, Treasurer: Babette A. Sabia
John Cutrone

Julie Will (Helen Adams Realty) helped us purchase nets and standards for net/wall games

Ronak Patel (pharmacist/owner) helped us to purchase super squish foam coated balls

Branch Manager: Lorrie Ayers

Denise Helms

Helped us purchase Pickleball Paddles!

Amber Young donated T shirts and Shorts for our students who are in need of athletic clothing to wear during class.

Josh Hamilton and US Lacrosse donated brand new lacrosse sticks and balls to our department. Josh is working hard with US Lacrosse to bring the sport to our area!

Pam Banks and Net Generation donated brand new Tennis Rackets, balls, a net, and a tablet to our program!



Director of Development: Terry Tolbert

Samaritan's Feet, and Steppin' High both donated shoes for students who either forgot the appropriate shoes for Physical Education, or may be in need of a pair of shoes due to many reasons.

Contact: Linda Godbold

Multiple organizations and people have helped us with tennis by donating rackets, a stringing machine, balls, ball machine, helping our tennis teams, letting us use their courts, and so much more!

Manager of Community Engagement: Pam Banks
Grant Chair: Kim Ozmon








SCCL Tennis Director - Eddie Chin Contact: Neil Webner

Strikers Bowling Center has helped bring bowling into our school with portable lanes, pins, and inside bowling balls! First Tee has helped us teach the lifetime sport of golf and to help grow the game with our students! Charlotte Hounds Lacrosse has donated lacrosse sticks and balls for our students. Many students are not exposed to the sport of Lacrosse, and this has been a huge help in changing that!

Greg Perkins and Kim
Mike Burke
Wade Leaphart

A program designed to assist schools with fundraising while promoting physically active lifestyles and wellness in our students, our schools, our communities and individuals throughout the State of South Carolina.


Kym Kirby: Kkirby@lander.edu

Equipment and Clothing Companies that supply our PE program

The Best ILHS Kids

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Best ADA Equipment

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PE STATE CHAMPS

Randy or Jennifer 1-800-234-0460 info@adasportsandrackets.commention Indian Land High School for a discount on all PE equipment orders!



Check out the ILHS Sideline Store for GREAT personalized items!Anthony1-800-644-4481arogone@bsnsports.com
#2 ADA FREE SAMPLE FLYER (1).pdf
#3 ADA Sports & Rackets FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT .pdf

Encouraging all students to be a part of a College society through partnerships and internships with local colleges/universities.

Click on the LOGO to go to the University/college's PE website!

WE PESH
Shelley HamillJarod AndrozziKathy Sullivan
Linda Nilges
Gina BartonKym Kirby
Sandra Nelson
Karen Smail
Cindy Cavenaugh
Jeff PizzutillaMike Dawson
Suzanne Parker
Scott YakolaKim McNally
Aaron Terranova Emily Britt
Peggy Winder
Dan Corsi
Shonna Snyder