Welcome To Indian land high
Physical and health
"PE WITH A PURPOSE AND ON THE MOVE"
P (People-Building Positive Relationships)
E (Experiences- Creating Lifelong Memories)
The Goal of Indian Land High School PE is to 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.
The mission of Indian Land High School PE is to set high expectations to develop:
A variety of motor skills/concepts, movement strategies
Responsibility, social interaction, and
Develop an appreciation towards lifetime activity
Through a positive, actively engaged environment that provides a safe, fun, and successful experience for all students.
Coach Rogers, Coach Honeycutt, and Coach Morris playing around with some of their favorite equipment!
South Carolina PE
Standard 1: The physically literate individual demonstrates competency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns. (Psychomotor Domain)
Standard 2: The physically literate individual demonstrates knowledge of concepts, principles, strategies and tactics related to movement and performance. (Cognitive Domain)
Standard 3: The physically literate individual achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness. (Psychomotor Domain)
Standard 4: The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings. (Affective Domain)
Standard 5: The physically literate individual demonstrates awareness that physical activity provides the opportunity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction. (Affective Domain)
South Carolina Health Standards
Standard 1: Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health.
Standard 2: Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.
Standard 3: Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information, products, and services to enhance health.
Standard 4: Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.
Standard 5: Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.
Standard 6: Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health.
Standard 7: Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks.
Standard 8: Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family, and community health.”
Food Guide Pyramid
Physical Activity Pyramid
Physical Education and Academia
(Regular Physical Activity Improves Academic Performance)
Multiple studies have shown that students who participate in regular physical activity achieve higher test scores and grades in math, science, social studies, English, 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"
Physical Literacy is the ability to move with competence and confidence in a wide variety of physical activities in multiple environments that benefit the healthy development of a whole person.
Physical education (PE) develops the physically literate individual through deliberate practice of well-designed learning tasks that allow for skill acquisition in an instructional climate focused on mastery.
During physical education class, students practice the knowledge and skills they have learned through physical activity (PA), which is defined as any bodily movement that results in energy expenditure.
Health Literacy is the ability to access, understand, appraise, apply and advocate for health information and services in order to maintain or enhance one's own health and the health of others.
The goal of health education is to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to lead healthy lifestyles. A skills-based approach is a best practice for delivering high-quality health education.
Health literacy is an important measure of the effectiveness of health education and is critical to ensuring that students have the ability to be healthy throughout their lives.
Health-literate people are able to address their own health needs along with the needs of others. They are able to obtain and apply knowledge and skills to enhance their own health and the health of others — both now and in the future as their needs change throughout their lives.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has become a critical component of educating today's youth. In school districts across the
country, SEL is no longer just a classroom lesson but a system-wide framework involving a coordinated
approach in classrooms, schools, communities, and family units.
Research has shown that these efforts can lead to behavioral and academic outcomes including
Positive social behavior
Fewer conduct referrals
Less emotional distress
Improved academic performance
Social-Emotional Learning Challenge:
No child left without a fist bump and a smile
(Fist bump + Smile = Fist bump + Smile)
"Moving students to success with 1 FIST BUMP and 1 SMILE at a time"
"Learning starts with Maslow's and ends with Bloom's"
Science: • Friction- soccer ball inside on floor vs. outside on grass • Momentum- seed, force, mass, velocity • Force- throwing: overhand to a partner at a short distance vs. to a partner at a longer distance • Frog Launch: potential/kinetic energy and trajectory • Technology: •Chromebook testing• Pedometers- lifetime wellness enhancement • iPad analysis- skill analysis • iPad QR code- formative assessments, task cards, etc. • Heart Rate Monitors • Engineering: • Hula Huts • Obstacle Course Creation • Arts: • Dance • Educational Gymnastics • Mathematics: • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division- food cards, flash cards, Heart Rate Calculations • Graphing- pedometer steps per day
Enhances an individual's ability to concentrate and maintain focus
Important for healthy growth and development
Prevents sleep deprivation
Helps in relieving stress and anxiety
Physical education makes an individual flexible and happy
COVID-19 Hybrid Learning (Face to face and virtual) Class Tracks
Indian Land High School
has 4 different Class Tracks this year:
A Track- Physically comes to school Face-To-Face on Monday and Tuesday. Stays at home Virtually on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
B Track- Stays at home Virtually on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Physically comes to school Face-To-Face non Thursday and Friday.
C Track- (Virtual A Day)- Stays at home Virtually everyday. Signs in Virtually for attendance on Monday and Tuesday. Stays at home for Regular Virtual on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
D Track- (Virtual B Day)- Stays at home Virtually everyday. Stays at home for Regular Virtual Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Signs in Virtually for attendance on Thursday and Friday.
Coach Rogers, Coach Honeycutt, and Coach Morris
Coach Honeycutt, Coach Morris, Coach Rogers, and Coach Bagwell with masks on.
Coach Honeycutt, Coach Morris, Coach Rogers, and Coach Bagwell.
Please click the tape below to request songs to be added to the PE play list!
We will make sure that we have an edited version before adding it to the list
The Bitmoji classroom is updated WEEKLY with all assignments for the week.
ALL ASSIGNMENTS will be due Fridays at 11:59 PM (FITNESS FORM, PE Test and Health Test) and no re-submissions will be accepted.
NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS will be accepted as students have the entire week (5 days) to complete them.
Students should not copy and paste from the presentation and should use their own words (with the exception of definitions).
There will be NO LIVE CLASS INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS done in Physical Education classes
(since all assignments are located on Google Classroom, Bitmoji Classroom and our PE Website).
Each week, students will complete a Fitness Form to turn in on FRIDAY by 11:59 pm. NO LATE WORK IS ACCEPTED, as students have the entire week (5 days) to complete it and no re-submissions will be accepted. Students should not copy and paste from the presentation and should use their own words (with the exception of definitions).
"Wheel of names"
This website is used to randomly select students to speak (answer questions/present information) to their class peers regarding words of the day, sport activities, health topics, motivational videos, reading article reflections, and lifetime fitness workouts.
Greatest team game
4 pieces of equipment
Move through a minefield
Do YOU think YOU could complete Mission Impossible?
Click play below to watch the video of our students try and complete the game of Mission Impossible
WE ARE THE WARRIORS!
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Singapore PE specialists and USC PE department chair observed our PE classes engaged in a combination of fitness activities:
Click to Play Videos
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South Carolina State PE Champs!
Why we are STATE CHAMPS:
Dressed Out 100%
Equipment for every student 100%
Motor Skills Assessment iPad video and Google Form - checklist rating rubric (Individual/Peer)
Cognitive Skills Assessment Chromebook and Google Form -multiple choice rubric (Individual/Peer)
Jobs - Student leaders taking ownership of their learning and enhancement of social development which enables individuals to react well with other people
Activities - 20+ Fitness Areas (PE word of the day, Health Concept of the day, PE Kahoot game, Health Taboo game, PE/Health literacy cross-curricular library, and GOTCHA daily home activity)
Showcase our program at PE workshops/conferences around the country
Create a safe, positive, and relaxed environment
Establish a routine
2nd block PE 1
4th block PE 1
H.O.P.E. (Helping Others through Physical Education) Club
To recognize our local community food bank needs and to challenge our student body to take the responsibility to give back to their community while engaging in weekly physical activity
Improves confidence, self-esteem, motor skills, performance, and school spirit!
3rd block PE 1
PE Student Leaders
Camden and Leah
FITNESSGRAM form for pre/post testing.
Students will set individual goals to achieve, maintain, and improve their desired fitness levels
GOTCHA (Get Off The Couch Home Activity)
Encouraging physical activity outside of the classroom
Student Driven Classroom
Student's "Run the Show"
Rewards and Incentives
Respect, Manners, Attitude, Work Ethic, Leadership, Teamwork, Sportsmanship, and Cooperation
Watch Inspirational Videos of
Life Situations and Resiliency
daily rewards for exhibiting responsible personal and social behavior
"The Champion" by Carrie Underwood, featuring Ludacris, has become a PE motto!
Warriors Are Champions!
C - Courage
H - Hurt/Honor
A - Attitude
M - Motivation
P - Perseverance
I - Integrity
O - Optimism
N - Never Give Up
how to create a championship program?
Mindset - Boys on the Boat - Legacy
Do You Want to Become Successful and a Champion in Life?
Out-work and Out-serve
"The Mindset of a Winner"
"It's Time to Get After It!"
Click play below to watch the video of a variety of fitness activities
Do you want to go fast?
Do you want to go far?
The state of South Carolina requires 1 unit of PE for graduation
Meet daily for 90 minutes over 18 weeks
1st block 9:30am-11:00am
2nd block 11:10am-12:40pm
3rd block 12:50pm-2:50pm (Lunch)
4th block 3:00pm-4:30pm
5 Day Unit Plan (Routine)
Social Emotional Health Topics/Presenters
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.
Safety and Emergency Drill Procedures
Fire: Get outside nearest door (100+ feet away from the
building) and be quiet
Earthquake: Get down in a tucked position along the side
hallway and be quiet
Tornado: Get down in a tucked position along the side
hallway and be quiet
Lockdown: Get in locked weight room or locker room with
lights out and be quiet
Touching Others/Belongings - ZERO TOLERANCE
Bullying - ZERO TOLERANCE
Fighting - ZERO TOLERANCE
*Removed from class and referred to administrator*
Injured students are required to inform their PE teacher immediately and get a hall pass to the nurse in order to diagnose their
condition. A school accidental injury form must be completed and the parent contacted by the student prior
to the end of PE class.
FitnessGram Health-Related Fitness Components
Pacer (20 meter)
Sit and Reach/Trunk Lift
Bioelectrical Body Impedence Analysis
Physical Education Brochure: program overview
Indian Land High GRAD
G - Grades
R - Respect
A - Attendance
D - Diploma
indian land high school
School Phone: (803) 547-7571
Fax: (803) 578-2816
Address: 8063 River Road, Fort Mill, South Carolina 29707
Coach Honeycutt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Coach Rogers (email@example.com)
Coach Morris (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PE questions, please contact Melanie Hollis
Health questions, please contact Miranda Langley (803-283-4995) (email@example.com)
Office Hours (main gym):
8:00 am-8:30 am
2020-2021 School Calendar
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!
TEAMWORK, MAKES THE DREAM WORK!
Teacher Cadets shadowing our PE classes Spring 2020
IT'S A GREAT DAY TO BE ALIVE, AND IT'S TIME TO MAKE THE DOUGHNUTS
Camel=Got Your Back
A - A
L - Lifetime
O - Of
H - Healthy
A - Activity
POWER! - UNIT!
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 . Ms. Althof and her students designed and painted the trash cans and the plaques.
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!"
Shannon Lando's Law Firm donated Heart Rate Monitors for our students to use to assess their level of health
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.
Indian Land Rotary Club helps keep our ILHS gym looking good! Thanks Brian, Dan, Mike, Don, and the rest of the local businesses!
Daniel Kelly (Doctor's Care) donated iPads for our students and teachers to use for skills assessments, attendance, videos, and so much more!
Weightlifting and PE 2 students with Coach Morris and Amber Young in front of the clothes cabinet that houses the donated clothing.
Students with Amber young and her donated shirts and shorts
Weightlifting students in front of the shoes cabinet that holds and organizes all of the donated shoes
Our clothes cabinet is organized by size and type (bottoms/tops) for easy and quick clothes borrowing.
Our shoe cabinet is also organized by size for quickness so that students that need to borrow items still have plenty of dress out time.
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!
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 sports of Golf and Lacrosse, so these local business associations have provided our students the opportunity to learn and appreciate new skills!
Guest Presenters and Speakers**click on the logo to travel to the website!**
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
Across the country, today’s children and adolescents — at all grade levels — do not get enough physical activity, and are struggling with anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges. Understanding these challenges, promoting an active school environment, and teaching children how to cope with stress, bullying, and societal pressures can make all the difference.
The health. moves. minds.™ program brings the lessons, activities, and community-building ideas that can help kids live their best lives.