Health Disclosure Statement
Health Education Disclosure Statement
This course follows the guidelines of the Utah State Core Curriculum for Health Education. It can be found at http://www.schools.utah.gov/
Teacher: Doug Jenson
Class: 7th Grade PE
Phone: (435) 652-4772 ext. 4258
Students will understand the importance of setting and keeping goals.
Students will be able to use lifetime skills such as resiliency, responsibility, and decision-making to aid in the development of the overall person.
Students will use stress management techniques to to manage overall wellness.
Students will learn the basics of CPR and First Aid.
Students will learn about the protective factors associated with substance abuse.
Students will learn and apply general principals of nutrition.
Students are not allowed to have food, drinks (other than water), candy, or gum while in class.
Cell phones, iPods, or any other personal electronics are not allowed to be used during school hours. Because electronics are a high-theft item, we discourage students from bringing them to school. If we see them out during class, they will be confiscated and given to the administration.
Students should show respect in comments and actions while in class.
2. Student Action plan—teacher and student will agree on a plan that the student can do to resolve the problem
3. Parent contact—note, e-mail, or phone contact with parent to help resolve the problem
4. Administration/ counselor involvement
Specifics of Learning Targets and GVC will be linked through PowerSchool and/or Schoology.
In addition to level 3 performance, demonstrates an IN-DEPTH understanding through application and/or teaching of the standard/skill by submitting extension form.
MEETS defined expectations of the standard/skill.
IDENTIFIES and RECALLS vocabulary and independently demonstrates isolated details of the standard/skill.
With ASSISTANCE, is able to meet the basic elements of a 2 and 3 for the standard/skill.
Extended absence or outright refusal
Students will be graded based on proficiency in the Utah Core State Standards for Physical Education (linked above). They will be graded by the following:
Academic Grade: Each Strand will have an assessment and a project. The overall grade will be the average between the project and the assessment. Students who wish to achieve a "4" mastery will be given an opportunity to beyond proficiency.