Assistant Athletic Director / Physical Education, Health and Driver Education
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Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education Department Chair
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PE Teacher/Head Football Coach
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|Giuliani, D. Mark
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York Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education Department
Home of the Dukes
York High School PE/Health/Driver Education Mission Statement
The mission of York High School’s PE/Health/Driver Education department is to proactively develop physically fit individuals, strengthen minds, and promote positive attitudes towards life-long fitness while shaping individuals to become positive, impactful members of society.
Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.
~John F. Kennedy
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year!! The entire PE/Health/Driver Education staff is excited and dedicated to working with your children to promote life-long healthy habits with an emphasis on life-long activity. As the Department Chair of Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education I am committed to engaging your children in meaningful activities and lessons while offering a strong curriculum with a variety of choices.
As a department we strongly believe daily physical education for our students is one of the most meaningful parts of their day physically, socially, and mentally. Students at York will be provided with a foundation for making informed decisions that will enable them to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle for years to come. As a department we are committed to providing outside fitness and health opportunities for the students and community to promote daily fitness and healthy habits. We want students to graduate from York with knowledge on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle and a desire to be physically active.
At any point in the year please feel free to visit any of our PE/Health/Driver Education classes or if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of the entire PE/Health/Driver Education staff we wish your children a very successful, meaningful year!
Department Chair Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education
York Community High School
Mark Bibel, Elizabeth Carlson, John Constable, Stevan Dobric, Stephen Fijor, Michael Fitzgerald, Mark Giuliani, Michelle Jensen, Dave Kalal, Don Kasper,
Mary Kate Martinelli, Nick Metcalf, Matt Monken, Elizabeth Munn, Markus Roy, Jeff Skalon, Jenna Samp, Anna, Saporzhnikov, Nicole Young, Don Vana
PE MAKE-UP OPPORTUNITIES:
Power Club Participation - 6:30 am in the fitness center
Yoga Club Participation - 3:15 pm - 4:10 pm in S132 on Wednesdays
30 minutes of cardio in the fitness center after school from 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Article Review Assignment (Must be completed within 2 weeks of excused absence)
Community Group Fitness Participation Reflection (Only can be done twice a semester)
|Rules of the Road - 2010||State of Illinois Emergency Contact Database|
|Father Son Movie|
- LIFEGUARD REVIEW & WORKSHEETS
- LIFEGUARDING & WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTORS
- WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR VIDEOS
- LlFEGUARDING REVIEW VIDEOS
LIFEGUARD CLASSROOM REVIEW AND WORKSHEETS
Lifeguarding & Water Safety Instructors
WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR VIDEOS
|Diving board + 2 part take off||Effective Class Management|
|Stroke Mechanic Definitions||Effective Class Management - Parent / Child|
|Freestyle||Basic Skills/Common Progressions|
|Butterfly||Level 3 / Stroke Development|
|Elementary Backstroke||Level 4 / Stroke Improvement|
|Sidestroke||Level 5 / Stroke Refinement|
|Competitive starts||Observations and Assessments|
|Parent/Child/Preschool- Games and songs||Preschool-Drills and Games Explained|
|Diving Board Progressions/Take offs|
|The Professional Lifeguard||CPR-Infant|
|The Unprofiessional Lifeguard||Two Rescuer CPR-Adult and Child|
|Entries and Approaches||Two Rescuer CPR- Infant|
|Not on Your Watch||Using an AED|
|Surveillance||Using an AED - CPR in progress|
|Scanning||CPR - Obstructed Airway|
|Zones of Surveillance||Putting it all together-multiple response|
|Injury Prevention||Responding to Sudden Illness|
|Emergency Action Plans||Head-Neck Spinal injuries on land|
|Head, Neck, Spinal, Water|
|Review Surveillance Activiy 1||When things do not go as practiced|
|Water Rescue Skills- submerged victims||Extrications|
|Conscious Choking||Standard Precautions|
|Giving Ventilations||Primary Assessment|
|CPR Obstructed Airway||Heart Attack Chain of Survival|
|Using a BVM||CPR-Adult and Child|
TOP 10 REASONS WHY YOU NEED PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Reason 1: Regular Physical Activity Helps Prevent Disease
Reason 2: Regular Physical Activity Promotes Lifetime Wellness
Reason 3: Quality Physical Education Can Help Fight Obesity
Reason 4: Quality Physical Education Can Help Promote Lifelong Physical Fitness
Reason 5: Quality Physical Education Provides Unique Opportunities for Activity
Reason 6: Quality Physical Education Teaches Self-Management and Motor Skills
Reason 7: Physical Activity and Physical Education Promote Learning
Reason 8: Regular Physical Activity Participation Makes Economic Sense
Reason 9: Physical Education Is Widely Endorsed
Reason 10: Quality Physical Education Helps to Educate the Total Child
PE COMMON LEARNING TARGETS
Social Learning Targets: ISBE Standards 21, 24
- I actively engage in Physical Education class or
- I participate at a high level of activity during Physical Education class
- I am accepting and respectful of diversity within the class.
Fitness Learning Targets: ISBE Standards 19, 20, 23
- I can achieve my healthy zone for health related fitness components.
- I can achieve and maintain my THR zone for a minimum of 20 minutes.
- I am able to identify the differences between health and skill related fitness components.
Lifestyle/Life-Long Learning Targets: ISBE Standards 21, 22, 24
- I can model teamwork, through sportsmanship and fair play, to reinforce interpersonal skills to be implemented in daily life.
- I understand the importance of lifelong health & physical fitness and the benefits of participation in a variety of activities competitively, recreationally, and within the community.
Movement/Motor Skills Learning Targets: ISBE Standards 19, 23
- I can demonstrate several motor skills and movements patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.
- I can demonstrate knowledge of all basic rules, safety, & etiquette during physical activities.