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All Students must read, fill out, and return the PE Agreement!







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The Plays We'll Make This Year

PE Sport Of The Month Health & Wellness


September - Team Building

 October - Soccer  

November - Football

December - Volleyball

 January - Basketball

February - Hockey

 March - Lax

April - Tennis

May - Baseball/Softball

June - Summer Sport Surprise

> The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Kids
   by Sean Covey

> The Pyrmaid of Success

by Coach John Wooden

pyramid of success
- Personal/Self Reflection
    - Spiritual Reflection

Extra Help: Monday and Wedesday from 7:45 - 8:00 am. By invitation only. Located in the school gymnasium.


Grading Policy
Students will be graded for physical education classes. They will earn a grade at the end of each trimester based on their skill progression, written assignments, participation, and class expectations.  

Grading Criteria
Students are graded on the following criteria:
(As stated in the PE Agreement)

1. Skills Progression                                              30%
2. Written Assessments                                         20%
3. Effort and Participation                                      20%
4. Behavior, Expectations, & Sportsmanship             30%

Physical Education Grading System For Grades N and PK
Students will receive a grade of:

4 = Advanced 
3 = Moderate 
2 = Developing
1 = Beginning

Physical Education Grading System For Grades K-8

Students will receive a grade of 1-4:
4 = The student demonstrates advanced levels of understanding and progression in physical and health education.

3 = The student demonstrates moderate levels of understanding and progression in physical and health education.

2 = The student demonstrates developing levels of understanding and progression in physical and health education.

1= The student demonstrates beginning levels of understanding and progression in physical and health education.

Grading on Option C:
4 = 100
3 = 90
2 = 80
1 = 70

School Fitness Fun:

Fitness Assesment Rubric for Grades N to 3rd
Students are assesed in their fitness skills each trimester to show progression throughout the school year.

Skill Assessed 1 = 70 2 = 80 3 = 90 4 = 100
Run •Limited or no flight
• Limited arm use
• Runs side to side
• Limited flight
•Arms move loosely  
• Lacks pattern consistency
• Mature pattern emerging
• Arms move in opposition to legs
•Good stride length
• Momentary flight
• Consistent rhythmic movement of arms and legs
Jump • Poor execution
• Poor coordination • Inconsistent to accomplish task
• No forward lean with coordination
•Labored movement
•Moves inconsistent

• Big forward lean
• Use of arms to jump
• Slightly inconsistent
• Absorbs contact most of the time
•Good coordination
• Slight forward lean
• Good preparation
• Body absorbs impact in landing
Skip • Needs demonstration
• Torso sideways
• Limited flight
• Can do only 1 or 2

• Pattern breaks down after 2 or 3x
• Moves mechanical
• Pattern resembles more of a slide

• Step consistent with torso movement
• Limited use of arms
• Pattern lacks smooth rhythm
•Steps with lead foot
•Body straight
•Brief flight periods
• Arms are carried at waist with support of movement
Hop • Stops several times
• Big forward lean
• Excessive amount of time to finish
•Feet apart
• lacks balance & pattern consistency
• Flat footed
• Feet come apart mid stream
• Poor landing
• Hopping flat footed
•Lacks body control
•Hesitant movement
• Feet remain together with a slight forward lean
• Elbows flexed side
Crab Walk •Hands and feet used to slide body
•Bottom remains on the floor
•Hands and feet lift body for a few steps
•Bottom touches floor 3x
•Hands and feet moving together at a hesitant pace
•Bottom off floor
• Hands and feet moving forward in a consistent motion
•Bottom off floor
Bounce The ball is pushed or thrown without control; does not make clear bounce and catch motion. Student pushes ball with one hand, without full arm extension, and does not catch ball. Student pushes ball downward using both hands, extends arms slightly, and catches ball with Student pushes ball downward using both hands with extended arms and catches the ball.
Catch Student misses without attempting to catch Student attempts to catch ball but misses Ball is trapped by arms or between hands and body Ball is caught and controlled by the hands
Throw-Under Student throws the bean bag overhead or in side motion Student does not swing arm back or releases above waist Student has correct swinging motion but the bean bag does not hit target Bean bag hits target, arm swings downward-back and up to release at waist
Throw-Over Bean bag does not reach target Bean bag hits the target, no arm rotation or incorrect Bean bag hits target, but student lacks arm extension in throw Bean bag strikes target within the boundaries, with  complete rotation
Kick-stationary ball Ball does not reach wall or student attempts but does not make contact Ball hits wall but misses the target, no leg swing Ball does not hit target, student has proper back and forward swing Ball hits target within boundaries and shows proper leg swing form


4th to 8th Grade Fitness:

- The 4th through 8th grade students complete a Team Fitness Challenge each trimester. The students will track their exercise total for 1 minute per exercise. The exercises preformed are: Jumping Jacks, Squat Thrusts, Partner Planks, and Partner Sit-ups.

- Every student will keep track of their activities each week by using a Fitness Tracker (a notebook). 




Pre-K 2
2022 COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Updated COVID Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines


The New York State Approach to COVID Quarantine

Effective March 8, 2022


After review of the NYC DOH and NYS DOH updated COVID Quarantine and Isolation please see the updated Quarantine and Isolation guidelines for the Catholic Academy’s and Parish Schools within the Diocese of Brooklyn effective March 8, 2022.


Updated Quarantine Guidelines


NYS DOH Quarantine Exception for Schools (K-12)

  • Exposed unvaccinated students, teachers and staff who are required to quarantine can attend or work at school during the quarantine period where COVID Health and Safety protocols i.e.  masking and test to stay programs are monitored and enforced.
  • They may also attend or work at school-based extracurricular activities that do not involve participants from other schools. (e.g., not competitive sports events with other schools)
  • They may attend or work at certain eligible childcare programs for school-age children, such as early drop off programs and aftercare.  
  • However, these individuals should continue to quarantine as otherwise required outside of school and these school-related activities. 
  • Face coverings are recommended (optional) while riding the school bus.
  • Face coverings are required in the Nurses Office/Medical Room.
  • Fully vaccinated 5–11-year-old children who are not eligible for the booster, have no further restrictions.



Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten

Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten, including NYC DOE funded programs, students who were exposed to COVID-19 can return to school after 10 days where the Exposure Date is Day 0 or when:

  • Children can return from quarantine on Day 8, with proof of a negative diagnostic COVID-19 test performed on Day 5 or later after exposure.  (Day 0 is the date of exposure)
  • The test can be any molecular test, or an at home-test that is explicitly intended for use by children as young as 2.
  • If an at home test is used, two tests within 24 hours are required to return to school on Day 8.


Who does Not Have to Quarantine After Close Contact with Someone With COVID-19?

• Anyone ages 12 or older and who has received all CDC recommended COVID-19 vaccine doses, including boosters if eligible and additional primary shots for some immunocompromised people.

• Anyone ages 5-11 years old who has completed the primary series of COVID-19 vaccines.

• Anyone who has had confirmed COVID-19 within the last 90 days (tested positive using a viral test, e.g., antigen or PCR).


Who Has to Quarantine After Close Contact with Someone With COVID-19?

• Anyone ages 12 or older who has completed the primary series of recommended vaccine abut are not up to date with vaccines, meaning they have not received a booster when eligible

• Anyone who has not completed a primary vaccine series.

• Anyone who is not vaccinated.

Please Note: These individuals may attend or work at school; they may also attend or work at school-based extracurricular activities that do not involve participants from other schools. (e.g., not competitive sports events with other schools) and they may attend or work at certain eligible childcare programs for school-age children, such as early drop off programs and aftercare during the quarantine period where COVID Health and Safety protocols i.e.  masking and test to stay programs are monitored and enforced.


How to Quarantine

  • Stay home for at least 5 days (day 0 through day 5) after the date of the last contact with a person who has COVID-19. The date of contact (exposure) is considered day 0.
    • For example: A person is exposed on January 2, this would be Day 0, count 5 days of quarantine until January 7, this would be Day 5. Return to school on January 8, this would be the first day quarantine free.


  • To continue to attend school or work after an exposure to COVID-19 please note the following:
    • Strongly recommended: Wear a face covering while at school/work for five days after the date of exposure. The date of exposure is considered day 0.
    • Required: Participate in the Test to Stay Strategy. Faculty, staff, and students required to quarantine are required to test at days 2-3 (or the first school day after the exposure is identified) and day 5 using COVID tests available from Federal, City and State resources. 
    • Required: Submit the signed testing affirmation to the school on days 1 and 5.
    • Faculty, Staff and Students can continue to attend school/work if the COVID tests are negative.
    • If a Faculty, Staff or Student tests positive they should stay home and follow the Isolation protocols and notify the school of the positive test result.
  • Continue to monitor for 10 days after the date of the last close contact with someone with COVID-19, watch for fever (100.4◦F or greater), cough, shortness of breath, or other COVID-19 symptoms.  If symptoms develop, get tested immediately and isolate until test results arrive. If test result is positive, follow isolation guidelines.
  • Unvaccinated, not fully vaccinated or 12 years or older -Fully Vaccinated, Booster eligible, but NOT received a Booster, faculty, staff, or student who are identified as a close contact who does not follow the test to stay preventive strategy and does not submit proof of a negative COVID test on Day 1 and Day 5 are required to quarantine for five days from date of exposure where the exposure date is Day 0.


Updated Isolation Guidelines


New York State Approach to COVID-19 Isolation

Isolation is used to separate people with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 from those without COVID-19.


Who Has to Isolate?

People who are confirmed to have COVID-19 or are showing symptoms of COVID-19 need to isolate regardless of their vaccination status. This includes:

  • People who have a positive viral test (e.g., antigen or PCR) for COVID-19, regardless of whether they have symptoms.
  • People with symptoms of COVID-19including those who are awaiting test results (Rapid or PCR) or have not been tested
  • People with symptoms should isolate even if they do not know if they have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19.



How to Isolate

  • Stay home, in a separate room from other household members, if possible, for at least 5 days from onset of symptoms or positive test date, whichever came first.
  • Isolate for at least 5 days, if symptoms persist a longer isolation will be required.
  • Return from Isolation after a minimum of 5 days and the following: (Positive Test date or Symptom Onset Date is Day 0)
    • Fever free for 24 hours with no fever reducing medication
    • Symptoms are improving
    • Licensed Healthcare Provider Note, dated after Day 5, stating the individual can safely return to in person instruction
  • REQUIRED: To wear a face covering while at school/work for Days 6-10 after returning to school/work after testing positive for COVID-19.



Exhibit COVID-19 Symptoms During the School Day:

If an individual exhibits COVID-19 symptom during the school day, schools should implement Isolation protocols.

Individuals who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms during the school day are required to isolate and get tested for COVID-19. The individual can return to school when:


  • Negative Lab based COVID-19 test or alternative diagnosis (healthcare provider)
  • Fever free for 24 hours with no fever reducing medication
  • Symptoms are improving


Please Note: These guidelines are subject to change as the pandemic continues to evolve and updated information is received by City and State agencies.

Please Note: Currently, NYC is identified by the CDC as a Low COVID-19 Community Level. If NYC is identified as a High COVID-19 Community Level the mask mandate can be reinstated by city and state health officials.

Please Note: The Office of the Superintendents of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn reserves the right to implement COVID health and safety guidelines that go above the required city and state COVID health and safety guidelines.