Physical Education: The Key to a Sound Mind and Sound Body!
Eat right, be active, get enough sleep and most importantly smile!
It's your life, choose to live it well!!!
Physical Education Department Mission
The mission of the Lisle Junior High School Physical Education Department is to provide students with the skills, knowledge and experiences that will encourage daily participation in lifelong, health-enhancing physical activity.
The Lisle Junior High School Physical Education Department encourages each student to develop an awareness of the importance and a positive attitude toward:
A. Living a physically active healthy lifestyle assuming responsibility for their personal health and physical fitness
B. Working with others cooperatively during activities requiring teamwork, compromise, and fair play
C. Safety and injury prevention during individual and group activities
Flag Football, Soccer, Cross Country, Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Floor Hockey, Track, Softball, Pickleball, Physical Fitness, Team Building and Climbing, Recreational Games, Stress Management, Frisbee Sports, Safety & First Aid.
CLASSROOM BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS
Students should be in the gym before tardy bell.
Students should be dressed and seated in assigned squad spot for attendance 5 minutes after the bell.
Students should participate in all warm-up and class activities.
Students should treat all classmates with respect.
Students should treat school facilities and equipment with respect.
Students should use appropriate language at all times.
Students should not bring food, candy or drinks in the gym or locker room.
Students should make sure their lockers are locked before they leave at the end of the period
Lisle gym shirt and shorts
Socks and gym shoes
Sweat shirt and sweat pants may be worn over the uniform during cooler weather
Uniforms issued to members of athletic teams may not be worn during physical education class
All jewelry should be removed before class to avoid damage or loss, and for safety reasons
LOCKS AND LOCKERS
Students will be assigned a permanent storage locker and a school combination lock that will be collected at of the school year.
Students should not bring cell phones, valuables or large amounts of money to class.
Students should never give their combination to another student.
Unauthorized locks will be cut off lockers.
The cost of replacing a lost or damaged lock is $5.00.
No glass containers are allowed in the locker room.
Due to health and safety concerns, students should NOT bring in aerosol spray deodorants or colognes. Students may bring in anti-perspirant/deodorant sticks or roll-ons to address this personal hygiene concern.
EXCUSES FROM PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Parental excuses allowing non-participation will be accepted for a period of three days. Any request beyond three days will require a doctor’s excuse or notice of an appointment. An extended medical excuse will require assignment to a study hall.
A 100 – 93
B 92 – 85
C 84 – 75
D 74 – 67
F below 67
BASIS FOR GRADES
1. Attendance 5% 3 points daily
2. Uniform 10% 3 points daily
3. Behavior 25% 3 points daily
4. Written 10%
5. Performance 50% 3 points daily
Students can earn up to 12 points daily and they are weighted as listed above. Written work will be factored into the Performance grade as assigned.
******* Reminder to all athletes trying out for any sport:
- You must have a current physical and a completed insurance waiver on file to TRY OUT for a team
Mr. Jason Lumsden
Physical Education Teacher (All Grade Levels)
Boys Basketball Coach (7th Grade)
Girls Soccer Coach (6-8th Grade)
Phone: (630) 493-8260