Boys Lifetime Activities

Deer Creek High School

Lifetime Activities/Physical Education

Course Syllabus 2017-2018


Contact Information

Coach Jeramy Gregston

Room: Alumni Hall

E-Mail: jeramygregston@dcsok.org


Course Descriptions


Lifetime Activities- Lifetime Activities consists of an individualized and team programs. These programs include Strength training and Sports Activities which consists of conditioning muscle groups for toning and strengthening with the aid of weights, sports activities and conditioning of the cardiovascular system using aerobic exercise.


Grading Policy


Grades will be based on the student’s participation in the activity for the day. Students are required to participate and dress out. Every time they choose not to participate, they will receive a 0 for the day.

Grading scale will be as follows below:


Grading Policy


A: 90-100    B: 80-89    C: 70-79    D: 60-69    F: 0-59


Classroom Behavior


I will not allow any student to behave in any way that interferes with the learning of others. I will enforce the following rules.

1. Be in class on time and seated in the Alumni Hall stands for attendance.

2. After attendance is taken, Students will go to locker room to change. Students are required to dress out

   everyday!

3. All workout clothing must be within school dress code requirements.

4. Students will rack any weight or put up any equipment before they are allowed to leave the gym or

   weight room.

5. No hats, radios, listening devices, sunglasses, food, drink, or gum and NO cell phones. Violation of these

   policies can result in disciplinary action and these items may be taken to the office.


Class policy


Students are expected to come to class prepared. Students are required to participate in all activities. Students must dress out (gym shorts or sweat pants, a T-shirt and shoes to work out in) everyday for class. If a student wants a locker, they will need to provide their own lock. The locker room will be locked during class. Students will also have plenty of time at the end of class to change, shower or do whatever necessary to get ready for their next hour.

Students who choose to disrespect classmates, the teacher, or school property will not be tolerated.

 

ACADEMIC HONOR CODE

 

In order to sustain a community of trust in which students and teachers can work together to develop their educational potential and goals, ethical standards of honesty are expected so that all students may compete fairly in the classroom to earn their academic standing through their own efforts. Violations of the honor code include lying, cheating, or stealing. Acts of cheating are defined as follows:

1. Willfully copying or allowing class assignments to be copied.

2.    Falsely presenting other’s work as his/her own work.

3. Using notes or any other prompts to assist in answering test questions, unless allowed by the teacher.

4. Acquiring answers to test questions or homework by looking at any other students’ papers.

5. Being informed, or informing verbally or otherwise, of test questions or answers either during or prior to the testing situation, as well as answers to homework assignments for which you are given.

6. Plagiarizing someone else’s words or ideas.

7. Use of on-line resources to assist with homework, class assignments, quizzes, or tests is prohibited unless approved and allowed by the teacher.

A student who has been found to have violated the community of trust as expressed in the honor code will receive no credit (a zero) for the assignment on which the violation occurred, and his/her parent will be informed. Any student violating the academic honor code will lose semester test exemption status in all classes and recommendation for denial or dismissal from National Honor Society. Additional consequences may be added at the discretion of school personnel.