Miss Shaina McBride, Physical Education
I am originally from Ogallala, Nebraska where I participated in various sports including volleyball, basketball, track, and tennis. I am a graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan University with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education K-12. After substitute teaching at area schools for a year, I became the PE teacher at St Cecilia in 2012. I have also been the Athletic Director since 2013.
I enjoy most types of physical activity with some of my favorites being running, swimming, hiking, and paddle boarding. I believe everyone can find a physical activity they enjoy, so my goal is to introduce new and exciting types of physical activity to my students.
Welcome to Ms. McBride's Physical Education page! On this page you can find course objectives, the National Standards for PE, class expectations, and more. Thanks for visiting!
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In P.E., students will be introduced to the fundamentals of a variety of physical activities and team and individual sports which include skills, rules, and physical fitness components. Emphasis will be placed on individual growth and enrichment.
The PE curriculum and focus will be twofold
1. Running and exercise to develop cardiovascular fitness, strength, and flexibility
2. There will be an emphasis on lifetime activities and wellness concepts that students can carry on and continue outside of school and in life.
National Standard for Physical Education (NASPE Standards)
1. Demonstrate competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.
2. Demonstrate understanding of movement concepts, principals, strategies and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activity.
3. Participates regularly and expectedly in physical activity.
4. Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.
5. Exhibits responsible, personal, and social behavior that respects self and others.
6. Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, competition, self-expression, and/or social interaction.
St Cecilia's Cardinal Rules
1. Respect God, yourself, others, and your school.
2 Contribute to the learning environment.
3. Follow school and classroom procedures.
P.E. Specific Expectations
1. Wear appropriate athletic clothes and shoes to class.
2. 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students need to bring a 3-ring binder and writing utensil to class.
3. Participate in all class activities.
4. To achieve success in P.E., students are expected to work hard, cooperate with self and others,
and follow directions to develop to the highest potential for lifetime fitness and wellness.
Grades will be based on participation, attitude, and attendance along with the following grade specific components:
K-5 will occasionally have worksheets or other assessments.
4-8 will complete the Fitnessgram fitness testing in the fall and in the spring.
6-8 will have periodic in class and take home assignments. They will also have quizzes on health topics and fitness units.
If middle school students are absent from P.E. class, they need to get a make-up sheet from me to complete and return to receive their daily grade.
The make-up sheet consists of the following:
Complete 30 minutes of physical activity and answer the following questions. Have the paper signed by an adult who knows you did the activity (parent/guardian/coach/etc).
1. What activity did you choose to do?
2. Was the activity challenging for you? Why or why not?
3. How does this activity benefit your physical wellness?