Tools

TEA Required Report on Wellness & Physical Education

CLICK HERE for a template of this report. You may add or delete as needed. This template is not copywrited.

This resource is a helpful gauge for districts and schools to evaluate current wellness and physical education programs and provide guidance to determine the next steps in setting goals to create exemplary programs district wide.

 

CDC Brochures
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has free brochures available for anyone that communicates to Parents, Teachers, and Principals to increase physical activity in students.
>> CLICK HERE for the brochures.

TAHPERD Physical Education Framework
>> CLICK HERE  to learn more and download the framework.

Administrator Tools

The following documents were assimilated through the efforts of physical education coordinator/administrators throughout the state. These are guidelines to assist administrators in the implementation of their duties. They are not presented to be the only method but simply as an example of a successful method. These are suggestions and guidelines and are not standards endorsed by TAHPERD.

Topic: Physical Education Grading Guidelines

Below are several sample guidelines established by public school districts in Texas which may assist other districts in revising or creating policies related to grading.

>>Grading Guidelines K-6

>>Grading Guidelines 1-6

>>Grading Guidelines 7-12

 

Topic: Policies and Procedures in Physical Education - Medical Excuses for NON-Participation in Physical Education Classes

The sample form below provides the doctor and physical education teacher with information for modifying an ill or injured students activities in physical education class

>>PE Restrictions Form

Aligning Educational Objectives

The document below created by Sandi Cravens in Irving ISD has taken the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), the NASPE National Standards and Outcomes and aligned them to help teachers understand and have a clear picture of what learning should occur in each grade level objective by objective.

>>TEKS Progression