• cmeek



    My name is Cindy Meek and I have been at Kennedy since 2012.  I teach physical education.  I received my teaching credential from San Jose State University and I have a Master's degree in Physical Education, Recreation and Health from St. Mary's College.  I also have a Bachelor's degree in Business and a Master's in Business Adminstration from San Jose State University.

    I grew up in San Jose and live in Sunnyvale.  I am married and I have one daughter.  I enjoy reading the newspaper and jogging with my dog.      

    I am located in the girls' locker room, A3.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please email at cmeek@rcsdk8.net

     

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSE SYLLABUS

    This course is based on the California Physical Education Content Standards and includes instruction in beginning and intermediate skills, basic rules, history, and etiquette in a variety of sports and physical activities.  The course also emphasizes health, physical fitness, good sportsmanship and teamwork. To complete the foundation program a student is required to complete the objectives of an activity in each of the following areas:

    Soccer                  Basketball               Hockey        Health/Fitness         Volleyball

    Frisbee                 Track and Field       Softball        Pickleball                 Lacrosse

    Flag Football          Kickball                   Dance          Cooperative Games         

     

    EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENT BEHAVIOR

    Students are expected to treat other people, equipment and facilities with respect.  Students are expected to use good sportsmanship and not allowed to bully or tease other students at any time.  Students will be rewarded with verbal praise and encouragement.

    DRESS CODE

    Students are required to wear Kennedy’s physical education t-shirt and black shorts or sweats.  Students are expected to wear athletic shoes. Students should NOT wear jeans, leggings or jeggings.  Open toed shoes, sandals and boots are prohibited and will result in the student losing participation points.   Hats and beanies should not be worn inside the locker room.

    LOCKER ROOM

    CELL PHONES ARE STRICTLY PROHIBTED IN THE LOCKER ROOM. CELL PHONES WILL BE IMMEDIATELY CONFISCATED AND BE HELD IN THE OFFICE UNTIL A PARENT OR GUARDIAN CAN PICK IT UP. All students will be issued a locker.   All valuables including cell phones should be locked in the assigned locker during class. Students are encouraged to buy locks through Kennedy as the PE teachers can open these locks as necessary.  Kennedy is not responsible for lost or stolen items in the locker rooms. Deodorant must be roll-on. Deodorant SPRAY is not allowed.

    ATTENDANCE POLICY

    All PE students are expected to attend class regularly and remain in the designated P.E. area until the teacher releases the student to the next class. Students with an illness of 3 days or less, shall bring a note from home to the teacher at the beginning of class. Students with an illness or injury of more than 3 days shall bring a note from a doctor. This note is to be presented to the teacher at the beginning of class.

     

    WATER BOTTLE

    It is expected that each student bring a water bottle to class.  This water bottle should be clearly labeled with the student’s name.  The water bottle can be a store bought reusable bottle or a regular water bottle.

    DAILY GRADE

    The majority of the student’s grade comes from daily participation in class activity.   A student earns 10 points each day for fully participating in class. For each unexcused absence, the student loses 10 points.  For each class that the student is not participating or causes disruptive behavior, the student may lose up to 10 points.

    SEMESTER GRADE

    A student's grade is based upon the accumulation of overall participation points, skill points, and life skill points.  The student receives a grade and a percentage for each grading period. The semester grade consists of adding the points earned for the grading period and dividing it by the total possible points.

    A student’s grade consists of 60% participation, 20% skill, and 20% life skills.  Life skills include sportsmanship, attitude in class and properly prepared for physical fitness.

    Percentage Breakdown for Grading Units and Semester Grades:

    A =   90% -100%

    B =   80% - 89%

    C =   70%-79%

    D =   60%-69%

    Fail = 59% and below

     

     

Last Modified on August 23, 2018