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7/18/16

Greetings,

 

Welcome to Physical Education.  My name is Brian Rayner and I will be the instructor for this course.  This will be my 13th year at Parkway and my 15th year in Bossier Parish.   I hold a Bachelor's of Science in Health and Human Performance from Northwestern State University and a Master's in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University. As always I am excited yet again to serve our students of South Bossier and aim to meet all of their Physical Fitness needs.  I also serve as an assistant football and basketball coach within our awesome athletic department.  I'm a Positive Behavior and Intervention Support committee member and serve in a similar role on the School Building Level Committee.  This school year will be full of success for the students of Parkway High School.  I cannot wait to see where everyone's determination and perseverance takes them.  Go Panthers!!!

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5/26/17
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7/22/16

GRADING POLICY

All students start out with an “A” in P.E. we give them the maximum points on day one. It is up to them to keep those points and they do that by dressing out, participating, following directions and not causing disruptions in class. As mentioned earlier, all students must dress out to pass P.E. Each day starts with 20 points and students can lose points or not be awarded them for various reasons:

  • Not being fully dressed out in PE uniform        

(Including correct shoes)

  • Refusing to participate
  • Being disrespectful
  • Not following the rules
  • Being tardy
  • Causing disruptions in class
  • Unexcused absence

Attendance: class time is valuable in physical education; students have the responsibly to attend class regularly and punctually. Students must stay until the teacher dismisses the class. All excused absences must be made up regardless of the reason to earn points for the day. Student must arrange to make up missed assignments, with the exception of suspensions. Students must make up class time within two days of the absence in order to receive credit.

Our policy is that ONLY A DOCTOR can excuse a student from physical activity. A parent may contact me anytime with concerns, but that still does not excuse a student from daily activity.

District Grading Scale

94-100% A     87-93% B        75-86% C       69-74% D       Below-69% F

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