Welcome to Scott Physical Education
For information about physical education curriculum in District 203, please view the information below to the district website.
Rules and Expectations for P.E. class
Physical education at Scott School is full of energy, rich in content, and highly engaging. We have a fitness based curriculum. This means that our overall goal is to help students become fit for life. This year your child will participate in a variety of units which may include team building, fitness testing, football, soccer, softball, rock climbing, dance, volleyball, roller skating, an Olympic unit, heart health month, Jump Rope for Heart, basketball, floor hockey, racket sports, golf, handball, frisbee, manipulative skills, balance skills, locomotor skills and field day. Your child will be challenged to do their personal best and to encourage their classmates to do the same.
Units and Events to look forward to
• Fall Rock Climbing
• Roller Skating
• Second Grade Fine Arts Night
• Heart Course
• Jump Rope For Heart
• Spring Rock Climbing
• Field DayOur physical education rules:
1. Come prepared for P.E.
• with your gym shoes
• and a good attitude
2. Be Respectful!
• keep your hands, feet and unkind words to yourself
• take care of our P.E. equipment
3. Listen to the speaker!
• and student speaker
4. Do your best!
• We all have different ability levels.
• encourage and coach your classmates
5. Make safe choices.
• No student should deliberately take a risk that will bring injury to themselves or others.
I am so excited for this year. Please know that in physical education, your child’s thoughts matter. They can try new things. They are safe. They can learn from their mistakes. They are cared for. They are important. And they are a part of the team. Please feel free to contact me at school if you have any questions or concerns.
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Kayla Wagner
District Physical Education Page
Physical Education Overview K-12
Physical Education Philosophy
The Physical Education Department, as well as Naperville School District 203, has made a commitment to prepare students to live healthy, productive and physically active lives for the 21st Century.
- Physical education will provide every student with a variety of challenges that will contribute to the development and maintenance of their physical, cognitive, and affective well being.
- Students will be provided with the foundation for making informed decisions that will empower them to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- Physical Education is a lifelong process, which is the primary responsibility of the student, shared by home, district and community.
Physical Education Curriculum Beliefs
- The following strands must be interwoven into the K-12 Physical Education curriculum: movement skills strand; fitness education strand; team building strand; cognitive/literacy strand and technology strand.
- Quality daily Physical Education is essential, Kindergarten -12.
- Delivery of quality instruction requires certified physical educators.
Physical Education Curriculum K-5
- Bean Bags
- Following Directions
- Locomotor Skills
- Moving in Open Space
- Moving in Personal Space
- Starting & Stopping
- The Concept of Fitness
- Four Square Lead Up
- Understanding Cardiovascular Fitness
- Educational Developmental Gymnastics
- Exercise Cards
- Exercise Task
- Heart Rate Monitors
- Secret Exercises
- Team Building - Cross the River
- Team Building - Life Rafts
- Team Building - Noodles
- The Circuit