Lisle CUSD 202


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Physical Education K-5


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John Ruettiger

P.E. Teacher Education : B.S. Physical Education,

University Nebraska of Lincoln.

Masters Degree: Chicago State University.



Rick Cyrus

P.E. Teacher Education: B.S. Physical Education,

Northern Illinois University.

Minor, Driver Education

Masters of Education in

Curriculum & Instruction,

Concordia University.



Fall Units: 

Soccer ( passing, dribbling, teamwork strategies,sportsmanship).

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Team Handball (passing, shooting, throwing, catching and sportsmanship). 

Capture the Flag (dodging, fleeing, running and strategies).

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Fitness Frenzy (running, balance, jumping and  agility).


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 P.E. Expectations: 

-Students will wear proper attire while in Physical Education, gym shoes.

-Students will engage in life long healthy activities that they will be able to use through out their lives.

-Students should be respectful and responsible for their action during class.

-Students should display good sportsmanship towards their classmates.

-Students should always give their best effort and display a positive attitude during class

Conflict Resolution:

-Students try to resolve matters on their own (Paws Laws).

-Teacher will intervene if students can't resolve the problem.

-Teacher will phone home and contact parents.

Classroom Consequences:

-No gym shoes results in a check, after three check marks a phone call home is made.

-Students arguing may warrant a three minute break from the activity.

-Physical aggression between students will result in a phone call home and a lunch room detention.

Positive Reinforcement:

-Verbal cues from teacher encouraging and praising the student's effort during the activity.

-Students are awarded paws for displaying sportsmanship and leadership towards their classmates.

-Students are chosen daily to lead warm ups for the class based on their effort, attitude and sportsmanship towards their peers.

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