Welcome to the Health & Physical Education Department webpage!
ALL ABSENCES MUST BE COMMUNICATED
BY PHONE (905) 697-9857 OR PARENTAL NOTE.
On this site, you will find information on:
- Course Offerings
- Department Staff
- Expectations of Phys. Ed. students
- Student Opportunities
- Athletic Council
- Extracurricular Activities
- Student - Athlete Responsibilities
- Athlete of the Week
COURSE OFFERINGS FOR 2012-2013
**See the online course calendar for course descriptions and course fees (if applicable).
PPL 1OM - Boys' Healthy Active Living Education, Open
PPL 1OG - Girls' Healthy Active Living Education, Open
PPL 2O1 - Healthy Active Living Education, Open
PAF 201 - Personal & Fitness Activities for Females, Open
PAF 3O1 - Personal Fitness, Girls, Open
PAD 3O1 - Outdoor Activities, Open
PPL 3O1 - Healthy Active Living Education, Open
PPZ 3O1 - Health For Life: Fitness/Weight Training, Open
PPL 4O1 - Healthy Active Living Education, Open
PSE 4U1 - Exercise Science, University Preparation
Make up Fitness Tests will occur on the Tuesday following the missed fitness test (at lunch). Teacher approval is required to do the make up test if you were legitimately absent or ill on the day of the regularly scheduled fitness test. Parental note will be required.
Boys Phys. Ed
D. Miura (Dept Head)
Girls Phys. Ed
EXPECTATIONS OF PHYS. ED. STUDENTS
Participation - All students are expected to participate regularly to their full potential.
Uniform - Wear proper gym clothes and shoes every day.
Attendance - Regular daily attendance is mandatory for evaluation in both activity and health classes.
Lates - Attend class on time. Five minutes is allotted for changing time.
Communication - Speak with your teacher if you will be missing classes for any reason.
Equipment - Respect and use all gym equipment properly.
CO-OP IN PHYS. ED.
Grade 11 and 12 students who are interested in Phys. Ed., motivated, and demonstrate good leadership skills and initiative have opportunities to become co-op students in a Phys. Ed class. See the Co-op department for more details.
OPEN GYM AT LUNCH
Feel like shooting hoops, playing volleyball or maybe floor hockey at lunch? The gym is open for supervised student use Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Students must be changed into proper gym clothes in order to participate in any sport.
Scorekeepers, timers and managers are needed for a number of sports teams throughout the school year. Interested students can earn hours toward their Community Service requirement as well as receive points toward the Athletic Points System for some of these roles. Speak to respective coaches if you're looking for an opportunity to help out.
Athletic Council will be in search of new energetic members to join our team in helping build school spirit. This year, the Council will be running events such as buy-ins, intramurals, the annual Athletic Banquet, and many more activities. Interested students should see Mrs. Fernandes at the start of the school year.
There are also many Executive positions on Athletic Council. See the Athletic council webpage for more information.
We are pleased to offer the following LOSSA teams for the 2011-2012 school year:
Boys Junior & Senior Soccer
Boys Junior & Senior Volleyball
Girls Junior & Senior Basketball
Girls Varsity Field Hockey
Girls Varsity Baseball
Boys Junior & Senior Basketball
Boys Varsity Hockey
Co-ed Alpine Skiing
Girls Varsity Hockey
Girls Junior & Senior Volleyball
Boys Varsity Baseball
Boys Varsity Lacrosse
Boys Junior & Senior Rugby
Co-ed Track & Field
Co-ed Ultimate Frisbee
Girls Varsity Field Lacrosse
Girls Varsity Rugby
Girls Junior & Senior Soccer
STUDENT - ATHLETE RESPONSIBILITIES
As a student - athlete, you have great responsibilities in maintaining your academic standing while participating in sport to the best of your ability. Remember that playing on a school team is a privilege and not a right. As such, you must make every attempt to do the following:
1. Attend all classes, practices and competitions on time.
2. Put forth your best effort in all classes, during practices and during competitions.
3. Communicate with your teachers in advance regarding all absences related to playing with a
school team and obtain all homework and assignments.
4. Pass all of your classes (or at least make every attempt to pass)
5. Inform your coach(es) in advance if you will be absent for a practice or competition.
6. Conduct yourself as a respectful, responsible and mature representative of CCSS.
Our student-athletes are recognized for their commitment toward their sport during the Annual Athletic Banquet. This semi-formal event occurs in late May or early June. CCSS' athletic council organizes the event for our athletes and coaching staff with a night of great food, team awards, and amazing prize giveaways!
GET FIT...TAKE PHYS. ED!!