PE class information

Physical Education - All Saints Catholic School

PE is all about effort! Do your  personal best everyday. Work to improve your personal fitness and sports skills. Have a good attitude even if you feel you are “not athletic” or you don’t like the particular sport we are focused on for the week. 



  1. Pepper Drive PE uniform (given to you at the beginning of the school year)

 Lost uniforms must be replaced at your parent’s expense: $5 shirt, $5 shorts

  1. Combination lock (on loan, to be returned at the end of the year)

Lost/damaged locks must be replaced at your parent’s expense: $5

  1. Closed-toe athletic shoes in good condition. 

Better to have a pair to leave in your locker.

  1. Socks

  2. Stick deodorant

  3. Stick sunscreen (optional)

  4. Sports headband and/or pony-tail holders/hair clips to keep hair and sweat out of your face (optional)

  5. Any color sweatshirt and/or sweatpants for cold days (optional)

*You may be asked to remove jewelry that might pose a safety hazard during PE*



You will be assigned a locker in which to keep your clothing and accessories for PE. While in the locker room, keep yourself to yourself. This means:

  1. No spray bottles of any kind. Leave the cologne, body sprays, spray deodorant, water bottles in your backpack.

  2. No horse-play: Do not touch, chase, push your classmates. Do not rude-dance or show your private parts. Do not climb on lockers. 

  3. No messing with classmates’ lockers, locks, or clothing.

  4. No sharing lockers  &/or PE clothes

  5. All clothing must be kept in a locked locker at all times. Clothing left on the floor or benches  or in an unlocked locker will be placed in the PE lost & found. 

  6. Drinking water bottles are placed on the bleachers before starting your circuit.

Your teachers do not want to stand at the locker room door during change times, but we will if we have to.


  1. Circuit: 1-3 laps around the field or cross-country + upper body conditioning. You will have a set number of minutes in which to change and complete your circuit. Plenty of time is given, but not if you choose to dilly-dally in the locker room! 

  2. Roll-call and announcements

  3. Dynamic warm-up

  4. Focus Sport skills practice or game 

*Schedule is adjusted on fitness testing days


You will be tested in the mile, step-ups, 6-minute run, curl-ups, and your choice of pull-ups, push-ups, or modified pull-ups. You will set a base-line score within the first six weeks of T1 and be tested for improvement at the end of T1, T2, and T3.  

PE testing baseline scoring: 7th


9/10 score

8/10 score

6/10 score

PAW score 10/10


<10 minutes

10-12 minutes

13+ minutes

<9 minutes

6-minute run




















mod. pull-ups





flexed-arm hang

8+ seconds

7-4 seconds

3-1 second

13 seconds

For the end of trimester testing:

-Better your previous score= 9/10 (A)

-Match your previous score= 8/10 (B)

-Worse your previous score=6/10 (C)

Reach the PAW score at the end of trimester testing to earn a patch for your PE shirt!

7th graders also complete the California State Physical Fitness Testing in the spring. CSPFT consists of the mile, push-ups, upper body strength, sit and reach, flexibility stretch. 


You will receive the SAME letter grade for academics, effort, and citizenship in PE.  You are given 10 points per day when you are here and fully participating, plus up to 40 points for trimester fitness testing. Your grade is determined by the percentage of total points you earn/keep for the week as follows:

100%=A+    99-90%=A     89-85%=A-    84-75%=B   74-70%=B-   69-60%=C

59-55%=C-   54-45%=D   44-40%=D-   39%-0%=F

Bonus Points may be added each day as follows:

+1=outstanding effort/hustle between activities

+1=extra circuit lap within the given time limit

+2=picking up and disposing of trash without being asked

+2=volunteering to help with break-down OR being chosen to demonstrate a skill 

+3=caught demonstrating genuine good sportsmanship: encouraging classmates, being a gracious winner and loser, keeping your team focused on the activity at all times by respectfully redirecting those off task 

Points may be deducted each day as follows:

-2=each use of profanity (placebo like “Frick” is considered profanity!)

-2=not following directions (NFD)/purposely sabotaging your team

-2=lack of effort on circuit…tardy to roll-call 

-2=lack of effort on the day’s activity

-2=clothing left outside your locker

-3=nonsuit (missing any or all of your PE uniform)

-3=locker room policy violation 

-3=rude/defiant/disrespectful to staff or peers

Notation made in Powerschool regarding points added or deducted each day.

When you are absent or on a medical excuse from a parent/guardian or doctor for 1-3 days, you are excused. Starting on your fourth consecutive day of absence or medical excuse from a doctor, you are required to begin completing one alternative PE assignment  found in Google Classroom per day. Your daily scores will be 0 until those assignments are submitted. You have a three days grace period upon your return to class to submit finished assignments.


When you have a minor injury, your parent/guardian may excuse you from PE or request “self-limiting PE” for 1-3 consecutive days by filling out the PE Excuse form. Any excuse longer than three days requires a note from a doctor clearly stating the duration of the excuse and/or the expected date of return to full participation in PE.