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2. Physical Education Attire : a. Acceptable attire includes : athletic sneakers, socks, T-shirts, sweat shirt, athletic shorts or sweat pants. b. Unacceptable attire includes : shoes, boots, platform or slip on sneakers, shirts with buttons/zippers/collars, or inappropriate slogans or images, tank tops, sweaters, cut- offs, shorts with belt loops, all jewelry. B. Safety : 1. All students are expected to adhere to safety rules and procedures as well as activity/game regulations. 2. Incidental contact in some activities/games is unavoidable, however, willful, flagrant, and over- aggressive contact will not be tolerated. Consequences will be: a. removal from activity/game b. a deduction of (- 5 points) will be taken from student’s participation grade c. a discipline record will be sent to the student’s Assistnat Principal C . Physical Education Make-up Procedures : 1. To receive credit in physical education for medical reasons: a. The student must receive a note from a physican and present it to the school nurse before his/her scheduled PE class period. b. The nurse will then write a pass to be presented to the PE teacher. The only acceptable medical excuse is a written one from the school nurse. c. If a student has a medical problem which limits participation in some activities, the note from the doctor should be specific as to what you can or can not participate in.
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  • Fall '12
  • MargaretFanourgakis
  • locker room, Physical Education Attire, Shawnee Physical Education, G. Physical Education Study

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