Jeff Ennett

Professional Biography

  • "Everybody has the right to play and feel good about themselves"

    I received my Masters In Teaching degree in 2008 from The Evergreen State College focusing in early childhood education. I have previously taught Kindergarten and 3rd Grade but now feel that Physical Education is where I am most effective as a teacher. Before I became a teacher I worked many years at a group home care facility for youth at risk. I have been passionate about health, fitness and sports all my life and feel so lucky to share this with the many students here at Seven Oaks.

Schedule

    • 4th Grade 8:20-9:00
    • 5th Grade 9:05-9:45
    • 3rd Grade 9:50-10:30
    • 1st Grade 10:35- 11:15
    • Lunch
    • 2nd Grade 12:05-12:45
    • Social Skills / Kindergarten 12:50-1:30

Expectations

  • General Information

    Students in 1st- 5thgrade receive 40 minutes of PE about 1 week a month. In PE we use FRRED everyday while focusing on good sportsmanship. We focus on meeting the needs of the students at their grade and skill level. With practice students begin to see growth in their physical abilities and confidence.

    Grading

    For grading purposes any student who trys hard no mater what their athletic ability will be meeting standard. Students will also be graded on North Thurston and Washington State athletic standards. Additionally, students will be given two CBA's (Classroom Based Assessments) per year. These assessments range from health and fitness related components to anti-smoking awareness.

    Effort and Behavior Expectations

    Level 4

    Exceeds Standards:

    • Follows rules without assistance
    • Consistently participates in class to the best of their ability
    • Shows leadership, helps others, contributes to class, cooperated

    Level 3

    Meets Standards:

    • Follows the rules
    • Participates in class
    • Cooperates

    Level 2

    Approaching Standards:

    • Needs assistance following the rules
    • Effort / participation needs improvement
    • Has difficulty with cooperation / sportsmanship

    Level 1

    Significantly Below Standards:

    • Does not follows the rules even with considerable assistance
    • Rarely participates in class
    • Lacks cooperation / sportsmanship

    Areas Included in Assessment

    • Understanding of Content
    • Application of Skills
    • Application of Concepts
    • Effort
    • Behavior in Class

    Physical Fitness Level Standards

    Fitness scores are not used in grading a student, but an indication of his/her fitness level. It should be the goal of the student to show progress until meeting standard. The goal for a student meeting standard should be to continue progressing or maintain their fitness level. Scores that are blank or marked NA means the score for that assessment was not available for reasons including: student absence from physical education class, student was injured or had a health excuse, or student was new to our school after the assessment was administered.

    Standards for The P.A.C.E.R.

    The P.A.C.E.R. (Progressive Aerobic Cardiorespiratory Endurance Run) is a multistage fitness test, also known as the 20 meter shuttle run test. This test is a common test of aerobic fitness or cardiorespiratory endurance. The P.A.C.E.R. involves continuous running between two lines 20 meters apart in time to recorded beeps. The time between recorded beeps decreases each level.

    • 4 Exceeds Standard
    • 3 Meets Standard
    • 2 Approaches Standard
    • 1 Significantly Below Standard

    Grade Level P.A.C.E.R. Standards

    Third Grade

    Fourth Grade

    Fifth Grade

    GIRLS

    • 29 or more
    • 18-28
    • 9-17
    • 0-8

    BOYS

    • 31 or more
    • 22-30
    • 14-21
    • 0-13

    GIRLS

    • 31 or more
    • 20-30
    • 11-19
    • 0-10

    BOYS

    • 33 or more
    • 24-32
    • 16-23
    • 0-15

    GIRLS

    • 33 or more
    • 22-32
    • 13-21
    • 0-12

    BOYS

    • 37 or more
    • 27-36
    • 18-26
    • 0-17

    Standards for Curl-ups/Sit-ups

    Curl-ups measure abdominal strength/endurance by the maximum number of curl-ups performed in one minute. The student lies flat with knees flexed. Arms are crossed with hands placed on opposite shoulders and elbows held close to chest. The student raises the trunk, curling up to touch elbows to thighs. Partner should feet and count.

    Third Grade

    Fourth Grade

    Fifth Grade

    GIRLS

    • 38 or more
    • 29-37
    • 18-28
    • 0-17

    BOYS

    • 40 or more
    • 31-39
    • 21-30
    • 0-20

    GIRLS

    • 39 or more
    • 30-38
    • 20--29
    • 0-19

    BOYS

    • 41 or more
    • 32-40
    • 22-31
    • 0-21

    GIRLS

    • 40 or more
    • 30-39
    • 20-29
    • 0-19

    BOYS

    • 45 or more
    • 35-44
    • 25-34
    • 0-24

    Standards for Sit and Reach

    The sit and reach measures flexibility of the lower back and hamstrings. The Student removes shoes and sits on floor with knees fully extended, feet shoulder-width apart and soles of the feet held flat against the end of the box. With hands on top of each other, palms down, and legs held flat, the student reaches along the measuring line as far as possible. After three practice reaches, the fourth reach is held while the distance is recorded.

    Third Grade

    Fourth Grade

    Fifth Grade

    GIRLS

    • 33 or more
    • 28-32
    • 25-27
    • 0-24

    BOYS

    • 31 or more
    • 25-30
    • 22-24
    • 0-21

    GIRLS

    • 33 or more
    • 28-32
    • 25-27
    • 0-24

    BOYS

    • 31 or more
    • 25-30
    • 22-24
    • 0-21

    GIRLS

    • 30 or more
    • 25-29
    • 22-24
    • 0-21

    BOYS

    • 30 or more
    • 25-29
    • 22-24
    • 0-21