Physical Education Department

  • The Mountain Pointe Physical Education Department strives to promote a positive and safe learning environment for all students. Attitude, Attendance, Attire, and Active participation are very important. Students are encouraged to make good choices during daily physical activity and class instruction. Students are also rewarded for learning content information. At the start of every nine-week grading period, every student starts with zero points. Each day the student has the opportunity to earn 10 daily participation points. The student will also have the opportunity to earn points for written tests, skills tests, fitness assessments, and fitness assignments.

    Mission Statement:
    WE PROMOTE A SAFE, HEALTHY, AND PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE!

    Program Highlights:

    • Reading & Writing through the Nationally Recognized “Fitness for Life” Curriculum
    • State of the art weight room
    • Health Education: Certified C.P.R. Instruction for Students 
    • Sports Medicine, Weight training, Yoga & Den Club
    • Unified Sports Program
    • Advanced Level PE
    • Yoga and Sports Performance

    P-Perseverance

    R-Respect

    I-Innovation

    D-Dedication to Life-long Learning

    E-Excellence in everything

     

    Core Values and Definitions:

     
       

    Honesty:

    Freedom from deceit or fraud

       

    Responsibility:

    Obligation, accountability, dependability for one’s actions, to be answerable or accountable

       

    Compassion:

    A deep feeling for another, desire to remove one’s misfortune.

       

    Respect:

    Esteem for a sense of the worth or excellence of self, others, property and environment.

       

    Integrity:

    Soundness of and adherence to moral principle and character, uprightness.

       

    Desire to Learn:

    (desire) To wish or long for, crave or want strongly

       

    Trust:

    Reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc. of a person or object, the obligation or responsibility imposed upon one whom confidence or authority is placed.

       

    Cooperation:

    Acting or working together with another or others for a common purpose.

       

    Citizenship:

    The duties, rights and privileges of the status of citizenship, a person’s conduct as a citizen

       

    Service to Others:

    (service) An act of giving assistance or advantage to another

Physical Education Contact

  • Jeff Decker
    Department Lead
    (480) 759-8449 Ext. 55139

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