Physical Education Teacher Itinerant Program (PETIP)
The application process for the Physical Education Teacher Itinerant Program (PETIP) will be open October 3, 2016 through February 3, 2017. PETIP will fund a credentialed physical education itinerant teacher, one day per week at your school for two years to provide embedded professional development for designated teachers (6-8) during physical education instruction. This model is designed to provide teachers with pedagogy and content knowledge needed to assist them in meeting the state mandated 200 minutes of physical education every 10 school days. Participating teachers are expected to gradually assume the role of providing physical education instruction with the assistance of the itinerant teacher as a coach, no later than the first semester of year 2. In addition, schools will receive appropriate physical education equipment. However, it will be the responsibility of the site administrator to allot funds to replenish equipment as needed. Submit your application early. The selection of schools for the 2017-18 school year will be made at the end of February 2017. The application will be available September 9,2016. Please contact Dr. Janice Collins, Administrator, Physical Education Programs for more information.
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UNICEF Kid Power
Selected classroom's will receive Kid Power activity trackers (up to 35), enabled tablet to sync trackers, online access to curriculum, personal support from UNICEF IT.
Students track their activity for one month, for each hour of physical activity (approximately), UNICEF will send one meal to feed a child in a third world country.
UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind Grant - New Grant Applications will be available next September.
UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind is accepting grant applications for fitness center equipment and curriculum for LAUSD middle and high schools. The organization has partnered with LAUSD to install fitness centers in over 100 schools across the District. Each fitness center grant provides up to $50,000 for state-of-the-art commercial-grade fitness equipment with a corresponding curriculum and professional development. The Fitness Center Grant is a comprehensive physical education package for middle and high schools to improve the health and well being of students and staff.
If interested, please visit www.uclahealth.org/soundbodysoundmind to learn more information and submit an online application. All middle and high schools in LAUSD (except non-affiliated charters) are eligible to apply. The application period will begin on September 1, 2016 and end September 30, 2016.
Phone: 310-500-4292 Contact Person- Matthew Flesock