Recommended LinksPhysical education appropriate practices videos hosted at the Los Angeles County Office of EducationThePhysialEdcator.net Cultivating Quality Physical Education- improving physical education programs by providing tools and resources to communicate the need for quality Physical Education experiences.Get the wiggles out with free brain breaks for your classroom. Online video streaming activities for the classroom.Designed to Move- A Physical Activity Action Agenda
Physical Education Checklist
The Physical Education Checklist is to be used to evaluate your schools physical education programs for compliance to education code and good educational instructional practice in physical education. To access the interactive document click on the link below.
Model Action Plan
The Physical Education Model Action Plan (MAP) is to be used to take steps to guide your school to education code compliance and quality physical education instruction. Click on the link below to access the MAP.
Physical Fitness Testing
Fitnessgram - The documents below are provided to aid administrators, teachers and parents in providing the best use of the Physical Performance Test as a learning tool.https://fitnessgram.lausd.net This link is provided to input 10-12 grade students Fitnessgram scores and it will tell you if they passedFG Website Reporting Instructions for 10-12 Grade Students Link to website OPEN IN SEPTEMBERLook up a students FG scores You must have the student in your class or have administrative access.Fitnessgram Testing Calendar Link: https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/7587Fitnessgram Student Certificate- Provide students who score in the Healthy Fitness Zone with a certificate
Fitnessgram Resources and Videos of Assessment ProtocolsExcerpt from the LAUSD Student Testing Branch- https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/7587
About the PFT
The State Board of Education (SBE) designated the FITNESSGRAM® as the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) for students in California public schools. Public school students in grades five, seven, and nine are required to take the PFT. Read more...
PFT External Links
Student Exemption in Senior High SchoolStudents in senior high are required to take four years of physical education. If a student in 9th grade passes 5 of 6 assessments on the state mandated Physical Fitness Test (Fitnessgram) then the student could choose to take an course other than physical education in grades 10-12. This is a student choice, and the student that passes needs to fill out the Student Exemption Letter and sign it as to their choice to continue in a physical education elective or choosing to take another content area elective. The Reference Guide and Student Letter is below: