Bulletin 4656.2- Elementary Physical Education
Maintaining Aquatic Safety in Schools Having Swimming Pools
Students' safety is a primary concern in aquatics programs. Bulletin 1454.2 clarifies the District’s policy regarding safety regulations for the instructional aquatic programs conducted in elementary, secondary, and adult schools, and for interscholastic aquatic teams. The student water safety test for swimming and diving is in the bulletin.
Elementary Physical Education Monitoring Procedures- MEM-6482
All elementary schools, district-wide, are now required to complete and submit the online certification of elementary physical education instructional minutes. Teachers are to use the newly created Teacher Portal at https://myapps.lausd.net/TeacherPortal/PE/ and principals will use the Principal's Portal at: https://principalportal.lausd.net/PE/Default.aspx
The tutorial below will explain how to fill out the classroom teacher's monthly physical education certification.
CAL 200 Complain Form
- After speaking to the teacher and principal, if you wish to file a complaint on physical education, fill out this form and return it to the school principal.
Appropriate and Inappropriate Practices
The following grid includes developmentally appropriate and inappropriate practices in elementary, middle and high school physical education classes. The grid organizes the practices into five separate sections: 1. Learning environment, 2. Instruction strategies, 3. Curriculum, 4. Assessment, 5. Professionalism.
Physical Education Content Standards
The California Physical Education Content Standards were adopted by LAUSD and identify what a student should know and be able to do by the end of each grade level.
Physical Education Framework
The state physical education framework is an excellent resource for sample lessons by grade level. It also explains how to teach standards-based physical education.
Elementary Scope and Sequence
The elementary scope and sequence document provides a timeline for instruction for introducing grade level standards:
Elementary Physical Education Curriculum
Nike Let Me Play
Nike Let Me Play K-5 Curriculum was created with the help of LAUSD multiple subject teachers over a 3 year period to be easy to use and effective. It contains inside and outside activities that are separated into K-2 and 3-5 grade levels.
Below is a list of suggested elementary physical education equipment. Some suggested vendor contact information but not all are:
U.S. Games, Danny Radd - firstname.lastname@example.org, Sportime, Ryan Schissler - email@example.com. Gopher Sport - Jordan Stolp - firstname.lastname@example.org
OPEN US Games
At the below link is the Open Elementary Physical Education Curriculum by US Games
Early Childhood, Infant and Toddler Activities - from SHAPE America
The Body Doctor -Videos of movement and exercise for kids
Improve Brain Function
Get the wiggles out with free brain breaks for your classroom. Online video streaming activities for the classroom.