PE Department Instructors

Mike Barbaccia
Mario Galicia
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Debbie Kjellberg
Aaron Lilly
Heather Maat
Sarah Stults
Chris Micheletti
Christine Riley

 

Physical Education

PE

INTRODUCTION:
Welcome to Hoover Middle School’s Physical Education Department Web site. We believe that physical education offers students a way to experience and discover cooperative skills and enjoyment of physical activity through a variety of sports and games. Our 6th graders will focus on lead up specific skills and lead-up games. In 7th, grade students will focus on dual sports, individual activities and rules of the game. By the 8th grade students will be focusing on team sports and strategies for team sports. We hope to inspire all students to be healthy, caring, fit individuals.

ACTIVITIES:
Basketball
Badminton
Cooperative Games
Fitness Activities
Floor Hockey
Football
Lacrosse
Pickle Ball
Soccer (Indoor/Outdoor)
Softball
Swimming
Tennis Skills
Track & Field
Ultimate Frisbee
Volleyball
Weight Room

GRADING:
Each student’s grade is determined by the number of points he/she earns in skills tests, written work , participation and attendance. It is the student’s responsibility to make any missed assignments. Students should see their teacher for more information Points for all units within a semester will be totaled for a final semester grade in combination with our non-suit policy.
A= 90-100%
B= 80-89%
C= 70-79%
D= 60-69%
F= 59-0%

NON-SUIT POLICY:
Students in physical education are expected to come to class daily wearing the physical education uniform. Students may also purchase light gray sweatpants and sweatshirts at local department stores to wear to physical education class. When students are out of this specified uniform they will receive a non-suit resulting in a 1/3 letter grade deduction from their final grade. For more information download our NON-SUIT letter.
Click on the link below for Hoover’s PE uniform policy:
PE Uniform Policy.pdf

EXPECTATIONS:
All students are expected to participate and dress daily. They also will be held accountable for following class rules, proper locker room conduct, respecting others and safety for all.

LOCKERS:
A P.E. locker will be issued to each student at the beginning of the school year at no cost. This locker will be used all year and should be used only to store items for physical education. It is important to lock up personal belongings and not to share the combination with anyone!  locker room.pdf

AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS PROGRAM:

September-October:
Girl’s Soccer:  TBD
Boy’s Soccer:  TBD

September-November:
Girl’s Basketball: Mario Galicia

October- December:
Boy’s Flag Football: Mike Barbaccia

November- February:
8th grade Girl’s Basketball: Mario Galicia
8th grade Boy’s Basketball: Ed Nunes

January-March:
Girl’s Volleyball: Afterschool Allstars

March-May:
6th & 7th grade Girl’s Basketball: Mario Galicia
6th & 7th grade Boy’s Basketball: Ed Nunes

April-May:
Tennis Clinic: Afterschool Allstars

CONTACTS:

Girl’s P.E.
408-535-6274 ext. 231

Boys P.E.
408-535-6274 ext. 232

March-May:
6th & 7th grade Girl’s Basketball: Mario Galicia
6th & 7th grade Boy’s Basketball: Ed Nunes

April-May:
Tennis Clinic: Afterschool Allstars

CONTACTS:

Girl’s P.E.
408-535-6274 ext. 231

Boys P.E.
408-535-6274 ext. 232

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