According to the U.S. Surgeon General, regular physical activity is one of the most important things that people can do to maintain and improve their physical health, mental health, and overall well-being. A student who is physically educated is more likely to become a healthy adult who is motivated to remain healthy and physically active throughout his or her life.
The CSDR staff understands the critical importance of offering a quality K-12 Physical Education program to CSDR students. A physically educated student will maintain an active lifestyle which has many benefits. The Physical Education staff aim to teach our students both physically and mentally in fundamentals, discipline, and knowledge.
The Physical Educationcurriculumis based on the Physical Education Model Content Standard for California Public Schools. Instructional activities are fun and age appropriate.
Uniforms are available for purchase throughout the year while supplies last. Students are required to dress in gym clothes daily. This includes:
Student's last name & first initial should be printed clearly on the outside of all PE clothing in permanent marker.
Lost items can not be claimed unless a name is clearly written on them.
Education Code 49066 states that a student experiencing difficulties in complying with the P.E .dress requirements should immediately notify his/her P.E. teacher.
Each Friday, students are expected to take their clothes home to wash them. Students should bring their clothes back on Mondays.
Students are expected to tuck in their shirts and keep their shorts/sweats at their waist/hips. Un-tucked shirts and/or sagging shorts aren’t acceptable. Students also need to wear athletic shoes that are tied correctly. Students should keep a pair of white athletic socks and athletic shoes in their lockers.
Each student is permitted one loaner without disciplinary consequences per term. The 2nd loaner will result in a detention; the 3rd (and subsequent) loaner(s) will result in a referral to the Principal.
If your son or daughter is sick or injured, a parent note can excuse a students for up to three days. Policy requires a doctor’s note to excuse a student after the third day. Please be sure to include the date, specific limitations, and a daytime phone number where you can be contacted on the note.
Photo Credits : High School Yearbook Students - Cherilyn Barrett - Auna Fergusen - Jens Rechenberg '81 - Jaclyn Vincent