Welcome to Central Physical Education web site! It is our goal to educate students about lifetime activities and healthy lifestyles.
  We encourage cooperation, participation, sportsmanship, and positive attitudes. It is our belief that adopting a healthy lifestyle will contribute to the overall success of our students.


UNIFORM: Red shirt, black, loose fitting shorts, (no spandex or yoga pants,) white socks, gym shoes. Please avoid black soled shoes as they tend to scuff the floor finish. Students are required to dress daily in proper uniform.
*Rental shirts and shorts are available from the PE teacher.
*Forgotten or lost uniform- Students can rent a suit 3 times with no point deduction. Additional rentals are 2 point deductions. A maximum of 10 rentals per quarter allowed. Additional rentals will result in Office Referrals.
*There shall be no interchange of PE clothing between students. This will be handled as an unhealthy attitude.
*Uniforms must be taken home each week and laundered.
*No jewelry allowed during PE class. Wearing jewelry during physical activity may result in injury.

TARDIES: Any student not in the locker room and on their assigned spot for attendance is tardy.

EXCUSES FROM PARTICIPATION: Parent/Guardian note explaining the reason for non-participation will be honored for a maximum of 2 days. Any reason requiring a longer excused period will require a doctor note stating reason and length of time.

LOCKS AND LOCKERS: Locks and lockers will be issued to each student. Lockers are to be locked at all times. Lost lock will require a replacement from the school at a cost of $5.00 per lock. Any other lock will be cut off.

TESTS: Written and/or skill tests will be given for each unit. Study guides are made available to students prior to written tests.

Each student will be graded in Physical Education by the following guidelines: 50% Participation, 10% Dress, 20% Written and/or skill tests, and 20% Fitness. Study Guides are made available to the students and are on Mr. Kukuck' s Web page as well.

“Being fit means that you also have good heart and lung capacity and that your brain gets plenty of oxygen,”
Michael Nilsson, professor at the Sahlgrenska Academy and chief physician at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital.