Health, Wellness, & Physical Education


ELEMENTARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION

State law/rules require all students enrolled in full-day prekindergarten, kindergarten or grades 1-5 in an elementary school setting to participate in physical activity for a minimum of either 30 minutes daily or 135 minutes weekly in a TEKS-based physical education class or a TEKS-based structured activity, including structured recess.

INTERMEDIATE PHYSICAL EDUCATION


Students must participate in moderate or vigorous activity at least 30 minutes per day for at least four semesters during grades 6, 7 and 8. Districts with block scheduling are permitted to require students to participate in moderate or vigorous physical activity for at least 225 minutes during a two-week period.

The following courses are offered:
Physical Education - Grades 6, 7 or 8
P.E. Athletics/Boys - Grade 7 or 8
P.E. Athletics/Girls - Grade 7 or 8

​HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION


High School Students (9-12) are required to earn one credit of physical education for graduation requirements. (HB 5)

The following courses are offered:
Physical Education IA - Foundations of Personal Fitness - Grades 9 - 12 
Physical Education TS, TS2 - Team Sports - Grades 9 - 12
Physical Education IS, IS2 - Individual Sports - Grades 9 - 12

TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS (TEKS)

Minutes of TEKS based physical activity required - Texas Education Code (TEC), Title 2, Subtitle F, Chapter 28, Subchapter A

FITNESSGRAM


FitnessGram evaluates all students regardless of age, gender, or ability. Students are encouraged to be self-aware of health-related fitness and take responsibility by setting personal fitness goals. When students focus on the process of doing their personal best, a more positive lifelong impact is achieved.

You may request a copy of your child’s physical fitness assessment by contacting the physical education teacher and/or principal.By providing you and your child with this health-related fitness information, you can lead your child toward a healthy lifestyle. A healthy student is better prepared to learn and perform in all aspects of life. Klein ISD currently provides a report for each student tested. The results are sent home in a sealed envelope once the testing is completed.

 

Contact Athletic Department Personnel:

Vacant

Athletic Secretary
832-249-4302
           

Derek Koonts

Assistant Athletic Director
832-249-4301
dkoonts1@kleinisd.net

Ms. Phyllis Sirchia

Athletic Secretary
832-249-4303
psirchia@kleinisd.net

Mrs. Nancy Gilliam

Athletic Secretary
832-249-4304
ogilliam1@kleinisd.net

Darby Young

Athletic Director
832-249-4300
tyoung2@kleinisd.net

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