• Physical Education Rules and Regulations



    School issued. Sold in locker rooms. $20.00



    Blue mesh gym shorts “Woodstown Physical Education Department logo”



    Orange t-shirt “Woodstown Physical Education Department logo”



    Sweats, warm-ups in cooler weather (uniform must be worn under sweats)



    Socks and rubber sole sneakers



    It is required that the students place their name on their uniform.



    NO jewelry is permitted.


      Lockers will only be used during the PE period. 

    All locks must be removed at the end of the period.


    School issued locks must be used.


    They can be purchased for $5.00 during class.



      It is required that all valuables be locked in the locker. 

    We can’t be responsible for lost or stolen items or uniforms.


    This must be done before you exit the locker room to go to class.


    Students must come to class on time.

    The doors are locked when the bell rings. 


    Students late to class are not permitted to go to the locker room to dress for class. 


    This can have a dramatic effect on grade.



    Students who are late to squad lines impact the entire class. 

    This disruption to instructional time will cause the late student to lose five points from his/her participation grade.

     At the end of class, students must remain in the locker room until the passing bell rings.


    Grades are distributed as follows:

     Preparation: 60%               

                           Activity #1 (participation/cooperation): 10%

                                       Activity #2 (participation/cooperation): 10%            

    Fitness: 10%

     Assessments: 10%   

     Participation - Points may be deducted for:

     No participation              -10

     Poor attitude                  -10

     Partial participation         -  5

     Late to squad                 -  5



    Preparation - Points may be deducted for:


    Unprepared completely           -10

     Wrong shirt or shorts             -  5



    Students wearing clothes considered unsafe for Physical Education class will not be allowed to participate and will lose 10 points in both areas.



     Knowledge and Skill – Students earn a skill grade based on criteria established for each activity. 



     Two activities and fitness are evaluated.


    A = (100-93%)

    B = (92-84%)

     C = (83-77%)

    D = (76-70%)

     F = (69% - BELOW)


    A “NO JEWELRY” policy has always been in place and is strictly enforced. 

    The issues of safety and exposure to blood and blood borne pathogens are the basis of the policy.


    Covering jewelry with tape or band- aids will not make an exception to the rule.

     No student wearing jewelry of any kind will be permitted to participate in class. 

    Lack of participation will affect a student’s grade as outlined in the section on Participation

     Consider getting new piercings over the summer or while you are in Health.


    Temporary medical excuses for illness are issued from the nurse for 1–3 days with a note from a parent/guardian.


     Excuses for 4 or more days require a doctor’s note. 


     Students will be required to complete an assignment when medically excused.


     The gymnasium is a classroom, and as with other classroom settings, the following rules are enforced:


     No cell phones/ headphones/I pods


     No food/drink/gum


     No behavior that could interfere with teaching and learning will be tolerated.


    Physical Education I, II, III & IV are phases of education that strives to promote, through total body movement, the health and general welfare of all students, and to guide them in being more effective individuals physically, mentally, and socially.


     The Physical Education program will consist of:



    Instruction in and knowledge of a variety of types of activities such as, individual sports, individual and conditioning exercises, rhythms, lifetime and recreation activities and team sports.



    Learning the fundamentals and rules of these activities.



    Learning practical safety and health essentials.


    The Woodstown Physical Education Department believes that an organized and structured Physical Education program can help improve the overall health of your children by:



    Improving cardiovascular endurance and flexibility



    Improving muscular strength and power



    Enhancing weight control



    Enhancing bone development and posture



    Enhancing skillful movement



    Encouraging active healthy habits and constructive use of leisure time.

     Woodstown High School

    Health and Physical Education Department


     Mr. Thomas Coleman


     Dr. Scott Hoopes

     Department Supervisor

     Ms. June Cioffi

    Department Members

     Mr. Joe Frassenei

     Mr. Zachary Garren

     Mr. Doug Hathaway

     Mr. Darren Huck

     Ms. Susan Massara

     Mrs. Shelley Mealey

     Ms. Gayle Remster