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C.K. McClatchy Physical Education School Policies

Dress

All students are expected to dress for Physical Education class in apparel approved by the Physical Education Department.

Approved apparel consists of:

  • A solid white or grey, cotton t-shirt; and
  • Solid color athletic shorts (preferably “cardinal” red); or
  • Tennis/athletic shoes secured by laces or Velcro; and
  • Athletic socks.
  • Leggings are allowed with shorts on top only.

Prohibited articles include:

  • Boxers-style shorts and pajamas
  • Slip-on shoes, Boots, slippers, or flip flops
  • Professional and college team apparel

During inclement weather, students may wear white or grey cotton sweat pant/shirts.

Student may also obtain CKM P.E. apparel available for $20 through the Controller’s office/Physical Education Department.

Lockers

  1. Students will provide their own locks.  We recommend a quality combination lock.  You may purchase a Master Locks for $6 from the controller’s office.
  2. Do not use lockers to store books or personal items; lockers are only for gym clothes. 
  3. The locker room is not a safe place for valuables, despite all security measures.

Make-up P.E.

Students wishing to make-up “excused” absences may do so with make-up P.E.  Students must check with their individual teacher to determine what is available for make-up PE.

Written Tests

Students wishing to make-up “excused” absences may do so with make-up P.E.  Students must check with their individual teacher to determine what is available for make-up PE.

Citizenship

Students will received an “O” for Outstanding, “S” for Satisfactory, “N” for Needs Improvement, “U” for Unsatisfactory based on the following criteria:

  • Sportsmanship
  • Respect for classmates and teachers
  • Attendance
  • Tardiness

Non-suit

  • A student’s grade may be lowered for non-suits/non-participation
  • Students with excessive non-suits may be referred to the discipline office.
  • Students in uniform (cheerleaders, ROTC, athletes, clubs, etc.) also must be dressed for PE or will be marked down as a non-suit.

Health Excuse

  • Students may be excused from Physical Education participation with a written excuse from a parent or guardian for up to 3 days. 
  • Written excuses must be presented to the teacher at roll call with physical modifications.
  • Students who are to be excused for more than 3 consecutive days need a written medical excuse from a physician with physical modifications.

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