Physical Education

Welcome to the Physical Education Department
of Mattituck Jr. Sr. High School

Secondary Physical Education Policies & Procedures:

"Physical Education is the only subject which by the very nature of its content

has the potential to affect how a person will feel every moment of everyday

for the rest of his or her life"

Greggory Wormuth
Director of Health, Physical Education & Athletics
(631) 298-8471 x1111
(631) 298-8544 (fax)

FACULTY

Ed Barbante Kim Gerstung
Cory Dolson Julie Milliman
Ashley Amato Matt Litchult
Paul Ellwood  

 

Essentials of Learning

As a result of participation in a quality physical education program it is reasonable to expect that at the conclusion of each year 7th through 12th grade students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the knowledge of sport specific rules when engaging in physical activity
  • Implement the sport specific rules while engaged in physical activity.
  • Understand, demonstrate and promote safe behavior and procedures while engages in physical activity.
  • Describe good personal habits and identify the components of health related fitness and understand the relationship between physical activity and the prevention of disease.

  • Demonstrate appropriate personal living skills, including character development, social skills, conflict resolution and personal management skills.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of various activity skill components.
  • Identify and set short term goals related to personal wellness and understand the health benefits of regular participation in activity.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking and game strategies while participating in sport specific activities.
  • Demonstrate good listening skills and the ability to follow directions successfully.
  • Demonstrate upon graduation the ability to locate and use outside resources to maintain personal fitness and to be an informed consumer. 

Elementary Physical Education

The program goals listed below are the skills and knowledge students are expected to know and be able to do when they leave the program after sixth grade.