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Independent Study PE
What is ISPE?
INDEPENDENT STUDY PE
Student is an exceptionally gifted athlete who is competing at the regional, state, or national competition level within the school year in an individual sport. No team sports are permitted.
Student has an impacted schedule due to a special academic support program.
Student wishes to take an advanced level PE program that the school is not offering.
Students must apply to participate in ISPE. Applications will be available early in the spring semester.
Students must meet for at least 400 minutes every 10 days with a certified coach that has liability insurance. The coach cannot be a parent.
Students will be responsible for setting goals with the coach, reflecting on these goals, and keeping a time log. There will be a designated ISPE coordinator at each school who will review these documents.
Grades will be pass/fail.
Students in grade 7 or 9 who take ISPE are required to complete the Fitnessgram Tests* in the spring (per Ed Code). Families will receive an email in the spring regarding testing information.
*The 2021 Fitnessgram was not be administered due to Covid-19 restrictions. Therefore, this test was not be factored into the application evaluation for the 2021-2022 school year.
ISPE counts as one of the courses in a student’s schedule. It must be either the first or last period of the day. Students may not be on campus during this time due to lack of supervision for students in an unscheduled period.
A high school student choosing to participate in ISPE must choose a 6 or 7 period day. ISPE may NOT be taken as an 8th class.
A middle school student choosing to participate in ISPE must choose a 7 period day.