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Martin Luther King

Physical Education

Jog-a-thon Fundraiser


The MLK Jog-a-thon is our annual fundraiser that helps raise funds to maintain and up-grade our physical education program.  The MLK Physical Education Department offers a wide array of sports and fitness activities. We are specifically targeting funds to purchase portable nets for our Pickleball and Badminton Units. The top ten fundraisers will receive prices. Along with the racquet units, we will also be raising funds for an elliptical cardio machine for our fitness room. The jog-a-thon will utilize our one mile cross country run here on campus.  Parents are invited to run with their child during their P.E. class.  Parents can help with our water station both during their child’s P.E. or other periods if able.  It’s a great day to celebrate an active lifestyle with your child!  Here are the important details below:


Date:   Thursday November 16th, 2017

Where:   Martin Luther King Middle School (on the track)

How:  Solicit family members $1 to $5 dollars to help with the fundraiser and turn your envelope into the student store. Finally, invite mom/dad to join you during your P.E. period the day of this event.

Questions:  Coach Kimbrel at 760-901-8898 or tkimbrel@oside.us               



**Please fill out the form on the back of this information sheet and place donation money in the envelope. Please make checks payable to MLK PTSO Physical Education. Turn In date is Friday, November 17th. You may hand in a donation any time before or after that date at the student store.






1st Period:   7:30 - 8:22                                        

2nd Period:  8:25 - 9:13                                         

3rd Period:  9:16 - 10:04                                      

4th Period:  10:19 - 11:07        

6th Period:  11:45 - 12:33

7th Period:  12:36 - 1:24

8th Period:  1:27 - 2:15

Dear Parents (Guardians) Below please find our Departments students expectations.

Physical Education Expectations

Students earn 5 points a day. Grades are updated every Friday. This is listed as “weekly assignment” on school loop.

Make-up forms for absents are in the red board in front of Girls office. Make-up is due within one (1) week of absent.

Once a month (weather permitting) there is a Cross Country run. The distance is a little over a mile and students have 11 minutes 30 seconds finish for full PE credit for the day. If they do not make it within this time frame they loose points at their teachers’ discretion.

Students may borrow loaners giving us their backpack only.

Students may not wear their PE uniform over their school clothes (overdress) this is considered a non suit with a loss of points.

Students who are on a medical or just not feeling well that day must still dress out for PE class with modified activity. Students with crutches, broken arms etc. will not dress out and must complete a PE written make-up during class. Health office may assign student to be a teacher’s assistant or schedule another class for them if medical keeps them out of PE for any length of time.

There is absolutely no lotions, crèmes, sprays, glass or food permitted in the locker room. These items will be taken away.

Point System

Non Suit- minus 3 pts.

Tardy- minus 3 pts.

Overdress-minus 3 pts.

Truant-minus 3 pts.

 Behavior Problems- minus 5 pts., referral or suspension from class (depending on severity of behavior).

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s grade. Please call your child’s PE Teacher.

Hello Wonderful Parents,

The Physical Education Department is in need of donations for the school year. If you would like to donate, have your child bring donation to the P.E. Dept. with their name ...more

San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative

  • More children are being diagnosed with diseases linked to overweight and obesity previously seen only in adults, such as Type 2 diabetes and heart disease (The Obesity Society, 2009).
  • Walking and biking have decreased more than 40% during the past 3 decades, partly because of unsafe routes and poor walking conditions (Active Living Research, 2009).
  • If today’s current trend continues, it is anticipated that 1 in 3 children born in the US after the year 2000 will develop type 2 diabetes (American Diabetes Association, 2009).

Take a Walk for Wellness

Here are some of the main reasons to start walking:

  • Walking prevents type 2 diabetes.  The Diabetes Prevention Program showed that walking 150 minutes per week and losing just 7% of your body weight (12 to 15 pounds) can reduce your risk of diabetes by 58%.
  • Walking strengthens your heart.  Among both men and women, it reduces the risk of heart attack and other coronary problems.
  • Walking is good for your brain.  Studies show that more walking is correlated to higher cognitive function.
  • Walking is good for your bones.  Research has found that it can improve bone density among postmenopausal women.
  • Walking helps alleviate symptoms of depression.  One survey showed that walking for 30 minutes, three to five times per week for 12 weeks, reduced symptoms of depression by 47%.
  • Walking improves fitness.  Walking just three time a week for 30 minutes can significantly increase cardiorespiratory fitness.
  • Walking in short bouts improves fitness, too!  A study of sedentary women showed that short bouts of brisk walking (three 10-minute walks per day) resulted in similar improvements in fitness and were at least as effective in decreasing body fatness as long bouts (one 30-minute walk per day).

Healthy Fitness Zones

The FITTNESSGRAM uses Healthy Fitness Zones (HFZs) to evaluate fitness performance.  These zones are criterion-referenced standards established by The Cooper Institute of Dallas, Texas, and represent minimum levels of fitness that offer protection against the diseases that result from sedentary living (Rev. 2008).  The California Department of Education considers a student who meets or exceeds a HFZ as meeting the desired performance goal.





One Mile Run







9:30 - 12:30

12 – 26

7 – 15


9:00 - 12:00

15 – 29

7 - 15


9:00 - 12:00

18 – 32

7 - 15

13 9:00 - 11:30 18 - 32 7 - 15
14 8:30 - 11:00 18 - 32 7 - 15




One Mile Run







9:00 - 11:30

12 – 24

7 – 20


8:30 - 11:00

15 – 28

8 – 20


8:00 - 10:30

18 – 36

10 – 20


7:30 - 10:00

21 - 40

12 – 25

14 7:00 - 9:30 24 - 45 14 - 30

Exercise Does A Body Good

Research shows that EXERCISE does your body good almost instantly. As little as 30 minutes of cardio three to five days a week will add six years to your life. Within One Hour of exercise, you’re protecting yourself against colds and flu by boosting your immune system. Within One Day of exercise, you're adding lean muscle and your heart is healthier. Within One Week of exercise, your risk of diabetes goes down and your endurance and aerobic fitness has increased by about 5%. Cutting 500 calories a day through exercise and diet will help you drop one pound a week. After 4 weeks of regular workouts, your body is ditching flab and gaining muscle. Within One Year of regular exercise, your heart rate is lower, your cells are more efficient at breaking down fat and using it as fuel, and you lower the risk of developing cancer and add years to your life.

-Fitness Magazine