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1 Field School PE Survey Field Elementary School Physical Education (PE) Survey This survey is for Field Elementary School students. It is about Physical Education (PE) class. The answers you give will be kept private. No one will know how you answer. Please answer the questions honestly. Completing this survey is voluntary. Whether or not you answer the questions will not affect your grade in any class. If you are uncomfortable answering a question, just leave it blank. Make sure you read every question carefully. 1. Which grade are you currently in? (select one) 4th grade 5th grade 2. Are you... (select one) Male Female 3. Do you live in Weston? (select one) No Yes 4. Which of the following best describes you? (select one) American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander White 5. For each Physical Education (PE) Unit, tell us if you liked it, didn't like it, or didn't participate in it. (select one in each row) 1

2 Badminton Base Games Basketball Cooperative Games Field Hockey Fitness Testing Floor Hockey Jump Rope Lacrosse Rhythms/Dance Soccer Track and Field I Enjoyed This I Did NOT Enjoy This I Didn't Participate in This Volleyball Wrestling/Body Awareness 6. What other sports or activities would you like to do in PE class? (type-in) 7. These questions are about how often you have PE and how often you should have PE. (select one in each row) How many days DO you currently have PE per week? How many days SHOULD you have PE per week? 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days 2

3 8. Please answer each of the following questions. (select one in each row) How important do you feel PE is to your school day? How important do your parents think PE is to your school day? Not At All Not Very Somewhat Mostly Very 9. How much do you disagree or agree with each of the following statements? (select one in each row)? I understand the value of PE class. I have learned new games or skills this year in my PE class. Participating in PE activities helped to improve my physical fitness. I learned enough about a new sport or activity to try it outside of school. Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree 3 Agree.

4 10. Please indicate which of the following best reflects your opinions. (select one) I receive too little PE each week I receive the right amount of PE each week I receive too much PE each week 11. How important are each of the following things about PE class? (select one in each row) Not At All Not Very Somewhat Mostly Very I get to play games It makes me more alert and prepared for a day of learning It helps me relieve stress It helps improve my physical fitness I learn new skills I learn lifelong fitness concepts 12. List any other things you feel are important parts of PE that are not listed above: (type-in) 13. Please indicate which of the following are important aspects of PE? (select all that apply) Gives you a break from other classes Provides you with a way to release stress Lets you do something you don't have time for otherwise Allows you the opportunity to experience a team sport 4

5 Gives you a chance to exercise during the day Provides you with an activity that you find enjoyable Teaches you the skills of different games Other (type-in) Lets you try something new Provides a chance to strengthen/stretch for other sports/activities Re-energizes you for the school day 14. How many hours do you spend being physically active outside of school each week? (select one) 0 hours 2 hours Less than 1 hour 3 hours 1 hour 4 or more hours 15. Immediately after I exercise... (select one in each row) Not Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Applicable Agree - I Don't Exercise I feel happy. I feel energized and alert. I feel relaxed. 16. What activities do you do outside of school? (select all that apply) Baseball Basketball Biking Dance Classes Fencing Field Hockey Football Gymnastics Hockey Horseback Riding Jogging/Running Lacrosse Martial Arts Classes Pickle Ball Softball Swim Team Tennis Rock Climbing 5 Rugby Soccer Skate Boarding Weight Training/Performance Training Volleyball Other Team Sport Other Individual Sport Other Individual Activities 17. What do you see yourself doing for physical activity in middle school? (select all that apply)

6 PE Classes Club Sport Intramural Activities Middle School Interscholastic Sports Outside Fitness Classes Private Dance Lessons Private Sports Lessons Recreational Activities Other Physical Activities 6

7 Done Weston Middle School PE Survey Exit this survey Weston Middle School Physical Education (PE) Survey This survey is for Weston Middle School students. It is about Physical Education (PE) class. The answers you give will be kept private. No one will know how you answer. Please answer the questions honestly. Completing this survey is voluntary. Whether or not you answer the questions will not affect your grade in any class. If you are uncomfortable answering a question, just leave it blank. Make sure you read every question carefully. 1. Which grade are you currently in? (select one) 6th grade 7th grade 8th grade 2. Are you... (select one) Male Female 3. Do you live in Weston? (select one) No Yes 4. Which of the following best describes you? (select one) American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander White 7

8 5. For each Physical Education (PE) Unit, tell us if you liked it, didn't like it, or didn't participate in it. (select one in each row) Badminton Basketball Field Hockey Fitness Testing Football Pickle Ball Rugby Tennis Track Softball Swimming Ultimate Frisbee Volleyball I Enjoyed This I Did NOT Enjoy This I Didn't Participate in This Wall Climbing Weight Training Wrestling/Body Awareness 6. What PE units that are not currently offered would you like to add to the PE program? (type-in) 7. What types of PE classes do you prefer? (select all that apply) Team Sports (e.g., Basketball, Football) Individual Sports (e.g., Tennis, Track) Cooperative games Lifetime Recreational Activities (e.g., Wall Climbing, Walking) Lifetime Fitness Activities (e.g., Yoga, Pilates) 8

9 Other (type-in) 8. These questions are about how often you have PE and how often you should have PE. (select one in each row) 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days How many days DO you currently have PE per week? How many days SHOULD you have PE per week? 9. Please answer each of the following questions. (select one in each row) Not At All Not Very Somewhat Mostly Very How important do you feel PE is to your school day? How important do your parents think PE is to your school day? 10. How much do you disagree or agree with each of the following statements? (select one in each row) I understand the value of PE class. The PE program is well-rounded Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Agree 9

10 (offers a wide variety of activities). I would like to be able to choose the PE units. Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Agree Being able to choose the PE units I like would make me more active in PE. Being exposed to different units has given me the courage to try other sports or activities outside of PE class. Students should wear Weston PE shorts and t- shirt in PE classes. 11. Please indicate which of the following best reflects your opinions (select one) I receive too little PE each week I receive the right amount of PE each week I receive too much PE each week 12. How important are each of the following things about PE class? (select one in each row). 10

11 Not At All Not Very Somewhat Mostly Very I get to play games It makes me more alert and prepared for a day of learning It helps me relieve stress It helps me learn skillrelated movement (physical skills) It helps improve my physical fitness I learn lifelong fitness concepts 13. List any other things you feel are important parts of PE that are not listed above: (type-in) 14. Please indicate which of the following are important aspects of PE: (select all that apply) Gives you a break from other classes Provides you with a way to release stress Gives you a chance to exercise during the day Provides you with an activity that you find enjoyable Teaches you the skills of different games Lets you do something you don't have time for otherwise Allows you the opportunity to experience a team sport Lets you try something new Provides a chance to strengthen/stretch for other sports/activities Re-energizes you for the school day 11

12 Other (type-in) 15. How many hours do you spend being physically active outside of school each week? (select one) Less than 1 hour 2 hours 1 hour 3 hours 4 or more hours 16. Immediately after I exercise... (select one in each row) Not Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Applicable Agree - I Don't Exercise I feel happy. I feel energized and alert. I feel relaxed. 17. What activities do you do outside of school? (select all that apply) Baseball Basketball Biking Dance Classes Fencing Field Hockey Football Gymnastics Hockey Horseback Riding Jogging/Running Lacrosse Martial Arts Classes Pickle Ball Softball Swim Team Tennis Rock Climbing Rugby Soccer Skate Boarding Weight Training/Performance Training Volleyball Other Team Sport Other Individual Sport Other Individual Activities 18. What do you see yourself doing for physical activity in high school? (select all that apply) PE Classes Club Sport High School Interscholastic Sports Intramural Activities 12 Private Dance Lessons Private Sports Lessons Recreational Activities Other Physical Activities

13 Outside Fitness Classes 19. List two questions should we ask students in the future to help improve PE class (e.g., student involvement, benefits of participating)? (type-in) Question #1 Question #2 Done 13

14 Weston High School PE Survey Exit this survey Weston High School Physical Education (PE) Survey This survey is for Weston High School students. It is about Physical Education (PE) class. The answers you give will be kept private. No one will know how you answer. Please answer the questions honestly. Completing this survey is voluntary. Whether or not you answer the questions will not affect your grade in any class. If you are uncomfortable answering a question, just leave it blank. Make sure you read every question carefully. 1. Which grade are you currently in? (select one) 9th grade 10th grade 11th grade 12th grade 2. Are you... (select one) Male Female 3. Do you live in Weston? (select one) No Yes 4. Which of the following best describes you? (select one) American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander White 5. For each Physical Education (PE) Unit, tell us if you liked it, didn't like it, or didn't participate in it. (select one in each row) 14

15 9th Grade: Fitness Games 9th Grade: International Games 9th Grade: Lifetime Aquatics 9th Grade: Tennis 10th Grade: CPR/First Aid 10th Grade: Group Initiatives 10th Grade: Strength Training 11th Grade: Aerobic Conditioning 11th Grade: Badminton 11th Grade: Biomechanics of Movement 11th Grade: Yoga 12th Grade: Final Fitness Fun 12th Grade: Golf 12th Grade: Individual Wellness Development 12th Grade: Volleyball I Enjoyed This I Did NOT Enjoy This I Didn't Participate in This 15

16 6. What PE units that are not currently offered would you like to add to the PE program? (type-in) 7. What types of PE classes do you prefer? (select all that apply) Team Sports Individual Sports Competitive Games Cooperative Games Fitness Activities Dance Recreation Activities 8. How much do you disagree or agree with each of the following statements? (select one in each row) The PE program is well-rounded (offers a wide variety of activities). I would like to be able to choose the PE units/activities. PE teachers at WHS are consistent with one another regarding rules, expectations, and grading. The scheduling of PE for only one semester each year in Grades 10, 11, and 12 is good. Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Agree.. 16

17 Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Agree PE should be scheduled throughout the entire year in Grades 10, 11, and Please indicate which of the following statements best reflects your opinions. (select one) I receive too little PE each week I receive the right amount of PE each week I receive too much PE each week 10. Please indicate which of the following are important aspects of PE: (select all that apply) Gives you a break from other classes Helps the brain prepare to learn more in other classes Fun and good times Provides you with a way to release stress Gives you a chance to exercise during the day Provides you with an activity that you find enjoyable Teaches you the skills of different games Lets you do something you don't have time for otherwise Other (type-in) Allows you the opportunity to experience a team sport Lets you try something new Provides a chance to strengthen/stretch for other sports/activities Re-energizes you for the school day Motor skill development Physical fitness improvement Social skill development 11. After PE class, I feel... (select one in each row) Alert Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Agree Energized Happy 17

18 Like I got a great workout Like I didn't get a great workout More focused Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Agree Tired Other (type-in) 12. How many hours do you spend being physically active outside of school each week? (select one) 0 hours Less than 1 hour 1 hour 18 2 hours 3 hours 4 or more hours 13. How likely are you to continue participating in physical activity after high school? (select one) Not At All Likely Not Very Likely Somewhat Likely Mostly Likely Very Likely 14. Would you be interested in taking a PE or Health elective course during the semester when you don't have the regular PE curriculum scheduled? (select one) No Yes 15. If you answered "yes" to question 14, what type of elective course would interest you? (select all that apply) Advanced Aerobics Advanced Strategies in Team Sports Advanced Strength Training Advanced Topics in Health Education Lifeguard Training Physical Fitness Boot Camp

19 Teaching, Coaching, and Recreational Leadership Zumba Other (type-in) Done 19

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