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6th Grade students must have TDAP in order to begin 7th grade. Proof must be provided to Records Office at Cope Middle School.
The Redlands High School Counselors want to encourage all our future parents and guardians to attend our annual 8th into 9th Grade Parent Night on Monday, April 10 at 6:00 p.m. in Clock Auditorium on the RHS campus. Topics to be covered included graduation requirements, registration forms, honors programs, summer school, student activities, and academic policies.á The High School asks that you download and print the registration documents.
PE Co-ed: 6th, 7th, 8th Grade
Instructor: Ms. Hammond   
The Physical Education Department at Cope is very proud of the fact that we offer a comprehensive, sequentially planned, non-competitive program, which promotes physical, mental, emotional, and social well being.  Utilizing the state framework as our guide, we established a series of 5-week courses that will help each student in his or her pursuit of life-long health.  Each week students will particpate in daily fitness-developing activities, and bi-weekly cardiovascular fitness workouts.
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P.E. Units
All Grades & All Classes:

Push ups & Curl-ups: All students should be doing 15-25 push ups and 32-50 curl-ups at home each night. The blacktop is too hot, uneven, and hard to engage in these strength building activities on a regular basis.

Medical Conditions: If you have a medical condition (diabetes, asthma, allergic to bees, heart condition, etc.) please send a parent/doctor's note to the school office as well as to me so I am aware of the condition and can modify activities as needed.

Absence Reminder: If you miss P.E. for any reason (sick, appointment, field trip, wedding, etc.) you need to see Mrs. Hammond for a make up form or download and print the make up form file to get credit for the absence. Up to ten days a year can be made up using the absence form. After ten days all absences must be made up at school. Also, all missed mile runs must be made up at school.

Cold Weather: As a reminder...on cold days students can wear any color sweatshirts or sweatpants (preferably without pockets) OVER their PE clothes. Students can not wear leggings, shirts, jeans, etc. UNDER their PE clothes. Reminder....no beanies or hats are allowed at school. This is a district policy.

Please see attached files for more information about Healthy Fitness Zones for Fitness Testing, P.E. Make Ups and Physical Education Expectations, Policies, and Procedure.

6th Grade:
From January 9th to February 10th all 6th grade students will be engaged in a project adventure unit every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Project Adventure activities include critical thinking and cooperative learning games. All students will be engaged in cardiovascular activities every Tuesday and Thursday.

7th Grade: From January 9th to February 10th all 7th grade students will be engaged in a tumbling unit every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. All students will be engaged in cardiovascular activities every Tuesday and Thursday.

8th Grade: From January 9th to February 10th all 8th grade students will be engaged in a football unit every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. All students will be engaged in cardiovascular activities every Tuesday and Thursday.
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