Health and Physical Education
Fitness Testing
In 2013, the Prudential FitnessGram was adopted as the physical fitness assessment for the Presidential Youth Fitness Program test.  To sign-up for FREE online resources(Professional development training, Physical Educator guide, Presidential Youth Fitness Program Checklist, and FitnessGram Reference guide) click on the following link: http://pyfp.org/how-it-works/get-started 
 
 

Charlotte Mecklenburg Guidelines:

1. Students in grades 3-5 are fitness tested at least 1x a year
2. Students in grades 6-12 are fitness tested at least 2x a semester/year
​3. ***Students should NOT be graded on their performance on the fitness test***

Fitness Test components:

  1. Cardiorespiratory endurance: Teachers choose either the 15m or 20m Pacer or the 1 mile (whatever test you choose for their 1st attempt should always be used for all future assessments)
  2. Muscular endurance: Curl-Up test
  3. Muscular strength: Push-Up Test
  4. Flexibility: Teachers choose either the shoulder right/left stretch, trunk lift, or V-sit (whatever test you choose for their 1st attempt should always be used for all future assessments)



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Phone: 980-343-3000
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