Shelton High School

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Fitness Awards

 Every student has an opportunity to earn a Climber Fitness Award for the Mile, Pushups and Situps. There are 3 levels of awards, each with a certificate that looks great in a student's senior portfolio.  A White Award is our lowest level of achievement, followed by Red and Black, the highest level of achievement.  Each test must be verified and certified by the teacher.  Here are the three tests with descriptions and the award levels.

Mile Award - based on a full mile run (4 laps around the track or 12 laps in the mini dome)

                   White                        Red                         Black

Boys:             6:40                    6:10                    5:40

Girls:              8:40                    8:20                    8:00


Pushup Award - This is a cadence test, only feet and hands can touch the ground and the shoulder must go

                      to parallel with the elbows.  There is no rest time during this test...


                   White                        Red                         Black
Boys:              40                       50                        60
Girls:               25                       30                        35
Situp Award - This test is a two minute test, trying to do as many as possible.  The hands must stay in contact
                    with the shoulders, back must touch the floor, and elbows to the knees.  It is okay to have a
                    partner hold the feet.
                   White                        Red                         Black
Boys:              80                      100                      120
Girls:               80                       90                      100


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