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Mr. Platt

609-653-0100 ext. 1667

I was born and raised in Egg Harbor Township and now I reside in the nearby community, Somers Point.  I am a proud graduate of the class of 2000 from EHTHS.  I attended West Virginia University for my undergraduate degree in Health and Physical Education. I have since graduated from Walden University with a master's degree in Education with a Specialization in Teacher Leadership.   I have always had strong passion for teaching and coaching, which lead me into this profession at an early age.  I love the opportunity I have to work with our youth in both academic and athletic capacities to promote a better future.


  100% effort is required!!!  Changing everyday does NOT ensure a passing grade.

      Participation is a MUST!

  Students must change everyday into clothes not worn to school, even if on a


ü  ü      ü      T-shirt or sweat shirt (no tank tops)

ü  ü      ü      Shorts or sweat pants (no cut-offs)

ü  ü      ü      Sneakers (must have a back and regular heel – no thick heels)

  Be through the double doors before the late bell and report to your squad five

      minutes after the late bell.

  Report to your squad on time. Sit up straight and wait for directions.

  NO jewelry.

  Purchase a lock for your locker.

  Use your locker during your Physical Education period only.

  Do NOT leave valuables on the locker room benches.  Lock them up! 
  Locks are NOT to be left on in the locker room overnight.

  No eating, drinking or gum chewing.

  Remain in the gym or locker room until the passing bell.

  Bring an extra sweatshirt to class in case it’s cold outside. 




ü  ü      ü      One-day excuses can be from a parent or guardian. Excessive notes will require a Dr. note.

ü  ü      ü      Extended medical excuses must be from a Doctor and taken directly to the Nurse before school or during lunch period.

ü  ü      ü      Medical excuses do not excuse you from changing for P.E. Everyone is required to change.

ü  ü      ü      A student unable to participate must complete written assignments for participation credit.

ü  ü      ü      Medical notes must be received prior to the end of the marking period.



 Every student begins each marking period with 100 points.  Points are deducted in the areas of dress/participation, sportsmanship/attitude, and skill/knowledge. 


Health Education

70% Tests/Quizzes

30% Participation


Physical Education

90% Participation

10% Quarterly Exam


*** Remember the grading policy has been changed.  During the 1st MP a student can earn no lower than a 50.  During the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th MPs a zero may be issued.