5 days ago The district is beginning to roll out another learning tool and platform (Canvas) this week to help teachers support at home learning. This will allow teachers another avenue to connect with our students. Teachers will be training this week to learn how to best use this technology. The current plan is to have it ready for students to use beginning April 14th. READ MORE
Mar 25, 2020 Each week I will try to add to my resources page to offer a variety of physical activity and informative health information. Take a look and give it a try. Stay active and healthy!!!
Mar 23, 2020 Hope everyone is healthy and doing well as we start our 2nd week of Home-Based Learning. I am putting activities on our grade-level learning boards each week. I encourage you to stay active and to find safe and creative ways to get exercise and physical activity in and around your homes. Take your health and well-being serious during this time away from school. READ MORE
Mar 18, 2020 Frequently wash your hands for at least 20 seconds Avoid touching eyes,nose, and mouth with unwashed hands Avoid close contact with people that are sick Social distancing - avoid large groups and crowded areas Clean and disinfect your areas of work Cover coughs and sneezes If sick, stay home and/or seek medical advice
Mar 17, 2020 https://openphysed.org/activeschools/activehome OPEN has an activity log, at-home games, activity calendars, and additional content for grades K-12 https://www.pecentral.org/bp/bps/activitylogtrainum.html Here is an activity log for students to do with some pre-created activities! https://www.shapeamerica.org/covid19-resources.aspx This comes from SHAPE it has an activity calendar and at home games for students to get involved in.
Mar 16, 2020 There are numerous things you can do at home to remain physically active. Here are some ideas for this week:: 1. Create an exercise routine and gradually increase the length of time each day (5,10,15,20,25 minutes) 2. Household chores - clean room, do laundry, clean garage, yardwork, walk the dog, take out the trash 3. If you have stairs/steps - Repeatedly climb up and down for a designated amount of time. 4. READ MORE
Aug 25, 2019 Just want to welcome all incoming P.E. students this school year. I am looking forward to providing a fun and rewarding experience for students through physical activity . We will participate in a wide variety of activities and athletics to help students develop an understanding and appreciation for the positive and health-enhancing benefits that physical activity can provide. Let's create healthy habits and ejoy the process of practice and play!!
Aug 25, 2019 Good sportsmanship is a key component of success in sports, games, and other aspects of our lives.. Respect is a word often linked to sportsmanship. Here are some ways you can show good sportsmanship: 1. Put team goals ahead of your own. Be selfless, not selfish 2. Pick up your teammates when they fail. We all make mistakes! 3. Respect the game. Learn and understand all of the rules 4. Always try your best! Effort is noticed by teammates 5. Take care of equipment. READ MORE
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