Hope that your student's school year has been fabulous! It's hard to believe that we're in the last week of school!
We are excited about the Bowling Unit that we are ending the year with. During this Unit, we will be stressing the proper ediquitte in a bowling alley, as well as how to roll to the target (the bowling pins). The main thing that we expect of all of our students, during any unit, is that they give us their BEST EFFORT every day and show us their BEST SPORTSMANSHIP!!!
We have completed our Fitness Challenge and you will see the results included in the end of the year packets if they qualified for an award.
Please consider "Go Noodle" as part of your family activity time. It is an internet based program with numerous guided physical activities for you and your family to do together! Try it, your child has experienced "Go Noodle" in their Physical Education classes and simply love it. Here is the link that will take you to the sign up page. It is a great VERY ACTIVE, VERY FUN, INDOOR ACTIVITY!!!
Just a little reminder that students are required to wear proper fitting sneakers (athletic shoes) every day to school, since they have PE every day. It would be very helpful to have your child wear shoes that do not have laces if they do not know how to tie a good, tight bow. In the mean time please, please, please have your child practice, with your guidance, the art of shoe tying. It is something they will need to practice often in order for them to become proficient. Should you choose to use it, there is a PDF file on shoe lace tying that can be used as a resource in teaching your child to tie a bow.
Thanks so much for coming to my website. I appreciate the time that I have been able to spend with your child!
MAKE TIME TO GET PHYSICAL THIS SUMMER!!!
Coach Pam Hicks
Primary PE 352-259-7700 ext. 4350
A THOUGHT TO LIVE BY:
"When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot become manifest, strength cannot be exerted, wealth becomes useless, and reason becomes powerless."
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