Physical Education

PThe Physical Education's primary goal is to develop students' fundamental movement skills within a variety of developmentally appropriate games and activities. The program will also enhance students' personal fitness and provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to engage in a variety of physical activities. Personal and social responsibility, self-directed learning, and problem solving skills are also reinforced throughout the curriculum. 

The overall goal of this program is to enhance students' disposition toward leading a physically active lifestyle.

                      Every Child is a winner



                     “It’s not about winning and losing, it’s about how you play the game.”


OCTOBER IS NATIONAL BULLY PREVENTION MONTH


This nationwide campaign, started by PACER’S National Bullying Prevention Center in 2006; reaches out to communities, schools and families around the world to educate about the need to keep kids safe in schools. 

The PACER Center was founded in 1977 by parents with children and youth with disabilities to help other parents and families facing similar challenges.  

Visit some  of the following websites for more information :
* KidsAgainstBullying.org
* StopBullying.gov
* STOMP OUT Bullying 

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:

" Fit is not a destination - it's a way of life." 


REMINDER: With the cooler weather approaching, the only sweatshirt permitted to be worn during PE class, is the gray St. Aidan sweatshirt that has no hood.