STAFF
  • Michele Rusnak,
    Health & PE Supervisor,
    414-9779
  • Tracy Lunoff,
    Health & PE Supervisor,
    414-9778
  • Pat Werner,
    Health & PE Specialist,
    414-4614
  • Diana Perez,
    Health & PE Bookkeeper,
    414-9669
  • Ian Kahn,
    Staff Wellness Specialist,
    414-4604> 414-4903

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Overview and Requirements for Pre-K Physical Education/Activity, Health Education, and Coordinated School Health

Pre-K teachers must provide students with physical education and recess to ensure compliance in local, state, and federal mandates for physical activity and Coordinated School Health.

Coordinated School Health

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Required Physical Education/Activity Time

Recommended Physical Activities

Brain Break activities are strongly recommended to use in the classroom after students have been sitting for longer than 60 minutes. Brain Breaks are quick and easy activities that are short in duration (5-10 minutes). The purpose of Brain Breaks is to give students the opportunity to refocus by allowing blood and oxygen to flow to the brain. Brain Breaks are fun and highly effective.

Why is Physical Activity so important?

Research is showing how important physical activity is for student learning. W.O.W., Brain Breaks, Physical Education and Recess must be a part of a student’s daily routine during school hours. All activities not only provide physical benefits to students, but also support student learning.

John J Ratey, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Research Synthesizer, Speaker, Clinical Psychiatrist and Author. Dr. Ratey has collected his research in his new book called Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain. Ratey says, “Emerging research shows that physical activity sparks biological changes that encourage brain cells to bind to one another. For the brain to learn, these connections must be made." He also states in his book, "...exercise provides an unparalleled stimulus, creating an environment in which the brain is ready, willing, and able to learn. Exercise is fertilizer for the brain."

Pre-K Physical Education Curriculum

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Guia de Instruccion y Planeacion de Educacion Fisica para Pre

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Elementary Campus Focus Weeks

Obesity Awareness Week: September

CATCH Kick-Off Documents

Classroom Teachers

Specialized Support Staff

Child Nutrition

Physical Education

Principal

Tobacco Awareness Week: November

Wellness Week: April