Children’s House

  • Spatial Awareness: Students will learn about personal space and moving safely, among others.  
  • Motor Skills: Students will become familiar with or learn different basic motor skills (walking, running, skipping, galloping, etc.).
  • Levels and Speed: Students learn how to move at different levels from the ground and how to move at different speeds,

Lower Elementary

  • Sportsmanship: Students will engage in physical activities and discussions in order to learn about what it means to be a “good/poor sport” and how to be someone “fun” to play with. Topics covered include: being a good teammate, being a good opponent, how to lose gracefully and win humbly, cheating and fair play, anger, and maintaining the integrity of the sport.
  • Cognitive Games: Students will use strategy and logic in activities that will also help to improve basic physical skills like jumping/hopping, throwing/catching, kicking, etc.

Upper Elementary

  • Sportsmanship: Students will engage in physical activities and discussions in order to learn about what it means to be a “good/poor sport” and begin to understand how sportsmanship extends beyond P.E. and playing sports. Topics covered include: being a good teammate, being a good opponent, how to lose gracefully and win humbly, cheating and fair play, anger, and maintaining the integrity of the sport.
  • Cognitive Games: Students will use strategy and logic in activities that will refine basic physical skills like jumping/hopping, throwing/catching, kicking, etc.

Adolescent Community

  • Sportsmanship: Students will engage in physical activities and discussions in order to define and exemplify good and poor sportsmanship.  They will learn how sportsmanship extends beyond P.E. and playing sports. They will learn about self-control and respect as it pertains to real life adult experiences. Topics covered include: being a good teammate, being a good opponent, how to lose gracefully and win humbly, cheating and fair play, anger, and maintaining the integrity of the sport. 
  • Sports Psychology: Students will learn about what happens to their minds in the context of sport and exercise. Some topics we will cover are: motivation, mental training to enhance performance, strategies to improve concentration and minimize distractions, techniques to build up confidence, and how our bodies respond to stress and ways to manage it.