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PHYSICAL EDUCATION DISTANCE LEARNING
 
As we have moved to Distance Learning as a District, we want to update you as to how we are operating in the Physical Education Department.

Our goals have not changed. We are still striving to hit all the State Standards which include teaching Social-Emotional Learning/Wellness. We are off to a great start and are excited to improve our program during this difficult time.

We are encouraging our students to elevate their heart rate for at least 30 minutes a day (CDC guideline). This does not need to be consecutive; it can be broken up during the day. We have teacher-led workout videos posted and also have provided plenty of alternative resources. We have heard from many students that they are being active with the entire family. This makes us very happy to hear. If any of you need more resources, please contact your child's PE teacher.

We are posting assignments in Google Classroom each Monday, so students will have sufficient time to complete them during the course of the week. Our motto is "Quality Over Quantity." We are available to meet with students on Google Hangouts if they have questions about the weekly assignments. 

Our PE team misses our face-to-face interactions with our students. We truly hope the work we put in this school year is helping our students stay motivated to stay active daily because of the benefits that come with it.

Stay strong, Wolves!
Physical Education

Physical Education

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WELCOME TO THE HOME OF PACIFIC TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
 
The Pacific Trails Middle School Physical Education staff believes that every student can achieve excellence regardless of size, maturity, coordination, body type, or other physical capability.
 
As a department, we are concerned with developing a child's positive attitude toward physical education that will last a lifetime.
 
Pacific Trails Physical Education strives to maintain an activity/standard-based program while teaching lifelong fitness in a safe and enjoyable environment.
 
Our goal as a staff is to develop physically literate individuals who have the knowledge, skills and confidence to become and remain physically active for a lifetime.
 
A PHYSICALLY LITERATE INDIVIDUAL:
  • Uses a variety of skills to participate in physical activities.
  • Knows how to move and use strategies when they play games.
  • Knows and practices the skills that help them maintain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Act fairly, responsibly, and respectfully when they participate in activities.
  • Knows why it is important to be physically active.
Please visit our teachers website below to learn more about our Physical Education Programs!
Teachers

Teachers

 Name Classes Taught  e-Mail  Phone Ex.  Webpage 
         
 Ms.Bell
PE Dept. Chair
 Physical Education
 4633
 
Check out Coach Bell's webpage
         
 Ms. Hogelucht
 Physical Education/
Art/English
 e-mail  4728 Check out Coach Hogelucht's webpage 
         
Mr. Lackey Physical Education  e-mail    Check out Coach Lackey's webpage 
         
 Mr. Olson 
 Physical Education
 
 4632
 
Check out Coach Olson's webpage 

 
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Wellness

Wellness

Not only is the importance of physical fitness supported in our program, but we also emphasize student wellness, which includes:

Social Wellness
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 Emotional WellnessA downward pointing arrow
Physical Wellness
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 Intellectual Wellness
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One who is who is positively engaged in the school culture and surrounding community.  One who builds and fosters emotional awareness while relating to others in a positive way. A student who has the knowledge to live a healthy lifestyle through physical activity and eating balanced meals. A student who engages in expanding their knowledge and skills in a variety of tasks and sharing with others.

 
 
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