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Physical Education (PE) Curriculum for Grades Pre K-5:

Tumbling Equipment and Additional Floor Mats: This equipment is used in every elementary school during a 3-week unit in tumbling. Students have the opportunity to work on balance, transfer of weight, build strength and flexibility with a wide-ranging curriculum that gives students an understanding and confidence of how their body moves. Each school also has a set of their own floor mats to reinforce what is taught throughout the year.

Railyard Fitness Obstacle Course: The benefit of this equipment is its versatility. It can be used in a multitude of ways including supplementing the tumbling equipment, as a component of an obstacle course, for balancing, or as a station to work on a variety of fitness components.

Net Systems and Paddles: All schools have a net system in place for students to learn various games from pickleball, to tennis, and volleyball to work on striking and volleying skills. This improves students’ hand-eye coordination and exposes them to a variety of activities that are lifelong to keep them active well past their student careers.

Digital Pedometers/Heart Rate Monitors: Each school in the district has tools for students to use to gain an understanding of their own health and how to monitor their physical activity. Students are educated on how to use the technology for their benefit to track heart rate, activity time, setting personal goals, and increase motivation.

Fitness Equipment: BOSU balls are a versatile piece of fitness equipment that are used during fitness stations to work on muscular strength, endurance balance, and cardiovascular endurance. They are also used during tumbling, while exploring different fundamentals of movement, or as other additions to activities to make them fun and interesting for students. Balance Pods and Wiggle Boards give the students options when it comes to their balancing skills by using a variety of apparatuses.

Speed Stacks: Sport Stacking, also known as cup stacking or speed stacking, is an amazing sport of fitness, agility, concentration, and quickness. Not only do students benefit from Speed Stacks inside the Physical Education setting, but the development of their fine motor movements translate directly back into the classroom. Schools have both the regular size cups and jumbo version to keep activities fun and fresh and add a cooperative component.

 

Physical Education (PE) Curriculum for Grades 6-8

Digital Pedometers/Heart Rate Monitors: Each school in the district has tools for students to use to gain an understanding of their own health and how to monitor their physical activity. Students are educated on how to use the technology for their benefit to track heart rate, activity time, setting personal goals, and increase motivation.

Fitness Equipment: BOSU balls are a versatile piece of fitness equipment that are used during fitness stations to work on muscular strength, endurance balance, and cardiovascular endurance.

Health: Additional Health Units are covered in grades 6th-8th.