Name: Annie Castle/Matt Evans
Department: Physical Education
Room Number: 411
Email Address: email@example.com
Conference Time: 9:40-10:10 daily
8:10-8:55 3rd Grade
8:55-9:40 5th Grade
10:55-11:40 4th Grade
12:25-1:10 1st grade
1:10-1:55 2nd grade
2:10-3:10 Enrichment Class
Monday: 5th Grade
Tuesday: 2nd Grade
Wednesday 4th Grade
Thursday 3rd GradeWelcome to the wonderful world of Physical Education.We stress the importance of Fitness through Fun and Play!Please help us keep your child safe!Make sure they wear tennis shoes!
Humble ISD Physical Education Mission Statement
All elementary school-aged children will participate in a physical education program
that will increase physical competence, health-related fitness and self responsibility,
so that they can establish physical activity as a natural part of every day life.WPE Mission Statement:WPE will empower our studentsand staff to be critical thinkers and positive communicators.We pledge to model and facilitate personal responsibilityand global citizenship.WPE Vision Statement:WPE fosters leadership and collaborationfor school, families and community in acreative and trusting environment.FALL 2019 ACTIVITIESPhysical Education ActivitiesState-Mandated Fitnessgram Testing for 3rd-5th will begin again this fall.Students are tested on Curl-Ups, Push-Ups, Flexibility, and Aerobic Endurance.
WPE Team Challenges!!Grades 2-5th will participate in the WPE End of Summer Team Challenges during September and October. Friendly competitions will emphasize teamwork, sportsmanship, integrity, participation and perseverance while developing self-esteem and understanding of "best effort". Some of the competitions will include challenges in Pavilion Kickball, Scooter Soccer, Texas Shootout, Human Pinball, Dodge Frenzy, Blitz and many more!Kindergarten and 1st grade will be working/playing activities such as Shipwreck, Parachutes, Movement Challenges, Dead Bugs to strengthen skills in movement, personal space, locomotor patterns and initial understanding of rules and games.FITNESS TESTINGAll students in grades 3rd-5th grade are required to be tested annually through the state Fitnessgram program. Students will be assessed in various fitness activities including curl-ups, push-ups, flexibility, and aerobic endurance. Through class activities we will focus on developing strength, flexibility, and endurance through fun activities in all grade levels.Fitnessgram testing will begin in October and held various times throughout the year.MARATHON CHALLENGEStudents in grades Kindergarten-5th will participate in the Marathon Challenge during classes. Each student will "run a marathon" (26.2 miles) throughout the school year. Students who complete the challenge will be awarded a marathon t-shirt at the end of the school year. (donated by Steve and Paula Boone who are marathon enthusiasts in our community and love to spread the joy and health benefits associated with running)PANDA PATROL SIGN-UPAll 4th graders will have the opportunity to apply for Safety Patrol.After filling out application, they must have a parent and teacher signature for approval.Applications due the week of January 13thSpring 2020 ActivitiesRodeo RunFriday, Feb. 28details released closer to dateSuper Kids DayFriday May 1, 2020Details released closer to dateSpring 2019 activitiesSUPER KIDS DAYFRIDAY, MAY 24, 2019Please donate the following canned drink cases for the concession stand: Coke, Sprite and Fanta StrawberryYour donation allows us to finance all the free activities for the day includingZorb Ball Races, Bounce Houses, Hungry Hippos, Sumo Wrestling and much much more. Over 30 free activities for students.Fee items include Face Painting ($1 and $2 designs), and the Concession Stand (All items $1).Funds from the Concession Stand Finance the Super Kids Day FREE activities.Come join your children for the best day of the year!!!Grade Level TimesKindergarten and First 8:30-10:00Second, Third and Fifth 10:30-12Fourth Grade 1-2:30First Tee Champions ChallengeCongratulations to JP and Sarah Silva for competing in the 2018 First Tee Champions Challenge Golf Tournament on Saturday, March 24. Over 200 students from schools in southeast Texas competed in the 9 hole competition. For those interested in the First Tee, information can be found at http://www.
thefirstteegreaterhouston.org/ ways-to-give/register/new- member-registration/PANDA PATROL SIGN-UPAll 4th graders will have the opportunity to apply for Safety Patrol.After filling out application, they must have a parent and teacher signature for approval.Applications due the week of January 16.