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Michelle McConnell

What is Happening in P.E.

 

 

 

It has been my pleasure teaching the amazing students here at Creekside, and I am looking forward to another great year next year!  I hope that everyone has a wonderful and safe summer.

 

 

 

Mrs. McConnell

 

Some important things to remember when your child has his or her P.E. days are:

1) Student Attire

In an effort to provide the best opportunity for student's learning and success, parents need to make sure their child comes dressed properly for P.E. class. Students should have:

A) Tennis shoes with laces and socks--No skateboarder shoes with loose laces allowed, no sandals, boots, Ugg boots, rain boots, or crocks are allowed.

B) Comfortable clothes--If dresses are worn, please be sure shorts are worn underneath

2) Student Injury/Illness

Students need to bring a note from a parent/guardian if they are unable to participate in P.E. class.  This note is only valid for two P.E. classes.  If more time is needed to heal, a note from a doctor is required.

It is our belief that while an injury/illness may prevent a child from doing ALL activities during P.E. class, there are many activities in which they can still participate.  Thus, all notes to the P.E. Teacher should include:

A) Specific injury or illness

B) Specific activities child is not allowed to participate in

C) Parent signature and phone number

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At-Home PE Equipment

 

Washable Sidewalk Chalk

 

9" Latex Balloons, Assorted 20ct

 

Playground Ball  (8.5-Inch)

 

Jump Rope for Fitness, 6 Feet Length

 

Tennis Ball