The Crestview/Nuevas Fronteras P.E. Report!!!

   -- Kids in Motion – Stay in Motion --  


Taught by Mr. Haesley, Ms. Raso, and Mr. Spring, our Elmentary Physical Education program at Crestview/Nuevas Fronteras strives to promote daily physical activity that equips our students with the skills and drive to live long, active, and healthy lifestyles.

This website will act as a tool for students, parents, and community members to keep updated on the world of physical education at Crestview/Nuevas Fronteras Elementary School.

Monthly Newsletter:  SEPTEMBER

District 833 Physical Education Mission:  The K-12 Physical Education department is committed to the development of the whole child by fostering a positive attitude towards fitness and physical activity and by promoting an appreciation of lifelong health and wellness.

September in ReviewWhat a great start to the 2010-2011 school year!  We started the year off with introductory activities and moved right into soccer.  Our Physical Education department consists of 3 teachers.  Mr. Haesly and Miss Raso are here all day, while Mr. Spring joins us in the afternoons.  This year, all physical education classes are putting an extra emphasis on becoming more fitness conscious.  We implement these fitness concepts during our warm-up as well as continuing them during our activity of the day. 

What to look forward to in OctoberOur units in October include: Football Skills, Roller-skating and Field Hockey

**Mark Your Calendars**

Tuesday, October 19th is our annual "FAMILY SKATE NITE" at the Wooddale Recreation Center in Woodbury.  Please keep your eye out for a flyer to be sent home with more information regarding Family Nite.


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