Dena Cook

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Hello everyone! My name is Mrs. Cook and this is my 14th year here at H.E.S. I am excited to begin our school year and look forward to teaching you! I hope to incorporate a variety of new games and fitness activities into my P.E. program; if you have any suggestions please drop them off in the suggestion box or shoot me an email!! I am always looking for new ideas : )

Games help children learn important skills such as problem solving, sharing, following rules and directions and being a team player. Aside from games, students will be introduced to sports for recreational purposes while developing sportsmanship qualities.  These skills will help develop agility, balance, cardio-vascular endurance, flexibility and strength.

Although this year may look a little different this year, I am still very excited to be teaching you both in person and online. I have created a google classroom for each grade level and will be posting my assignments/activities there twice a week (once a week for pre k). Things will look a little different then last year, so instead of having choice boards you will have one or two unit based activities to perform. You may be asked to use google forms or submit answers to me weekly through google classroom. At times I will also encourage pictures or videos. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email me at dcook@hesk6.us 

Physical Education Welcome Letter/Rules & Grading Procedures: 
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GJIaRPhSXS86_OgV9JdLRe4pkfcJtqN4a23faDL9GnU/edit

When Does Your Child Have Physical Education:

Pre K Ms. Arbore & Ms. Prosser: Tuesday


Kindergarten - Mrs. Ciafardini: Tuesday & Thursday


First Grade - Mrs. Tarriff: Monday & Thursday


Mrs. Montana’s Class: Tuesday & Thursday 


Mrs. Golembiewski’s Class: Monday & Thursday 


Second Grade - Ms. Culp: Tuesday & Wednesday 


Second Grade - Ms. Kelly: Wednesday & Thursday 


Third Grade - Mrs. Cusson: Monday & Tuesday


Fourth Grade- Mrs. McBain: Wednesday & Thursday


Fifth Grade- Ms. Lebel: Monday & Wednesday 


Mr. Tarriff’s Class: Monday & Wednesday 


Sixth Grade - Mr. Mahoney: Monday & Wednesday 







KIDS HEALTHY HEART THANK YOU PRIZES - UPDATE FROM AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KI9hFtnu72S_6XvB24RQDTXGU1oBMrMn/view?usp=sharing









 
  • 2019-2020 Information: 
  • Congrats to Angelina Kennish for being our "Top Dog" in donations this year. Our school raised over $4,900 dollars for the American Heart Association. Thank you to all the HES families and staff members who donated!  

 

  • Congratulations to our Speed Stack Champion - Ethan Hartsgrove


                  September & October 
P.E. Activities:

Grades Pre K- 1: Introduction and review of pathways, spatial awareness, changing levels and speeds, animal walks and hand eye coordination using scarves

Grades 2-3: Review of pathways, locomotor movements and introduction to hand eye coordination and catching using noodle poppers 

Grades 4-6: Five components of fitness review, hand eye coordination review and catching using poppers 

P.E. Rules:

1. Sneakers Must Be Worn During P.E.

2. Please wear the appropriate clothes in P.E. (No dresses or skirts. As the colder months approach please have students bring in sweatshirts/jackets, we will be going outside. Long hair should be pulled back)

3. No Jewelry

4. Follow Directions The First Time Given

5. Respect Each other & Our Equipment

6. Do Your Best

7. Play Safe & Have Fun!

***Grades are based on preparation (including participation), behavior and attitude. Students who are unprepared more than 3 times will have a N for Needs Improvement on their report card.



 
What does the President's Challenge test for?

These five events test students on muscular strength, endurance, speed and agility and flexibility.

The physical fitness test/challenge rates students in three levels of achievement. They are as follows:

  • Presidential (students who achieve an outstanding level of physical fitness. Students who qualify within the 85th percentile in all five events are eligible for this award)
  • National (Students who score above the 50th percentile on all five events demonstrate a basic, yet challenging level of physical fitness.)
  • Participation (Students whose scores fall belows the 50th percentile will receive a participation certifciate for completting all of five events)

 

  • SPRING FITNESS TESTING - TBD 
  • Please remember the following items for the mile run: 
  • Water Bottle with your name on it
  • Sneakers
  • Sweatshirt/Jacket (depending on weather)
  • Ipod/mp3 player


Exercises To Do At Home:
 
Fall Activities: Couch sit ups, ride your bike, skate board park, take your pet for a walk or jog and play tag with siblings or friends



Helpful Health Links:

//www.choosemyplate.gov/

http://www.presidentschallenge.org

http://kidshealth.org

http://www.pecentral.org/websites/kidsites.html

http://www.marathonkids.org/

http://www.thecoolspot.gov/

http://pbskids.org/itsmylife/body/

http://exhibits.pacsci.org/nutrition/nutrition_cafe.html

http://kidnetic.com/

https://www.gonoodle.com/dashboard
http://www.dosespot.com/health-science-for-kids.html
http://rdvsportsplex.dental-orlando.com/fitness-fun-and-games-for-kids

http://www.playgroundequipment.com/physical-education-guide


http://www.healthcare.com/info/health-care/health-and-the-human-body

https://www.healthcare.com/info/health-care/health-and-the-human-body

 

 

 

 

 

 

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