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P.E. Teachers:
Mr. Dussol & Mrs. McNamara


PE News:

For the next two weeks, students in Mrs. McNamara's PE classes will be learning about basketball skills. Students will learn dribbling, partner passing, shooting on the hoops, and a few fun basketball tag games!





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The week of Nov. 27- Dec. 1st:

Mr. Cam from Northeast Passage visited Main Street School Physical Education classes with 20+ wheelchairs to teach students about "Similarity Awareness" via wheelchair sports. This is a valuable and beneficial program for Main Street School students.

Thank you Exeter PTO for your support!


For more information about Northeast Passage and the programs they offer, visit their website HERE!!


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P.E. Units & Skills
Parachute
Basketball
Just Dance for the Wii
Bowling
Winter Olympics
Floor Hockey
Sled Hockey & the Paralympics
Jump Rope For Heart
Lacrosse
Party dances
Team Building Activites

Karate International will visit Main Street School in February!
Mr. Craig Wharem and Ms. C. will teach the students a variety of karate moves and skills which encourage self-discipline and respect. For more information about Karate International, visit their website HERE  !!

Gymnastics:
Goals: 1. BE SAFE, 2. BUILD TRUST, 3. LEARN AND HAVE FUN!
Activities: Students will learn mat skills such as balancing, jumping & landing, the three positions: tuck, pike, straddle; forward rolls, cartwheels, round offs, and tripod balance.
Students will also learn how to use gymnastics equipment safely such as the balance beam, parallel bars, climbing/swinging rope, rolling on the cheese (wedge) mat, climbing the cargo net and rock wall, as well as several other challenges!

Circus Stations:
Students learned: balancing, juggling, different movements related to the circus.
Activities: Students traveled through six stations related to the circus. 

Halloween Activities:
Students learned: Ghost Busters Tag - a cooperative tag game with fitness components. The Ghost Buster Dance and  the Thriller dance - two dances where students learned rhythm, beat, and coordination in dance.

Rugby & Football:
Students learned: about where Rugby and Football came from, how to move with the ball, how to throw and catch in each sport.

Cricket:
Students learned: About the game of cricket, where it is played, and basic rules. The skills focused on SAFETY, striking a ball off a tee, running between the "wickets," and throwing/catching!
Activities: Mini games of Cricket.

Soccer:
Students learned: Soccer dribbling, trapping, striking toward partners and the goal, and most importantly...HAVE FUN!

Activities: High Five Dribble Freeze Tag, Friend vs. Foe, British Bulldog Tag

Fitness Olympics:
Mr. Dussol and Mrs. McNamara's P.E. classes learned about FITNESS and working towards each individual's personal best. Students learned what fitness means and its importance.

All PE classes learn about goal setting and fitness in our Fitness Olympics Unit. Grade 2 students record their goal of the school year as well as their fitness findings in the fall and spring to see their improvement over the school year. It is a fun, team-building fitness activity!

Fitness=
1. strong muscles
(lifting heavy things)
2. Flexibility
(strong muscles)
3. Endurance
(running, jumping rope, moving for a long time without tiring)

For a look at the Personal Best Peer Assessment 2nd grade students completed
click  Here

Cooperative Team Building:
Students learned: Team building, problem solving, and communication skills.
Activities: The Partner Game, Pairs-add-on tag, Island Ball team initiative game.

Party dances!
1. cha-cha slide
2. chicken dance
3. cupid shuffle
4. macarena
5. P.E. version of the "Whip & Nae Nae"

Bowling
Cues: 
1. Step with opposite foot
2. Palm up
3. Move arm straight back then straight forward
4. Follow through to pins


Through the Jump Rope For Heart program, students will:

  •    Learn the importance of the heart – how it works, and how to take care of it.
  • Help kids with special hearts.
  • Feel good for making a difference in people’s lives!
  • Learn how to keep their heart healthy through the PE jump rope curriculum!
Sports from around the world! Students in PE learned about Soccer (Futbol), Cricket, Rugby and the countries that created these sports: England, Singapore, Ireland.

Cooperation through Parachute activities.

 Student will be learning about the Paralympic games and the athletes that participate in those sports. Some examples of Paralympic sports are Sled Hockey, Goal Ball, and Sit Volleyball





 Mrs. McNamara's P.E. Classes
cmcnamara@sau16.org

Kindergarten:
Mrs. Buinicky Extended
Ms. Dawson AM & Extended
Mrs. Taber AM & Extended
Mrs. Finniss AM & PM
Mrs. Larrabee PM
Mrs. Nichols Extended

Grade 1:
Ms. Barrows
Mrs. Fisher
Mrs. Hebert
Mrs. Jacobs
Ms. Lalonde
Mrs. Mills
Mrs. York

Grade 2:
Ms. Bell
Ms. Cardarelli
Mrs. Gregg
Mrs. Jackson
Mrs. McCaffery



Mrs. McNamara's Current Unit: 
Basketball skills
Mr. Dussol's MSS P.E. Classes
gdussol@sau16.org

Kindergarten:
Mrs. Buinicky AM
Mrs. Larrabee AM
Mrs. Nichols AM

Grade 1:
Mrs. Packard
Ms. Taylor

Grade 2:
Ms. Baillargeon
Mrs. Brown
Mrs. Peters
Mrs. Welch











Mr. Dussol's Current Unit:

Floor Hockey
  
Reminder to Students and Parents:

Students must wear sneakers (with treads on the bottom) to move safely in Physical Education class.

Sneaker Rule:
If students forget sneakers once, they may borrow a pair from the sneaker bin. If students forget a second time, they will sit out for P.E. for that class, however will be able to participate in any non-running activities (flexibility).

I encourage students to put sneakers in their backpack or cubby so they are prepared. It takes away from student's class time when they borrow sneakers every class. 

The goal of every P.E. class is to keep all students safe and as active as possible!

Thank You for your support in keeping our students safe!!!