Physical Education


Welcome to Mrs. Homer's webpage!!

Our adopted No Excuses University is the University of Kansas Jayhawks.

If the weather permits, all students will go outside to work on their cardio fitness by running or power walking. Please remember to wear your tennis shoes when going to P.E. 

Fourth graders will begin learning No Excuses vocabulary this month. 
Rules For P.E.
C - Cheer for good play
H - try your Hardest
A - Ask for permission before leaving the gym
M - Move and Make new friends
P - Play to have fun
S - be a good Sport

PAWS' Guidelines for Success
-Work hard
-Play fair
-Take care of each other
-Do your Booker Best

No Excuses Vocabulary

College- A School of higher learning that one attends after high school
University- A large school, where people both learn and do research. A student must finish high school before attending a university. Universities offer several levels of degrees.
Application- a request to attend the college of your choice
Tuition- The money a student is charged to attend college
Financial Aid- Money provdied for college students to help pay bills
Scholarship- Money given to a student to help pay for their education
Student Loans- Money that is loaned to student to pay for classes, this money does have to be repaid after graduating.
Campus- The grounds of a school, college or university
Major- Area of study you choose to mainly study in college
Career- The work a person choosed to do through life
Semester- One half of a school or college year
Diploma- An official piece of paper stating that a student has earned a degree or finished a course of study.
Degree- A title givne by a university or college to a student who has completed a program of study.
Mascot- An animal, person, or thing that is considered to bring good luck. Mastcots are usually kept by sports team.
NCAA- Stands for National Collegiate Athletic Association. Almost all colleges and universities belong to this organiztion. They oversee and make rule changes for all college teams

Contact Information:
Conference Time:
12:30 p.m. - 1:20 p.m.