Gymnastics in Physical Education

All classes will begin their Gymnastics units in the Gym starting Monday, Jan. 14, 2019. This will last for three weeks. We will start with balance and tumbling and move towards the Canadian Climber in the final weeks of this unit. We request that all students wear snug fitting clothing that allows them to move freely. Loose clothing such as dresses and baggy shirts can get caught on the Canadian Climber and other gymnastics equipment becoming a safety concern. All students will be barefoot during these three weeks of Gymnastics. If you have planter warts or foot troubles, please wear soft souled shoes like those worn by gymnasts, martial arts athletes, or dancers. Running shoes, socks, and “grippy soled socks” present a safety concern and will not be acceptable footwear for this unit. We also request that long hair is tied back in a pony tail/ braid and hoop and hanging earrings are replaced with studs.

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Gymnastics in Physical Education

All classes will begin their Gymnastics units in the Gym starting Monday, Jan. 14, 2019. This will last for three weeks. We will start with balance and tumbling and move towards the Canadian Climber in the final weeks of this unit. We request that all students wear snug fitting clothing that allows them to move freely. Loose clothing such as dresses and baggy shirts can get caught on the Canadian Climber and other gymnastics equipment becoming a safety concern. All students will be barefoot during these three weeks of Gymnastics. If you have planter warts or foot troubles, please wear soft souled shoes like those worn by gymnasts, martial arts athletes, or dancers. Running shoes, socks, and “grippy soled socks” present a safety concern and will not be acceptable footwear for this unit. We also request that long hair is tied back in a pony tail/ braid and hoop and hanging earrings are replaced with studs.

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