Phys. Ed & Intramural News

Our physical education program continues to focus on students being responsible participants in the gym while striving for persistence, improvement and achieving their personal best. Quidditch was the first unit introduced in January. The game of Quidditch has been adapted from the game played in the Harry Potter books. It is a unique game that involves three different games being played simultaneously (handball, dodgeball, and wall ball/chase).

On February 4 we had presentation from The Heart and Stroke Foundation, which kicked off our Jump Rope for Heart Fundraising. The presentation explained the importance of a healthy heart as well as an explanation of heart health, stroke awareness, and the fundraising process.

Dr. Oakley Jump Rope for Heart event day will take place Wednesday February 13; the last day for all donations and envelopes to be returned to the school will be Wednesday February 20.

In Intramurals, students have just begun the popular Quidditch Tournament and the level of participation and sportsmanship is outstanding!

Stay active! Ms. Wray

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Phys. Ed & Intramural News

Our physical education program continues to focus on students being responsible participants in the gym while striving for persistence, improvement and achieving their personal best. Quidditch was the first unit introduced in January. The game of Quidditch has been adapted from the game played in the Harry Potter books. It is a unique game that involves three different games being played simultaneously (handball, dodgeball, and wall ball/chase).

On February 4 we had presentation from The Heart and Stroke Foundation, which kicked off our Jump Rope for Heart Fundraising. The presentation explained the importance of a healthy heart as well as an explanation of heart health, stroke awareness, and the fundraising process.

Dr. Oakley Jump Rope for Heart event day will take place Wednesday February 13; the last day for all donations and envelopes to be returned to the school will be Wednesday February 20.

In Intramurals, students have just begun the popular Quidditch Tournament and the level of participation and sportsmanship is outstanding!

Stay active! Ms. Wray

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RT @JSMelementary: JSM students acknowledge National Métis Week starting with The Giving Tree by Leah Dorion. Learning about Métis core values and beliefs: strength, kindness, courage, tolerance, honesty, respect, love, sharing, caring, balance, & patience #NationalMétisWeek #@wearecbe https://t.co/3xAba4Dmww

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