Physical Education

November is shaping up to be an active, cooperative and exciting month in the gym, as all grades develop and practice their skills in both Ringette and Floor Hockey.

Ringette is similar to hockey, in that it promotes teamwork and cooperation through a variety of skills, but is played with a straight stick and a hollow ring. We look forward to developing and practicing our locomotor (running and walking), our non-locomotor (turning and bending) and our manipulative skills (receiving and sending) as we engage in fair play and fun.

Division 2 students will also have the opportunity to participate in European Handball Intramurals, beginning in November and continuing for the month. Grade 6’s are scheduled for Tuesdays, Grade 5’s on Wednesdays and Grade 4’s on Thursdays, all during lunch hour in the gym. Permission forms will be sent home.

Terry Fox Run Results: Congratulations to all of our OHS students who tried their best, set a pace, met their goal and ran our Terry Fox Run on September 30th! As a result of all your hard work, we raised $3,074.67 for the Cancer Society! Wow! Thanks to your incredible generosity, Mr. Parsons “Braved the Shave” on Tuesday October 16! Thank you Mr. Parsons for your participation and contribution to this successful fundraiser for the Terry Fox Foundation.

We Are Active! As this initiative has been so successful in the past, I am once again asking both Division 1 and Division 2 students to send in their “active living” photos, throughout the remainder of the school year. To promote and celebrate physical activity outside of the school gym, students are encouraged to bring in photos of themselves being active, after school or on the weekend! I will post them all on our bulletin board, in the gym. I would ask that each student only bring in one photo.

A gentle reminder: As the weather turns cooler, we will be indoors for PE and kindly request that you ensure your child has proper running shoes for maximum safety in our gym.

Mrs. Schoenberger


Athletics

Physical Education

November is shaping up to be an active, cooperative and exciting month in the gym, as all grades develop and practice their skills in both Ringette and Floor Hockey.

Ringette is similar to hockey, in that it promotes teamwork and cooperation through a variety of skills, but is played with a straight stick and a hollow ring. We look forward to developing and practicing our locomotor (running and walking), our non-locomotor (turning and bending) and our manipulative skills (receiving and sending) as we engage in fair play and fun.

Division 2 students will also have the opportunity to participate in European Handball Intramurals, beginning in November and continuing for the month. Grade 6’s are scheduled for Tuesdays, Grade 5’s on Wednesdays and Grade 4’s on Thursdays, all during lunch hour in the gym. Permission forms will be sent home.

Terry Fox Run Results: Congratulations to all of our OHS students who tried their best, set a pace, met their goal and ran our Terry Fox Run on September 30th! As a result of all your hard work, we raised $3,074.67 for the Cancer Society! Wow! Thanks to your incredible generosity, Mr. Parsons “Braved the Shave” on Tuesday October 16! Thank you Mr. Parsons for your participation and contribution to this successful fundraiser for the Terry Fox Foundation.

We Are Active! As this initiative has been so successful in the past, I am once again asking both Division 1 and Division 2 students to send in their “active living” photos, throughout the remainder of the school year. To promote and celebrate physical activity outside of the school gym, students are encouraged to bring in photos of themselves being active, after school or on the weekend! I will post them all on our bulletin board, in the gym. I would ask that each student only bring in one photo.

A gentle reminder: As the weather turns cooler, we will be indoors for PE and kindly request that you ensure your child has proper running shoes for maximum safety in our gym.

Mrs. Schoenberger


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