Physical Education

Spirit Wear and Gym Strip Store

Big Kahuna is running another spirit wear and gym strip store. There are some new items available to purchase. The store will be open until Monday, November 18th and all items will be at the school by December 18th. You can access the store using this link https://mountainpark19-4.itemorder.com/

Physical Education

Physical Education supports you in acquiring skills through a variety of developmentally appropriate movement activities. You will gain experience within various physical activities assisting you in further understanding health and wellness benefits, promoting positive interactions and leading an active lifestyle.

Our Goal

Our goal in Physical Education is to have our students actively involved in a variety of activities that will promote their overall health and wellness.

Our Team

  • Ms. McCracken
  • Ms. T Taylor
  • Mr. Bitz
  • Ms. Gaunt
  • Mr. Davis
  • Mr. Feenstra
  • Ms. Wynia
  • Mr. Hanson

Gym Procedures

Students are required to change for P.E. classes and are required to wear grey and black. When students wear school colours teachers are able to visually identify them. Having students dress the same enhances and builds school culture.  

Purchase MPS Spirit/Gym Wear

Please visit our Merchandise page.

Outdoor P.E. Classes 

Many students will participate in PE classes outside. Students should dress for the weather. Students are encouraged to have a hoodie, sweat pants, raincoat, outdoor shoes for participating outside.  

Lockers / Locker rooms

Students need to provide their own lock to use a gym locker for their P.E. period only. There are a limited number of lockers so locks left on lockers for more than one period will be removed. The school is not responsible for lost or stolen items so please don’t bring valuables into locker rooms. Cell phones are not permitted in change rooms.

Injury or Illness

Students will be excused from P.E. if they have a note from parent or guardian. Any student who is to be excused from P.E. for more than 3 classes may require a note from a medical professional explaining the injury and the duration the student will need to be excused. An alternate assignment(s) may be required.

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