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Coaches:  Cassie Harper/Cade Gray

 Conference Periods: Harper- 11:50-12:35
                                  Gray- 10:28-11:13

Campus Phone:  903-896-4332


2nd Grade PE            8:00 AM - 8:45 AM        Gray/Slavens

Kindergarten PE        8:50 AM - 9:35 AM         Gray/Harper                      

1st Grade PE             9:39 AM - 10:24 AM       Gray/Harper

3rd Grade PE            12:35 PM - 1:20 PM        Gray/Harper      

PK PE                        1:24 PM - 1:54 PM         Gray/PK Aides
5th Grade PE             1:50 PM - 2:35 PM         Gray/Harper

4th Grade PE             2:40 PM - 3:25 PM         Harper/S. Cates

Field Day
Field Day is held annually in May.  It is a day of fun competition between classes of each grade level.  We look forward every year to this event.

Fundamentals of Physical Education
In Elementary & Intermediate Physical Education, the students are exposed to various activities and sports that will encourage them to live active lives.

Senate Bill 530 required that beginning with the 2007-08 school year that the FITNESSGRAM physical fitness assessment be administered to all students in grades 3-12 each year. FITNESSGRAM is a health-related fitness assessment developed by The Cooper Institute for Aerobic Research and is a research-based criterion referenced test.

Edgewood ISD considers FITNESSGRAM a quality assessment for three reasons:

1.      FITNESSGRAM establishes a baseline of a healthy fitness zone from which students can set goals and check their progress (non-competitive) to plan for lifelong physical activity and to maintain and improve their fitness level. Health-related fitness assessment measures students’ aerobic capacity, muscular strength/endurance, flexibility and body composition.

2.      FITNESSGRAM provides recommended activity program options that will help students reach healthy fitness zones in those areas where they need to improve.

3.      FITNESSGRAM does not place an emphasis on skill or sports-related fitness such as speed measured by an individual’s 40 yard dash time. It does not compare students to other students.

FITNESSGRAM tests all students regardless of age, gender, or ability. Students are encouraged to be self-aware of health-related fitness and take responsibility by setting personal fitness goals. When students focus on the process of doing their personal best, a more positive lifelong impact is achieved.

Last Updated: August 15, 2019

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