Remote Learning

May 21, 2020

Field Day is finally here. Don’t forget to send me your photos and videos. HAVE FUN!!!

https://youtu.be/xCqprzzmdsQ

 

April 27, 2020

5th-8th grade-

We will not be returning to school for the remainder of this year. In light of this, you no longer need to keep or turn in an activity log.

K-8th grade-

Below are resources for ideas to help keep you active. Remember to get at least 60 minutes of vigorous exercise every day.

https://darebee.com/workouts.html -Free one page workouts that focus on every part of the body, as well as full body workouts. Pick one that meets your interests and goals (check out the filter option to choose specific parts of the body or aspects of fitness to focus on).

sworkit.com  -Free kids workouts to use after signing up. They are customizable, and have student examples for all of the follow-along workouts. Click on the “Kids Workouts” section after logging in.

Follow Along Workout Channels on Youtube:

Glenn Higgins Fitness  -kids workouts

Fitnessblenders -older kids and adults workouts and yoga

Cosmic Kids Yoga for younger kids

Follow Along Dances:

Just Dance Video

GoNoodle

Sid Shuffle from the movie Ice Age

HAVE FUN AND KEEP MOVING!!!

 

March 30, 2020

Hi Holy Rosary,

I hope everyone is staying active and healthy.

As we continue remote learning remember exercise should be a part of your daily routine. Challenge yourself and your family to get 60 minutes of activity everyday.

K-4th grade-

Click on the link below to access an activity challenge. If you complete the challenge you will receive a prize from me when we return to school. Good luck!

Activity Bingo Challenge

 

March 18, 2020     

Message from Mrs. Southerland

 

March 12, 2020

Dear students and parents-

During this time of our school closure you will be able to continue your education of physical health.

All students K-8 should strive to get 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day.

K-4th grade-

YouTube is a good source for dance/exercise/yoga videos to get kids moving. In particular, The Learning Station.

There are several websites full of ideas of fun ways to stay active. Below are just a few.

https://mommypoppins.com/newyorkcitykids/25-exercise-games-indoor-activities-for-kids

https://www.rasmussen.edu/degrees/education/blog/fun-fitness-activities-for-kids/

https://flintobox.com/blog/child-development/exercise-games-kids 

5th-8th grade-

During our school closure you will be keeping a weekly activity log which you will create yourself.

Due date-when we return to school.

Your activity log should include:

your name and grade

name and date of activity

duration (# of minutes/steps) of activity

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Stay active and healthy.