P.E. & Games
Welcome to PE! Students will learn to build on previously learned skills. Units covered include: jump rope, parachutes, throwing, and more. In addition, students will learn more competitive small-group activities (relay races, scooter games), group cooperative games(caterpillar and the floor is lava) and more advanced fitness (speed ladder). Finding resting and active heart rates will be a new skill learned as well as how to record those scores. We will also spend time learning more about various body systems including the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, and nervous.
Text: None (in lieu of a book, the supply fee will cover the cost of weekly readers that will be used in class and sent home with each student)
Copy/Supply Fee: $10 (given to Mercy Granell at Orientation or the first class)
Annual tuition: $330.00 ($33/month for 10 months, August May, or $38/month if prorated or on a 9-month payment plan)
ABOUT THE TEACHER
B.S. Health & Sports
K-12 Teaching Certificate in Health & Physical Education
Tasha is a former colligate athlete who grew up in the Sunshine State, Florida. She discovered her love of sports which opened up an opportunity for her to earn a full scholarship to the University of Richmond where she met her husband Randy, a former football player. While there, she earned her B.S in Health and Sport Science which led her to complete her teaching certification in K-12 Health and PE education. She taught in the public school system for 17 years before leaving to homeschool her two children. Tasha's teaching style is very high energy which creates a very engaging and lively environment. In her free time, she enjoys learning "the ways of old" such as gardening, food preservation including fermenting and the not-so-scary world of pressure canning.
Tasha is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the Bridge Academy family and looks forward to teaching in a Christ-centered environment.