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Wynantskill, NY 12198

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Monday - Friday

St Jude School

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Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

Phys Ed, Library & Health

Welcome to Physical Education, Library and Health!!

Welcome to a new school year!

 Here’s to the learning and the memories that will fill the year!!

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Week of September 16-20

Physical Education:The students in Grade Pre-K will learn about personal space and how to be safe in the gym.  They will also work on developing basic locomotor skills.  The students in Grades K through 6 will try a variety of team building activities and will work on respecting the personal space of others.

The students in grades K-6 will be participating in the Rising New York Road Runners program again this year.  This is a free program sponsored by the New York City Marathon.  The students kept track of their laps during class and received incentive rewards at specific milestones.  The students logged just over 3,300 miles last school year!!  WOW!!  They are to be commended for their effort.  The goal of the program is to encourage students to be active.  We have used the program for several years and the students work very hard to achieve their miles.

Library:  The Pre-K classes will work on their classroom theme of back to school and learning how to treat a book.  The students in Grades K-6 will check out a book.  That book will be due back on their next library class.  The students in these grades will also discuss the importance of reading.  Ready!  Set!!  Read!!  It’s a great way to grow your brain!! 

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Health:   The students in Grades 2-6 have Health class one day a week.  This week will find them exploring why health class is offered and its importance.  They will also look at how choices they make can affect their health.  If time allows, the students will begin to look at the term feelings.  Healthy choices make a difference!