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    Welcome to the P.E. Page!

    Team teachers: Susan Goubert & Eric Peters  

    We work closely to plan and deliver quality instruction aligned with district curriculum and the Washington State Physical Education standards.

    Mission:  We work daily to help kids stay fit and enjoy being active.  We hope to help inspire a lifelong love of fitness...because active kids make better learners! Active kids also tend to feel better and make better decisions. Studies show everyone (grownups too) needs 60 minutes of vigorous exercise every day to be optimally healthy. We have 30 minutes of PE, 4 days a week, for every Stevens student. We play games that get everyone moving as much as possible, as long as possible.

    Embedded in our fitness teaching is a continual focus on the social-emotional and safety skills necessary for a positive experience with health and fitness.  Students are taught that the Stevens PE way is to be SAFE (in each activity), ACTIVE (try your best), AND KIND (to yourself and others).  Students practice sportsmanship and teamwork within fun and challenging cooperative and competitive activities.

    We teach units on frisbee, volleyball, floor hockey, biking, yoga, tennis, basketball, soccer, bike safety, heart health, nutrition, and much more. Special thanks go to the PGA First Tee organization for our golf supplies and to all the people who volunteer to help teach it.  Cascade Bike Club provides bikes and helmets for our biking unit.

    Bikes for class











    5 for Life

    Our Stevens P.E. classes follow the “5 For Life!” curriculum aligned with state and national standards in physical education.  The “5 For Life!” curriculum focuses on five components of fitness: Cardiorespiratory Endurance, Flexibility, Muscular Endurance, Muscular Strength, and Body Composition and their relationship to a lifetime of positive fitness and healthy habits. For more a more detailed description, go to the "5 For Life" page.