• Physical Education

    Rhythmical activities, games, relays, stunts and tumbling, skill development, and athletic games are part of the physical education curriculum for all students in levels K through 4. Kindergarten classes, which have always included rhythm and movement activities as an important part of the core curriculum, have 30 minutes per week during which the kindergarten teacher and the physical education teacher team together to involve the children in gross motor activities beyond those which are practiced in the kindergarten classroom.

    Students in levels 1-4 have two 30-minute periods of physical education each week.

    A variety of adaptive activities, as well as modifications of regular class activities, are provided on an individual basis for students who need such accommodations.