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Physical Education
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Mark Beckerman 720-886-6461 


The style of P.E. program that will be implemented was developed by internationally recognized Dr. Robert Pangrazi.  There are 3 different developmental levels of instruction within the program:

                Level  I- K-2 grades

                Level  II- 3-4 grades

                Level  III- 5-6 grades


Within each class there are 4 distinct parts:


Introductory Activity: (2-3 min) This time prepares the body and mind for activity and ensures instant movement upon entering P.E.


Fitness Development: (6-8 min) This portion of the lesson educates students about which exercises increase fitness levels.  Students experience motivating routines coupled with safe exercise to achieve adequate levels of personal fitness.


Lesson Focus: (15-20 min)

Movement and sports skills are taught & reinforced during this part of the class.  Students often work with individual equipment allowing them to progress at their own rate. 


Closing Activity or Game: (5-7 min) A fun activity/game that leaves students with positive feelings regarding their experience in P.E.


  1. Respect (fellow classmates, teachers and equipment)
  2. Come to class prepared to work hard!
  3. No sandals or flip flops
  4. HAVE FUN!!!

*Girls should not wear dresses or skirts to P.E.  Hats, water bottles and sunglasses are great for OUTSIDE P.E. days.  Thank you!



3 areas are looked at when assigning a grade: Participation, Behavior and wearing proper attire




1-Area of Concern




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