Greetings Parents!


    The 2021-22 School Year is HERE and the Physical Education Dept is ready to get MOVING with your child!


    The goal of Physical Education is to SAFELY foster lifelong physical activity which in turn reinforces the Sue Reynolds mission of educating the whole child to include MIND, BODY, & SPIRIT.   In Elementary school, this is done by exposing students to a variety of games and activities they might enjoy in the hope they will want to do more of it at home and encourage their family to join them.

    Many of the activities your child will be participating in are intended to facilitate learning and develop/master motor skills, team building, cooperation, physical fitness, and recreational skills.


    As Physical Educator I pledge to:

    • Establish a positive and safe learning environment for all students

    • Teach a variety of activities that make physical education fun and enjoyable

    • Create maximum opportunities for students of all abilities to be successful

    • Promote student honesty, integrity and good sportsmanship

    • Guide students into becoming skillful and confident movers

    • Facilitate the development and maintenance of physical fitness

    • Assist students in setting and achieving personal goals

    • Provide academic rigor where appropriate

    • Provide specific and constructive feedback to help students master motor skills

    • Prepare and encourage students to gain skills and be active for a lifetime



    I expect that our students will:

    • Learn

    • Have fun

    • Try their best

    • Participate in all activities, discussions, & learning sessions

    • Wear shoes and clothing that allows them to safely and fully participate in PE

    • Cooperate with and help other students

    • Be safe in all their actions 

    • Take care of PE equipment

    • Stay on task

    • Be polite and respect themselves, teachers and other students

    • Pay attention to the teacher when they are addressing the class


     *** Medical Issues such as chronic asthma, allergies, heart conditions, diabetes, etc. need to be brought to my attention and documented in the PE office.  Prior knowledge will help me monitor your child closely and correct or alleviate any problems that arise.


    If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at 706-855-2540 Ext. 4260


    I look forward to working with your child this year!




    Jason Shepard