Physical Education

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In Elementary Physical Education, the primary focus is on developing gross motor and manipulative skills.  These skills are taught through a variety of activities that also focus on fitness and fitness concepts.  While students participate in PE twice a week for thirty minutes, to fully achieve the maximum health benefits of physical activity, students should have up to sixty minutes of activity every day. By encouraging your child to be moderately or vigorously active for at least an hour a day, you can help your child obtain not only the fitness benefits of exercise, but also the health benefits.

Physical Education Teacher

Jason McCarthy

mccarthyj@weston.org

Tel: 781-786-5460 &  Fax: 781-786-5409