Bridging The Gap Between Academics And Physical Education
Our classes develop skills in children needed for sports and acivities. Not only are the rules and physical skills required to play a variety of sports such as softball, tennis, soccer and more taught, but also teamwork, responsibility and leadership.
With a credential in Physical Education and Health, instructor Christine DeJong teaches the appropriate level of physical education for grades K-12.
Taking care of children’s physical education as well as academics, particularly for homeschooled children, is an important element of your child’s development as a well rounded individual.
Physical Education Instructor Christine DeJong
Units will be 4 weeks in duration with one lesson per week. Each lesson will be 45 minutes. Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the lesson begins to get your child checked in so classes can start on time. We will take one short drink break (weather permitting) during class. Classes are taught according to grade levels and will be divided into 4 different groups
Tennis shoes. No sandals, boots, or backless shoes.
Loose-fitting clothing for easy movement
A good attitude!
*Bathrooms may not be available at each park. Please plan accordingly.
$40 per month
$160 per semester
$12 for individual class
*Payment must be received prior to check-in
K-12 – 1:15pm – 2:00pm
K-12 – 1:45pm – 2:30pm
K-3 – 1:00pm – 1:45pm
4-12 – 1:45pm – 2:30pm
Tuesdays – Turlock
Summerfaire Park – 1317 N Soderquist Rd, Turlock, CA 95380
Wednesdays – Escalon
Latta Park, 1522 Oklahoma Ave., Escalon, Ca 95320
Thursday – Ripon
Mavis Stouffer Park – 1000 Stouffer St, Ripon, CA 95366
* 24 hour notice is required if you are not able to make it to class to receive a credit
K - 1
Students will start off learning about their locomotor skills and the skills required for team, dual and individual sports. Students will work on social skills such as: being a good teammate, taking turns, and sharing equipment.
2 - 3
2-3 lessons/units will be very similar in curriculum structure to K-1 as we continue to develop physical and social skills.
4 - 5
4-5 lessons/units will start to expand on skills and start to work on gameplay activities.
6 - 12
6-12 lessons/units will continue growth and learning strategies of team, dual, and individual sports.