Welcome to Trinity PE
Need help staying on track and creating a balanced lifestyle?Kids and teens (that’s anyone between 6 and 17 years), your goals are:
- Physical activity. You need to be active 60 minutes a day, at least 5 days a week. As an alternative, you can count your daily activity steps using a pedometer (goal: 12,000).
- Healthy eating. Each week, you should focus on a healthy eating goal.
- Make half your plate fruits and vegetables
- Choose lean sources of protein
- Make half the grains you eat whole grains
- Compare sodium in foods like soup and frozen meals and choose foods with less sodium
- Choose fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk, yogurt, or cheese
- Eat some seafood
- Drink water instead of sugary drinks
- Pay attention to portion size
*Find this information and more at: https://www.hhs.gov/fitness/eat-healthy/index.htmlWelcome to Trinity PE! I am so excited to workout a new calendar year with all my Tiger friends. I pray our students have a successful year full of activity, traveling, and family fun, so that you are at Trinity gym refreshed and ready to have some fun with friends. This school year is packed with lots of team building, character building, routines and cooperation. We will do more sports units for the high school prep, including volleyball, handball and gaga ball. I have enjoyed getting to know our foundations kids over the years, and they are so good at the routine . One of my favorite things to do with all our Trinity athletes is to discuss and work on the importance of being a part of a team. Whether they play organized sports or not, I believe that being a part of a team is an important life skill to learn how to be successful in this life. I look forward to being a part of the Trinity team with each of our athletes. I am confident that we will become a close team this year.
"Sing to him a new song; play skillfully and shout for joy!" Psalm 33:3Joyfully,
Mrs. NevilleFoundations- Activities:Rules and RegulationsSpacial AwarenessLocomotor skillsTag GamesScootersGaga BallRock WallBowlingCage BallsParachutesDanceSoccerPrimary- Activities:Rules and RegulationsTeam BuildingTag GamesScootersParachuteCage BallsFrisbeeBowlingGaga BallRock WallDanceSoccerHigh School Prep-ActivitiesRules and RegulationsTeam BuildingTag GamesHand BallOmnikin BallVolleyballBasketballTennisBowlingUltimate FrisbeeGaga BallRock WallDanceSoccer
Here is the weight for 7th-8th grade High School Prep athletes grades in PE:60%-participation30%-dress out10%-tests5th-6th90%- Participation10%-testsHigh School Prep students, it is important to remember to dress out for PE as it does affect your grade. You should be dressing out on your PE days. We need to be sure we are working together as a team on our sports units, looking over study guides and paying attention to discussions on rules and form in class. Your written test does count as a percentage of your PE grade, as well as dress out and daily participation. I want you all to do well on our units! We can do ANYTHING, through Christ who strengthens us!
PE Dress Requirements* All 7th- 8th grade will dress out for PE until further noticePlease for your student's safety, always have your student wear good lace-up athletic shoes on PE days!7th-8th grade High School Prep students MUST dress out for PE. A student's dress out uniform is as follows:*Any Trinity spirit shirt purchased in the spirit store, or previous years Field Day Shirts or Trinity sport specific shirts.*Solid black, red, navy, or royal gym shorts that meet school uniform length requirements.*Lace-up tennis shoes, and socks.*A sack pack to keep your clean school uniform in during PE class.Students do receive a grade for dressing out. A non-dress out PE day does count against your grade. Each student is allowed 3 non-dress out days before it will drop their grade an entire letter grade.
Are you interested in serving in a flexible role on Trinity's campus? We have openings for preschool and elementary substitute teachers. Applicants should email their resume and valid fingerprint clearance card to Astraea Rohloff and Heather Chapman.
- Valid AZ fingerprint clearance card
- Flexible schedule
- Elementary Subs: Minimum of a bachelor's degree (B.A. in education preferred), preferred teaching experience
- Preschool Subs: Experience working with children
Visit our church website at www.trinitylcs.org. Join us for worship on Sunday! Traditional at 7:30 A.M. and Contemporary at 11:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. in the chapel. Praise at 9:00 A.M. and 10:15 A.M. in the Family Life Center (Gym).