Physical Education

Physical Education Curriculum

Physical education is an important component in the St. Paul’s curriculum. Two-and three-year olds visit P.E. twice each week. Beginning in PreKindergarten, students receive physical education daily.

Two-and three-year olds work to refine gross motor skills. They also incorporate learning about colors and numbers through physical activities. As they progress, the tasks become more challenging. PreKindergarten and Kindergarten students begin to play games that have structure and guidelines.  Through these games, children learn how to achieve a common goal within given parameters. They are also introduced to team games to practice sharing duties.

First and second grade students begin to refine their ability to work together in the team environment.  They also participate in activities designed to target skills needed for sport specific activities.

In third through sixth grades, sport specific activities are the focus in these grades, with an emphasis on sportsmanship. Occasional scrimages allow students to practice for intramural competition. Students are given responsibility in deciding the direction of the class and are encouraged to give suggestions on the activities the class enjoys most.

Meet the Teacher ~ Jordan Clements

Coach Jordan Clements began her college career as a track athlete at Stephen F. Austin University before an injury led her to leave competitive track and field. She then earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Pedagogy at Baylor University, where she worked part-time in the football office for Baylor’s head football coach, Art Briles. Teaching and coaching runs in Coach Clements family, as her mother is an elementary school PE teacher and her father is an assistant football coach at Baylor.


Meet the Teacher ~ Sarah Gotcher

C0ach Sarah Gotcher was raised in a Christ-based school, Covenant Christian Academy, in Colleyville. Coach Gotcher later earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Baylor University, where she was a Presidential Gold Scholar and Dean’s List student. Fully certified in all grades of physical education, Coach Gotcher has worked with children at both the elementary and middle school levels. Coach Gotcher has coached both volleyball and soccer and is eager to lead some of our Pacer sports teams.

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