My name is Tony Engedal. My students call me Coach E. I am one of the physical education coaches at Evergreen Elementary. During this time of heightened anxiety and social distancing, I want to encourage all of my students, parents, and guardians to engage in some form of physical activity each and every day, for a minimum of 60 minutes. It doesn't need to be 60 minutes straight. You can break up your time in 10 or 15 minute incriments. This can be activities like doing chores around the house, playing games where you are moving around, or simply taking a walk. I also want to encourage you to eat healthy and limit the amount of unhealthy foods you and your students are eating. A healthy diet and physical movement are critical to maintaining a healthy body and mind during this challanging season.
In the assignments folder you will find our required graded activities. Make sure you select the correct assignment for your grade level. We are asking that all students keep a physical activity tracker during their time away from school. Please turn in your first physical activity tracker by the due date, April 17th. The simplist way to turn this in is to take a picture of your tracker worksheet and email it to me. We encourage you to utilize the available resources to help you stay active. If you have any questions, concerns, or are turning in your tracker please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. My current daily desk hours are 10am-11am and 1pm-2pm.
At Evergreen, we are here for you and your students. Thank You!
Below are links to free additional resources you and your family can use to suppliment the activities listed under the assignments tab and keep your family moving!