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Hi, my name is Ms. Huber and welcome to my web page.  Physical Education is a very important segment of the total elementary school curriculum.  The Physical Education period is an instructional session, with emphasis on activity.   We are very excited for another school year.  There are many fun activities planned for Physical Education and Developmental/Adapted Physical Education.  You can contact me by calling (763-420-8888) or emailing me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION:
Physical Education encompasses the development of the total child through cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains of learning. 

*Psychomotor: Fitness, perceptual, and fundamental motor skills.
*Cognitive: Knowledge, understanding, and application of information.
*Affective: Positive self-image, acceptance of others, and group interaction. 

The aim is to enhance motor skills and basal knowledge and to provide the social interaction necessary for a daily and life long foundation. In essence, the purpose of physical education is to encourage development of the total wellness of all individuals: physically, intellectually, and socially. The theme areas of the curriculum include body control, fitness, striking, receiving, and propelling. These themes will develop skills that can and will be applied in a variety of contexts.
 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS RULES:

  1. Wear Tennis shoes everyday!
  2. Be a good Listener and Follow Directions
  3. Be Respectful
  4. Be Safe
  5. 100% Participation everyday!

 

Physical Education Program Outcomes  

A physically educated person:

1. Demonstrates competency in many movement forms and proficiency in a few movement forms.

2.  Applies movement concepts and principles to the learning and development of motor skills.

3.  Exhibits a physically active lifestyle.

4.  Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical activity.

5.  Demonstrates responsible personal and social behavior.

6.  Demonstrates understanding and respect for differences among people in physical activity settings.

7.  Understands that physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and social interaction.
 
 

Movement is a central mission of the brain…..

"Physical activity is good not only for the heart, but also for the brain feeding it glucose and oxygen, and increasing nerve connections, all of which makes it easier for children who exercise do better in school."  Newsweek 2/19/96

 

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Name: Ms. Huber
Where I Went to School: University of Minnesota
Number of years I have been teaching: 27 years (24 yrs in Osseo)
Grade(s) Taught: PreK-5 Physical Education
Years at Fernbrook: 12 years
Family: Evan (son, 18 years old), Kayli (daughter 15 years old), Rocky (our 3 year old Guinea Pig)
A Favorite Book: The Hunger Games
A Favorite Hobby: Cooking, Traveling, volleyball, tennis, jogging

 

School Info

Fernbrook Elementary
9661 Fernbrook Lane
Maple Grove MN 55369
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School Hours
8:50 am - 3:20 pm
First bell at 8:40 

Kidstop Hours
6:30 am - 6:00 pm

Office Hours
7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Phone & Fax

School Office
763-420-8888
Attendance
763-420-8888, ext 1
Kidstop
763-391-8415

General Fax 
763-391-8420

School Leadership

Principal
Todd Tischer