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Saturday, May 28, 2016

Physical Education / Educación Física

 
Claremont Physical Education promotes: HEALTHY HABITS

 
Feed Your Body! Work Your Body! Take Care of Your Body! 
 
  • Eat breakfast as soon as you can after you wake up to get your body working to the best of its abilities.
  • Participate in an after school/extra curricular activity that contributes to your health.

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    Eat breakfast as soon as you can after you wake up to get your body working to the best of its abilities.
     
     
  • Drink 64 ounces of water a day. 
     
  • Don't forget to go outside and play. 
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    Ms. Kris Angerthal
    kris.angerthal@apsva.us

    I have taught in many different places and many different subjects. My memorable experiences include teaching at international schools in El Salvador, Honduras, and Ecuador. I have a BS in Physical Education from the University of Wisconsin Madison and a MS in Sport Administration from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. My own children went to Key/Gunston Immersion Schools and I love working in a bilingual school. I am happy to be at Claremont!

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    Mr. Jason Cash
    jason.cash@apsva.us
     
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    Since graduating from Virginia Tech in 1992, I have had teaching tenures at various levels of education including middle school, high school, and college. In 1998, after attending a four month training center in Blansko, Czech Republic, I moved my family to Venezuela for almost two years where I taught English and hosted various teams from the US and Canada. I live with my wife and four children in Harrisburg, PA . . . and yes, I drive it almost every day!

     

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    Mrs. Renee Seay
    claudia.seay@apsva.us

    I have been teaching physical education for over 26 years and enjoy working with students. I earned a BS degree from Troy University and a MA from George Mason University. I also hold a level XIV Certificate of Study from The Kennedy Center for The Performing Arts. I decided to become a physical education teacher because I had enjoyed participating and competing in athletics since I was in elementary school; and I wanted to help others learn to enjoy physical activity. Outside of school I enjoy traveling, interior decorating, the beach and the visual and performing arts.
     
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