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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Physical Education|| Educación Física

 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 physical health.
Drink 64 ounces of water a day.
Don't forget to go outside and play.
 

  • Cash
    Mr. Jason Cash
    jason.cash@apsva.us
    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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  • Paul Mr. Paul Giesen
    paul.giesen@apsva.us
    Hello, My name is Mr. Giesen and this will be my second year at Claremont. I grew up in western Minnesota on a small farm and graduated college from South Dakota State University. I have been teaching physical education for 9 years, with my first 7 years in Maryland. I truly love my job and teaching kids how to become lifelong learners. When i'm not teaching I can be found either playing baseball or at a ballpark taking in a game. i also enjoy running and training for marathons. I enjoy staying active and finding activities to do outside. Claremont is a great place to be and I wish all of you a great day!
     
     
     
     
     
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  • Seay 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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