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Valley View PE
 
Walk and Roll to School May 8, 2019
We will walk from O'Reily's parking lot at 7:30am



Valley View Roswell Games

City Champions 2018

Last year we won the Roswell Games City Championship.
We defended our title to win back-to-back City Championships!

Here are the students who won medals for Valley View:

Julianna Gonzales 1st place 50m dash                     Xanali Madrid            2nd place 100m dash                          
Myra Bustamante 2nd place 400m dash                  Adamaris Vasquez    1st place Softball throw
                                 2nd place 200m dash                  Paisley Wood             1st place Long Jump                            
Alex Lomeli            2nd place 100m dash                   Monet Stogden        1st place 100m dash
Kassie Gonzales    1st place Long Jump                                                         1st place 400m dash                                                                 2nd place 100m dash                                                        3rd place Softball throw
                                                                                                                                                                                              Izaic Gonzales      2nd place 50m dash                        Axel Sanchez          2nd place 100m dash                                                                                                                                                             2nd place 400m dash
Edyn Lucero         1st place 200m dash                       Martin Carreon      2nd place 800m run
                                                                                                                          
Valley View Girls 7-8  4x50m relay 3rd place           Valley View Boys 9-10  4x50m relay 1st place
Julianna Gonzales, Sofia Cardenas                            Izaic Gonzales, Edyn Lucero
Kassie Gonzales, Ella Medrano                                  Makhi Stogden, David Fresquez.
 
We had a total of    11 Gold Medals
                                     9 Silver Medals
                                     5 Bronze Medals
                     Total     25 Medals

 

 

PE Days

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Beaty 
Geldert 
Ortega 
Villarreal 
Clark 

DeGroot 
Garcia 
Gutierrez 
Nevarez 


Buchanan 
Havens 
Jordan 
Quiroz
 
 

Klein 
Labaganoy 
Palmer 
Sabugo

Gitgano 
Green 
Torres 
Wood


Boyce 
Lucas
J.Johnson 
M.Johnson 

DeGroot 
Garcia 
Gutierrez 
Nevarez
 

Beaty 
Geldert 
Ortega 
Villarreal 
Clark 

Klein 
Labaganoy 
Palmer 
Sabugo 

Buchanan 
Havens 
Jordan 
Quiroz 


Gitgano 
Green 
Torres 
Wood 


Boyce 
Lucas 
J.Johnson 
M.Johnson 

 

 

 

VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY

Physical Education Department
1400 S. Washington Ave.
Roswell, NM 88201
(575) 637-3600 Ext. 7311

Dear Valley View Parent(s)

Valley View’s Physical Education Program is designed to motivate students by providing activities in which students can experience success. The program is continuous in nature so that the students will be involved in activities suitable for their grade level. The various activities strive to develop respect for authority, adherence to the rules of fair play, and a competitive spirit in the students.

Physical Education Goals

  1. Have FUN! Learn skills necessary to perform a variety of physical activities.
  2. Be physically fit.
  3. Participate regularly in physical activity.
  4. Know the implications of and the benefits from involvement in physical activities.
  5. Learn to respect fellow students, teachers, and others

Class Rules

  1. Wearing gym shoes (preferably with laces) is necessary not Velcro (except Kindergarten).  NO SANDALS OR OPEN TOED SHOES!!  In addition, you may wear other shoes on special occasions such as Picture Day, Fair Week etc...
  2. Remain quiet when entering and leaving the gym.
  3. Chewing gum or eating candy is not allowed during PE.
  4. Be careful when in motion.
  5. Stop, look, and listen when the whistle is blown.
  6. Play by the rules.  FOLLOW DIRECTIONS!!!
  7. Be kind, courteous, and respectful to classmates.
  8. No sliding.
  9. Walk when entering and leaving the gym.
  10. No talking during instructions.
  11. Take care of equipment and facilities.
  12. Restroom breaks allowed before and after class only, and when necessary.
  13. NO BULLYING!!!

Consequences for Breaking a Rule

1st Verbal warning.
2nd Talk with student.  Time out or a Focusing activity is a possibility.
3rd Call parents.
4th Call parents and set up a meeting between student, parent, Coach, and principal.

 

Grade

Your child’s grade consists of participation, behavior, and sportsmanship in Physical Education class. Students must make appropriate choices concerning their grade in PE. It is to your child’s benefit that rules are set, and we ask for your support. Please take time to discuss appropriate behavior with your child.

Physical Education grades (H, N, L) reflect the student’s progression, participation, behavior, and attitude.

  • ( H = High, N = Normal, L = Low )

*For the safety of your child during activities, gym shoes (preferably with laces) are required each day. Failure to wear the correct shoes in PE will result in none participation for that day and walking the path at lunch recess. Continued failure to wear correct shoes will result in your child sent to the Assistant Principal. During special events such as Picture Day, Parade Week, etc. your child may wear other shoes pertaining to that event. If your child wears a dress the day of PE, they must wear shorts underneath the dress.

Whenever active participation is not possible in Physical Education class, a written note will be required from a parent.  More than three consecutive days of inactivity will require a note by a physician.

We are excited and look forward to a great year in PE with your child

                 Sincerely,
                                                                          Coach Nunez