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  • Last Week of School

    Posted by Joseph Pettiford on 5/19/2019

    Good job meeting expectations during testing. Now that it's over, let's finish the year!

    Monday (when we meet): be ready to head outside for frisbee games (canjam or small-side box ultimate)

    Tuesday (regular schedule-meets in gym): ultimate PE games(best group games of the year on one day)

     

    Last, but most important note.  Thank you for all the teacher appreciation and end of year cards I have received.   

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  • Health this Week (April 29th-May 3rd)

    Posted by Joseph Pettiford on 4/28/2019

    In the classroom this week.  Once testing starts the class schedule will change.  Please pay attention to morning announcements to know where you will be (classroom or gym) for  that particular day.  

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  • Health this Week (April 23rd-26th)

    Posted by Joseph Pettiford on 4/22/2019

    Hope you've enjoyed the extended weekend.  If the April showers have got you down, remember soon the May flowers will be blooming and it will be time to be outside soon!  

    Last week we completed the Pacer Test for the year.  I'm not done calculating the averages but we are really close to meeting and exceeding the goal averages for this year. WAY TO GO!!!  If you'd like to push your goal to reach 10-30% more than you did at the start of the year you will have one more chance during the last session on PE (May13-21).

    This week:

    6th grade: Personal Consumer Health

    We will cover lessons on disease control and prevention. During this session on health we will also begin creating the year in review health board games.  Be sure to gather all your notes from the year! Better notes means less work to create a good game.  

    7th/8th grade: Reproductive Health and Safety

    Wake County approved and mandated lessons covering care for the body and relationship. 

    Reproductive Health and Safety Announcement (7th and 8th grade only)

    7th and 8th grade parents: Reproductive health and safety is taught in the fourth quarter(April 23rd). If you would like to review this materials, please set up an appointment with me on Tuesdays or Thursdays after school (2:30-4:00).  RHS Parent Letter

     

    May 4th is the Phoenix Family Fun Day. Be sure listen to the announcments for details on the annual food/necessities drive basketball tournament!

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