Roosevelt's Program Overview
- The elementary physical education program is based on the California State Framework. It is designed to provide experiences in movement that enhance the physical, mental and social/emotional well-being of every student, including special education students and English-language learners.
Roosevelt's Overview Goals
- Social Development: Activities are designed to help students develop self-control, leadership skills, and cooperative behaviors.
- Movement Skill and Knowledge: Every child is provided with the opportunity to explore, practice and master movement skills and knowledge appropriate for their developmental level. The selected activities provide the basis for learning and analyzing purposeful movement.
- Self-Image and Personal Development: Students are encouraged to be confident risk takers, realistic goal setters, and evaluators of personal abilities. The understanding of how they move and why they move contributes to the development of unique movers who understands his/her own ability and appreciates the abilities of others.