Kevin Shepard from Support Real Teachers and I have teamed up to create a couple of templates that you can use to create your own PE Website for your classroom. This can easily be linked to from your school's website. As we all know, it is SO important to continue to advocate for Physical Education and Health and this is a great, grass-roots, local way to do so. Allowing parents a glimpse into your classroom can really help break the PE stereotypes and begin to allow them to see what Quality Physical Education looks like. And, most importantly how it benefits their children! If you've always wanted to create a site, but weren't quite sure where to start, this might help you out! Everything you need to know can be found in this file: goo.gl/N8Aje6. We have 2 versions: 1 is the basic version which can be used for any grade level(s) K - 12 and the second is an elementary version for grades K-5 that includes more graphics and includes the specific K-5 info. K-12 Site Template previewK-5 Site Template previewAs always if you need help with anything feel free to contact either Kevin or myself and we'd be happy to assist.
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