Mr. John Cathcart, Supervisor

Ms. Beth Abbott

Mr. Drew Bandola

Mr. Mark Mooney

Mr. Robert Ulmer

Ms. Julie Youngman

Mr. Nick Zaneto

Vision Statement

All students will be physically educated, having acquired motor skills to perform a variety of physical activities, physical fitness knowledge, and intrinsic motivation to pursue a healthy and active lifestyle in an increasingly changing society.


Physical education is an important and unique part of the daily instructional program. Not only does it con tribute to the overall goals of education, but also contributes to the development and maintenance of fitness, motor skills, social skills, health, and brain development. Physical activity is the method by which learning takes place. Quality instruction in physical education involves the "whole child" by providing psychomotor, cognitive, and affective benefits.