Health AND Physical Education
Physical education allows children to work on social skills, maximize their own physical fitness, and have fun. In addition, an activity-based sequential health education program designed to develop personal and social competence in Lower School students focuses on topics such as good nutrition, self-esteem, coping skills, drug awareness, decision making, problem solving, and relationship skills. Children are helped to acquire attitudes and practices that increase their potential for good health in the years ahead.
Color Day, a tradition since 1892, is part of the physical education curriculum. Read more.