The responsibility of our physical education program is to promote the development of the whole child in relation to the three domains: psychomotor, cognitive, and affective. The ultimate goal is to create a physically educated person by providing a variety of movement appropriate activities determined by developmental level. This will be in the pursuit of encompassing skills and knowledge in movement, understanding the effects of physical activity upon the body, appreciation of individual differences, and the developmental of a personal value system regarding physical activity.
The specific goal of the elementary physical education is to develop a broad understanding of the physical education of the physical self through fundamental movement skills and concepts as well as total person wellness/fitness. Through these concepts, students will be given a foundation for future development and growth. The activities are the basis for all physical movements. Fundamental movement skills and concepts in health and fitness are the cornerstone for the physically educated student and will prepare them for the secondary level in physical education which can be used in everyday life.