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Mrs. Galloway has been teaching physical education at Richardson
Elementary since 1997. Prior to coming to Lee's Summit, she taught
middle and high school physical education in the Centralia School
District. She also coached softball, basketball and track for the Centralia
Panthers.
Mrs. Galloway graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in
1993 with a BS in Physical Education/Health and a BS in Corporate
Wellness. Mrs. Galloway has also received her Masters Degree in
Education at Webster University. She played basketball and ran track for
the Bearcats while attending N.W.M.S.U.
Mrs. Galloway and her husband, Roger, have two boys. Jackson is 5
years old and Jake is 1 year old. They live in Greenwood and enjoy
being with family and staying active.
       Cupstacking
See it, Believe it, Try It!
•Promotes bilateral proficiency
•Ambidexterity
•Develops hand-eye coordination
•Quickness and Concentration
It is our mission for all students to obtain
the values, tools, and skills needed to
achieve a healthy and physically fit lifestyle.
It takes a village to raise a
healthy child…………..
Good health is necessary for
academic success.
          Flexed Arm Hang




Sit-ups



               This is my favorite!




             Sit-n-Reach
Compares scores to researched and developed health
  standards rather than to national averages.

Measures health-related physical fitness rather than
  performance of physical or sport-related skills.

Recommends individualized physical activity programs that
  will help students in the areas where they need
  improvement.
Grades 4-6
Student’s name, birthdate, gender, grade, height, and
   weight must be entered as well as their individual test
   items
Computerized scores will be sent home 1st and 4th
   quarters
Play Hard!
Eat 5
servings of
fruits and
vegetables a
day.
Cut down on
sodas and
juice drinks.
8 glasses of
water a day
   Dance

• Is designed to
  develop basic
  movement skills,
  and physical fitness
  as well as to
  enhance mental,
  social, and
  emotional abilities.
Believe in Yourself




Active kids are better learners!
             TEAMWORK!
Physical activity builds friendships and
              self-esteem.
Physical activity will
improve academic
performance.
Spring Spectacular!
Make healthier choices to provide energy and
prevent disease.
    Visit the Richardson Physical
    Education Web Page for more
information about the curriculum and
    activities associated with P.E.

           http://rhe.k12.mo.us/

				
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