Physical Education, Mr. Williams

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Mr. Williams

Phone:  623-388-2321  ext. 2511
Homeroom:  Gym


Welcome to the Nadaburg Physical  Education webpage. 


Physical Education helps student's develop the knowledge, fitness levels, motor skills, and personal and social skills to obtain the ultimate goal of a lifetime of physical activity and health.  Each student should be exposed to a healthful life style that includes consistent exercise and healthy habits.  The physical education program will introduce sports' skills and basic game play for all major sports.  Cooperative skills, sportsmanship, and teamwork will be emphasized.  Each lesson is composed so that motor skills as well as cognitive skills are enhanced.  Becoming a life long learner in physical education is the programs main goal.  The students focus on skill development with activities in partnerships and in games with small groups that allow everyone to participate


Skill development is measured through continued observation and skill tests.  Each student is encouraged to develop at their own pace.  The department stresses non-competitive behavior and sportsmanship throughout the skill development.  Encouragement and support is among the students is a priority throughout the curriculum.  With the ability to work with each other, students can have an excellent experience in class.  


The Physical Education curriculum is aligned with the State of Arizona Physical Education Standards.  Your child will learn the importance of fitness and will be involved in regular vigorous activity.  They will learn to appreciate movement as an active and enjoyable experience.


Some  benefits of Physical activity are:

Reduces the risk of heart disease.

Reduces risk of developing atherosclerosis, commonly beginning by age ten. 

Lowers their chance of developing high blood pressure.

Helps maintain healthy bones, muscles, and joints.

Decreased risk among females of developing breast cancer.

Reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Fosters improvement in mood, feelings, and well-being.

Helps control blood sugar and weight, develop lean muscle, and reduce body fat.

Helps increase concentration, reduction in disruptive behaviors, and improement in the classroom.


P. E. Attire
1. Athletic Shoes should be worn during P.E. (no slip-on or platform styles, must be closed toed. Shoes must be
tied, so they do not fly off.)
2. Comfortable "action" clothes should be worn.
3. Shorts should be worn underneath skirts and dresses.

Arizona P. E. Standards
 See the Az. P.E. Standard Page to view the P. E. Standards