Health and PE

My name is Jason Shegda and I am the Health and Physical Education Teacher.  In 2009, I graduated from East Stroudsburg University with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education.  I also have a master’s degree from California University of Pennsylvania in Health and Wellness.  This will be my 5th year teaching at Ross.  Our goal in Health and Physical Education is to help each student develop physically, socially, emotionally, and mentally.  The extensive curriculum gives students the opportunity to see what types of activities they enjoy, in hopes that they continue to do them throughout life.  Students at Ross will come away with an understanding of why exercise and healthy living is so important for a fulfilling life.  

Class Schedule

Pre-School- Monday/Friday 2:30-3:00

Pre-K- Tuesday/Thursday 2:30-3:00

K/1 Eickmeyer- Monday/Thursday 9:45-10:30

K/1 Emminger- Tuesday/Friday 9:45-10:30

2nd- Monday/Thursday 1:30-2:15

3rd- Tuesday/Friday 1:30-2:15

4th- Monday/Thursday 9:00-9:45

5th-Tuesday/Friday 9:00-9:45

 

Physical Education Units
Chaperone Forms and Information
Please sign up for at least 3 field trips. There will also be a bike trip at the end of the year that will need a lot of chaperones, so we will keep you updated on that. There are also a few additional field trips that you can sign up for later. Thank you!

3rd Grade Field Trips Sign Up

Jungle Book – Imagination Stage

Sign Up Here!

Students will attend Imagination Stage’s Jungle Book. This field trip does not require much walking as we are taking buses directly to the location. Students must bring a lunch.

 

National Building Museum: City by Design

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0545ADAF29A7FD0-3rdgrade10

From the National Building Museum website: “Students become city planners by planning, then constructing an imaginary city. Guided by a museum educator, students begin to see connections between school curriculum and community issues.”

Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:00. They will then guide the students on the metro. The metro is right across the museum.

 

Museum of Natural History: Exploring Ecosystems

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0545ADAF29A7FD0-3rdgrade13

Students will be learning about habitats in a discovery room at the museum. Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:00 to take the students on the metro. The walk from there to the museum is a half mile.

 

Imagination Stage: Charlotte’s Web

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0545ADAF29A7FD0-3rdgrade8

Students will witness the beloved classic brought into life. Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:30. The walk from the metro to the stage is a half mile.

 

Imagination Stage: Prince & Pauper Bollywood

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0545ADAF29A7FD0-3rdgrade9

Students will witness the Bollywood adaptation of the classic Mark Twain novel. Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:30. The walk from the metro to the stage is a half mile.

 

National Building Museum: Architecture 101

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0545adaf29a7fd0-3rdgrade11

From the National Building Museum Website: “Students become architects and practice the skills architects use every day. Guided by a museum educator, the students practice drawing, model-making and examining the world around them.” Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:00. They will then guide the students on the metro. The metro is right across the museum.

Cross Country

Ross has recently been approved to have a Fall Co-ed Cross Country team, which I will be coaching.  The District of Columbia Interscholastic Athletic Association requires forms that must get filled out by a parent/guardian and doctor in order for your child to participate.  These forms can be found below. 

Jason Shegda

Jason Shegda

Health and Physical Education

jason.shegda@dc.gov

(267) 994-6149