This is how we feel on a rainy day

This is how we feel on a rainy day

Daily News and Notes

    • This is has tips, links, Motivation and Mindset items

      Home Learning

      Take advantage some of the giants in the fitness industries free online classes and services.  

      FACE TO FACE

      Set up some time for us to chat online

      FITNESS LIBRARY

      Word, Excel and Power point workouts and notes

      Viking Tube

      Videos with Fitness activities and lectures from different Physical Education teachers around the world

       

       Students that need help with technology click link below!

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      The Pittsford Central School District community works collaboratively to inspire and prepare our students to be their best, do their best and make a difference in the lives of others.   Our department deeply values this mission and hopes it can help support your through this time.  In accordance with our mission and beliefs, here are the things we want you to know.  We care about you and are here for you. At any time you can email us and we will respond without question.    We hope you can take advantage of our resources but if they are not enough and/or you feel overwhelmed always know you can reach out. We want you to stay safe.  Do as a responsible, caring adult would do. Do not be reckless but stay physically engaged.     Remain physically and mentally active, this will help support your overall well-being and protect you.  Help Support our Community.  At this extraordinary time, you have a chance to positively affect others.   Practicing responsible social behaviors might profoundly help someone that you may have never met.    This is your chance to be a hero and to show our community that your generation values the health and well-being of others

Daily News and Notes

  • Stay active and double up with kindness.   Have an elderly neighbor or relative?  See if you can reconnect.    The W.H.O has changed the term SOCIAL distancing to PHYSICAL distancing.    So don't disconnect from them. .

    • Maybe you can walk their dog.
    • Take their garbage to the curb.
    • Drop groceries at their door. 
    • Visit through a window
    • Clean their lawn of sticks and branches from the wind storm we just had.

    Try and spend as much of your day outside as you can!

    Victor Hill

    Here is a new link that can help you stay active at home.

    https://openphysed.org/activeschools/activehome

    1400 workouts with ZERO equipment.  Video player not needed.

    https://www.darebee.com/workouts.html