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Physical Education

Coaches Dover, Pearce, and Rodriguez explain the next activity during PE
Lower School Students play tag during PE
Lower School PE Class
Lower School Students playing Freeze during PE
PE Students practice their bean bag toss
Pool Noodle Freeze during Lower School PE Class
Active Freeze Game during PE
Bean Bag Freeze Game during PE
Unfreezing classmates during Bean Bag Freeze a favorite PE Activity

The physical education program at Trinity Valley School was designed to provide our students an age- and skill-appropriate plan culminating in their physiological, emotional, and ethical developments. Initially authored and continually revised by our own P.E. Department Chair, Valerie Underwood, and Dr. Debbie Rhea of TCU, the curriculum provides creative and structured approaches to encourage the development of your child’s individual motor skills through intentional and directed play. Additionally, students are given the opportunity to participate in safe and encouraging group activities where values such as teamwork and positive peer support are taught and closely monitored.

Our goal is to help your child build the skills and confidence necessary to achieve a happy and healthy lifestyle.

Val Underwood, Director of K-12 Physical Education

Valerie Underwood
Director of K-12 Physical Education