Ms. Jennifer Stanaland

Phone: 936-435-6700

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science Concentration in General Education Certifications in Physical Education and Mathematics.

Ms. Jennifer Stanaland

Howdy! My name is Coach Stanaland and I am super excited for my first year at Stewart Elementary!  This year we are going to exercise, play games and learn about how to keep our bodies healthy all while having a blast! I will not only be teaching Physical Education at Stewart, but will also coaching Volleyball and Softball at the High School. My schedule is listed below and my conference is 8:00 - 8:45.  Please send me an email if you need anything from me. Thanks and have a great day!

Class schedule:

8:00 - 8:45 CONFERENCE

8:50 -9:45 4th Grade

9:50 - 10:45 3rd Grade

10:50 - 11:20 Lunch Duty

11:20 - 11:50 Lunch

11:50 - 12:45 2nd Grade

12:50 - 1:45 1st Grade

1:50 - 2:45 Kindergarten

2:45 - 3:30 Athletics - Volleyball & Softball (At the High School)

 

MODEL B & C STUDENTS (Online Learning): PE GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODE... 

K-2: pkzy23l
3-4: xkw6d4r
  • PE Guidelines

    Please review the following to ensure that your child has a successful experience in PE!

     Participation and Performance

     Kindergarten: 

    E = Excellent - Indicates truly exceptional achievement, well above what would normally be expected of a student this age.

    • Student ALWAYS participates actively, safely and with a positive attitude in every class activity, skill or concept taught. (Zero parent notifications)

    S = Satisfactory - Indicates expected achievement for a student this age, applying to the vast majority of all students.

    • Student USUALLY participates actively, safely and with a positive attitude in every class activity, skill or concept taught. (1-2 parent notifications)

    N = Needs Improvement - Still passing, but indicates improvement is needed in multiple areas.

    • Student SOMETIMES participates actively, safely and with a positive attitude in every class activity, skill or concept taught. (3 or more parent notifications)

     

    1st - 4th Grade:

    E = Excellent - Indicates truly exceptional achievement, well above what would normally be expected of a student this age.

    • Student ALWAYS participates actively, safely and with a positive attitude in every class activity, skill or concept taught. (Zero parent notifications)

    S = Satisfactory - Indicates expected achievement for a student this age, applying to the vast majority of all students.

    • Student USUALLY participates actively, safely and with a positive attitude in every class activity, skill or concept taught. (1-2 parent notifications)

    N = Needs Improvement - Still passing, but indicates improvement is needed in multiple areas.

    • Student SOMETIMES participates actively, safely and with a positive attitude in every class activity, skill or concept taught. (3 parent notifications)

    U = Unsatisfactory - Indicates unacceptable and well below average achievement for a student this age.

    • Student RARELY or NEVER participates actively, safely and with a positive attitude in every class activity, skill or concept taught. (4 or more parent notifications)

     

     DRESS CODE: ARE YOU IN COMPLIANCE?

    With the warm temperatures out, we see lots of shorts and sleeveless shirts. Please take a moment to consult the student handbook to make sure your child is in compliance with district policy. Shorts and skirts must be below fingertips when arms are resting naturally at side. Spaghetti straps are not allow. Girls must wear shorts underneath short/dresses to participate.

     

    PROPER FOOTWEAR A MUST!

    Warm weather is here and no one enjoys wearing flip-flops more than we do. However, for safety reasons, athletic style shoes must be worn to participate in PE. This is also true for recess. Please see that your child has appropriate footwear in order to participate fully in PE. We have no problem with students bringing tennis shoes to class. We'll give them plenty of time to change.

    If you are unsure of the PE schedule, play it safe and wear appropriate PE shoes.

    • Boat shoes (Sperry's, etc) , Tom's/Bob's, dress shoes, ballet flats and flat soled boots will not result in an Oops Slip - but we encourage students to wear tennis shoes, as they truly offer the most support and protection.
    • Kindergarten students should wear appropriate shoes every day as they will be attending PE and one other Specials class each day.

     

    ACCESSORIES

    Often, items such as jewelry, watches, hair ties, bows, scarves, etc become a hindrance in PE. We ask that students wear their favorite accessories on non-PE days. We do not allow students to remove these items during class time as we do not have storage for valuables and many times, these items are left behind.

  • Frequently Asked Physical Education Questions

     

    My child is sick/injured and cannot participate in physical activity.

     Please send a note with your child explaining the nature of the

    illness and the specific limitations for physical activity. If your child

    will miss more than three class periods due to illness or injury, please send a

    note from your child's physician.

     

    Oops! My child is not dressed appropriately for P.E.

     Should your child arrive without proper clothing/footwear for

    P.E. he/she will receive a warning and possible parent contact 

    offense has happened 3 times in a 9 weeks. It is important

    that all students be dressed appropriately for safety and maximum

    participation in all physical activities.

     

    My child was absent during FitnessGram Testing. What happens now?

    We will schedule one make-up day for students that miss any part

    of the testing. Should students miss the make-up day as well, they will

    receive "no score" for the test they missed.


    Are FitnessGram scores part of my student's final P.E. grade?

    No. FitnessGram data is collected by the state. The data will

    have student names removed so that individual scores may not be identified

    with a particular student. Data is used to study trends and

    not to judge individual students.