This year the physical education classes at Tosa East will have a new configuration. Students will be offered an entire semester course designed around lifetime adventure activities including rock climbing, indoor and outdoor high rope, kayaking, and snorkeling.
To enhance the newly developed Adventure Pursuits course, Teri Kandel and John Simon from Tosa East have been awarded a $3,376.00 Education Foundation of Wauwatosa (EFW) grant to add an archery unit. The addition of archery to the curriculum offers students instruction and exposure to a recreational sport that is gaining popularity. It is adaptable to most learning styles and students regardless of disabilities. Students do not need strength, speed, or a high level of athleticism to be successful thus allowing all students to experience success. The practice of archery develops a student’s ability to concentrate and focus which are skills that can be translated into other areas of life such as study skills and test taking.
For more information on the other twelve 2013-2014 grants, visit www.tosaefw.org.
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