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19
Mass/Giving Tree Drive
 
Dec
21
Christmas Program 6:30 pm
 
Dec
22
Noon dismissal
 
Dec
23 -03
Christmas Holidays
 
Jan
04
School Resumes
 
Jan
15
M.L. King. Jr. Holiday
 
Jan
25
CSD Religious Decathlon
 
Jan
28
HTS Open House
 
Jan
28 -03
Catholic Schools Week
 
Feb
02
Renaissance Faire
 
Feb
02
Staff In-Service Noon dismissal
 
Feb
03
Father/Daughter Dance
 
Feb
09
Staff Prof. Dev. Day No School
 
Feb
19
Presidents Day Holiday No School
 
Mar
02
End of Trimester 2
 
Mar
02
Staff In-Service Noon Dismissal
 
Mar
05 -09
Staff Apprec.
 
Mar
09
Choral Festival
 
Mar
10 -11
Stewardship Commitment Sunday
 
Mar
12 -16
Book Fair
 
Mar
13
Mass and SLE Award Assembly
 
Mar
16 -18
Religious Ed. Congress in L.A.
 
Mar
21 -22
HTS Registration
 
Mar
30
Good Friday
 
Apr
02 -06
Easter Vacation
 
Apr
10
Skate Night
 
Apr
13
Staff Prof. Dev. Day No School
 
Apr
16 -21
Missoula Theatre
 
Apr
20
Staff In-Service Noon Dismissal
 
Apr
26
Mental Math Bowl
 
May
04
Talent Show
 
May
04
Staff In-Service Noon Dismissal
 
May
08
Mothers' Day Tea
 
May
16
Music Recital
 
May
22
Student Council Installation
 
May
22
Sending Forth Mass
 
May
24
8th grade Baccalaureate and Grad.
 
May
24
2:00pm School Dismissal
 
May
28
Memorial Day No School
 
May
31
Field Day
 
Jun
01
Last Day of School 10am Dismissal
 
Jun
01
Mass and SLE Award Ceremony No EDP
 
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Physical Education

Students at Holy Trinity School are provideda Physical Education Program that helps them become physically educated, giving them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to enjoy a life filled with physical activity.

Through planned curriculum based on the Sacramento Diocesan Standards, California State Standards, and Holy Trinity’s School-Wide Learning Expectations, students learn the importance of a healthy lifestyle through study, exercise, and nutrition. Students have the opportunity to be challenged by many diverse activities throughout the school year. Physical Education in the class setting begins in Kindergarten, where the beginning skills are mastered, such as movement, coordination, flexibility, coordinated use of equipment, and cooperative teamwork.These skills are taught through activities such as parachute play, balance beams, and various forms of basic/intro sport play that will be further developed each grade level year. In grades 4th-8th, students are learning rules and safety requirements and playing sports such as Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Soccer, Dance, Baseball, and many other games and activities that strengthen skills set forth in the standards. Also, grades 4th- 8th are required toperform the activities set forth by the Presidents Council for thePresidential Physical Fitness Award whereeach student’s ability and progress is recorded andtracked throughout the year.

The fundamental goals for our Physical Education Program include:

  • To foster an understanding of sportsmanship and cooperation
  • To require attention to safety
  • To encourage and model enjoyment of all types of physical activities
  • To promote physical fitness for the purpose of increasing the quality of life
  • To challenge students to set goals
  • To foster acceptance of physical abilities of self and others
  • To enhance self-esteem by expecting performances that reflect a student’s personal best

The general class format for P.E. is as follows:

  • Each class begins with a prayer
  • Students perform laps and warm-up activities/stretches targeting each muscle group.
  • Instruction will be given in the areas of rules and safety.
  • The students will then participate in the explained activity.

Holy Trinity's Physical Education Program not only meets the state and national standards but also meets the needs of each child as an individual. We celebrate the "whole" child and strive to enhance their physical being.