PHYSICAL EDUCATION
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Field Day Hurdle Event

Welcome to Lyndale Community School's Physical Education Program. Children learn through movement experiences. They learn not only a game, a dance, or a skill, but to follow directions, to listen, to share, to plan, to strategize, to solve problems and to think. Through movement and learning, children can think, value and create.

Click on the titles to find out more information on the topics below and to the right:

Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA) Program

Students in grades 3-5 will be loging daily activity from September 24 -- November 2, 2018. Click the headline for more information.

TC Kids Marathon 2018

On Saturday, October 6th, 2018, students and families from all over the cities will be at the State Capitol participating in various runs to kick off the Twin Cities Marathon weekend. Many Lyndale students have signed up to participate in the mile and half mile runs.

There is a free bus leaving from Lyndale on Saturday, October 6th at 8:20am and returning by 12:00pm. Paper registrations are due Sept 27th and online registration closes Oct 2nd.
https://www.tcmevents.org/events/medtronic-twin-cities-marathon-weekend-2018/race/family-events

Please contact Ms. Engelken (previously Ms. Huff) or Ms. Grimes for more information. 
Jennifer.engelken@mpls.k12.mn.us and Martha.grimes@mpls.k12.mn.us

PE Schedule

Find out when your child needs tennis shoes for physical education.

EVERYDAY PHYSICAL EDUCATION HOMEWORK

Children need to be active for 60 minutes every day!

Asthma and Medical Excuses
Please have medication available in the Health Office for your child.
Expectations

. . .to provide the safe and enjoyable learning environment your child deserves.