Physical education

Chenee Johnson (Coach Johnson)

PE class

Here are some guidelines you can expect upon returning during this Covid-19 season:

  • When feasible, physical education classes will be held outside.

  • Activities requiring multiple students to touch or handle the same equipment will be avoided. 

  • Equipment will be disinfected between each use.

  • Any activities bringing students into close physical contact will be avoided. 

  • Visual markers will be placed on the gym floor and bleachers as a reminder of social distancing rules.

We have high expectations for all our students and we are "In It to Win It! 

At Lister, Elementary PE is taught in a fun style that promotes health, wellness, and physical fitness. In addition, our students learn about coordination skills, cooperative learning, and loco-motor skills. The activities implemented in class focus on improving cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. My personal goal as a PE teacher is to create interpersonal relationships with my students and to help facilitate the overall growth of each student in my class.

PE activities

Farm fresh feature

As a Healthy Zone school each month our cafeteria will offer samples of new fruits and vegetables. Zucchini is the featured vegetable for the month of September. All students and staff are encouraged to give it a try.

2nd grade student trying zucchini