West Elementary - Mrs. Jennifer Bell

  •  I miss seeing everyone in the gym being active and having fun.  While you are home make sure you are exercising your mind and your body. Check out our Elementary PE page: https://www.wscschools.org/Page/20799

    My weekly update- PE Playbook, is listed below.

    Exercise is so important to help keep you healthy.  Take a deep breath, and let it all out...

    I cannot wait to see you again. Have a great summer! Stay active and #justplay.

      

    Physical education involves activities and lessons that will teach core character traits and provide students with the skills and knowledge to become healthy, active, lifelong learners, who will continually strive for excellence.

    Live well, Be well, Stay well.

     

     

     

PE@Home June

  • Cancer???   A must read!

    The Cancer Killers        By: Dr. Charles Majors, Dr. Ben Lerner, and Sayer Ji

     If you know someone who has battled cancer or would like to do anything you can to prevent a cancer diagnosis, then read this book! Lots of great information to let us know the other options beyond the traditional treatments. So much preventative information for a healthy lifestyle.

We Miss You!
  • STOP POPPING THOSE PILLS!

     100,000 Americans die every year due to adverse effects of prescription medications.

    1 million Americans are hospitalized every year due to reactions caused by prescription medications-  find the real source of the problem- stop trying to "mask" the symptoms by taking a pill!   That pill will only cause more problems which will result in more pills and more money spent!!!

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    A must read for all parents!

    Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction Is Hijacking Our Kids - and How to Break the Trance

    By: Nicholas Kardaras, PhD 

    There is a direct correlation between screen time and brain development of young children.  This is an important read.

  •  Those who do not find time for exercise, will have to find time for illness

    We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.

    - George Bernard Shaw