P.E. shrunken class sizes have mixed reviews

Claudia Chen, Features Editor

Normally, P.E. class is vaguely reminiscent of a World Championship game, testosterone levels high. Today, classes feel more like Rec or Little League.

“It feels a bit like when the seniors go out on their internships,” P.E. teacher Cari Moore said.

For some teachers, having smaller classes was beneficial.

“I wish my classes were this size because would could actually do a lot more,” P.E. teacher Nicole Ross said.

She said that her classes usually contain 35 people; today, there were only about 15 students in her classes.