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Changing clothes for P.E. should not always be necessary

Changing clothes for P.E. should not always be necessary

Chelsea Strober '21

January 7, 2019


Filed under Opinions

The bell rings and it is time for me to leave math class and head to P.E. I speed walk to the locker room, dodging anyone in my way. Getting into my change of clothes and making it to class on time is my priority. I arrive, change into a whole new outfit, and make my way to where my class is meeting on...

[Sept. 2016 News] New equipment propels P.E. department different curriculum

October 11, 2016


Filed under Paper Archives

By Ashton Dedona '17 Arts Editor and Kaya Leitner '19 The physical education department has made changes to its curriculum this year but not to the state of its boys’ locker room.   Some students questioned why the 2013 Pep Grant, provided by the U.S. Department of Education for Nutrition and ...

New lifetime gym causes gender divide

New lifetime gym causes gender divide

September 19, 2014


Filed under Sports

Physical education, gym class, free time, torture. Call it whatever you will. For years, the physical education classes in Westport have predominantly consisted of the same type of curriculum. Each class goes through certain sports units, health units and even swim lessons that make P.E. one of the best...

Paddling through P.E.

Molly Liebergall, Staff Writer

September 16, 2014


Filed under Sports

The Staples pool is associated with swimming laps and playing water polo, but the new addition of kayaking to the P.E. program has changed students’ opinions of the infamous quarter-long course. The idea to add kayaking to the P.E. curriculum originated from the Physical Education Department Chair,...

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