Physical Education at WSES
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Mr. Burda is originally from Western Pennsylvania. He attended Slippery Rock University for his Undergraduate degree and George Mason University for his Master's Degree. He moved to VA in 2005 and has been teaching at Willow Springs since then.
Mr. Silvis is originally from Northern Pennsylvania. He also attended Slippery Rock University for his Undergraduate degree and George Mason University for his Master's Degree. I moved to VA in the Fall of 2000 and began teaching at Marshall Road Elementary School. I transferred to Willow Springs ES in 2004 and have been working here since then.
Ms. Krimmer is our Adapted Physical Education Teacher at Willow Springs. She brings so much joy to so many of us here at school. We love you Ms. Krimmer.
The students did a great job working on:
Throwing and Catching Skills
Thanks to all of the parent volunteers that helped with our field day! (View pictures here!)
Striking with Body Parts = Basketball Dribbling, Volleyball skills, Balloon Challenges
Staff Basketball Game - February 16th, 6:00 p.m. Centreville High School (Mark your calendar!)
The Willow Springs Staff will be divided up into 2 teams, the Foxes and Willows, and compete in a basketball game on Centreville High School. The Willow Springs Jump Rope Team and Club will be performing as well. This is a great night to show your school spirit!
Rhythmic Activities - Jump Rope
Striking with Implements - racquets, golf, tennis, hockey
Volleying and balloon challenges
Fitness Testing, SMARTR goal analysis
Outdoor Games and Activities
Dribbling with feet
VA Wellness Fitness Training
I promise to do my best to...
Report for duty on time.
Perform my duties faithfully.
Strive to prevent accidents, always setting a good example myself.
Obey my teachers and officers of the patrol.
Report dangerous practices of students.
Strive to earn the respect of fellow students.
Being a WSES patrol is a privilege and requires being a positive role model for students.
If you have questions, or if you would like to learn more about becoming a patrol, please contact Mr. Burda and Mr. Silvis.