You can start being a Heart Hero right now! Here’s how...
READY: You now have the power to start helping kids with special hearts.
SET: Set up your own web page for collecting donations by logging into yourHeadQuarters. Click here and login with the username and password you created during registration.
GO: After you make your web page, send emails to friends and family asking them to donate and to help you be a heart hero. A link to your personalized page will be included in your emails for donations to be made right on your own page. You can watch your dollars grow and know that more lives are being saved with every donation!
Thanks for being a Heart Hero!
The American Heart Association
P.S. Parents - Did you know that you can help your child raise money by using our social media tools? The Social Share, the Jump/Hoops mobile app, and Fundraise with Facebook tools can help increase your kid's donations.
Send your emails from the “send email” section of your child’s heartquarters versus your own email server. Email contacts are not shared with any outside vendors.
Mrs. Kay Calhoun, Physical Education and HealthTeacher
Fulton Junior High School
February Focus is Hockey and Hoops for American Heart Association Activities in PE Classes
Nutrition and Sochi Olympics Discussions and Exploration
Health chapter 6 Relationships
GLENCOE TEEN HEALTH CHAPTER 6 Dialogue at home encouraged.
PE/Health Grade: 50% dressing out and participating to best of ability.
25% Tests. 25% Assignments. Not dressing in required uniform, unexcused absences and work not made-up and/or completed, per student handbook, affect the PE/Health grade.
Thank you so much for emails concerning your child's absences, health concerns, or questions. Research shows communication is vital to school achievement.
Thank you for including your child's first and last name and PE HOUR.
Not dressing out prevents safe participation and results in a lower participation grade.
My teaching objective is for every child to earn an A as a PE/Health grade this nine weeks and I am working daily to make that happen. Students ultimately are responsible for the grade they earn.
Uniforms must be taken home at least once per week for laundering and returned the next school day. Fridays might be a good day to take uniforms home.
Please help your child remember to put the uniform in a bag and bring it back to school.
Fitness Stations in your basement can be fun for the whole family and requires very little equipment (hand weights, jump ropes, carpet squares, wooden blocks for a shuttle race). Stations can be: Push-ups (or hang a chin-up bar from the floor joists), curl-ups
(there are so many variations), shuttle run, jump rope tricks, jumping jacks, stretches, be creative with your own ideas.
Make it a circuit and repeat 6 times.