•  Hello, my name is Ms. Griffin and this is my Eleventh year teaching Health and Physical Education. I am looking forward to my ninth year at Central Dauphin School District as the 6th and 7th Grade Physical Education teacher and 8th grade Health Teacher. 
      I graduated from West Chester University in 2003. I got a Master in Education with a Principal Certification from Cabrini College in 2010. 
      
     Important information about PHYSICAL EDUCATION class.
     
    Fall Activities:
    - Introduction to Physical Education (Rules & Regulations, Locks & Lockers, etc)  
    - Team Building Activities
    - Presidential Fitness Testing (Mile Run, Sit Ups, Pull Ups, Sit & Reach, Shuttle Run)
    - Cooperative Games (Ultimate Frisbee, Ultimate Football, Matball)
    - Flag Football

    *We will stay outside for as long as the weather permits, so please encourage your 
    son to bring a sweatshirt and sweatpants to PE .
     
    Football Preseason: Students are taught the necessary skills to successfully
    participate in our football games. 6th and 7th and grade students are all taught basic skills.
    Modifications are made for each grade to adapt to their skill level. 
     
    Skills include:
    - Passing
    - Receiving
    - Pass Plays
    - Positions
    - Offensive & Defensive Strategies 
    - Punting
     
    Football Season: Students are divided into six to eight teams in each class. There
    is a day of practice games and then we have a football tournament. At the end of our season
    we have a Super bowl playoff and the Linglestown Middle School SUPER BOWL!
     
     
    Winter Activities:
    - Indoor Games: Matball, Jump Rope, etc.
    - Basketball (Skills, Practice & 3 on 3 games)
    - Floor Hockey
    - Presidential Fitness Testing (Mile Run, Curl Ups, Pull-ups, Shuttle Run & Sit
       and Reach)
    - Volleyball (Skills, Practice & Games/Tournaments)
    - Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart (coming in February!)
     
     
     Volleyball Preseason: Students are taught the necessary skills to successfully participate
    in our Volleyball games. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students are all taught basic skills.
    Modifications are made for each grade to adapt to their skill level. 
     
    Skills include:
    - Bumping (Passing)
    - Setting
    - Serving
    - Rotation
    - Scoring & Rules
    - Team Strategies
     

     
    Ms. Griffin's CLASSES ARE CURRENTLY PLAYINGPresidential Fitness Testing 
    Flag Football Unit