• 'BUILD IT, AND WE WILL LEARN' - Cricket Fest

    With the City of Allen building a new Cricket stadium, new cricket equipment will be used to introduce Curtis students to the mechanics of the game. This equipment will give students knowledge and experience with cricket so that they can be experts when this stadium opens in 2021. 

    Curtis - Leslie Wilbanks

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  • Gymnastics for All

    Gymnastics will give our Lindsey Lone Stars an opportunity to try something new and learn about balance, teamwork, tumbling, and partner activities. Gymnastics can increase their self-esteem and give them a chance to be successful. Some students may even be interested in pursuing this as an extra-curricular activity. 

    Lindsey - Constance Beaney

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  • Mats Matter!

    Mats Matter will provide gym mats for students to use during games, fitness assessments, stretching and day to day activities in the gymnasium. 

    Bolin - Stacy Palmertree

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  • Pickleball Palooza!

    Pickleball Palooza will allow the 18 elementary pe departments to teach students the fun and fast paced game of Pickleball, the fastest growing sport in the world. Teachers will be able to teach age appropriate skills such as striking at different levels, overhand and underhand tossing, offensive and defensive skills, weight transfer as well as keeping students moving in this quick paced game.

    Bolin - Stacy Palmertree

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  • Rountree Runners

    The Rountree Running Club offers students a fun, safe way to be involved in a community of students working towards a fitness goal. It promotes team work, encouraging others, and friendly competition. It also gives students a chance to excel and become leaders outside of the classroom. 

    Rountree - Nichole Duncan

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  • Scooter Palooza

    The activities that students will perform on new scooters will be used to improve strength, coordination, and relexes. The scooters also offer sensory stimulation, via movement, and can improve balance and equilibrium reactions; this can help students get more comfortable with their bodies and conditioning/strength. 

    Curtis - Leslie Wilbanks

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