The purpose of the sixth grade school day physical education program is to expose students to as many different types of physical activities as possible throughout the course of the school year. Girls are provided the opportunity to grow into their bodies in a supportive environment that encourages participation and values fun. The sixth graders attend PE classes three times each week. Units for this program include: soccer, basketball, volleyball, track and field, self-defense, team building, field games, dance appreciation, yoga, and flamenco.
The focus for the seventh and eighth grades is to build skills while also working on core concepts such as: being a supportive member of a team, health, personal fitness, goal setting, anatomy, balance, attitude, and leadership. Each girl has the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities three times a week while developing these skills. Each trimester 7th grade girls will participate in one of the three categories listed below: Movement, Individual Fitness, Team Sports, while 8th grade girls will have the opportunity to elect courses within these topics.
6th, 7th & 8th Grade After School Sports Teams
Julia Morgan School is a member of the Middle School Sports League of the East Bay and competes with other local middle schools in basketball, soccer, and volleyball. All 6th, 7th and 8th graders are eligible to play on the team. Our program is free of charge, no previous experience is necessary, and all who tryout make a team. Practices and games occur after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Game schedules are determined within the first two weeks of practice. If we have enough girls to make two teams they are split into a JV and Varsity team. This decision is based on a skills assessment and ensures a better experience in competition with other teams at their level.