Physical Education || Educación Física

Claremont Physical Education promotes…

HEALTHY HABITS
Feed Your Body! Work Your Body! Take Care of Your Body!

  • Eat breakfast as soon as you can after you wake up to get your body working to the best of its abilities.
  • Participate in an after school/extra curricular activity that contributes to your health.
  • Eat breakfast as soon as you can after you wake up to get your body working to the best of its abilities.
  • Drink 64 ounces of water a day.
  • Don’t forget to go outside and play.

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Bienvenidos a educación física  || Welcome to PE

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Mr. Jason Cash
jason.cash@apsva.us
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Hey Claremont! Mr. Cash is a graduate of Virginia Tech and he loves teaching elementary PE. When he is not teaching, Mr. Cash enjoys the outdoors and getting time with his wife, four children, two dogs, one cat and a bird. Our PE program is an award-winning part of your child’s time at Claremont …. Mr. Cash is happy to be a part of it.


whitelawMr. Ryan Whitelaw
ryan.whitelaw@apsva.us

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Hi! I’m Mr. Whitelaw and I teach Physical Education and Health. This is my third year teaching P.E. I grew up in Maryland and attended the University of Maryland. After UMD I did personal training for a few years and also worked as a sports camp instructor. Because I loved working with young people so much, I decided to go back to school and get my teaching certificate. I am very passionate about health, fitness, and physical education and hope to share this passion with the students, staff, and families of Claremont!


Photo of PE teacherRebecca Kerney 

rebecca.kerney@apsva.us

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Hello Claremont. My name is Rebecca Kerney and I received my bachelor’s degree from VCU. I am from Richmond, Va. Before teaching health & PE, I was a Deputy Sheriff. On my off time, I enjoy going to any sporting event and I also enjoy dancing. I am currently in the Reserves.