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    Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year!

    Hello!  My name is Tammy Moody, and I am a Physical Education teacher, coach and FCA co-sponser at Lamar Elementary School.  Go Cherokees!   I am happy to be returning to the classroom for year 23!  I am looking forward to sharing many new, fun and exciting games with my students, and to build and master movement skills along the way.  This could be a very unique looking school year, but I am persuaded that all will turn out well!  So, put your tennis shoes on, and let's get going!  If need be, you can contact me by sending an email to moodyt@wcde.org or by phone at (423) 753-1130.  I am typically available daily at 8:30 a.m.  



     Aim:  IMPACT LIVES!

    Expectations:  To maintain a classroom environment where forgiveness, courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control, respect and  victory are all upheld.

    Personal Philosophy:  Be fit for life!  (One day, the only thing that will matter is your health and Spirit!)

    Physical Education Classroom Rules:  Posted for all students in the gym and discussed over orientation days at the beginning of the school year or on an individual basis as new students arrive.

    Consequences:  Any of the following may be used:  verbal redirection, time out (brief or extended), on-the-bench sheet, yellow slip (grades 5 - 8), office referral,  phone call home, homeroom teacher informed, grade reduction.  We will be using the Lamar School discipline plan. 

    Grading:  Students receive a grade of E (Excellent), S (Satisfactory) or N (Needs to Improve) each nine weeks.  The criteria for each is distributed to the student at the beginning of the school year to be signed off on by the parent/guardian or on an individual basis for new students that transfer after the start of school.






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