Mrs. Christa DeWitt



Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Christa DeWitt

Health and Wellness Teacher

Bachelor in Science in Movement Science from William Paterson University

Masters in Education from Marygrove College

  • Physical Education 2019-2020

    Units covered:

    Soccer, Football, Ultimate Frisbee, Physical Fitness, Team Handball, Strength training, Weight training, Cardiovascular activities, Basketball, Volleyball, Track & Field, Lacrosse, Softball, Archery, Tennis and Badminton, Pickleball, Floor Hockey.

    Freshmen only: Project Adventure 1: (cooperative games and problem solvers: first couple of weeks)

    Proper Physical Education Attire: For safety and hygiene reasons, students are required to fully change their clothes before and after P.E. class. NO JEWELRY

    • PE UNIFORM Grey Shirt $5 & Green Shorts $12
    • T- Shirt (different from your school Tee)
    • Sweatshirt/Sweatpants
    • Cotton/Mesh shorts **ALL shorts must be an appropriate length**
    • Wind/warm-up pants
    • Sneakers

    **If you are wearing your PE clothes under your school clothes or you get caught wearing your school clothing/pants under your sweat pants you will lose FULL CREDIT that day.

    *** All students must bring their own lock to secure their belongings in the locker room****

    Attendance: If a student misses class 16 days during the school year, the student will receive an incomplete. This includes being absent from school, sports teams leaving early, field trips, doctor’s appointments, school related appointments. Please remember if a student misses 20 minutes or more for class this also counts as missing the class for that day. (PE days missed for any reason will result in loss of that day’s credit and must be made up through written work from teacher’s website or student can ask teacher for information regarding written work)

    Extra Credit:  A student can earn extra credit for wearing the physical education t-shirt and shorts available for purchase at the school store. Each day Pirate gear is worn the student will accumulate 1/5 point towards their marking period grade.

    Lateness: Students must be in the locker rooms by the late bell or they may be denied access to the locker room and therefore unable to dress for P.E. This will cause them to be unprepared for class. Written Tests/Skill Test:  A progress assessment, either a written or skills test, may be given for each activity taught in a trimester.

    Contact Information: 609-593-3560 Email: