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by Amber Boudreau

This year the PE classes are participating in Hoops for Heart. It is a good cause and the money that is donated will go to the American Heart Association. The students will be learning about thier own heart and how it works. They will . . . read more Feedback

Physical Education

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October 16, 2013

For kickball I usually start them off very slow and step by step. For instance, we go over how to run the bases first with no outs. Next, I have them play where they run the bases until I have the ball. Then, I move on to explaining how to . . . read more

More K/1 PE

September 24, 2013

The students really loved playing Mr. Fox! We are now moving on towards how to throw a ball with the correct hand and foot. I put a sticker on their correct hand and a sticker on their opposite foot. This will help them visualize a bit more . . . read more

Kindergarten and 1st grade PE

August 24, 2013

We are having so much fun in PE! These students are quick learners. They love playing the games and learning new skills. So far in class we have went on a road trip where we learned about our personal space or personal bubble. Along . . . read more


by Amber Boudreau

Welcome to Chebanse Elementary Physical Education, but first let me tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Amber Boudreau. I graduated from Cissna Park High School in 2000 and ventured to Jacksonville, IL to attend MacMurray . . . read more Feedback


Stay safe, stay active, and have fun!

I hope everyone has a fantastic summer! Remember to stay active! Here are a few things to keep you busy this summer... Ride your bike...safely, go swimming, jump on trampoline, walking or running with Mom or Dad, and go to a . . . read more


April 17, 2012

This is our second year of doing Hoops for Heart at Chebanse Elementary. Our goal this year was $2,500. With exceptional students and parents we were able to raise $3,056! Last year we did amazing as well. I am so proud of everyone that . . . read more Feedback

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