Mrs. A. Boudreau
My name is Mrs. Boudreau aka Coach Boudreau! Thank you for visiting my webpage. I will post a little bit about myself and how I became a physical education teacher, along with the units we will be learning in class.
I am a graduate of Cissna Park where I was active in basketball and volleyball. I continued my love for sports at MacMurray College where I also played basketball and volleyball for all four years. I graduated with a degree in physical education for grades K-12 and a minor in psychology.
I graduated from MacMurray College in 2005 and was hired on at Central high school in 2006 as the varsity volleyball coach and P.E. teacher. I was there for 5 years and have been at Chebanse Elementary for 11 years.
I am currently married to my husband of 13 years. We have two boys, Reece and Graysen who are very active in sports as well. We live on a farm with 2 horses and 1 dog. As a family, we love to camp, play sports, go on vacations and show at our local fair.
Once we have the rules and expectations down for the lower grades. We move on to personal space so there are less collisions.The game Road Trip is a fun way to learn about your bubble or personal space. We work on their locomotor like . . . read more
Welcome back students and parents! To start the year off this year we will be doing soccer! Before every unit we always go over and practice each skill needed to play the game. So, in soccer we practice passing and . . . read more
Welcome Parents! 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 . . . read more
Since the students have learned all of their locomotor skills like skipping and hopping,they are ready to play the fun Mr. Fox game! I encourage all my students to show thier parents or to practice all these skills at home as well! . . . read more
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by Amber Boudreau
In August and September the PE classes took part in the flag football, flickerball and soccer units. Each unit was followed up with a study guide and a test. . . . read more