400 Kamena Street, Fairview, NJ 07022
email: info@aolgfairview.org



Dear Parents:

Welcome to the Academy of Our Lady of Grace Physical Education Program! This letter serves as a brief overview of the P.E. program. Main objective of the program is to provide the opportunities for students to learn about value of physical education, sportsmanship, living on healthy life, demonstration of skills, being a students athletics and performance evaluations in variety of sports. 

Your child is expected to come to class, twice a week, prepared to participate. That means students must dress properly and wear proper footwear. No dressing shoes, outside cleats, sandals, flip flops are prohibited for P.E Classes.  Students who do show up in anything that does not qualify will not be allowed to participate. Recurring problems will be brought to your attention.

Your 3rd~8th Grader child/children have P.E. Class this year on Mondays and Wednesdays.

If you child needs to be excused from class for a medical reason, the teacher must be informed by the school nurse, or students' doctor.  

The Assertive Discipline Plan and Rubric of grading system is explained on other pages.  If you have any questions, or need to speak with me, you may call the school office and leave a message for the best time for a return call. There is also an e-mail address on the school web page under Physical Education. 

As always, I am hoping that all students are enjoying every moment in P.E program and make healthy choices throughout their P.E classes. Lastly, I am pleased your child/children will be a student here at Academy of Our Lady of Grace.



Zeno Cho     


Children's Mass 9:00 AM

On Sun, 2. September 2018

Pre K 2, 3, 4 and Kindergarten...

On Tue, 4. September 2018

School Opens for All Students

On Wed, 5. September 2018

12 PM Dismissal NO BEFORE CARE...

On Wed, 5. September 2018

12 PM Dismissal NO BEFORE CARE...

From Thu, 6. September 2018 Until Fri, 7. September 2018

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