PE Class

Practicing good sportmanship

The PE program offers a rich platform to glorify God by teaching students to keep their bodies healthy, as the temple of the Holy Spirit, and by exhibiting Christ-like behavior in our interactions with others. Our goal is to teach students to “love God, love others” by cheering on one another (Heb. 3:13), doing our best in all things (Col. 2:23), and exercising the fruits of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22, 23). The focus verse for PE this year is, “Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love” (Eph. 4:2).

Elementary Intramurals

Intramurals at BCS provide students with the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular physical activity in a moderately competitive environment. The Elementary intramural program serves as an alternative lunchtime recess activity for grades 1-6. Sports and activities will vary monthly and complement the current sports taught during PE class, including tag games, soccer, dodgeball, basketball, kickball and more.

  • Updates Pending
  • BCS sports intramurals
  • Tournaments elementary
  • BCS sports intramurals
  • BCS sports intramurals

Meet Our PE Teacher

Teaching Elementary PE is the best job in the world!  I love playing games with students, teaching new sports, running the Intramural program and helping children discover their personal strengths of physical literacy.  I enjoy all types of sports, but my favorite is soccer! I currently play with CWSA and am also involved in the many sports teams that my children play on including hockey, ringette, soccer and lacrosse.  My husband and I have three children, two that attend Bearspaw and a daughter who graduated from BCS. Our family is very involved in sports! At school, I also enjoy coaching the JH Girls Floor Hockey and the JH Soccer Team. Go Grizzlies! Sports is a great way to build relationships and share the athletic gifts God has given us to further His kingdom.  

Mrs. Suzanne Hatch
Elementary PE Teacher
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