Physical Education Resources

2020 Graduation

The Administration and Board of Education of the Harrison Hills City School District explored all options to duly honor our Class of 2020 graduates.  However, in line with recommendations from the Governor of the State of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Education, the Harrison County Department of Health and consultation with legal counsel, we are announcing the cancellation of our in-person commencement ceremony scheduled for July 11, 2020.  Congratulations to all 131 graduates and their families; our hats are off to you and the bright future that lies in front of you.  You truly are today’s learners and tomorrow’s leaders.  Please click here to enjoy our 21st commencement ceremony for Harrison Central High School, as presented virtually.  Go Huskies!  

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Physical Education Resources

April 30, 2020 

Information for the Beginning of May

Hello everyone!

I hope all are well as we move through the difficult times we are enduring. Things are starting to turn the corner somewhat!

Please, be active and please record your activity on the log sheet I provided with the last lesson. Since we will not be returning to school this year I would like everyone with access to a computer to email me a photo of those sheets to [email protected]. If you are getting the lessons through the packet method, I would like those to be returned with the LAST packets that are to be turned in near the end of May. Once again, stay well and keep moving!


Mr. Palmer

Activities We Can Do at Home 

April 7, 2020 
April 1, 2020 

Hello All,

I just wanted to share a couple of things that are upcoming for our PE class!

My goal is for every student to move, have a little fun and sharpen some skills in the process! In this next set of lessons coming up next week, I'm going to also provide a sheet that can be filled out as your child does things. Date, activity and amount of time spent can be recorded. I will just ask that this sheet be brought back to school when we return. It is very difficult for the “specials” (Art, Music, Computer and myself) teachers due to the large number of students we deal with throughout the school week. So for me to expect to hear from such a huge amount of families, is too much. So, you can just begin recording things when the sheet is given out next week! Thank you and I hope all is well!


Mr. Palmer

March 19, 2020 
During these difficult times, I would like to keep my students engaged in lessons which are very similar to what we do in class. I understand that not everyone has all of the equipment needed for everything included, but all I ask is that we do the best we can. My main concern is that ALL students keep moving as much as possible!! If we can spend a minimum of 10-15 minutes per day for 3 days a week, we are doing well! Of course you are welcome to do more!
We will rotate 4 different lessons. Which is a month's worth of activity. After the 4 lessons we will start them again. The next time through, try to focus on doing the activities with more precision. Just try to do them a little better! Remember, the key is to get off the couch and move! Thank you to everyone for bearing with us in such a strange and uncharted time! 
One more thing, although the lessons may show they are for certain grade levels, they will benefit everyone equally! I have chosen things that everyone can do, and probably already have done! The older students will just do these activities at a higher level because of their experience.
Thank You!
Mr. Palmer
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