Pass the torch.........exercise 30 minutes a day, at home and at school. Walk, ride a bike, play tag, toss a football....have fun!
All 4th and 5th grade students may join our before school "Fitness Club". We meet in the gymnasium at 8 am on Tuesday and Friday mornings. A selected group, will also be invited for the Primos Fitness Team, which will practice after school. Our Fitness Team has been very competitive and has won many medals in the Marine Corp Fitness Meet.
Our Physical Education class expections are:
- Do your personal best
- Demonstrate good sportsmanship
- Help others who are having trouble
- Cooperate with teammates and others
- Shake hands after each game
- Wear sneakers to Physical Ed. class
The Visual Arts Program at Primos Elementary School offers all students opportunities to develop artistically through the mastery of art concepts and skills. With a primary focus on the elements and principles of design, students are introduced to and explore a variety of art media, and techniques. The curriculum also includes an introduction to art history, master artists, cultural arts and references the connection of art to math, science, and language arts.
Primos is a multicultural community, which celebrates diversity through the arts. The students’ efforts are displayed throughout the school and in the district wide Annual Arts Festival. Primos offers a monthly after school art workshop.
The music program at Primos Elementary School includes weekly classroom instruction for students in grades first through fifth. Additionally, fourth and fifth grade students participate in weekly choral instruction. These students have the option to participate in the Eagle Choir, a select ensemble that represents Primos in the annual district-wide Gala, as part of the Elementary Honors Choir. They also perform in the community. Recent performances have included the Senior Center and Crozer Hospital. The instrumental program offers weekly lessons for interested students in third (strings only) through Fifth grades, including participation in the Primos Band and Orchestra. Primos instrumental students also play for special school-wide events: Halloween Parade, our annual "Walk Out On Drugs", the "Sing Along", and the fifth grade Awards assembly. Select students from these groups are also invited to represent our school in the Gala in the Honors Band or Orchestra, and the Drexel Hill Area Elementary Jazz Band. All fourth and fifth students participate in the winter and spring concerts.
Primos School Library is a multimedia center providing access to electronic and print materials. Included are computers, an interactive white board, and more than 8,000 books and periodicals. The library program promotes the love of literature and reading by introducing students to the works of celebrated authors and illustrators; and by encouraging students to borrow and read books of their choosing. Additionally, the curriculum helps students to become confident, responsible researchers. The goal of the program is to support students in their development as lifelong readers and learners.
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