Physical Education Summary

The Physical Education program at Live Oak is designed to help students acquire lifetime fitness habits, develop both fine motor and gross motor skills, and build a strong foundation of personal health and safety. The program exposes children to a wide variety of physical activities from ball sports to dance. Students learn to move with balance, coordination and agility as they participate in physical activities that encourage skill development, teamwork, and an understanding of the strategies behind the play. Another important theme of the program is social emotional development which includes: self awareness, self management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making.Students in fifth through eighth grade have the opportunity to participate in After School Athletics. Live Oak competes with other Bay Area schools in basketball, cross country, volleyball, and futsal.