Physical Education

B.A., American Studies, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA
Professional Teaching Certification, Commonwealth of Virginia
18 years teaching experience
RRCA Certified Running Coach
Certified Youth Fitness Instructor, FiTour
Certified Running Coach, RunFitKidz
Crisis and Recovery Certification, Prince William County Schools
St. Thomas Aquinas Regional School Crisis Committee
Member of the National Association of Sport and Physical Education


“I am grateful to be teaching at one of the oldest and finest Catholic elementary schools in Northern Virginia. Physical Fitness and athletics have always been an integral part of my life and I am excited to share this love of exercise, and the importance of fitness for life, with my students. As the proud mom of four beautiful children, all of whom have attended Aquinas, I have been part of this community for over 20 years; as a parent, volunteer, and now educator. I am thankful to the Dominican Sisters for the excellent education and Love of Christ that they instill in each one of the children of Aquinas.”

Welcome Back To P.E.!


  It’s NEVER too Early OR too Late TO WORK toward being the HEALTHIEST  YOU!!!

“You can make Mistakes, but you’re not a Failure until you Start Blaming Others for those mistakes!!”

John Wooden

P.E. Class Schedule:

MONDAY: 3A, 3B, 2A, 2B

TUESDAY: 5A, 1A, 1B, K1


THURSDAY: 7B, 7A, 8B, 8A, 6B, 6A

PE Contract 2019-2020





Students MUST be in PE uniform on PE day, to include:

* Aquinas PE t-shirt and/or PE sweatshirt. NOTE: spirit wear t-shirts are NOT part of the PE uniform

*Aquinas PE shorts and/or PE sweat pants.

*Sneakers: Pre-K-4.. all WHITE; 5-8..all black or all white or a combination of both black/white sneakers.

**Students must be in PE sweatpants and (optional) sweat shirt througout the winter uniform duration.




If your child is sick or injured and cannot participate in PE class, they will be required to provide a note to the PE teacher.

For a single day illness/injury: a note from the Adult in the Household.

For an extended illness/injury: a note from the Dr.

Physical Education Grades are based on  Effort/Attitude/Participation/Performance

Effort: to include participation, attitude, sportsmanship, adherence to PE uniform policy and completion/submitting the Fitness Contract(grades 4-8)

Performance: to include skill (learning and improving), knowledge awareness, mastering curriculum standards, and completion/submitting the Fitness Contract (grades 4-8)

 I did more than what you asked of me, that’s why I got a ….3

There was more that I could do, that’s why I got a…2

I did not do what should be done, that’s why I got a …1