Students engage in leisure, exercise for MAPEH week
In order to provide activities that encourage participation and appreciation of various leisure and physical activities that students can do at their homes, Marist School held its Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health (MAPEH) Week on March 8 to 19, 2021.
With the theme, “Time to RELAX: Relieve and Energize through Leisure Activities and Exercise,” the grade school and high school students had various synchronous and asynchronous activities provided by their teachers.
For their Music classes, Kinder to Grade 8 students engaged in activities such as meditative singing and exposure to local songs.
Meanwhile, in their Arts classes, grade school students visualized classical music through painting, watched videos of American painter Bob Ross, participated in an interactive quiz bee, created a poster, and made their original cartoon through a computer application.
Lastly, in their PEH classes, students from grade school to senior high school had a variety of physical tasks such as dance simulation of basic folk dance, workout through locomotor movements, incorporation of TikTok music in exercises, presentation of skills in Ultimate Frisbee, demonstration of bodyweight exercises, and demonstration of training and exercises at home.