Sean Conlin

    Physical education & health teacher

Sean Conlin
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Race Notice  

Dear Friends and Neighbors,


The Willington PTA will be holding the annual Willington PTA 5K and Fun Runs on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend.  This event will include an auction and three races (1/2 mile, mile, and 3.1 mile races).  It will preclude the very popular Willington Day celebration.  Each year we host over 300 runners and many spectators.  


We are currently searching for sponsors that will help defray the cost of the necessary items needed to operate and manage the race safely.  Each level of sponsorship receives valuable perks.

Gold level: $300 or more

     Company name on finish line banner

     Recognition during awards ceremony

     Company name on official race t shirt

     Company name on sponsor board

     Free race entry for five employees

Silver level: $150

     Company name on finish line banner

     Company name on official race t shirt

     Company name on sponsor board

     Free race entry for 3 employees

Bronze level: $50

     Company name on sponsor board

     Free race entry for 2 employees


If you are interested in being a sponsor or making a donation for our silent auction please make checks payable to PTA of Willington, and mail them to Center Elementary School attn Sean Conlin 12 Old Farms Road, Willington, CT 06279.  For Further information please contact Sean Conlin at 860 429 9367 ext223 or email [email protected].


Sean Conlin


Intro letter  

Physical education overview


Dear Parents and Students,

Exciting adventures are about to face us.  I am eager to work with the students of Hall Memorial School.  I am writing to give you some information that will help us to succeed with the challenges we will have in physical education and health. My focus is to help children develop greater strength of character, mind, and body as active learners.  We will follow a planned sequence of meaningful learning experiences that enables students to experience and enjoy physical activities throughout their lifetime.  The class environment will be a safe place where all students will be able to develop strength of character, mind, and body.   I love creating a learning environment where students are learning about a wide variety of topics while enjoying being physically active. I do a lot of physical education enhancement programs. I hope that we can work together on some of these truly special programs. Please help your child to be prepared for physical education by reviewing this letter with them and reminding him/her to wear sneakers on days that he/she has physical education. Listed below is my e-mail and phone number. Please do not hesitate to contact me if there is anything I can do to help. I am looking forward to developing a strong relationship between myself and the families of C.E.S. Willington PTA 5k & Fun Runs will be on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend.


1) Develop strength of character, mind and body.

2) Students will demonstrate competency and understanding motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.
3)Student will participate regularly in physical activity.
4)Students will exhibit responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.

Expectations for student learning
Physical education is an active, challenging class experience every class period. Students are expected to learn sport, alternative, and exercise activities, develop fitness, and understand fitness concepts, and to exhibit sportsmanlike behavior during all classes.  Students are expected to be enthusiastic and energetic, work at game skills and fitness activity with purpose and concentration, and to be a good partner and teammate.

General Responsibilities    
Class Rules:
How to do your best in physical education

Be collaborative

       Be polite to everyone

       Make safe decisions
      Be helpful
       Avoid interfering with other's learning

Be responsible for self

       Be on time
      Listen to the teacher

       Follow directions

       Be prepared for physical activity. (Sneakers and clothing appropriate for physical activity)
      No gum (as per student handbook)
      Must have a written medical excuse if unable to participate in class.  

Respect for property

     Respect self and others
     Use the locker room appropriately 
     Use equipment safely and as instructed.
     Put equipment back in it’s place when you are finished with it.

Clothing and footwear:

        1) Students should wear clothing that does not restrict movement, create safety problems, and         meets school dress code.

        2) Children must wear sneakers.

        3) Wheelies, sandals, high heels, and slip on shoes are not allowed.

Pal program:

Pal is a koosh sent home with students. He goes home with my students with his journal and a book. Students do a variety of physical activities with it. Afterwards, they read to him and write about their adventures with Pal. This program is for 5th grade.

Recess Games Day:

We will have a special day that will focus on teaching students games they could play during recess. Volunteers will be needed for this event.

Thank you for helping your son or daughter develop the strength of character, mind and body.   


Sean Conlin

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