Coach Phillip Gibson is entering his sixth year as a teacher/coach and his second year at Hubbard ISD. Coach Gibson is teaching Physical Education at the elementary. He is coaching High school football, basketball, and will serve as the Head Track and Head Powerlifting coach. He will also be leading the FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) at the High School. He is graduate of Groesbeck High and Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology/Education. Coach Gibson also played football as a receiver at the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor. While at UMHB he was a member of the 07-08 Conference Championship team. His wife Jennifer is a fifth grade teacher at Midway ISD and they have a son named Hudson who will turn 2 years old in January. Coach Gibson is looking forward to teaching Physical Education and coaching here at Hubbard ISD.

 

Dear Parents,

          Our motto this year will be “We Will Win!” This statement means that we want to teach our students a competitive edge at everything they do for the present and future. For example, we want our students to have success and win in the classroom, win at their relationships with family and friends.Win on the ball fields and courts. My coaching philosophy includes treating students with respect, developing a team first mentality, making every student feel like they are important and coaching with positive energy and enthusiasm! We Will Win!

 

Hubbard Elementary Physical Education

 

Week 22

Monday- Feb 12

Locomotor skills- Running, skipping, jumping, hopping. Movement- Balance, flexibility;

 

Tuesday Feb 13

Basketball skills- passing, dribbling, shooting

 

Wednesday Feb 14

Locomotor skills- Running, skipping, jumping, hopping. Movement- Balance, flexibility;

 

Thursday Feb 15

Basketball skills- passing, dribbling, shooting





 

Friday Feb 16

The PE Players of the week will get to select from a few different games to play of their choice. Each week throughout the school year I will be selecting students from each class for our Physical Education players of the week.  These helpers will help with warm ups, be used in the demonstration of skills, as well as, collecting and passing out of equipment.  To be selected as a helper, students will have shown several qualities: shows respect and responsibility, is a hard worker, good listener, and displays a positive attitude!

 

Pre- K Monday-Friday

Playground or gym- Locomotor Skills

Tricycles,balls

 

Week 23

 

Monday- Feb 19

Locomotor skills- Running, skipping, jumping, hopping. Movement- Balance, flexibility;

 

Tuesday Feb 20

Basketball skills- passing, dribbling, shooting

 

Wednesday Feb 21

Locomotor skills- Running, skipping, jumping, hopping. Movement- Balance, flexibility;

 

Thursday Feb 22

Basketball skills- passing, dribbling, shooting

 

Friday Feb 23

The PE Players of the week will get to select from a few different games to play of their choice. Each week throughout the school year I will be selecting students from each class for our Physical Education players of the week.  These helpers will help with warm ups, be used in the demonstration of skills, as well as, collecting and passing out of equipment.  To be selected as a helper, students will have shown several qualities: shows respect and responsibility, is a hard worker, good listener, and displays a positive attitude!

 

Jag PE players of the week

Each week throughout the school year we will be selecting students from each class for our Physical Education helpers of week.  These helpers will help with warm ups, be used in the demonstration of skills, as well as, collecting and passing out of equipment.  To be selected as a helper, students will have shown several qualities: shows respect and responsibility, is a hard worker, good listener, and displays a positive attitude! We Will Win!

Contact info: pgibson@hubbardisd.org