Physical Education

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Mr. M’Jumbe Williams (a.k.a. Coach Jay) is one three children. He has one sister and one brother. Raised in Watts, CA, he graduated from Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles. While attending Fresno City Community College, he earned his AA degree and was also proud to be a part of the 2004-2005 Fresno City Community College undefeated men’s basketball team (34-0). He later transferred to Arkansas Monticello University and played college basketball for two years, then took advantage of his skills in basketball to play professionally in Japan for a year. When he returned home, he started working with LA’s Best after school program, while attending the University of Cal State Dominguez Hills, in Carson, CA. Mr. Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education.

He always knew that he wanted to be a Physical Education teacher because he enjoys educating students of the benefits of living a healthy and active life style.

Mr. Williams has had experience teaching at Los Angeles Leadership Academy High School in Lincoln Heights, and also has worked as a substitute teacher in the Los Angeles area. Most recently, Coach Jay worked at ICEF Inglewood Middle Charter Academy as the head Physical Education teacher.

He is looking forward to sharing his passion for physical education with the students and the community of St. Anthony of Padua.

Increased physical activity during the school day can help children’s attention, classroom behavior, and achievement test scores. Meanwhile, the decline of play is closely linked to ADHD; behavioral problems; and stunted social, cognitive, and creative development.  – Darrell Hammond

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On  Saturday, February 18 from 1:30pm to 6:00pm students will have a chance visit the college campus of Loyola Marymount University. This great opportunity is being offered to our school by the way of the Saint Sebastian Sports Project. Saint Sebastian  has blessed us with physical education equipment that has help me teach our students many different sports. I am asking … [Read more...]

PE Schedule For Parent Conference Week


The schedule has changed for next week's PE Class.  Please make sure to read the schedule below. Kinder  Wednesday 10:15am-11am  1st grade         Monday 2pm- 3pm 2nd  grade         Wednesday 9am-10am 3rd grade        Wednesday 11am-12pm   4th  grade           Monday 1pm-2pm 5th  grade          Thursday 9am-10am 6th grade           Tuesday 9am-10am 7th grade        … [Read more...]


Make-up work is required for any absence. Attached is a list of 14 various make-up work activities that a student can choose from.  One of the 14 options should be selected for each day of the absence. For example, if a student is absent from school for three days, two of which were P.E. days, he/she should select two of the 14 options on the list, complete the two … [Read more...]