Welcome to ERG ED: Paddling Towards Success with Tulsa Public Schools, The George Pocock Foundation and the Tulsa Youth Rowing Association!
Are you ready to embark on an exciting fitness, teamwork, and personal growth journey? Look no further than the ERG ED program, a collaborative initiative between Tulsa Public Schools, The George Pocock Rowing Foundation, and the Tulsa Youth Rowing Association.
Let us take you through what ERG ED is all about.
What is ERG ED?
ERG ED is an innovative physical education program that brings the world of rowing into the classrooms of Tulsa Public Schools.
This unique program is designed to engage students of all ages in a fun and challenging fitness experience while promoting valuable life skills.
ERG ED Promotes
Key Features of ERG ED
Fitness for All Ages: ERG ED is suitable for students of all ages, making it an inclusive program that can be enjoyed from middle school through high school.
Teamwork and Collaboration
Rowing is a team sport, and ERG ED encourages students to work together, fostering a sense of camaraderie and teamwork.
Beyond physical fitness, ERG ED helps students develop critical life skills such as discipline, goal setting, and time management.
Students can participate in friendly competitions, motivating them to push their limits and achieve their personal best.
ERG ED is open to students of all fitness levels and abilities. It’s a program where everyone can find their place and thrive.
How It Works:
ERG ED integrates into Tulsa Public Schools’ physical education curriculum. Students can learn and practice rowing techniques right in their school gymnasium.
Physical Educators in Tulsa Public School receive training from our coaches to ensure the highest level of instruction and supervision for our ERG ED program.
Students can track their progress, setting personal fitness goals and witnessing their improvements over time.
Events and Competitions
ERG ED provides the opportunity for rowing events and competitions, allowing students to showcase their skills and compete with peers from other schools.