• Classroom Photo of teacher Marc Cutler


    My name is Marc Cutler and I'm your son/daughter's Physical Education Teacher.  I'm originally from Butte, Montana and received my Health and Human Performance degree and Elementary Education degree from The University of Montana Western.  I taught Sixth Grade one year in Absarokee, Montana, taught six years of Elementary Physical Education in Saint Ignatius, Montana and taught one year of Physical Education at Franklin here in Missoula.  This is my fourth year at Lowell and love teaching your son/daughter Physical Education!  

     PE Parent Teacher Conferences and Learning Intentions Trimester 1

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    PE Learning Intentions Trimester 3

    School Schedule

    Red Pod 2nd-5th

    8:05-8:15 Red Pod Duty

    8:45-9:30 4H PE

    9:45-10:30 3R PE


    11:30-12:15 Lunch

    12:20-1:05 2B PE

    1:15-1:30 3R Recess Duty

    1:30-2:30 Prep

    2:30-3:15 (Thursdays 1:45-2:30) 5H PE 

    3:15-3:25 (Thursdays 2:30-2:40) Bus Duty 


    Blue Pod 2nd-5th

    8:05-8:15 Blue Pod Duty 

    8:15-8:45 Prep


    9:45-10:30 3O PE

    10:45-11:30 2O PE

    11:30-12:15 2C PE

    12:15-1:00 Lunch

    1:00-1:45 4N PE 

    1:45-2:30 Prep

    2:30-3:15 (Thursdays 1:45-2:30) 5K PE

    3:15-3:25 (Thursdays 2:30-2:40) Bus Duty


    Green Pod K-1st

    8:05-8:15 Green Pod Duty (By Ms. Gayla's desk)

    8:40-9:25 1B PE

    9:30-10:15 1F PE 

    10:15-11:00 1L PE

    11:00-11:45 Lunch

    11:55-12:40 KG PE

    12:45-1:30 KH PE

    1:30-2:15 KS PE 

    2:15-3:15 Prep

    3:15-3:25 (Thursdays 2:30-2:40) Bus Duty 



    Marc Cutler 

    Lowell Elementary Physical Education Teacher

    (406) 728-2400 ext. 4449



    Online PE Resources

    Try to get your heart rate up for at least 60 minutes (1 hour) a day.  Walking, jogging, and running are great ways to get your heart rate up.

    Doing your favorite streches/yoga pose are great for the body and brain.  You could stretch your arms, legs, sit ups, push ups, planks, and wall sits.  Yoga poses include cat/cow, lotus (legs criss cross and feet on your legs), cobra, downward dog, and flamingo (balancing on one foot).  Deep breaths through your nose and out through your mouth with all of these.

    Wonderful yoga video for children Yoga for Kids

    Go Noodle is an awesome website for kids to stay active!

    OPEN has some amazing resources for physical activity! 

    Stay Healthy, Safe, and Active! 


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