Mrs. Brooke Cameron

8691-Brooke CameronMrs. Brooke Cameron
Athletic Director, Physical Education, Computer

Brooke Cameron is a native Savannahian who attended Herschel V. Jenkins High School. During her High School years she was a 3 sport standout athlete playing volleyball, basketball and soccer. She was awarded a soccer scholarship to the University of South Carolina at Aiken where she played soccer for all 4 years. While at Aiken she earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Exercise and Sports Science. Brooke is currently working on her Master’s Degree. She began her teaching career in Fox Creek High School where she taught Health/PE and Technology. During her tenure at Fox Creek she coached Varsity Volleyball, Basketball and Soccer as well as being named 2006 teacher of the year.
In 2007, Brooke moved to New Jersey where she taught Middle School Health and PE at School # 6 in Cliffside Park, NJ.  She also served as assistant Volleyball and Basketball Coach at Cliffside Park High School.  While living in New Jersey she met her husband Jason Cameron.  The two got married in Savannah Ga where they currently reside.
In addition to teaching, Brooke Enjoys the beach, being active, shopping and most of all cheering on the rams at sporting events!

Curriculum Information for K – 8 PE: The focus for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten is to develop an introductory level to space, time, and speed. The use of basic locomotor, manipulative, and rhythmic pattern skills will be used.

First through third grade involves instructional programs that focus on gaining full mastery of locomotor skills and a strong understanding of manipulative skills through lead up games and activities. Responsible behaviors will be emphasized with students being expected to identify and demonstrate appropriate Christian behaviors.

Fourth through eighth grades involves an instructional program that focuses on the integration of locomotor and manipulative skills into a sports setting. An emphasis is placed on the use of these skills in individual and team sports. Students will participate in individual team sports, dance, and physical fitness units. A high priority is placed on their physical fitness, responsible behaviors and cognitive concepts.

PE 560Brooke Cameron said, “I enjoy teaching because there is never a dull moment! Every day is different because there is always something going on. It’s a challenge because you are constantly interacting with such a wide range of skills and engaging in different ways of thinking – Strategic planning and the ability to be responsive to different questions and situations makes every day exciting. Here at Saint Peter the Apostle you also get the feeling of family. The school environment makes it a joy to come to work each day and educate our young students in PE and Computer Technology.  Being the Athletic Director also allows me to have such great positive interaction with our parents and parish that supports all of our programs on a daily basis.”