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Per Governor Murphy, school will be closed for the remainder of the academic year.

 
Physical Education Department Home
Meet the Teachers
Days of Class
Activity Calendars
Middle School Physical Education
Elementary Physical Education
Middle School PE Units
Elementary PE Units
BLUE & GOLD FIELD DAY
Grades 5-8 Written Assignments
Fitness Unit
Suggested Fitness-Activity Apps
Soccer Unit
Football Unit
Ultimate Unit
Hockey Unit
Team Handball Unit
Basketball Unit
Volleyball & Newcomb Unit
Jump Rope Unit
Rugby Unit
Spikeball
Track & Field Unit
Wiffle Ball Unit
Lacrosse Unit
Badminton Unit
Pickleball Unit
FitnessGram Testing
Presidential Standards
Ring The Bell Club
Board Games

Meet the Teachers

Mrs. K. Ennis

Mrs. Ennis is in her 37th year of teaching physical education at Ho-Ho-Kus Public School.  She earned her BS at Springfield College in Springfield, MA  and her Master’s degree from Teachers College at Columbia University. In addition to teaching physical education, Mrs. Ennis is the athletic coordinator.

Mrs. Ennis has coached many athletic teams over the years including soccer, basketball, softball, field hockey, cross country and track and field.

Mrs. Ennis has two daughters and loves to spend summers at her house on Long Beach Island.

Mr. T. Mantone

Mr. Mantone is beginning his first year teaching at Ho-Ho-Kus Public School. He spent his first year after graduation as the Health teacher for Pine Brook School in Manalapan. He graduated with his BS in Exercise Science from Montclair State University in 2015 before continuing and graduating with his Master of Arts in Teaching from MSU in 2018. 

Mr. Mantone is also beginning his third season coaching Boy’s Soccer for Nutley High School. 
 
Mr. Mantone enjoys spending his summers traveling and down at the jersey shore. 

 


“The Ho-Ho-Kus Public School is committed to a high standard of academic excellence in compliance with the
core curriculum content standards in a safe and nurturing environment that will allow students to maximize their
potential and prepare them to be responsible, contributing members of a diverse society.”