Each week on Friday backpacks are sent home with students who would like to participate in the free program. Each backpack has 2 healthy snacks, 2 entree' items, and 2 breakfast items. Moore's National Honor Society assembles the bags voluntarily. We recieved a donation to start the program from Moore's Endowment Foundation. Recently, we received a $2500 grant from Town Pump. This will keep our program funded for this school year. If you would like to make a donation please contact me(Tammy Brewington)
Blessing in a Back Program sends home discreetly 2 healthy snack items, 2 entrees' items and 2 breakfast items in each bag with the student on Fridays Blessing in a Back Program sends home discreetly 2 healthy snack items, 2 entrees' items and 2 breakfast items in each bag with the student on Fridays weekly. The bags are assembled by Moore's National Honor Society voluntarily. If you would like your child to participate, contact me for an Opt in Letter.. The bags are assembled by Moore's National Honor Society voluntarily. If you would like your child to participate, contact me for an Opt in Letter.
is a series of Balance/Auditory/Vision eXercises,
of varied complexity,
all of which are deeply rooted in rhythm.Exercises are done with sand-filled bags and racquetballs, sometimes while standing on a balance board.
In distilled essence, Bal-A-Vis-X enables the whole mind-body system to experience the natural symmetrical flow of a pendulum.Bal-A-Vis-X requires focused attention, demands cooperation, promotes self-challenge, and fosters peer teaching. It is school friendly and just plain fun.
To understand BAVX intellectually, read Resonance. To experience Bal-A-Vis-X, and thereby to “get it,” take our Bal-A-Vis-X training at least once.
Bal-A-Vis-X was developed by me, Bill Hubert, after years of working as a first grade teacher, middle school teacher, and martial arts instructor. Bal-A-Vis-X wasn't born in a eureka moment. It evolved--a long process of connecting dots.
Dot One: Each year many of my grade one students didn't function well.
Dot Two: My martial arts experience enabled me to watch these 6-7 year-olds through the twin lenses of balance and rhythm.
Dot Three: I felt it important that all these students have fundamental balance and rhythm capabilities so I taught them such basic physical skills as throwing, catching, walking balance beams, skipping, and so on.
Dot Four: Slowly I became aware that, of all my students, the ones most deficient in these basic physical skills often were the same ones who struggled most academically.
Dot Five: I noticed, as we all worked on balance and rhythm, that now and then when a struggling student's balance and rhythm improved, his/her academic performance also improved.
Connecting these dots, then, posed this question: might fine tuning a child's balance and rhythm simultaneously address his/her academic difficulties? What followed were more than 20 years of trial and error to find out. The result, as of 1999, was the still-evolving program now known as Bal-A-Vis-X.
My personal Assistant Instructors are students. Since 1998 when y 7th graders adn I provided our first traiing (of a public school staff in Wichita), some 40 teens have traveled with me to train more that 15,000 adults on three continents. Without these student assistants, Bal-A-Vis-X could never have become what it is. One hour into your first training you will clearly see why.
© 2001-2017, Bal-A-Vis-X, Inc.
Welcome to my web page! I am very excited to be a member of the Moore Staff.
Hello, I am Tammy Brewington, I teach Special Education, I am the TITLE 1 Coordinator, and (Route 1 Bus Driver) at Moore School.
This is my fifth year of teaching in this position. I previously was a parareducator at Harlowton School District for 10 years then went to College at MSU-Billings to obtain a double major in Elementary Education and Special Education. The day I graduated in May 2013 was a major highlight in my life!
I live at Garneill, Montana on a small ranch with my husband and many animals. I have three daughters, Dezarae (Bozeman), Taylor (Winifred) and Shy-Anne (Bozeman). I also have a son Zackery who watches over us from heaven.
I love the outdoors, riding horses, raising dogs, vacationing to see family and friends.
My passion is working and learning from children with Austism. I look forward to enhancing my experience in this area by incorporating Horses. Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.