Welcome/Introduction/Teacher Bio

  • Welcome to Mr. Blesso's Fit 1 or CrossFit class.
     
    Fitness is a key component in a successful and rewarding life.  Through the Physical Education programs at Vista, my goal is for you to achieve a high level of physical fitness and to take away a knowledge of fitness concepts and nutritional understanding that will help you lead a healthy lifestyle.
     
    I graduated from Oak Ridge High School in 1995 where I played Soccer, Football and Wrestled.  I graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles  (UCLA) in 2000.  I then received my teaching credential and Masters in Education from UC Davis.  I have been teaching Math and PE for the past 14 years.
     
    I enjoy traveling around the world and road tripping in the United States with my wife and my dog, Khiva.  I have a garage full of gear for my hobbies.  I like to mountain bike, road bike, Scuba dive, free dive, Kiteboard, Stand-Up Paddleboard, camp, run and do CrossFit.   
     
    Thank you for taking the time to view my page and please email me if you have any questions.
     
     
    tblesso@fcusd.org   
     
     

     

     
     
     
  • Please join the Google Classroom site for your class with the access code which is next to your class below.  
    Assignments will be added in Google Classroom when they are presented to students.
     
     
    Spring 2018 Google Classroom
     
    Block 1: Fit 1   8nrqzkx    
    Block 2: Prep   
    Block 3: Fit 1   vuusr7
    Block 4: Fit 1   nqq1gio 
     
     
    The best way to reach me is through email.
    tblesso@fcusd.org
     
    PE Activity Log information for Parents and Students
    Please click the link below to view a screencast on how to login to Naviance and  complete the Physical Activity Log.
     
     

    All 9th and 10th graders are required to participate in 36 hours of recreational activities every 9 weeks, for a total of 72 hours during the term they are not enrolled in PE (dance, fit 1, fit 2, CrossFit, weights).  Any physical activity such as athletic practices/games, biking, jogging, swimming, stretching, gymnastics, aerobic/dance classes, gym workouts, or other outdoor activities count toward the hours.  This assignment was discussed with your child in his/her advisory class.  Students should ask their Physical Education teacher if they need further assistance.  If your student is not taking PE as a 10th grader then they need to see the counseling office to have the task excused until they take their second year of PE.   

    Students will record their Physical Activity log in Naviance.  A link to Naviance is available on the school website.  Students need to complete their activity log task before Winter Break if they are taking PE during the Spring term or they will need to complete their activity log task by the middle of May if they are in PE during the Fall term.