Início do Ano Letivo de 2010.

O Ano Letivo teve início no dia 22 de fevereiro.
O primeiro dia de aula é de muita expectativa para os alunos, pois querem conhecer seus professores, seus colegas, em que sala vão estudar, enfim, é um momento muito emocionante para cada um deles.
Confira as fotos do primeiro dia de aula na Escola.

Desejamos a todos um ótimo Ano Letivo!

Quadro Funcional da Escola /2010

Diretora: Sandra Corazza Gonçalves                
Vice-Diretora: Helena Mari Freire Wayhs
Coordenadora Pedagógica: Dinamara Kuhn

Fabiane Facco
Thaís Berger Moreira

Maria Lucia Timm

Técnica em Informática:
Angela Maria Feldmann Schmidt

Elisangela Dille de Lima Guillardi
Ivone da Silva Bairros
Jocelia da Luz Netto
Neli Severo
Rita Laudelina Silva
Silvia Cirlei Wegner Moraes

Ana Nara da Rosa Paula
Leonice Müller Gruhn


Educação Infantil:
Ângela Boldt do Nascimento
Maristela Rosa

1ª Série:
Maraisa Bonini Becker
Marlene Jungbeck

2ª Série
Carla Rossoni Souto
Juliana Barichello Bedin
Leila Krambeck Vieira

3ª Série
Aline Pias Lopes
Franciele Zügel da Silva
Simone Kich

4ª Série
Carla Denize Almeida
Francisca Marilene Abreu
5ª Série
Maria Francisca dos Santos 
Marlene Jungbeck

Daniele Cristiane Monteiro
Débora Mücke
Onice Soares de Oliveira

Maria Rosania dos S. de Oliveira
Maria Salete dos Santos Martins

Educação Física
Cenira Odete Ramos Droppa
Fernando Krüger
Graziano Benetti

Ensino Religioso
Ione Sauer

Solon Marcelo Lazzarotto 

Crisciana Valentina Cassol dos Santos
Cirlei Wizbiki

Cirlei Wizbiki

Ninfa Isabel Lemos de Lima
Romi Ohlweiler Rodrigues

Língua Portuguesa
Eliane Jussara da Rosa Leal
Giovani Severo da Silva
Neusa Elena Vargas Sousa

André Eduardo Ventorini
Maria Salete dos Santos Martins

Atendimento Educacional Especializado
Rosane Inês Thomas
Sara Adriane Medeiros Oliveira

Estudos de Recuperação
Olga Elisa Almeida Kersting

POM 2010 - All the stars in Portugal

POM 2010 was the biggest orienteering event in Portugal after the WMOC 2008. All the big guys came to Portugal and for me it's a great opportunity to learn from them (not as much as I wanted...). If you want to know all the latest news and check the interviews with the best athletes click here.

Middle Distance, 7,1k, (165m), 30c, 36'16 - Started really slowly. The last time I had navigated with a map had been 1 month earlier and I was afraid of spoiling it all in the firsts controls. Big deviation to the 13th. And lots of time lost in "little" stops (in red). The "time comparison with Thierry" in the map below is an huge help to realize how much time I usually loose with "slowing downs" (and maybe physically too!). Long legs are my current weakness. I really have to work on them.

Long Distance, 15,1k, (320m), 29c, 86'37 - I have always some difficulties with 1:15000 (I don't train with this scale as often as I should). Once again started too slow. Once again the long legs! I have a tendency to turn off the brain while I'm running in long legs! Physically I felt great, no great tiredness (my Gel stayed in the pocket). A blister in my Achilles slowed me a bit from on the 16th.

Surgery II, Ortopaedics, Otorhinolaryngology and Urology are over. Still PediatricsII and Gynecology to finish this endless exam season. Now I just can only think in the great training sessions after exams (most of them are already planned).

1st long session at track / O'follow or not?

Today it was the 1st long train at track (bye bye, sandy intervals at beach, I'll miss you a lot!!)
3x3000m P=5'
9'53 (afraid of blowing up)
I have to take in consideration that I've reduced my training loads a lot in exam season (even if I jogg faster, at 4'20 average, I make no twice a day trainings) and that I'm fresher.. but I think this is a good basis to work at on the next months... Can't wait for March to start pushing hard again...

About the debate about starts in orienteering I've also my own opinion. I know many people that think that following athletes is part of the game and that it is impossible to prevent it from happening. While it is possible to follow stronger athletes and to cooperate and while it is socially accepted, everyone (including me) will end doing it at some part of a race.
I've always thought: why not to do as in cycling time trials where the guy that is caught can't follow the wheel of the passing guy? Yes, I know it's a bit different but I think that the new Swedish rule (here) is the route to follow.

The 3 minute interval in Long distance is nice. Adding the swedish rule (with some adaptations...) I think that less athletes would be impaired compared to the actual rules. And with the new technologies the possibilites are endless!(what about a special SIbox in the spectator control that would block for some seconds with specified rules?) Well, but that's just me wandering around before the next 8h of study in the afternoon... =)