Daily physical education impacts the format and nature of the school day. The classroom teacher deals firsthand with this impact. This study examined classroom teachers' perceptions of the impact of daily physical education programs on their students and analyzed what they believe are the true educational benefits or detriments of their students' participation in physical education. The Delphi method was used to survey observed outcomes within the cognitive, physical, behavioral, and social domains. The National Association for Sport and Physical Education, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Association for State Boards of Education, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all recommend daily physical education. Classroom teachers' perceptions of physical education programs may have a profound effect on both the learning environment and the continued existence of physical education programs in schools that have been faced with budget cuts.