Mr. Doyle & Miss Profitt

Central Physical Education

1.7) Teachers in the Physical Education Spotlight

TEACHERS IN THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT

Mr. Butler addresses the students at Central School on May 20th, 2011 during an all school assembly focusing on students being “Healthy and Active for a Lifetime.”  He is wearing the green shirt and medal he earned for running in the Pittsburgh Half-Marathon earlier in the year.  In addition to being an avid runner, Mr. Butler enjoys biking and playing basketball.   He recently took a bike trip on the Great Allegheny Passage.  The students and staff admire and respect Mr. Butler for his outstanding teaching ability but also for his obvious commitment to staying healthy and active for a lifetime.  Thanks Mr. Butler!

“Healthy and Active for a Lifetime!” 

 TEACHERS IN THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT

“Healthy and Active for a Lifetime!” 

Mrs. Hallis, a fourth grade teacher at Central School is holding a medal she won for participating in the Country Music Marathon in Nashville, Tennessee on April 30th, 2011.  She ran the race in 4:06:44 (4 hours : 6 minutes : 44 seconds) which is quite an accomplishment for a first time marathoner.  Mrs. Hallis is inspiring her students with her dedication and hard work; they see that she is committed to being Healthy and Active for a Lifetime!

 Congratulations from the Physical Education Department!

Mr. Doyle and Miss Profitt

TEACHERS IN THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT  

 

“Healthy and Active for a Lifetime!”

Mrs. Kinson was a teacher at Central School, pictured above with her fourth grade class.  She is the one standing in between the words “HEALTHY” and “ACTIVE” with her cross country skis.  Mrs. Kinson is committed to being healthy and active for a lifetime.  One of the ways she is active in the winter time is by participating in the sport of cross country skiing.  In the spring time, summer and fall she puts in a lot of miles walking.   In the lunch room, teachers will often ask Mrs. Kinson about the healthy foods she brings each day for lunch.  She inspires students and teachers alike to live a healthier lifestyle.

Congratulations from the Physical Education Department!

Mr. Doyle and Miss Profitt