Teaching Philosophy

Ms. Wulster achieved her Bachelor of Science Degree from S.U.N.Y. Cortland.  Soon after attaining her Bachelor's Degree, Ms.Wulster earned a Master's Degree in Health Education and Professions from Montclair State University.  Ms. Wulster holds 90 graduate credits beyond her Master's Degree in various education related topics and courses of study (atmospheric science, meteorology, hydrology, psychology, and character education to name a few). Ms. Wulster has coached many sports at F.A.M.S. they include: field hockey, gymnastics, softball, volleyball, soccer, cheerleading, and track and field, & golf club. She is actively involved in the FAMS outdoor education program at Frost Valley and enjoys implementing the intramural programs at the middle school. Ms. Wulster is also a Field Day Coordinator at FAMS. 

Physical Education is an integral part of the school curriculum.  Through human movement students can concentrate on the knowledge and skill processes needed to become physically educated and physically fit. Physical Education provides a unique opportunity to contribute to the overall development and well being of every student. PE class can also provide the student with a sense of fulfillment, accomplishment and self-esteem. Our middle school program provides appropriate experiences that build on the student's previous knowledge,skills and character education development. FAMS middle school program provides students with opportunities to discover the value of movement, team work, cooperation, wellness and responsibilitiy to themselves and others, that can be applied over a lifetime. All students are given an opportunity to participate in  a variety of team, individual and dual sports experiences.



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