Here's a list of P.E. & Health teachers for the 2014-2015 school year...
Mr. Bills (Boy's Fitness)
Mr. Child (Boy's Fitness/Boy's Weights/Advanced Body Conditioning/Football)
Mrs. Hall (Health/Girl's Weights/Advanced Body Conditioning)
Ms. Jarvis (Girl's Fitness/Jogging/SHS Athletic Director)
Mrs. Oakey (Advanced Body Conditioning/Girl's Basketball)
Mrs. Smith (Health/Advanced Body Conditioning/Cross Country)
School Address: 1205 E 900 S Springville, UT 84663
School Phone: 801-489-2870 Ext. 1534
School Fax: 801-489-2806
A1: Advanced Conditioning
A3: Girl's Weight Training
A4: Advanced Body Conditioning
B2: Girl's Weight Training
Eat Right, Get Fit...
Work Hard, Never Quit!!!
"You'll always miss 100% of the shots you don't take."
In the education system today, we often forget how important personal health and wellness is for our students. We concentrate our efforts in educating the mind, but forget to educate the body! Without good health, quality of life deteriorates as we get older and we begin to realize the damaging effects of poor nutrition and lack of exercise. I believe that intervention at an early age can stop the recent obesity trends and make our society a healthier and happier one. Society is made up of individuals: when you're physically fit and healthy, you not only feel better physically, but you feel better about yourself, you're happier, and I believe that happier people are greater and more positive contributors to society as a whole.
My goal as a physical education teacher is to promote lifelong fitness and educate my students on how to set fitness goals and create personal fitness plans. I've heard it said that a "goal is just a wish unless it is written down." Similarly, I've heard, "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail." Goal setting and active planning are vital to our personal health and fitness. I encourage my students to strive to be the very best they can be mentally, emotionally, and physically. I believe in what I teach; I live what I teach; and I love the students who I teach! We can make a difference in the lives of the students we teach...but first we must actually want to make a difference!