Summer PE 2020 Motto
GREAT THINGS NEVER COME FROM COMFORT ZONES
Summer PE Update and Sign-ups
Sign ups for Summer PE will open May 5th at 7:00pm
Click the link below for more information about Summer PE and to sign up.
If you have questions, please contact a teacher listed on the page below
Welcome to the 2020 summer physical education course. Our course is designed to give students their freshman pe credit upon completing two summers of physical education. Each summer equals 1 semester of pe.
There are 2 sections of summer PE:
*PE 1 - First time participants
*PE 2 - Year 2 students
Our PE Teachers
Upon graduating from Goshen College in 2000, Mr. Borntrager continued his master's education through Adventure Education where he excelled in conducting large group instruction and team building activities. Mr. Borntrager has coached track and field at Goshen College and Northridge High School. Currently, he holds 12 titles at the Strong Man Competition. Mr. Borntrager currently lives in Goshen with his wife, Liz and their two children.
In 2005, Mrs. Swanson received her bachelor's degree from Bethel College. She currently teaches freshman health and physical education classes at Northridge High School. Mrs. Swanson leads summer school PE 2 classes. She lives in Goshen with her husband, TJ and their two children.
Mr. Wogomon teaches Sport and Rec and Health classes at Northridge High School. He began his teaching career after graduating from Ball State University in 1992. Mr. Wogomon then earned his masters degree from Indiana University. Mr. Wogomon will begin his 7th season of coaching varsity football for the Raiders. Mr. Wogomon lives in Middlebury with his wife, Maria and their 3 children.
Upon graduating from Hope College, Mr. Carson has taught for 25 years. At NHS, he teaches chemistry classes as well fitness classes. Mr. Carson lives locally with his wife Kathy and their two children.
Mr. Brabender graduated from Hannibal LaGrange University in 2001 and also received a masters degree from Olivet Nazarene University in 2009. He has been teaching physical education in the Middlebury school system grades k-5 since the fall of 2002. He just finished his 11th year as the head baseball coach at Northridge. He lives with his wife and 4 children in Goshen, IN.
Mr. Radeker graduated from Cortland State University in 1991 and also received a masters degree in education from Walden University. He has been teaching physical education/health courses for 26 years. Additional to teaching, Mr. Radeker is also the boys varsity basketball coach. He lives Middlebury with his wife, Robyn and their 2 children.