Mr. Mueller

Welcome to Stewartville High School Physical Education! My name is Garrett Mueller and I will be your teacher for the upcoming school year. I am looking forward to a great semester with you as we grow to become healthy, active individuals! Physical activity is critical to the development and maintenance of good health. It is my goal to help you develop into physically literate individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of health enhancing physical activity!

This will be my 8th year teaching at Stewartville High School, and my 11th year of teaching overall. I am originally from Menomonie, WI where I graduated from High School. I then went to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, where I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education. After graduating, I got married to my wife Erinn, and we moved down to Charlotte, NC. I taught PE and Health there for one year, and then we moved to Raleigh, NC where I also taught PE and Health for 2 years. We finally got the chance to move back to the midwest in the summer of 2011 and have enjoyed it here ever since. I currently have two little boys named Drew (6) and Brody (3), and a puppy named Miles. I am also the Head Varsity Football coach this fall, and I am very much looking forward to a successful season. Stop out on Friday nights and check out the 2018 Tigers Football Team!

Contact Info:

Garrett Mueller

507-533-1509 (School Phone)

garrett.mueller@ssdtigers.org

**Please feel free to email me or call anytime with questions or concerns. The best time to contact me is before school or during my planning periods.

Teacher Schedule

1st Hour - Planning

2nd Hour - 9th Grade PE

3rd Hour - 9th Grade PE

4th Hour - 9th Grade PE

5th Hour - Prep and Lunch

6th Hour - 10th Grade PE

7th Hour - Duty

8th Hour - Lifetime Sports

Classroom Expectations

1. Be prompt.

You must be on time to class. You must correctly follow the procedures and begin your daily warm-up each time you enter the gym. If you are late, do not disrupt the class.

2. Be prepared.

You must have appropriate clothing/shoes to participate in physical education. Be sure to bring and wear your heart rate monitor each day. You must also bring a great attitude and have fun each and every day!

3. Be polite.

Respect others and equipment.

This means:

· No talking when others are (teacher or students)

· Listen with your eyes and ears

· Raise your hand to ask questions

· Use equipment as instructed! Take out equipment properly and put it away as you found it. You will be charged for any equipment that is damaged due to improper use.

· Absolutely no making fun of others. Bullying will not be tolerated!

·When someone makes a mistake, encourage them to do better.

4. Try your Best, Be Honest and Stay on Task

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