Mossy Creek Elementary

Mrs. Robin Nix

  • Instructor of P.E.

Contact Info

Students come to P.E. twice a week. Please become familiar with your child's P.E. days, so he or she can wear tennis shoes or bring tennis shoes to class. If you need to , you can contact me or your child's homeroom teacher for that information. I am looking forward to a great year in P.E.!


Fit Club is available to students in grades 3-5. We meet on Mondays from 2:45 - 3:45pm. Dates are on School Calendar. Our beginning dates for this school year are as follows: August 27, September10/24, October1/22, November 5/12 and December 3/10.


If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.

robin.nix@white.k12.ga.us or call the school (706) 865-5000 Ext. 5613

Education:

Coach Nix received a B.S. in Criminal Justice in 1992 from North Georgia College & State University. She received her Teaching Certificate in Health and Physical Education in 1997 from North Georgia College & State University. In addition, she received her Masters in Language Arts Education in 2009 from North Georgia College and State University.

Experience:

Coach Nix has worked in the White County School System since 1997. She worked three years at Jack P. Nix as the P.E. paraprofessional, 8 years at White County Middle School as a P.E./Health teacher and has worked at Mossy Creek Elementary since its opening in 2008.

Bio:

Hello: I graduated high school in 1987. I attended Johnson High in Hall County. I graduated from North Georgia College & State University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. After working a few years in two different law firms, I decided to obtain a Teaching Certificate in Physical Education. I graduated in 1997 from North Georgia College with a Teaching Certificate in Health/Physical Education.

I am married to Tim Nix and we have no children. I love weight training, running, tennis, working outdoors, and all types of animals.

I love Physical Education because it involves sports of course and I love making a difference in the lives of children by teaching them about the importance of daily physical activity and good nutrition.