Congratulations to KY"s 2011 Carol M. White PEP Grant Recipients!
$ 615,868 Boone County Board of Education -- As part of funded grant activities a project called "Boone4Health" will be implemented based on the Kentucky State Standards. Project objectives include: 1.) helping students understand that proper nutrition is essential to growth and development; 2.) providing professional development for teachers of PE and health; 3.) offering experiences to help students understand recreational or competitive PE activities offer opportunities for self-expression.
$ 534,600 Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational -- The Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services (NKCES) Wellness Alliance PE project goal is to help students in Bellevue, Dayton and Southgate Schools meet state standards for physical education and to promote and encourage lifelong and healthy eating habits. Objectives of the Wellness Alliance Plan are based on Kentucky State Standards: to provide instruction and experiences that will help students understand that proper nutrition is essential to growth and development; to provide instruction and experiences that will help students understand that resources are available to assist in making nutritional choices; to provide instruction and experiences that will help students understand that motor skills need to be refined, combined and varied in the development of specialized skills; and to provide instruction and experiences that will help students understand that leisure/recreational or competitive physical activities provide opportunities for self-expression, social interactions and can be enjoyable and challenging.
$ 345,086 Butler County Schools -- Butler County Schools (BCS) will implement a project called "Learning In Motion" to provide a structured, sequential physical and nutritional education curriculum for BCS school students in grades K-12 across 5 schools. The project will implement evidence based curriculum to deliver required physical and nutrition education content, train educators in contemporary classroom strategies, and provide an effective means for using technology to capture and analyze qualitative and quantitative data. Learning In Motion will maximize the time students spend being physically active, using technology to engage them in activities that are inclusive and accessible to all participants, regardless of initial fitness level or physical ability.
2012 Mustaine Award Recipient, John Ferguson, EKU
Pictures from the 2012 KAHPERD Convention @ The Galt House, Louisville
Check out what's Happening @ Warren Elementary, Warren Co Public Schools
Working w/Golf Pro, Chuck Keown, as he demonstrates "birdie ball" equipment for Warren Elementary P.E. classes. This is a partnership between Bowling Green City Golf Courses and the Warren Co. P.E. teachers. Sue Banister is the PE Teacher @ Warren Elem. What is your school doing in PE? Share w/us to be featured on the website send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
KY to Host 2014 Southern District
As a result of hosting the Feb. 2014 SDAAHPERD Convention we
(KAHPERD) WILL NOT have a Nov. 2013 Convention. This will
allow KAHPERD Members to attend the SDAAHPERD Convention in Lexington, KY in Feb.2014.
This Meeting will allow us (KAHPERD) the opportunity to meet/attend meetings
w/Professionals from the Southern 13 States!!
That means when planning your PD budget for the 2013-2014 year
plan to attend the SDAAHPERD Convention in Lexington, KY.
KAHPERD Members will only pay SDAAHPERD Registration Fees.
Volunteers will be needed to provide services to the SDAAHPERD, showing everyone
in the SDAAHPERD why KY is so GREAT!!
KAHPERD will return to our regular Convention
Schedule in the Fall of 2014.
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