December 7, 2021 – 3:30
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Washington SHAPE recap – join those who attended Washington SHAPE October 9 – click here to join
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Virtual Learning for Adapted PE:https://drive.google.com/file/d/19KTCuYLLBdmBdHWwXopz3uEl-FsinUge/view?usp=sharing
Recording link to Zoom Happy Hour: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1P03b-QhPKL9tFfTaVYK9eHItsZFQlf4q/view?usp=sharing
#4 April 29 Middle School Webinar follow up
Beginning September 2021
October 14 next happy hour
Join us for a virtual happy hour.
We are excited to have a team of physical education teachers leading this webinar. This hour long presentation will include tips and strategies for how they are approaching the current school year. There will be time for Q & A after.
It has come to the attention of Oregon SHAPE that Physical Education teachers may have been mis-assigned for the fall according to the new TSPC mis-assignment rules. Districts cite that this transition is supported by TSPC mis-assignment provisions.
The official stance of the Oregon Society of Health and Physical Educators is that these mis-assignments should be happening in a specific manner.
All Oregon districts must follow the specific tiered approach outlined by TSPC’s mis-assignment provisions, which are as follows:
A Tiered Approach (by Agency Resolution)
If any Oregon physical educator has been mis-assigned, they are highly encouraged to ask for evidence that the previously listed steps were taken and this process was honored by district leadership.
Any physical educator who is experiencing this is highly encouraged to contact Julia Stevens, President of the Oregon Society of Health and Physical Educators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oregon SHAPE Board of Directors is excited to announce our new Executive Director, Gayle See!
Gayle brings many years of experience to our team. We look forward to working with her to push forward in our advocacy efforts as an organization. Gayle has dedicated over 46 years to education as an educator, coach, department chair, national board facilitator, adjunct professor, PEP grant coordinator, and instructional coach. She has served as the executive director for both the Southwest and Northwest District SHAPE organizations and is the current executive director for SHAPE Washington. She will be serving as the executive director for both groups at this time, and we could not be more excited about this partnership! There will be some great opportunities to collaborate with our neighbors to the north, like we have never done before, in the near future!
Please join us in welcoming Gayle See to our team!
Join Brack Hassell, 2019 Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, as he shares his “Top 8 Tips and Tricks for Distance Learning”. Brack uses humor, wisdom, and creativity to share tips 1 through 8. Click play on the video below to watch!
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For more information contact: Adam Howell | 810-343-6058 | email@example.com
Lakeridge Middle School teacher recognized as the nation’s best middle school physical education teacher
LAKE OSWEGO, OR, May 7th, 2020 – Todd Stoddard, a physical education and health teacher at Lakeridge Middle School in Lake Oswego, Oregon was named the 2020 National Middle School Teacher of the Year on Thursday by the Society of Health and Physical Educators of America (SHAPE America).
Stoddard was awarded the state of Oregon’s Middle School Teacher of the Year in 2018 by the Oregon Society of Health and Physical Educators (Oregon SHAPE). In 2020, Todd was recognized as the, “Western District Teacher of the Year” by SHAPE America. SHAPE America’s Western District is composed of Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. Stoddard was recognized as National Teacher of the Year from among five finalists representing the different SHAPE America District’s in the United States.
SHAPE America’s Teacher of the Year program recognizes outstanding teachers in physical education, health education, and dance education. He was originally nominated to be Oregon’s state Teacher of the Year by colleague, Hayley Vause. “I nominated Todd because of his time and dedication to his craft, his steadfast efforts in making our physical education program standards-based, and his passion and enthusiasm for providing a fitness-focused program here at Lakeridge Middle School,” Vause said. Stoddard has been teaching for 8 years, the last 4 at Lakeridge Middle School. Said Stoddard in 2018, “I have been blessed with a great team of teachers to collaborate with, administrators who support our program and an outstanding community that I can always count on. This has allowed us to turn physical education at Lakeridge Middle School into an experience that is educational, fun, and safe for all our students.”
About Oregon SHAPE
Oregon Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) Association promotes healthy, active lifestyles for all Oregon school-age children and youth through professional development opportunities and advocacy. Oregon SHAPE is committed to fulfilling this mission through fostering a climate of mutual respect and cooperation among members and constituent associations in order to realize mutually beneficial outcomes.
Oregon SHAPE is an organization consisting of leaders from schools, community and public agencies, higher education, and private businesses who promote and support health education, physical education, and health promotion in school settings. We are dedicated to the health and fitness of Oregonians through quality programs in health education, physical education, dance, and athletics. For more information visit, www.oregonshape.org. Follow @OregonSHAPE on Twitter. Like us on Facebook.
Join Jordan Ng, 2019 Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, as he shares some tips, tricks, and thoughts on the new climate that we are in with teaching health and physical education in a remote setting. He states that “we need to take a step back and look at the foundational piece of being in education and an educator and focus on building relationships and connections with students and families.”
Watch the video below to hear Jordan’s thoughts and see some creative activities that he does with his students.