TONY LOOMIS

Physical Education Teacher at Naugatuck High School

Tony Loomis is proud to live and teach in Connecticut. He teaches Physical Education at Naugatuck High School and has been there for 10 years. Tony feels it is his responsibility to inspire, motivate, and prepare students to be physically active adults through teaching important concepts and skills. He believes it’s important to model what he teaches. Tony enjoys running, cycling, playing tennis, strength training, yoga, and snowboarding.

Tony earned his bachelor's degree from Springfield College and his master's degree from the University of Northern Iowa in partnership with the Grundy Center PE4Life Institute. In 2005 he won the CTAHPERD Outstanding New Professional Award. Tony is a member of the country's first ever Cadre of Physical Education Trainers. He travels around the state of Connecticut providing high-quality professional development. Tony is also a member and officer for his state organization, CTAHPERD. In 2014, he was honored as both the Eastern District High School TOY and AAHPERD's National High School TOY!