Originally published Sept. 26, 2019 by KATC-ABC. By Katie Lopez It is a way to help kids adopt that “Get up and go!” attitude. “We want it to be fun,”
Originally published Sept. 9, 2019 by Iosco Health and Wellness. By Michael Gilbert It would be challenging to find a person better suited for their job than Brandon Allison. The
Building Relationships with Department Leaders Essential for Teachers, Administrators Seeking Program Funding
When looking to add heart rate technology to their curriculum, the largest hurdle PE teachers face is often funding. Where will the money come from? What’s the process to request
Originally published April 18, 2019 in the Nodaway News-Leader. The American Heart Association recognized Gina McNeese, an instructor of health and physical education at Northwest Missouri State University and the
Originally published Feb. 5 in The Sumpter Item. By Angela Crosland Research reveals that physical activity is 4.5 times lower for children and youth with disabilities compared to their peers.