Phone: 636.274.0555 ext. 18183
Degrees and Certifications:
Associate of Arts in Physical Education from Jefferson College Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Physiology from Murray State University Masters of Arts in Physical Education Therapeutic Recreation from Murray State University Bachelor of Education in Physical Education K-12 from Missouri Baptist
Ms. Kristi Lee
Having the opportunity to help others improve their health and lives through exercise is what make me excited to come to Northwest High School. I look at exercise as a preventative medicine. The evidence and medical research is overwhelming and will continue to show that exercise and proper nutrition will reduce your risk of just about every physical or mental ailment know to man. Saying that, it also amazes me that our country is more over weight and out of shape now than ever before with our children showing the greatest increase in weight gain and health risks. It would take a large army of physical education teachers like me to put a small dent in what needs to be done to help others improve their health. My hope is that with a few wellness professional and friends, I can do my part in improving as many lives as I can as a Professional Physical Education Teacher. Getting in shape and staying in shape takes hard, consistent work but I inject as much fun and variety into each class as I can. Along the way, I hope my students and I can roll up our sleeves, put our heads together, work hard and team up to steer towards personal goals that we identify from the beginning. We reflect on the past, set goals, learn and make needed adjustments along the way and concentrate on the now and the future with not much regard for what you did or did not do in the past.
My fitness formula for a healthy lifestyle includes the following:
Have fun, interactive sessions with instructions
Include resistance training, cardiovascular training, flexibility training, psychological well being, proper nutrition and nutritional supplementation when needed.
Planned workouts with your progress recorded every session.
Ongoing fitness and life schedule planning to help you to stay on track with your program.
Fitness Assessments along the way to set baseline goals establish future goals and gauge progress along the way.
Proper form, technique and biomechanics of all exercise movements for safe and effective training.
Simply put, efficiently working muscles while protecting joints and avoiding unnecessary injuries along the way so you can exercise and "Train your body for life"
Adaptive Physical Education
Walking for Fitness
Monday - Block Bell Schedule: 9:05 am - 10:38 am
Tuesday - Block Bell Schedule: None
Wednesday - Late Start Bell Schedule: 9:50 am - 10:30 am
Thursday/Friday - Bell Schedule: 9:15 am - 10:04 am