REDONDO BEACH, CA, December 18, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/
--Carrie Flint, Adapted Physical Education Teacher for Lawndale Elementary School District, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in physical education.
With 13 years of experience as a teacher, Ms. Flint specializes in elementary physical education. She assumed her current position at Lawndale Elementary School District in 2000. As an adapted physical educator, she is responsible for working with the sever population of students with special needs from preschool to the eighth grade. Ms. Flint was recently selected by Head Start as a physical activity consultant (PAC) for the HeadStart BodyStart Program. She also was awarded the Exemplary Adapted Physical Education Program in 2006 with her co-worker, Monica Lizarraga-Papke. Ms. Flint served on the committee to write the newly adopted California State Physical Education Curriculum Framework.
She distinguishes herself for her emphasis not merely on teaching physical education but on advocating for elementary education as a whole. She attributes her success to her passion for her profession and belief in what she does. She is committed to making a valuable difference in elementary physical education.
In addition to her work for the school district, Ms. Flint serves as a consultant and trainer for Peaceful Playgrounds. She travels across the United States to deliver presentations on quality physical education and the importance of recess. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education, with a concentration in Elementary Physical Education and Recreation, from California Lutheran University. She received her Physical Education Credential from Cal State Dominguez Hills and her Adapted Physical Education Credential from Cal State Long Beach. Her professional affiliations include CAHPERD, the California Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, and AAHPERD, the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. She gives generously to her local animal shelter and volunteers time in numerous elementary schools. In five years, Ms. Flint aspires to become a nationally known advocate for elementary physical education, a keynote speaker, and published author.About Cambridge Who's Who
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