Derry Area Teacher Named Best in State; the Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Has Confirmed What Students, Parents, Teachers and Administrators in Derry Area School District Know. [Derived Headline]

By Reinbold, Greg | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, October 26, 2015 | Go to article overview

Derry Area Teacher Named Best in State; the Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Has Confirmed What Students, Parents, Teachers and Administrators in Derry Area School District Know. [Derived Headline]


Reinbold, Greg, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


The Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance has confirmed what students, parents, teachers and administrators in Derry Area School District know.

The best middle school physical education teacher in the state spends six class periods a day getting sixth-, seventh- and eighth- grade girls at Derry Area Middle School excited about health, fitness and sports.

Derry's K-12 Physical Education department chair Heather Krehlik, in her 17th year at the school, was selected by the association's evaluation committee as the 2015 Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year.

Krehlik will receive her award next month at the 94th annual association convention at Valley Forge Casino Resort in King of Prussia.

"This is the first for Derry Middle School for the time I've been here," said middle school Principal Lisa Dubich. "I've been in the district -- this will be my 12th year -- and I don't remember even as a teacher that we've had a person getting a statewide award. This is a big deal for us here at Derry."

Krehlik, who lives in Derry Township with her husband, Chad, and two daughters, was nominated by her colleague in the middle school health and physical education department, Sean Myers. …

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