My name is Anna Magle-Haberek, but students call me Mrs. MH. I believe that physical education can give young people the knowledge, skills, and abilities they need to keep themselves healthy through the rest of their lives. I am a lifelong athlete and a passionate physical educator who believes that PE should be an integral part of every students education.
I grew up in Colorado and went to High School in Littleton, CO. I was a 4 sport high school athlete, including a Colorado State Champion in Track and Field. I earned a bachelors degree at the University of Colorado in Kinesiology and Psychology - I also competed for 4 years for the Buffs including winning a Big 12 Championship in Track and Field.
I earned a masters (MS) degree in Kinesiology at the University of New Hampshire, which is where I learned that I love teaching and working with young people. I have worked in teaching in a variety of ways from coaching, to being an educational Park Ranger, to teaching swimming and PE at a residential high school.
My husband is a therapist, and we live with our two children - my son is a first grader at STEM, and my daughter is still a little too young (STEM class of 2034!) We love to run, bike, hike, swim, garden, and generally be active.
This is my first year at STEM and I am teaching 6th grade Physical Education and Middle School (7th and 8th combined) Physical Education. I enjoy hearing from parents - email is the best way to contact me at email@example.com
- I look forward to working with you!