About Bragg...
Subject / Grade Physical Education
Room: C30
Phone: (480) 224-3615
Email: Bragg
"What to do with a mistake: recognize it, admit it, learn from it, forget it."
-- Dean Smith (UNC Basketball Coach).

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Welcome!

As a Traveling Physical Education Teacher, I have the opportunity to build relationships with parents and students throughout the District since 2012. If your child is in my PE class, and you have a question or concern, the best way to reach me is through email: bragg.clinton@cusd80.com. If you are looking for some Team Sport Fundamentals to practice and work on while at home, click my YouTube Channel link under the Parent Connections.

My Education and Professional Background

Master’s Degree/Educational Leadership & Principalship/Northern Arizona University. Bachelor’s Degree/Physical Education/University of South Florida. The United States Air Force/Security Forces/Operation Desert Storm & Southern Watch Veteran (4 years). Since 2001, I have taught Physical Education/Health and coached multiple sports. My Teaching Experience: (K-12) Elementary and Secondary (High School), Alternative, Adaptive/Special Needs. My Coaching Experience: Head Boys Varsity Soccer Coach, Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Head Junior Varsity Football Coach, Special Olympics Track & Field Coach, Special Olympics Basketball Coach, Junior High Flag Football Coach, Junior High Girls Softball Coach, Youth Girls Softball Coach.

My Educational Philosophy

As a Physical Education Teacher and Coach in CUSD, my goal is to use multiple sports and activities as a tool to make a positive impact on students now and in the future. If I can teach a Primary (K-3) or Adaptive Student the concept of spatial awareness, fundamental throwing, catching, and kicking skills, they will be prepared to participate in any youth sports organizations throughout the community. Secondary (4-6) Students will not only continue to work on Team Sport Fundamentals; I will start to introduce offensive and defensive strategies while playing sports in my class. All students will demonstrate fair play/sportsmanship and the expectation is to do his/her best. My job as an Elementary Physical Education Teacher is not to win a game or championship. It is to introduce new skills, provide positive encouragement, and build confidence with all students.
 

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