We are excited to annouce that Febuary is Jump Rope for Heart here at Chelsea Heights Elementary School. With national Heart Health Month and the American Heart Association we hope to raise money to help combat Heart Disease. Below are a few links to help you join in the fight against Heart Disease.
How to Bring your Heroes to Life: https://youtu.be/44qMVcJhgkc
How to use the app: https://youtu.be/p9dTQ1jmZTs
How to register: https://youtu.be/g2QfIFvIaqE
Kickoff: February 4th, 2019
Event Day: February 28th, 2019
Last day to urn in Donations: February 28th, 2019
Degrees and Certifications:
Developmental/Adapted Physical Education Health Education Physical Education
Mr. Jacob Bambenek
My name is Jacob Bambenek and I am the physical education teacher at Chelsea Height Elementary in St. Paul Public Schools. 2018/19 is my second year here.
I am originally from a small-town call Trempealeau, WI. While growing up here I played many sports (football, basketball and track). After high school I went to Winona State University. Being from Wisconsin, I am naturally a Packer fan. When I am not teaching and enjoying sports, I love to travel and see the world. I am been to Europe several times and am even thinking about a trip to China.
During the year we will focus on many different skills, activities and games. The goal of those is to move, have fun, learn/improve skills.
Feel free to contact me anytime at Jacob.Bambenek@spps.org
9:15 to 10:05 5th Grade
10:05 to 10:55 4th Grade
10:55 to 11:45 3rd Grade
11:45 to 12:15 Lunch
12:15 to 1:05 Kindergarten
1:05 to 1:55 1st Grade
1:55 to 2:45 2nd Grade
Olympic gold medalist Hannah Brandt attempts to score goal verses Minnesota Wild Mascot Nordy.Author: Chelsea Heights Elementary PE Program (Collab. with MN Wild)Length: 7 Seconds
On November 28, 2018 Chelsea Heights Elementary School was lucky to have representatives from the Minnesota Wild lead us in an assembly. Nordy, Rusty Kath (in-game host), Minnesota Wild alumni and Stanley Cup champion, Ryan Carter; and Olympic gold medalist, Hannah Brandt joined us for this event. This awesome group shared many important facts about fitness and health. Students were able to submit questions for Hannah and Ryan on the topic of fitness and health. To finish the assembly, two students were teamed up with Ryan Carter or Hannah Brandt with Nordy as goalie. As a last surprise to our school the Minnesota Wild donated awesome new hockey equipment ranging from hockey sticks to goalie pads.
From our whole school, we would like to say thank you to the Minnesota Wild organization as well as Nordy, Rusty, Ryan and Hannah for their time. Their assembly was informative, exciting and engaging.