Bard High School Early College
9th–12th Grade Physical Education/Health
“Mr. Baisch sets a positive tone for the school as a whole and makes it clear that he is always interested in supporting other teachers through sports and open gym.”
Brett Baisch is in his fourth year teaching health and physical education at Bard High School Early College. He graduated from The University of Akron (Bachelor of Science in Physical Education) and Kent State University (Master of Education in Health Education and Promotion.) He is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Health Education and Promotion at Kent State University. Teaching health education, he focuses on skills-based activities that enable students to make healthier choices and develop healthier habits. Teaching physical education, he focuses on providing students with choices and responsibilities when addressing course objectives. He has enhanced his classes through involvement in the district PEP grant, winning Youth Movement Challenge awards, and receiving other external grants. Over the past four years, Brett has also coached the school’s volleyball and basketball teams.
Mr. Baisch’s Teaching Resources
Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Unit Materials
School Health and Health Education Resources
Mental and Emotional Health Unit Materials