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Introduction to Mrs. Haselhuhn

Hello Parents & Family!

My name is Nichole Haselhuhn. I will be your son or daughter’s Physical Education & Health teacher this year. 

My Background:

  • I am a graduate of The College of St. Scholastica’s graduate teacher licensure program.
  • Shortly after completing my program I received my teaching license with the state of Minnesota.
  • I am currently completing classes for my Masters in Education, which I will complete December 2018.
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  • My background with MPS has been in Community Education and Special Education until accepting this position.
  • Before working in Education, my experience and expertise was in Massage Therapy and I also studied nursing before finding my calling in Education.


Associate Degree in Education - Normandale Community College 

Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education - Rasmussen College

Graduate Teacher Licensure Certificate - The College of St. Scholastica

Master’s Degree (December 2018) - The College of St. Scholastica

Minnesota Teaching License K-6

Minnesota Teaching License 6-12 PE & Health


Fitness/Health Experience:

I was raised by parents who saw fitness as a priority and were competitive power lifters. I was raised following suit and was a gymnast for 9 years, learning about athletic discipline and training. After my departure from gymnastics I joined my high school Volleyball team. As I have grown older I have discovered alpine skiing, yoga, endurance racing, and weight training as passions in keeping healthy and fit. I have also participated in many endurance races, such as 5K, 7K, Half Marathon and Marathon events.

Physical Education & Health Mission:

My passion is sharing this message of healthy living and fitness with my students so that they can live a healthy life. To do this I will be following the district curriculum for Physical Education with my Middle School students, the Fitness for Life curriculum for my High School students and the Health Curriculum with all students. 

Rules & Expectations

What is expected in Physical Education & Health?

Expectations in my class are clear and have been explained to students on many occasions. Students should know that if the expectations and rules are not met, this can impact their grades. Everyday students are able to earn points for attendance, participation in the lesson, and following the rules/expectations. They will also receive additional points for written assignments such as quizzes, tests, and self-reflection on performance.

The rules and expectations are as follows:

Respect Yourself

  • Wear athletic shoes
  • Have fun and do your best
  • Stay on your feet and participate


Respect Others

  • Whole body listening
  • Respect the speaker
  • Use good sportsmanship
  • Keep your body to yourself

Respect This Place

  • Take Care of our gym
  • Cell phones and headphones stay in the locker room
  • Don’t touch equipment without permission
  • No food or beverages in the gym


  • Strike 1: Warning
  • Strike 2: Refocus Reminder
  • Strike 3: Loss of Free time & Write-up

Class Structure:

  • Put away belongings in the locker room.
  • Sit quietly in assigned seat for attendance.
  • Lesson & Activity time
  • Free Choice Time can be earned the last 20-30 minutes of class.


In closing I want you to know that I will hold all students to high expectations, because I know that they are all capable of achieving greatness. I am here as a resource and guide for them as they learning how to achieve lifelong fitness and healthy living. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free contact me.