Excellence in Physical Education Award

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In the spring of 2006, former Superintendent, Dr. Richard A. DiPatri, requested that a committee, composed of administrators, teachers and representatives from outside agencies, be established to create an award to recognize programs of excellence in Physical Education in Brevard Public Schools at the elementary, middle and high school levels.

The Excellence in Physical Education Award (EPEA) was created to honor school Physical Education programs which:

  • are comprehensive in scope and outstanding in quality contributing to the overall  excellence of the school environment.
  • address the  Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for Physical Education in exemplary  ways.
  • promote academic and physical achievement in other areas of the curriculum.
  • to demonstrate  balanced diversity, high-performance standards and instructional quality in  Physical Education.
  • to support and motivate school officials, teachers, and other interested  persons to develop, maintain and observe quality Physical Education programs.

The Excellence in Physical Education Award is awarded annually to schools that offer Physical Education programs of superior quality. In preparation, schools engaged in a step process of application, portfolio compilation and review, followed by a site visit from Physical Education experts in the state. We are pleased to recognize West Shore for achieving this award for 2011-2014.


Congratulations Coaches Nicole Anagnostis, Bonnie Bettis, Stacia Burdett, Greg Eller and Jason Whitworth.