Students’ physical, mental, emotional and social development are important to the Katy Independent School District health and physical education department. Coordinator H.C. Grimet has been recognized for his work in advocating for health and physical education in on-campus and extracurricular activities.
He earned an Honor Award from the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (TAHPERD). According to a news release, Grimet’s contributions have helped students to grow in knowledge and skills they can use throughout their lives and have encouraged confident attitudes.
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“It is an honor to represent Katy ISD and the outstanding physical education and health educators, who consistently provide unparalleled learning experiences for our students,” Grimet stated in the news release.
Grimet has been in the education field for 30 years. The release stated through implementing a curriculum of health education, physical education, recreation and dance, he has displayed teaching excellence; administrative achievement; work toward researching creative enterprises; leadership in state, district and national professional organizations; and work in professional literature and community service.
A major theme for the health & physical education department is “actively engage in whatever you do, aim to be successful and, last but not least, have fun at whatever you do.”