Welcome to the Arizona Health & Physical Education Membership Portal!

Arizona Health & Physical Education Members Area

The Arizona Health and Physical Education member portal exists to provide members with unique, premium member services. 

Here you can:

·     join the Association;

·     pay your membership fees;

·     update your profile details;

·     register for upcoming events.

We are very exciting about delivering the new system to the Arizona Health & Physical Education community.

Please contact us at association@azhpe.org for any questions.

You can register or renew your membership and make payment by clicking the link below.

Current Paid Members may access the Members-Only area of the portal by using their log-in credentials that were emailed to them. Please use the log-in area on the upper right area of this page or click here to login-in.


Please visit www.azhpe.org/advocacy for help, questions or to contact Arizona Health and Physical Education.


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02 Nov 2016 6:00 PM (UTC-07:00) • Alice Cooper'stown 101 East Jackson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
03 Nov 2016 6:00 PM (UTC-07:00) • Monroe's at the Hilton Garden Inn 15 E Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
04 Nov 2016 8:00 AM (UTC-07:00) • Phoenix Convention Center North Building
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04 Nov 2016 9:00 AM (UTC-07:00) • Phoenix Convention Center North
10 Dec 2016 9:00 AM (UTC-07:00) • Shalimar Country Club, 2032 E Golf Ave, Tempe, AZ 85282
15 Jan 2017 5:00 PM (UTC-07:00) • Topgolf, 1689 Santan Village Pkwy, Gilbert, AZ 85295
02 Mar 2017 8:00 AM (UTC-07:00) • Ability 360 Sports and Fitness Facility - 5031 East Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034

American Heart Association

Monthly Heart Message for October

October lends itself to great opportunities to enjoy family, friends and the great outdoors. Whether you’re celebrating Children’s Health Month, Red Ribbon Week, World Stroke Day or Halloween, we encourage you and your students to take advantage of these quick tips and resources to love your hearts!


Ticker Tips for You and Staff

October 23 – 31 Red Ribbon Week

During this week plan fun activities with your students to highlight the negatives of tobacco and the positives of a healthy lifestyle. Learn more about Life’s Simple 7 for Kids and check out the free activities and resources!

Ticker Tips for Kids and Parents

Fact: Children need 60 minutes of exercise a day. Active kids reduce the risk of developing heart disease and studies show children also do better academically, if they get enough physical activity.

Fun Tip: Do your kids have what it takes to Play 60? They can download the FREE  NFL Play 60 App  and see their characters move as they move! In NFL PLAY 60 you can:

       Collect coins to buy really cool NFL team gear.

       Unlock funky characters.

       Get NFL football power-ups that give you 2x points.

       Get American Heart Association hearts that make you invincible.

       Find activity ideas on how to get moving with your friends.

October 29 World Stroke Day

Fact: Stroke is No. 5 cause of death and the leading cause of adult disability in the US.

Tip: To recognize the signs of a stroke think F.A.S.T.

o   Face - Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile. Is the person's smile uneven?

o   Arm- Is one arm weak or numb? Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward?

o   Speech- Is speech slurred? Is the person unable to speak or hard to understand? Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence, like "The sky is blue." Is the sentence repeated correctly?

o   Time to call 9-1-1- If someone shows any of these symptoms, even if the symptoms go away, call 9-1-1 and get the person to the hospital immediately. Check the time so you'll know when the first symptoms appeared.

    President's Message

    A message from Arizona Health and Physical Education President, Priscilla Iosca.

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    Mission Statement

    Arizona Health & Physical Education provides leadership through continuing professional development and advocacy that ensures effective delivery of evidence-informed school physical education and community based physical activity programs that foster healthy, active, and physically literate youth.

    2015-2016 Board of Directors

    President  -   Priscilla Iosca (Kyrene School District/Tempe)

    President-Elect  -  Keri Schoeff (Arizona Department of Health Education)

    Past-President  -  Susan Leonard (Ingleside Middle School/Tempe)

    Advocacy Chair  -  Hans van ders Mars (Arizona State University/Polytechnic Campus)

    Public Relations Chair  -  Toni Chilton (Highland Junior High/Gilbert)

    Marketing Chair  -  Heather Henry (Deer Valley Unified School District/Phoenix)

    Membership Chair  -  Jessica Skipper (St. Francis Xavier/Phoenix)

    Partnership Chair  -  Jan Evans (Retired, Washington Elementary District/Phoenix)

    Best Practices Chair  -  Lynn Preble (Highland Junior High/Gilbert)

    Treasurer  -  Pam Long  (Retired, Mesa School District/Mesa)

    Awards - Vicky Bonavito (Washington School District/Phoenix)

    Future Professionals - Kyla Wiles (Northern Arizona University/Flagstaff)

    Adapted Physical Education - Susan Forman (Kyrene Schools)

    Executive Director  -  Matt Mixer (Horizon Community Learning Center/Phoenix)


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