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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.





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Advocacy

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







Upcoming Events

02 Dec 2017 1:00 PM • Spinners on the Green - 7607 E. McDowell Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85257
14 Jan 2018 5:00 PM • Topgolf, 1689 Santan Village Pkwy, Gilbert, AZ 85295
15 Feb 2018 8:00 AM • Ability 360 Sports and Fitness Facility - 5031 East Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034

American Heart Association


 

Monthly Heart/Stroke Message for November


Our mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

 

November is known as a month of thanks and giving and we are thankful for you, our volunteers. Thank you for your hard work and continued support. We could not do it without you! You help us save lives! We hope you enjoy this time with your family and friends. From our hearts to yours, thank you for all you do and have a Happy Thanksgiving!


November 1 National Eating Healthy Day

Every year on the first Wednesday of November, we celebrate eating healthy. We are encouraged to commit to healthier eating. Whether that be choosing to eat more fruits and vegetables or drinking more water, we make it easy for you to make eating healthy a lifestyle. We provide a complete toolkit of materials and how-to information for workplaces, schools, individuals and communities. Register as a school and get your free toolkit today!


Ticker Tips for You, Fellow Staff, and Family


Slow Down on the Sodium


Did you know Americans eat more than double the daily amount of sodium recommended by the American Heart Association? Too much sodium increases your risk of heart disease, stroke and other health problems, but this excess isn’t just from salting your food. Americans get most of their sodium — 77 percent! — from processed foods. If you choose these foods, compare the labels and look for lower-sodium versions.


Pile on the Fruits and Vegetables


Choose all kinds of fruits and vegetables — fresh, frozen, canned, juiced and dried. All fruits and vegetables contain vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Load your shopping basket with fruits and vegetables of many different colors. Then try the “slender sauté” using a small amount of liquid to cook vegetables. Need a quick, healthy weeknight dinner? Try a salad. The American Heart Association has tasty recipes packed with everything from tofu to broccoli to bacon to mushrooms and much more.


Get the Skinny on Fats


Learn how to substitute good fats (mono and polyunsaturated fats) for bad fats (saturated and trans fats). For example, try canola oil or olive oil instead of butter. Choose lean meats, poultry without skin and fish instead of fattier cuts of meats. Enjoy heart-healthy fats in moderation and remember this tip: 1 teaspoon equals 1 serving.





    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.

    2017-2018 Board of Directors

    President -  Lynn Preble (Highland Junior High/Gilbert)

    Past-President  -   Keri Schoeff (Arizona Department of Health Education/Phoenix)

    President-Elect  -  Heather Chewning (Sunnyside High School/Tucson)

    Advocacy Chair  -  Dr. Jennifer Houston (Arizona State University/Mesa)

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

    Marketing Chair  -  TBA December 9th

    Membership Chair  -  TBA December 9th

    Partnership Chair  - Lee Schutt (Degrazia Elementary/Marana)

    Best Practices Chair  -  Morgan Pardy (Gilbert School District/Gilbert)

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

    Awards - Vicky Bonavito (Washington School District/Phoenix)

    Adapted Physical Education - Susan Forman (Kyrene Schools/Tempe)

    Executive Director  -  Matt Mixer (Horizon Honors Elementary/Phoenix)

    
    
    
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