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Jessica Stelzer

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Women's P.E. Office 607
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About Me

Short Personal Description: 

This is my 9th year teaching at Rocky. My husband and I have a sweet 6 year old boy and one wild and crazy Jack Russell Terrier. I love to dance, hike, lift weights, SUP, and eat!  

Educational and Professional Background: 


Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Science; K-12 Physical Education - University of Northern Colorado 

Certified Personal Trainer -National Academy of Sports Medicine

Teaching Experiences

Rocky Mountain High School 2015-Present 

Fort Morgan High School 2014-2015

Greeley West High School Spring 2013

Fox Ridge Middle School 2009-2012

Courses currently teaching at Rocky and previous courses taught at Rocky: 


p.1 Plan

p.2. Beginning Weight Training                          

p.3 StuCo Plan

p4. Student Council 


p.1 Team Sports

p.2. Beginning Weight Training                          

p.3 Beginning Weight Training  

p4. Plan


p.1 Plan

p.2. Advanced Weight Training                        

p.3 Advanced/Beginning Dance

p4. StuCo Plan


p.1 P.E. 1

p.2. Plan                          

p.3 Integrated Physical Education  

p4. StuCo Plan

What does the Lobo Way mean to me?: 

The Lobo Way means helping create an environment where all Lobos, students, teachers, and staff can be successful and feel like a part of the pack!

Interest & Hobbies: 

I enjoy spending time with my family, dancing, hiking, camping, lifting weihts,stand up paddle boarding, and eating!

Honors & Awards: 

Mary Hull Collaborative Award Nominee 2022

National Association for Sport and Physical Education Major of the Year Award Fall 2009

College of Natural and Health Science Undergraduate Academic Scholar Award Spring 2008

National Society of Collegiate Scholars 2004-2008

Favorite Quote: 

"Seven days without exercise make one WEAK"

"They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds."

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