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Mr.  Terrel  Brown
P.E. Teacher
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Physical Education


Ability is what you are capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it. - Lou Holtz

I am a graduate of Tallassee High School Class of 1991. I obtained a Bachelor's and Master's degree from Auburn University Montgomery in Physical Education 2004 and 2008. I am currently working on my Educational Specialist degree at Auburn University Montgomery.My longterm goal is to have a Doctorate degree in Education. 




Since I started as an instructional assistant in the year 2000, I have worked in the physical education department for 11 years. I have coached at the middle school and high school level for 10 years..Sports I have coached includes JV Boys and Girls basketball, middle school boys and girls basketball, JV volleyball and wrestling, middle school softball and football and High school Soccer..


My name is Terrel Brown. I am a physical education teacher at Tallassee Elementary School. I am married ( 18 years and counting...) with three kids. Physical Education is important to me because I am given the opportunity to provide the students with the knowledge and skills they will need to be physically active for a lifetime. I also realize that the most important role of a teacher is that of a role model. Students do look up to their teacher and emulate the things we do. Therefore, the responsibility of being a teacher and an influence are not taken lightly.

"Physical Education helps improve the self-esteem, interpersonal relationship, responsible behavior, and independence of children".

"Physical Education helps improve the overall health of children by improving their cardiovascular endurance,muscular strength and power, and flexibility, and by enhancing weight regulation, bone development, posture, skillful moving, active lifestyle habits, and constructive use of leisure time".. Physical Education for Progress Act