Mr. Wes Worrell

Mr. Wes WorrellMr. Wes Worrell
PE / Health

wworrell@bk.org

 I am currently in my 38th year of teaching in a f2f classroom. After graduating from Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa I taught in the Ames Junior and Senior High Schools for 15 years prior to moving to Boise (1993) where I have taught the past 23 years at Bishop Kelly.

My wife Stephanie is a public relations contractor and mother of our two children, Audrey (BK 2017) and Christian (St. Joes 2018). As a family we enjoy travelling and personally I prefer being on the water with my fly rod.

Bishop Kelly provides a compassionate, welcoming community that nurtures a learning environment for both students and faculty.


Colossians 3:17 And whatever you do in word or in deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.


Education:

  • Bachelor’s in Secondary PE-Health, Social Studies from Iowa State University.

Class Schedule:

  1. Health
  2. Health
  3. Health
  4. Prep
  5. Challengers
  6. Health
  7. Health

Clubs/Programs:

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes http://fca.org/
  • Challenger Program Coordinator

Internet Safety – Office of the Attorney General

  • Parent Guide to Internet Safety
  • Parent Guide to Social Networking
  • Parental Controls
  • Family Internet Contract
  • Internet Lingo

Challenge Day: The Teen Files-Surviving High School

Theme: Explores complex world of social pressures facing teenagers today; body image, bulimia, steroid use, depression, suicide, stereotypes, cliques, isolation, and friendship. Eleven teens from Yuba City High School in California join in a series of “social experiments” involving being an “outsider” for a day, visiting a digital imaging company to see how ads are distorted, listen to presentations with regard to eating disorders and steroid use, and venture to a mountain retreat in efforts to break down barriers between them and find out what they have in common. The video participants host a Challenge Day upon their return for their school, sharing what they have learned with other students.