November 20, 2021
LSR7 educator Chris Stehle recently received the Robert M. Taylor Professional Service award from the Missouri Society of Health and Physical Educators (MOSHAPE).
Stehl is a K-6 physical education teacher at Longview Farm Elementary School as well as an assistant varsity football coach at Lee’s Summit High School coaching the receivers team. He also serves as a Board Member for MOSHAPE with the title Chair of Marketing and Communications. He handles the Media Team (which received a national award this past spring for their advocacy efforts through digital media) and helps with mass communications and marketing opportunities.
Stehl hosts a podcast interviewing educators all over the state sharing their success stories, provides resources through social media channels, and provides advocacy through digital media as well.
The Robert M. Taylor Professional Service Award is presented to outstanding teachers and administrators in physical education, health, recreation and dance who have served the Society. The recipient shall have held membership in MOSHAPE for five years and be a current member. The recipient shall have served in such capacities as elected office, committee membership, workshop presenter or convention program presenter. The award is named in memory of Dr. Robert Taylor, a long-time Director of Health and Physical Education in the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.