Molly Wright

Welcome to Mrs. Wright's
Physical Education Page!

Why Children Need Physical Education

Improved Physical Fitness

Skill Development

Regular, Healthful Physical Activity

Support of Other Subject Areas

Self Discipline

Improved Judgment

Stress Reduction

Strengthened Peer Relationships

Improved Self-confidence and Self-esteem
Experience Setting Goals
Hello PCE parents and students!! I am looking forward to another fun and healthy year at Prairie Crossing! This is my 13th year at Prairie Crossing and this is my 16th year teaching physical education.  I have a Bachelor's degree in Sports and Exercise Science and a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction. 

In the summer of 2012 I got married to Tom Wright (and now I'm Mrs. Always Wright)! In the Spring of 2015 my son was born and I stepped away from teaching for a few years, now I am back and am EXCITED to be a PCE Wolf! My family and I enjoy spending time at concerts, sporting events, hanging out with friends, and spending time with family. In my spare time I play soccer on in a recreation league, hike with friends and simply enjoy life!

We will be looking forward to another great year full of exciting events, such as Fun Runs, Kids Heart Challenge and Field Day. I encourage all my students to be active in life and have fun doing it. I work very hard to teach children how physical education is important and fun in their everyday lives. Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have questions or need help with your child's education. 

Looking forward to a great year!!

Mrs. Molly Wright

Physical Education Teacher


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