Mrs. McMulley is from Springfield and a 2000 graduate of Lutheran High School. She attended Lewis University (Romeoville, IL) and played collegiate Division 2 volleyball for the Flyers. After graduating with her Bachelors Degree, Mrs. McCulley attended Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville and graduated with her MBA in 2006. In August of 2007 she started teaching at Springfield Lutheran. She became the Director of Athletics in 2011.
She married Dru McCulley in 2009 and has 2 sons, Callum and Cylas and one daughter, Maren. Mrs. McCulley enjoys bike riding, reading, playing outside with the kids and volleyball.
Mrs. McCulley’s favorite Bible verse: "Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain." 1 Corinthians 15:58
Health 9/10 is a freshman/sophomore level class. We will cover many different aspects of health education including, but not limited to: mental health, social health, human development, nutrition and fitness, substance abuse, disease prevention and safety/first aid.
In this required course, students will learn a variety of individual and team sport activities. Students will learn rules and fundamentals, with an emphasis on teamwork and good sportsmanship. Students will also learn the importance of exercise and stretching, while working towards a healthy mind, body and spirit.
Sports and Fitness
In the Sports and Fitness course, students will acquire knowledge of the benefits and principles of fitness. This class offers an opportunity for students to learn the next-level skills, fitness and understanding of the rules and activities that are covered in the Physical Education course. Strength training activities will help students build their fitness level and promote a physically active lifestyle. Students will participate in strength training three times per week and skill development twice per week.
This class provides students the opportunity to learn advanced techniques to improve their physical fitness capabilities. Muscular development, strength, flexibility and conditioning will be the focus of this course. Basic weightlifting theory and techniques will be covered. Students will be required to participate in strenuous cardio and a comprehensive workout program.