Meet Julie Lueckenhoff 

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Meet Sean Nevills

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Julie Lueckenhoff was a Health and Physical Education teacher for the Blair Oaks R-II School District for31 years before retiring in May of 2016. During her tenure she served as the head women’s volleyball coach for 22 years and sponsored several clubs in the high school. She was an active member on several committees within the high school and the district. Julie has been active in Missouri AHPERD (now MOSHAPE—Missouri Society of Health and Physical Educators) since 1988 and at the National level since 1991. In 1999, Julie was named the Missouri AHPERD Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year and the 2000 Central District AHPERD (now SHAPE America Central District) Secondary Teacher of the Year. In 2007, Julie was honored as the Missouri Health Educator of the Year. In the fall of 2000, she

became a member of the Representative Assembly serving as East Central District Representative and served in that capacity until the fall of 2008. She spent 2008-2010 as part of the Executive Committee with Missouri AHPERD serving as President during the 2009 year. During her tenure, the responsibility of the President Elect was to plan the state convention. The year Julie planned the convention was the
biggest in attendance with over 1000 attendees. After finishing her tenure with the Missouri board, Julie served on the SHAPE America Central District Board as the Health Division representative for two years and then became the Sally Scherrer Leadership Summit coordinator for four years before joining the
Executive Committee and serving as President of SHAPE America Central District (2017-2019). As CD Past President, one of the tasks is to plan and organize the Leadership Summit for the nine Central District states. Throughout her many years of teaching, Julie gave many presentations for her school district, as well as at the state, district and national level. Julie has been a member of the Quality Health and Physical Education Cadre for MOSHAPE that would presented pertinent information in the field of Health and Physical Education throughout the state. She was also involved in the writing the original Grade Level Expectations (GLEs) for Health and Physical Education. Currently she is working with the Missouri Coordinated School Health Coalition and acting as their Executive Director. They advocate for a whole
school, whole community, and whole child model in every Missouri school to ensure students learn to be healthy and are healthy to learn. Julie and her husband, Tim, will celebrate 36 years of marriage in December and have three children. Tyler lives in Atchison, Kansas and is in his 11 th year as middle school Assistant Principal and Athletic Director for the Atchison Middle School. He is married to Halee, who serves as the Director of Social Services at Twin Oaks Health and Rehab and they have three dogs. Danielle lives in Atchison, Kansas and started her 6th year of teaching 4th grade at Atchison Elementary and will graduate in April with her Master’s in School Guidance and Counseling. Tanner lives in Des Moines, Iowa and is a Territory Rep. for Milwaukee Tools along with his fiancée, Brooke, works as a Recruiter for Actalent.

Sean began his service to Missouri SHAPE in 2008, presenting a session as a future professional from Missouri State University. Sean continues a great run with serving SHAPE America and Missouri SHAPE. In 2021, Sean was awarded lifetime membership with SHAPE America after serving as their CDC COVID-19 project director, and continues to host the SHAPE Podcast and serves on the Finance Committee. He also keynoted for Kentucky SHAPE in 2021. Sean serves as
MOSHAPE’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee Chair, and has been a part of MOSHAPE’s Advocacy Committee and the 2020 Strategic Plan Task Force. As a career physical educator, Sean has taught adapted PE, high school PE, virtual PE, and undergraduate college courses throughout his professional career. Sean left the classroom in 2019 to serve a brief stint as Director of Health and Physical Education for the Missouri Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education (DESE) through CDC Healthy Schools. Sean has nearly 15 years of football coaching experience from the youth level through college and several years of coaching high school track and field. He currently works as a program manager for Special Olympics International, driving the organizations health and fitness initiatives for youth in schools.