Health and Physical Education

Carly Arpaio

Physical Education Faculty
B.S., Physical Education, CUNY Queens College. M.A. in Adapted Physical Education, Adelphi University. Physical Education Teacher at BHSEC, 2013-present. 
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 212-995-8479 x2222

Thomas McVeigh 

Physical Education and Health Faculty 
B.S., Physical Education, SUNY Cortland; M.S.Ed., Students with Disabilities in Adolescent Education, The City College of New York; Physical Education and Special Education Teacher at Manhattan Academy for Arts and Language, 2010-2012. 
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 212-995-8479 x2222  

Drew Miller

Health Education Faculty
B.S. Health Education and Physical Education, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania; M.Ed. Human Sexuality Education Candidate, Widener University. Has experience teaching physical education and health education in both rural and urban settings. His teaching and research interests include K-12 sexuality education, affective learning, LGBTQ safety and inclusivity, and holistic health education. As a part of BHSEC, Mr. Miller and the ninth grade class of 2018 were the first school in the country to pilot “Safety First: Real Drug Education for High School Students”, a harm-reduction curriculum.  

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