September Retreats 2013

September 6-11, 2013


TRINITY CENTER – Personal Time
Rates:  $74.00 per night / $20 non-refundable registration fee
Take time to get away on a personal retreat at Pelican House without the restrictions of silence. If you like the idea of retreating, but don’t want to attend a specific program, then this personal time is for you. Enjoy the sound, the sea, the beach, fresh air and sunshine! Come for 2 nights or stay the entire time.To make reservations for our scheduled Programs to Engage the Spirit, contact Stephanie Rudolph at srudolph@trinityctr.com or call Trinity Center toll free at 888-874-6287
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September 26-28, 2013

Fall 2012 Group Photo

Fall Physical Education Leadership Training

Trinity Center, Salter Path, NC

September 26 – 28, 2013

Registration Opens March 15, 2013

Join educators from all over the east coast for this exciting professional development opportunity! Enjoy the diversity of new and exciting games, fitness activities, and lessons combined with unforgettable fellowship and memorable traditions, including:

  • Social Fitness
  • Morning Sunrise Inspiration
  • All-You-Care-To-Eat Fresh Flounder and Shrimp Dinner

NCAAHPERD is proud to host the Fall PELT at the Trinity Conference Center in Salter Path, NC. Nestled in a pristine maritime forest on the Outer Banks, the center extends from Bogue Sound to the Atlantic Ocean. A mild climate and award-winning landscaping, designed with sensitivity to the island environment, provide peaceful and restful surroundings.Comfortable lounge areas with fireplaces, refrigerators, and ice makers, and delicious home cooked meals served buffet and family style provide the perfect environment for stimulating fellowship with other North Carolina educators.

Check Out This Year’s Agenda!

Jimmy Cox and Charla Parker: This Year’s Featured Presenters

Jimmy CoxJimmy Cox is a native of Mt. Airy NC. He graduated from UNC in 1976.  He has been teaching physical education and coaching at Ravenscroft School, an independent K-12 school in Raleigh NC, for 37 years.   During that time, he has taught all levels of physical education, and among his students are many of which he taught their parents!  He currently teaches lower and middle school PE, and is chair of the middle and upper school PE department, which has ten PE teachers.  Being at an independent school, Jimmy works closely with other members of the department to develop the PE curriculum for the school.   He has been awarded the school’s highest teaching award (The Helton Award), and he has been inducted in the Ravenscroft Sports Hall of Fame.  He first attended the spring PELT in 1985 and became hooked on these workshops, which he has often referred to as a “revival for PE teachers”.   He has been a presenter at many workshops including the Fall PELT, the Spring PELT, and workshops for both independent schoolteachers and Wake County public school teachers.  As a coach on both the high school and middle school levels, he has won over 475 games and a state title in basketball and 6 more state titles in golf.  The middle school gym at Ravenscroft is named in his honor.  In addition to his love for PE, he has a passion for golden retrievers, UNC athletics, the New York Yankees, the Indianapolis Colts, and golf.  He has been married to his wife Linda for 27 years and they live in Raleigh with their two golden retrievers, Jeter and Guidry.

Charla ParkerCharla Parker is in her 30th year of teaching and her 11th year at Fuquay Varina High School. In April of 2013 Charla will be honored by the Southern District Association of Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance as the Southern District Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Parker is a respected leader in health and physical education and has presented at numerous national conventions. Her selection as the Southern District Teacher of the Year means that she will go onto to compete for the honor of being named the Teacher of the Year by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. To read more about Charla visit this web page.

Accomodations

NCAAHPERD is proud to host the Fall PELT at the Trinity Conference Center located at 618 Salter Path Road, in Pine Knoll Shores, North Carolina. Nestled in a pristine maritime forest on the Outer Banks, the center extends from Bogue Sound to the Atlantic Ocean and provides a variety of modern facilities and comfortable accommodations. A mild climate and award-winning landscaping, designed with sensitivity to the island environment, provide peaceful and restful surroundings. Comfortable lounge areas with fireplaces, refrigerators, and ice makers, and delicious home cooked meals served buffet and family style provide the perfect environment for stimulating fellowship with other North Carolina educators.

The Center’s guestrooms and dorms are nestled within the natural beauty and tranquillity of the maritime forest. Guestrooms have a private bath, double and single beds and are individually heated and cooled. Trinity Center dormitories are sub-divided into 2 large sleeping quarters and includes a bathroom, screened porch and private center room.

What to Pack and What to Wear

When packing for the Fall PELT, be sure to bring clothing suitable for participation in physical activity because our awesome presenters will have plenty of new and exciting activities to take back to share with your students.

Otherwise, pack just as you would for a two-night stay at the beach during the fall. Fall weather on the Crystal Coast varies greatly. Fall days can be very warm, whereas fall evenings may feel chilly because of the ocean breeze. September’s average high temperature is 83 degrees and the average low is 63 degrees.

Other items you might want to consider bringing include a flashlight and a bathing suit. The flashlight may prove handy for evening activities. If you are interested, you may be able to enjoy a swim in the nearby Atlantic Ocean.

Trinity Conference Center Photo Album

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