Meghan Earley and Steve Tiberi are Health and Physical Education teachers at Stillwater Township Elementary School in Stillwater, NJ! Stillwater Township Elementary School is located in Northern New Jersey. They are both in their 13th year of teaching.
Meghan graduated from Houghton College in upstate New York with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and earned her Health Education degree at William Paterson University. A devoted student-athlete throughout her academic career, she was inducted into the Sussex County Sports Hall of Fame and the High Point Regional High School Sports Hall of Fame. She was named the Stillwater Township Teacher of the year for 2019-2020 and the Sussex County Teacher of the year in 2021! She believes her greatest contributions and accomplishments in education are those small interactions and small, incremental changes in her student’s physical well-being, their outlook on fitness and their own achievements, and their ability and desire to work with others that all add up to a lifetime of health and success.
Steve graduated from William Paterson University of New Jersey with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Physical Education. He went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Sport Pedagogy from William Paterson University. Steve also teaches as an adjunct professor at Sussex County Community College for their Exercise Science Department. He was named Sandyston-Walpack School’s Teacher of the Year in 2017-2018. In 2020, his article titled, “Cooperative Learning in Physical Education and Its Effects on Student Reading Comprehension Scores” was published in The Physical Educator Journal. Steve believes his greatest contributions and accomplishments to education is the ability to help his students realize their potential, guide them to achieve their set goals, and provide students with the ability and confidence to be physically active for a lifetime.
Meg and Steve have thoroughly enjoyed adding Lu Uno to their Health and Physical Education classes. They utilize a variety of different apps on the Lu and they have started a Lu club this year, 2021-2022, at the school for 5th and 6th graders. During the Lu Club, students learned about the Lu, went on virtual tours, and then created apps and presented them to members of the Lu company! Meg and Steve are excited to find new ways to utilize the Lu and are hoping to share their utilization of the Lu with you! Please don’t hesitate to contact them with any questions you may have.