Author Archives: Kenneth Cope

About Kenneth Cope

I was born in Kansas but moved to North Platte, Nebraska, in 1970. I moved to Lincoln and went to Pound Middle School and then graduated from Southeast High School. I am married and have two kids my son is a senior at The University of Nebraska Lincoln and is studying Business and accounting. My daughter is a sophomore at Concordia University studying elementary education and plays volleyball. I have always loved playing and being physically active. I played baseball in high school and many other intramural sports. I have always enjoyed kids and thought the best thing for me to do is teach kids how to play and keep themselves healthy. I have been teaching physical education for 27 years here at Fredstrom.

Maddie Kulhanek takes 4th in Punt, Pass & Kick

Maddie earned 4th place in the P,P&K this year at Nebraska Wesleyan University! We are proud of you Maddie! Way to represent Fredstrom!  

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Welcome Back Fredstrom Families!

Welcome back to all the Fredstrom students and their families! Remember to wear your tennis shoes when ever you have P.E. or if you go to Family Services. We ask that you wear tennis shoes for your safety and for … Continue reading

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Proud of these two former Fredstrom Falcons!

Amanda Maxwell and Trevor Birdzell were awarded Physical Education Majors of the Year by SHAPE Nebraska! Congratulations and welcome to the teaching profession! I am very proud of you!  

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Check out the new link to the YMCA and Lincoln Parks and Rec. Youth Sports

Go to the bottom right hand side of the page under Sports and look at the YMCA Youth Sports website and the Lincoln Parks and Rec. Youth Sports website.  Have fun and stay active.  

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What to bring to Physical Education.

Please remind your children to bring two things to our class.  First, they need to bring a great attitude and smile.  We want our students to have fun in our class and that means coming to class ready to learn … Continue reading

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