I first met Will Potter two summers ago at the 2016 CalPoly Elementary Physical Education Workshop in San Luis Obispo, CA. Will immediately struck me as an awesome guy who was clearly passionate about teaching physical education. When I returned to CalPoly last summer, I got to learn more about Will’s awesome “Bring Your Parents To PE” Week initiative. After seeing so many people from the online #physed community run with the idea and create awesome experiences for their school communities, I thought it would be great to have the man behind......
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