Scott M. Enge, Physical Education
Timber Creek Elementary School
Proud to be a Colt!
Education: BSE Emporia State University,
MS Baker University,
Administrative Certification University of Missouri - Kansas City
Current position: Elementary P.E. teacher at Timber Creek Elementary, USD #229 Blue Valley. Adjunct Professor for Ottawa University
Teaching Experience: 32 years of elementary and high school physical education.
10 years of Collegiate level undergraduate professorship.
Timber Creek Master Teacher Award
Emporia State University: Physical Education Hall of Honor Inductee 2010
Nominated for Kansas Physical Educator of the Year, 2004.
SELECTED SPEAKER FOR THE 2013 KS PE TEACHERS CONVENTION.
Member of the inaugural Blue Valley Teacher Leadership Academy 2007.
Member of the Blue Valley Administrative Leadership Academy 2007-08.
Member of the Blue Valley Leadership Conference (Timber Creek) 2009-2010 .
Member of the Blue Valley North H.S. Mission statement committee, 2003.
Member of the Blue Valley District Coaches Committee, 2003.
Member of the Blue Valley District Health Committee 2006.
Member of the Kansas Tennis Coaches Committee, 1995-2003.
Member of the KAPHERD & AAPHERD
Member of the USPTA and USTA.
Member of the Executive Board for the Missouri Valley USPTA, Director
of Developmental Coaches Workshops.
Member of the Kansas City, Kansas grade card revision committee.
Coaching Experience: 24 years of HS coaching experience, 22 as head coach in Soccer and Tennis.
40 years as a tennis pro, head pro, director of tennis and club administrator.
Assistant coach in basketball and football, 10 years.
National H.S. Tennis Coach of the Year, 1997 & 1998, USPTA.
Kansas Tennis Coach of the Year, 1996, KCA.
National Federation of H.S. Section 5 Tennis Coach of the Year 1997.
Kansas City (Sun Publications) Tennis Coach of the Year 2002 & 2004.
Director/Founder of the National H.S. Tennis Coaches Association. 1997-2006
Director/Administrator for A.C.T. Sports Services in K.C. 1987-2006.
Director of the World Scholar Athlete Games Tennis Championships, 1997.
Facilitator/Coach at the World Scholar Athlete Games, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006.
25 Years as Jump for Heart Coordinator raising over $92,000 for the American Heart Association.
Community honors: Inducted into the Lenexa Volunteers Hall of Fame. (Key to the City given)
Adjunct professor, Ottawa University, PE/Health Methods class with emphasis on "Kinesthetic Learning."
Director/Founder of the National HS Tennis Coaches Association: Responsibilities include writing, printing, and distributing a national newsletter for HS coaches, gathering data to create national HS team tennis rankings for USA Today Newspapers, and promoting HS tennis by speaking at conventions across the country.
Chairman for the Missouri Valley Professional Tennis Association Developmental Tennis Coaches Workshops.
Coaches Workshops. Responsibilities include, developing and organizing workshops for new tennis coaches across a five state area. Contracting and setting up facilities, organizing mass mailings, publishing handbooks, CD's, and instructional materials, and presenting information to enrollees in a seminar format.
Director of Tennis for the World Scholar Athlete Games, Kingston, Rhode Island, 1997. Responsibilities: Organize and administer the tennis championships involving 200 players from around the world.
Director of the Kansas State Tennis Championships 1996 & 1999. Only coach to ever have 6A State Championship broadcast on television, 1996.
Coordinator for Special Olympic tennis clinics and Special Olympics volunteer.
OtherQualifications: National clinician and published writer on "Differentiated Instruction."
Public clinician on "Teaching Courage to Small Children."
Public clinician on "Team Building in Today's World."