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Physical Education
Health and Human Performance

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Angie Carpenter-Henderson earned her Bachelor of Science in physical education from Castleton University in 2008, and completed her Martat of Arts in Education at Southern New Hampshire University. In 2018, Carpenter-Henderson received a health education endorsement.

She worked for 10 years as a K-8 physical educator in Vermont. During that time, she also taught 3-8 health education. At Norwich, Carpenter-Henderson teaches in the physical education program. With 10 years of public education classroom experience, she is excited to share her knowledge and be a part of the Norwich community.

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