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Angela Campbell
Coppell ISD


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Angela Campbell, MS, CAPE is an Adapted Physical Education Specialist for Coppell Independent School District.  Angela has 24 years of teaching experience with 14 years experience working as an APE consultant, 12 years for Coppell ISD and 2 years for Region 10 ESC. As an Adapted Physical Education Consultant for Region 10 Education Service Center in Richardson, TX, Angela served several counties and school districts across the region. 

Angela's knowledge and experience in Adapted Physical Education combined with her knowledge and experience as a Special Education Teacher gives her a unique view and perspective that many don't have. Angela is an advocate for her students, she plans for lifetime engagement, she collaborates with others to provide the best and most effective service possible, and she gives extra to ensure her students have access to all the opportunities available. She continues to advocate for Rec and Leisure for adult learners and is exceptional with the low incidence learners.  She continuously serves her district, region, and community selflessly while demonstrating what it means to truly advocate for those with disabilities. She implements numerous programs throughout her school district, including Motor Activities Training Program and Partner PE. She works daily to make a difference in her student's and teacher's lives. While in Coppell ISD, Angela has received the Great Educators Matter Award and Employee of the Quarter Award multiple times. 

Outside of her district, Angela has made many significant contributions to the field of Adapted PE.  She helped to organize and facilitate the North Texas Adapted Physical Education Conference held at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, TX.  She has presented at the North Texas Adapted Physical Education Conference and it’s virtual Webinar series, the Texas Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired Conference, the Region 10 Low Incidence Population Conference, the American Printing House Conference, and the National Physical Therapy Conference.  She has also developed and delivered professional development trainings for Adapted PE teachers across the region. Angela is an integral team member of many groups and committees that promote opportunities for students and teachers across the state such as local and area level Special Olympics, Kid-Netic Games for students with physical impairments, and Sports Extravaganza for students with visual impairments. Angela contributed to the latest edition of the Region 10 Partner PE Manual and is also published in the Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness. She has and continues to make a huge difference in the world of Adapted PE!

Angela received her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University Commerce and completed the Adapted Physical Education Master’s Degree through Texas Woman’s University. She also holds a CAPE (Certified Adapted Physical Education) certification. 

Angela has been married for 16 years to her husband, John, and they have three active and fun teenage boys. Angela is a lifelong learner and enjoys researching ways to make an impact with her students. In her free time, she likes to read, bake, workout, spend time with friends and family, and make things pretty around the house. 

Congratulations and thank you for all you do, Angela!

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