Milton teacher wins national award for physical, health education

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Milena Trojanovic is one of nine educators in Canada to receive the National Award for Teaching Excellence in Physical and Health Education (Photo Courtesy of Halton District School Board).

A teacher at Boyne Public School in Milton has received the National Award for Teaching Excellence in Physical and Health Education.

Milena Trojanovic is one of nine educators across Canada to receive this award from Physical and Health Education (PHE) Canada.

PHE Canada honors teachers at all school levels who exemplify high-quality physical education in the country.

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Teachers are awarded for their abilities to inspire and motivate students and provide meaningful support through physical or health education.

One of Trojanovic’s nominations says she has contributed to the growth of physical and health education in the Halton District School Board and beyond.

“Her focus on building capacity with educators has been an integral part of providing quality programming, advocacy and student engagement,” the nomination reads.

Trojanovic says he hopes to continue making a difference for students and staff.

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