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Campbell talks Kinesiology

Magnet empowers students to “live a life with quality and quantity”
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Students learn about health and sports medicine in the Kinesiology Magnet.
Mrs. Campbell teaches the Kinesiology Elective for Magnet students. (Emelly Perlera-Menjivar)
As many of you know, Sepulveda Middle School offers a Kinesiology Magnet with the purpose of giving students the opportunity to study sports medicine, fitness, and kinesiology careers.  Sepulveda Middle School Kinesiology Magnet is bright and new since starting back in 2021.  We took time to reach out to Mrs. Campbell, who is the Kinesiology elective teacher at the Kinesiology Magnet.

Question: Why is kinesiology a beneficial thing to learn?  

Answer: Kinesiology is the study of the human body and movement. This topic allows students to learn about their own bodies and empowers them to live a life with quality and quantity.


Q: What benefits does kinesiology give?

A: Kinesiology is beneficial because you have the power to improve your own health and wellness and help others achieve the same success.


Q: What are some careers that kinesiology offers?

A: Careers in kinesiology include sports medicine, physical education, physical therapy, sports psychology, sports journalist, athletic training, etc..


Q: What encouraged you to join the kinesiology program?

A: I started this program because of my passion for health, sports, and fitness.


Q: What should a student do if they are interested in learning more about kinesiology?

A: If students are interested in kinesiology, then they should talk to Ms. Cueva and Mrs. Campbell.


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Angie Betanco
Angie Betanco, Staff Writer
Angie Betanco is an 8th grader.

Emelly Perlera-Menjivar
Emelly Perlera-Menjivar, Breaking News Editor

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