Taige Puetz

  • Date created

    December 19, 2018

  • Last updated

    December 19, 2018

Taige Puetz

Coach Taige Puetz


About Coach Puetz

Taige Puetz earned her bachelor’s degree in K-12 physical education/health from St. Cloud State University. While studying at SCSU Puetz was a member of the women’s soccer and softball teams and completed her student teaching in the St. Cloud School District.

Puetz was drawn to the Athlos model because of its incorporation of movement. In her own experiences as a child, physical education and recess were motivating factors to her learning. She found that the more she moved and interacted with others, the more successful she was.

“I truly believe if a child is moving consistently and having fun while engaging with others it is going to directly correlate with their success in the classroom,” Puetz said. “That is something I look forward to being a part of.”

Favorite Performance Character Trait: Grit

“While being an Athlete, all of my failures and faults pushed me to work harder and to push myself to get better,” she said. “I learned more from losses than I did wins. The gut-wrenching feeling I felt after a loss made me want to instantly work on what I needed to improve so I wouldn’t have to feel that same feeling again.”

Fun Facts about Coach Puetz

Q: What are three things most people don’t know about you?

  • I knocked out my two front teeth three times when I was a child. The first time I was in second grade and I fell out of a tree while climbing it.
  • I am afraid to touch the fish or worm while fishing … yet I still love fishing. (I make my husband or my brothers do it).
  • I love to play the claw arcade game and win things out of it.

Q: What is your favorite physical activity?
A: I cannot pick a favorite because there are just too many to list. I am up for almost any challenge or competition if it involves being physically active.

Q: What was your favorite childhood book?
A: Either “Junie B. Jones” or “Captain Underpants.”

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