• Lauryn Lynch


     My name is Lauryn Lynch and I am the High School Physical Education and Health Teacher.  This will be my first year at Frenchtown High School and I am excited to start the school year and this new adventure!
    In class, we will be focusing on liftetime activities and personal health development. I am very passionate about health and wellness and enjoy teaching/sharing that passion with my students. I want PE and Health to be a positive experience for everyone.
    My interests include playing, coaching, and watching sports. Basketball and softball are my favorites, but I love to watch football (GO GRIZ!!). My absolute favorite sports team is the North Carolina Tar Heels. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, being outdoors (especially on Flathead Lake), riding horses as I grew up competing in Rodeos, and relaxing watching a good movie or netflix show.
    The reason I became a teacher was to make an impact and difference in the lives of students. I LOVE to see students and athletes succeed both in school and in life!!
    I look forward to meeting everyone at Frenchtown High School, lets have a great year!

    Name: Lauryn Lynch


     Course Descriptions:

    PE & Health (Freshman): In Freshman Physical Education, students will use individual and team activities to improve strength, cardiovascular fitness, and motor skill development. The following topics will be covered in Health Education: physical growth and development, safety and injury prevention, and substance abuse prevention. Students will be provided with an introductory understanding of both the knowledge and the skills to apply the above not only in their lives, but to the lives around them.

    Personal Fitness: While both sections utilize strength-training and cardio-respiratory activites, Personal Fitness will focus on Nutrition and Excercise lessons and cardio-respiratory fitness, muscle strength, and endurance activities and will improve flexibility. Grades will be based on daily participation and indiviual improvement.


       I grew up in Ronan, Montana and graduated from Ronan High School in 2006. I played four years of basketball and softball during high school. I attended Carroll College in 2006 and redshirted on the Womens Basketball Team. I then transfered to Montana Western in 2008 and played two years on the Womens Basketball Team before an injury ended my playing career. I was the Assistant Coach at Western for the Womens Basketball Team from 2010-2012, while finishing my degree. I graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Education in the Spring of 2012. I majored in Physical Education and Health Enhancement grades K-12 and minored in Biology grades 5-12.  I taught three years of Physical Education and Health at Polson High School. This will be my first year at Frenchtown High School.