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    stay fit!
    Stay Fit!
    Name: Mr. Eric McGuiney
    E-mail: ermcguiney@exetersd.org
    Phone: (610) 779-3320 ext. 3127
    Room: Boy's Locker Room
    Hello parents and students. My name is Eric McGuiney. The 2019/2020 school year will be my 15th year as one of the Exeter Junior High Phys Ed teachers. I enjoy the daily of task introducing fun yet challenging ways to get the brain thinking and body moving. I am an avid sports fan and fitness enthusiast. I hope to share some of those qualities and experiences with your son or daughter, with the goal that they find them meaningful enough to continue in the "real world" after graduation.
    I would encourage both parents and students to review the information included in the tabs to the left.  Many general questions about my Phys Ed class expectations, policies, and rules can be answered there. Thank you for taking time to visit my website and take interest in Phys Ed! 



    • Please have an extra (old pair) of sneakers in your gym locker
    • Extra socks are always good to have for moring classes when the grass is wet
    • It is always a good idea to have a sweatshirt for colder weather when we are outside
    • It is your responsibility to have your uniform for each PE class
    About Mr. McGuiney
    • Graduate of Kutztown Area High School (played soccer, basketball, and volleyball)
    • 2004 Graduate of East Stroudsburg University where I played collegiate NCAA men's volleyball
    • Master's Degree from Wilkes University in 2010
    • I have been teaching PE at ETJHS since 2006
    • I am CPR and AED Certified
    • Coached HS Boys Volleyball @ Exeter from 2008-2013 (6 seasons)
    • Coaches JHS Boys Basketball from 2013-20116 (4 seasons)
    • Member of the ABEX Anti-Bullying Committee @ the JHS
    • I was a beach lifeguard at Assateague Island for almost 10 summers
    • I enjoy competitive beach volleyball, golf, exercising, being outdoors, and spending time my wife, two children, and dog