Rogers ’08 in Class Featured in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Nasif Rogers ’08, social studies teacher and Director of Debate and Forensics at Nicolet High School, was a participant in a health and wellness class featured in today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The class of 33 Nicolet High School staff members and WEA Trust health insurance clients has combined exercise and nutrition instruction, and collectively the participants have lost a total of 300 pounds in twelve weeks.
You can see part of Rogers’ interview below:
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The full text of the article is available: HERE.
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