Caleb Hinton

My name is Caleb Hinton, and I will be your child’s physical education and health teacher for the school year. I look forward to getting to know the students and sharing my passion for physical education with them.

 I would like to share some background information about myself. I grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee (GO VOLS!). I lived in Washington, D.C., for seven years prior to moving to the west coast. I have a Master of Science in Deaf Education from McDaniel College and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Gallaudet University. I played on Gallaudet University’s football team (GO BISON!) all four years of my college career. Then I went on to be the part-time offensive linemen coach at Gallaudet University. While in DC, I worked at Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) for about three years. I moved to Oregon to live closer to my family and decided to be a stay at home Dad for the past three years for my daughters. I understand the importance of having strong academics and participating in extracurricular activities and how one can benefit the other. I hope to have a positive impact on your child based on my experiences. 

 Physical Education is an important part of a students’ education. They will learn how to exercise in a fun manner and lead a healthy physically fit life. The students will learn team building, movement concepts, skill themes, and various fun activities that can be applied to all aspects of their lives. I strongly believe that I will provide all of the students with teaming experiences that are both beneficial and enjoyable.. I will accommodate each student at their own ability levels and ensure that their individual needs are met but also challenged.Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have any questions or concerns. GO WSD TERRIERS!



VP: (360)-718-9555

Classroom: Divine: #314 and Hunter Gym


Welcome to the MS PE/Health Class

MS Health and PE Syllabus

Welcome to the Adapted PE class

MS-HS Adapt PE Syllabus

Welcome to the HS PE Class

HS PE Syllabus