Spencer Lichon is the new strength and wellness coordinator at the Pulaski High School Fitness Center.
Lichon is a 2007 Green Bay West High School graduate. He is a 2011 University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point graduate, where he majored in health promotion/wellness with a minor in strength and conditioning.
"We are very excited to have a full time, successful strength and wellness coordinator to offer our students, workers, and community,” said PHS athletic director Janel Batten. “Spencer Lichon is a high-quality individual, who will be a great addition to the PCSD. We are excited to have him join our team."
He comes to the district after 11 years at the Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine Facility, where he helped train Green Bay Southwest and other high school athletes including some from Pulaski.
“All of the individuals I’ve met at Pulaski have a positive mindset,” he said. “The kids want to be great.”
He is looking forward to increasing use of the facility. “I’ll be working with the students, student athletes and staff as well as the community,” Lichon said. He will also step in to coordinate the popular summer Build a Better Raider fitness program.
An open house is slated for 5 p.m. Nov. 2 for people to meet Lichon and become acquainted with the facility which has free weights, weight-lifting machines, cardio conditioning equipment and more. The district is making final details of when the center will be open to the public and how it may be accessed.
Lichon is married to Mallory, a PHS Family and Consumer Science Department teacher for 10 years. They have a daughter, Macy. She also is an assistant coach with PHS girls softball and a former middle school volleyball coach. His father Mark Lichon and his uncles Chris and Perry Lichon are PHS graduates.
“I’m looking to be part of the community,” Lichon said.