Lincoln Academy Wellness Department offers an enjoyable and positive experience in a variety of health-related activities, leisure activities, wellness concepts, cooperative games, individual sports, team sports, as well as outdoor adventure pursuits. The Wellness program provides a comprehensive curriculum that focuses on the mental, emotional, social and physical well being of students. Each course is designed to prepare students with lifelong skills that promote good choices, physical fitness, personal safety and overall well being.

Contact Information

Radek Janik : Wellness Department Head
Radek Janik
janik@lincolnacademy.org

Mr. Janik was born and raised in the Czech Republic (formerly) Czechoslovakia. About two years before the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Mr. Janik’s parents escaped the Communist regime along with him and his younger brother. Leaving everything and his older brother behind, Mr. Janik’s family started a new life in Connecticut. After attending and graduating from high school, Mr. Janik earned his degree from the University of Maine at Farmington. His first three years of teaching Health were at MSAD #40 (A.D. Gray and D.R. Gaul Middle Schools) in Waldoboro and Union. Trying to expand his horizons and expertise in teaching the secondary grade levels, he then decided to move on and ended up the following three years teaching Wellness at Lincoln/Sudbury Regional High School in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Loving the Midcoast area, Mr. Janik returned to Maine and added two more years of teaching back at MSAD#40.  Mr. Janik has been part of Lincoln Academy since 2006. Currently, as the Wellness Department Head and Wellness Instructor, Mr. Janik continues to support students’ lives by encouraging them to make healthy and responsible choices, so they may lead better lives and become productive members of our community. Mr. Janik spends his free time traveling, enjoying the outdoors, fishing, and playing games. Mr. Janik’s desire is to travel the beautiful USA and visit other parts of the world to further explore other cultures.

Academic Affiliations:

B.S. Community Health Education, Concentration in School Health Education - University Of Maine at Farmington


Jason Adickes : Wellness Faculty - Girls JV soccer coach - Summer Programs
Jason Adickes 207-563-3596
adickes@lincolnacademy.org
Hello Eagles!  I am so pleased to be a part of the Lincoln Academy team working in the Wellness Department.  I have been a part of the AOS 93 community for the past 16 years.  I spent 14 years as the Physical Education teacher and Athletic Director at Great Salt Bay Community School.  The past two years I have served as the Principal at Jefferson Village School.  It was clear to me that my passion is in the classroom working directly with students and I am fortunate to have this opportunity to return to the community that I have been a part of for so many years and to be a part of the Lincoln Academy team.
This will be my 21st year in education.  I have also worked in Property Management for a short time and served as a Police Officer in the city of Auburn.  I spend time in the summers as a Whitewater Rafting Guide on the Kennebec and Dead Rivers in The Forks.  I live in Bristol with my wife Samantha, who many of you know as the first face at GSB.  My son Kellen is a junior at Lincoln Academy and my other son Peyton is a 7th grader at Great Salt Bay School.

Kelly (KJ) Anastasio : Athletic Director, Wellness Faculty
Kelly (KJ) Anastasio (207) 563-3596 ext. 2117
kj@lincolnacademy.org
KJ Anastasio was born and raised in the western Maine town of Rumford (Mountain Valley '90). He attended and graduated from Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vt., majoring in Sports Management and graduating with honors. While at L.S.C., KJ was a member of the Student Senate, Athletic Intramural Council, and a member of the Men's soccer team. After college, KJ's love for skiing led him to Summit County, Colorado where he worked at a ski shop and a golf course. He completed as many ski days as possible, played golf often, and hiked as many 14ers as he possibly could. KJ returned to Maine in 1998 and has worked at Lincoln Academy ever since. While at LA, he has taught P.E. and health, has coached tennis, baseball, was the boys soccer coach for 15 years, and became the Athletic Director in 2006. KJ has served on the M.P.A. basketball committee, many K.V.A.C. committees, and committees to design the L.A. athletic facilities on campus. KJ and his wife Jen were also dorm parents for six years before moving back to Jefferson, ME. In his free time, KJ enjoys traveling, hiking, and watching Boston sports (especially the Sox).

Academic Affiliations:

B.S. Sports Management- Lyndon State College


Philip Page : Assistant Athletic Director/Wellness Faculty—Student of the Month Advisor—LA Pride Advisor—Faculty Shield Advisor--President, Alumni Association
Philip Page (207) 563-3596 ext. 2123
page@lincolnacademy.org
Mr. Page taught for eight years at Medomak Valley High School coaching track, cross country and basketball. He returned to his Alma Mater to teach social studies and coach varsity boys basketball in 1985. Entering his 40th year in education, Mr. Page enjoys contributing to student life at Lincoln Academy and the interaction with alumni in his role in alumni and development. He has been active in the Booster's Club and the LA Pride Program for 21 years supporting students and athletes. He especially enjoys promoting school and community spirit during Homecoming Week each September. Mr. Page and his wife Gail have three children and eight grandchildren.

Academic Affiliations:

B.A. Political Science, Univerisity of Southern Maine


Megan Day : Wellness Faculty, Athletic Trainer & Wellness Instructor
Megan Day
day@lincolnacademy.org
Upon college graduation Megan became Lincoln Academy’s first athletic trainer. As athletic trainer, Megan works with the athletes to prevent, assess, treat, and rehabilitate athletic injuries. In her second year at LA, Megan joined the Wellness Department to teach fitness and weight training. Megan enjoys spending time outdoors and is always in search of her next adventure to supersede hiking Mt. Katahdin here in Maine, witnessing glaciers falling in Alaska, and snorkeling with sea turtles in the Gulf of Mexico.

Academic Affiliations:

B.S. Athletic Training, University of New England