CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Former Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly plans to teach Charlotte-Mecklenburg students virtually Monday.
Kuechly made the decision to retire after spending eight seasons with the Panthers, but his desire to stay connected to football remained.
As Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools remains closed for in-person teaching, the district says Kuechly will be the virtual guest teacher Monday. The lesson will start at noon on Facebook.com/ProCamps.
“All ages can tune in,” CMS says.
CMS calls it: learning with Luke!
Students can sign up for free. According to the Facebook page, the segment will include 10 minutes of quizzing students, 10 minutes of answering questions and 10 minutes of Kuechly running students through an exercise and workout.
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