Staci Hudlin

About Principal
Staci Hudlin

I was born and raised in Iola, KS and graduated from Iola High School in 1997.  Following a year at Allen County Community College, I transferred to Kansas State University where I graduated with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. I received my Master's in Administration from Pittsburg State University in 2010.  I have spent the last 12 years teaching math and science at Humboldt Middle School and am very excited at the opportunities before me as principal of Humboldt Elementary School. 

My husband, Tony, and I are the proud parents of 3 girls. Megan is a freshman at Allen Community College, Hannah a senior and Brystal is a 1st grader.  We are active members of Fellowship Regional Church, enjoy our daughters' busy schedules, and love spending time with family and friends. 

Quote: 
"Children are likely to live up to what you believe in them." - L.B. Johnson
Building Goals: 

I. To develop and expand parent involvement K-8

  • Develop a parent organization for middle school
  • Have an Open House for middle school
  • Create parent involvement activities for both schools

     Ideas

  • Powerschool parent training night
  • Technology night
  • Poetry coffee house
  • Parent appreciation (Coffee/Donuts)
  • Open House
  • Utilize Powerschool & School Reach to inform parents

II. To develop a building maintenance plan

  • Develop a schedule for painting
  • Replace flooring at elementary
  • Continue w/roof repair
  • Develop a schedule for classroom desks & chairs
  • Make front of elementary ADA accessible
  • Replace sinks/countertops/back cabinetry at elementary

III. Continue to teach Kansas College and Career standards in the core academic areas and provide opportunities for educators to increase their knowledge & skills in curriculum & instruction

  • Curriculum mapping
  • Continue w/the rotation of textbooks & materials
  • Staff Development—infusing technology into the core curriculum
  • Project-based Learning
  • Scheduling of classes
  • After school tutoring
  • Using formative assessments effectively

IV. To increase teacher’s knowledge & skills in the use of technology as an educational tool & also to expand and update what is already being used.

  • On-going training/staff development
  • Tech support—2 people—integration specialist
  • 1-1 Ratio of laptops to students in class
  • Maintenance (replacement)
  • Trouble-shooting manual
  • Continued purchase of software/hardware to be current
  • Digital textbook/reading materials

V. To provide opportunities for educators to increase their knowledge & skills toward MTSS (Multi-tiered Systems of Support)

  • Staff development
  • Identify, implement & maintain interventions for academics & behavior
  • Create incentives & rewards
  • Scheduling & staff
  • Consistent data collection instruments – ( training on implementation)
  • School-wide expectations & strategies
Schedule
Phone: 
(620) 473-2461