All About Ms. Huffman
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors of Arts- Elementary Education Masters of Education- Elementary Education National Board Certification- Early Childhood Generalist
I went to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington where I was a North Carolina Teaching Fellow. I majored in Elementary Education and received a minor in History. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from UNCW in May of 2004.
I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education and a minor in History. I am certified to teach Kindergarten through sixth grade.
In August 2009, I began working on my Master's Degree at UNCW. In July 2011, I completed the Master's program and now hold a Master's Degree in Elementary Education.
In November 2013, I became a National Board Certified Teacher in the area of Early Childhood Generalist.
Ms. Huffman's Professional Mission Statement:
My mission is to be a positive role model for my students by being fair, kind, and helpful and instilling in them a love of being a life-long learner.
After graduating from UNCW, I taught in Pender County for four years. I taught kindergarten for two years and first grade for two years.
In August 2008, I began teaching kindergarten at Richlands Primary School. The 2018-2019 school year will be my eleventh year at RPS (now Heritage) and my fifteenth year overall of teaching.
I was selected as Richlands Primary School's 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year.
I was born and raised in Richlands. I went to Richlands Elementary School, Trexler Middle School, and Richlands High School. I graduated from Richlands High School in 2000.
I have lived in Richlands for the majority of my life. I lived in Wilmington, NC for eight years.
I am very close to my family and I spend a lot of time with them. I have a five year old nephew that brings so much joy to my life.
I love to travel. Some of my favorite places I have traveled to are: Japan (I have been twice); Texas (Austin and San Antonio); New York City; Washington D.C.; and Charleston, SC. I also like to go to the North Carolina mountains and to the beach.
In June of 2010, I had the opportunity to spend two weeks in Japan as a part of my graduate school program. While there, I was able to visit schools and see how their education system compares to ours. It was an amazing experience and I enjoy sharing what I learned with my students.