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Mr. Patrick Haddock

Phone:

Email: phaddock@sd308.org

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Mr. Patrick Haddock

Principal

I am honored to be the Principal for Hunt Club Elementary School. I am excited about the opportunity to build strong, positive relationships with students, staff, and parents within this wonderful community.

I started my career in education in the state of Florida teaching fifth grade at Lost Lake Elementary School in the Lake County School District. Prior to coming to District 308, I taught fifth grade within Burlington Central School District 301 for six years, while also serving as an Administrator Designee for three years.

My first assignment in District 308 was serving as an Assistant Principal for Fox Chase Elementary School.  For the last two years, I have been the Assistant Principal for Hunt Club Elementary School.  As of the 2016-2017 school year, I officially begin my appointment as Principal for Hunt Club.  I look forward to applying the knowledge of the community, the district, and my experience working with students and staff at Hunt Club as I lead the school in this new role.

Mrs. Elisabeth Stoffers

Phone:

Email: egillham@sd308.org

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Mrs. Elisabeth Stoffers

Assistant Principal

 
Since July 2011, Mrs. Stoffers has served as an assistant principal at Ball Elementary, in the Ball-Chatham School District. For six years prior to that, she was a language arts teacher at Mahomet-Seymour Junior High, in Mahomet, Ill. While at Ball Elementary, Stoffers completed Growth Through Learning Modules to evaluate teachers based on the Danielson Framework, coordinated assessment services for Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), created master schedules, and balanced class lists.
 
She also developed school-wide systems for Tier 3 behavior services and coordinated special education and 504 services. “I am very honored and excited to have been chosen to fill the assistant principal opening at Hunt Club. School District 308 has a wonderful reputation and I look forward to being a part of that reputation,” Stoffers said. “I’m excited to meet and get to know the staff, students and parents of Hunt Club. Everyone has been very welcoming thus far and I look forward to working together in the near future.”
 
Stoffers received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Illinois State University, Normal, Ill. and her master’s in educational organizational leadership from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

 

Mrs. Sandy Hock

Phone: 630-636-2875

Email: shock@sd308.org

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Mrs. Sandy Hock

Special Education Coordinator

I joined the administrative team at Southbury Elementary during the 2015-2016 school year as a Special Education Coordinator with Kendall County Special Education Cooperative.  Before joining School District #308, I served as a learning behavior specialist for 15 years.  In this role, I worked with students within a self -contained classroom, ED programs, and as a co-teacher at the elementary and junior high levels. 

I earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from St. Xavier University, Chicago and then continued on to receive a master’s degree in Special Education with a director of special education endorsement.  I received a second master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Governor’s State University, University Park, IL.  Currently, I am working toward a doctoral degree at the University of St. Francis, Joliet, IL in educational leadership with a superintendent endorsement. 

 

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