Becki Hoffman has been named principal of Finch Elementary School in the McKinney ISD after the retirement of Finch Elementary School Principal Harry Long.
Hoffman has served for more than 32 years as a teacher and administrator, most recently serving as Assistant Principal of Finch Elementary School since 2006.
Hoffman has served as acting principal of Finch Elementary School and has continuingly managed staff and resources while focusing on increased student engagement.
During her time at Finch, she has initiated Rachel’s Challenge, a nationwide student service project, and served the campus in many areas of strategic planning and grant management. She also facilitated and supported an ongoing training and enhancement of integrated technology resulting in an increased innovative engagement by Finch staff and students.
Prior to serving at Finch Elementary School, Ms. Hoffman served for five years as an Instructional Specialist at Burks Elementary School in McKinney providing instructional training, modeling and planning assistance to teachers.
Hoffman began her teaching career at Kountze High School in Kountze, Texas, as a resource teacher for grades nine through 12. She served five years as a supervising teacher for the Beaumont State Center for Human Development managing the Early Childhood Program.
Hoffman taught third grade at Ney Elementary School in Lake Jackson, Texas, for two years before beginning a 16-year career at Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District in Houston.
At Cypress Fairbanks ISD, Hoffman served as a classroom teacher and developed fifth grade curriculum at Owens Elementary School, served as Grant Facilitator for 12 years working in the District Central Office, and served as Language Arts Instructional Specialist at Walker Elementary School for one year.
Hoffman earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Lamar University and Master of Education from Dallas Baptist University.
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