This week we interviewed Shari Humphrey, the principal of Genoa-Hugo School.
Q: Who was the first class you taught?
A: The first class that I taught was 1st grade and it had Mrs. Moats and Laura White in it.
Q: What was one of your biggest accomplishments in school?
A: We had a really good cheerleading squad and I was on it.
Q: Where did you graduate school from?
A: I went to Hoxie High School in Hoxie, Kansas. Then I got my bachelors degree in elementary education at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. I got my masters degree from Adams State University.
Q: Why did you want to become a principal?
A: I wanted to become a principal because I love kids and have taught different levels. I was ready for a new challenge. I love being a principal because we have awesome kids and teachers.
Q: When did you graduate college?
A: In May of 1991.
Q: Tell me your most memorable moment in school?
A: We used to have live bands at all our dances.
Q: What were your school colors?
A: Red and white and our mascot was the Indians.
Q: Do you like your job?
A: I love it!
Q: What’s your favorite class?
A: Title 1 because I loved working with all the different age levels.
Q: How many people were in your graduating class?
Thanks to Mrs. Humphrey for taking the time to chat with us! Check back next week for additional staff interview.