Jody De St. Hubert has been working in the Hopkins School District since 2000. For five years she was a 4th grade teacher at Alice Smith. After spending one year as a Master Teacher at Gatewood, Meadowbrook, and Katherine Curren, she returned to Alice Smith as the building principal in 2006-2007.
Annalisa Andre began teaching in the Hopkins FLES program in the 2014-15 school year. Annalisa graduated from Carleton College with a BA in Spanish and after graduation spent three years teaching English in an immersion school in Madrid.
Mary Beckering has been teaching in the Hopkins Public Schools since 1990. She has been a Learning Resource Teacher at Tanglen Elementary, and a Title I Teacher at Tanglen, Eisenhower and Alice Smith Elementary Schools.
School Social Worker & Special Education Department Lead
Madeline Tolkan Conrad has been working in the Hopkins Public Schools since 1999. She began in the District at Hopkins West Junior High as a school social worker. After 6 years, she transitioned to the elementary setting, and is currently full time at Alice Smith Elementary School.
Kevin Davis currently teaches second grade. He is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College and received his Master of Arts in teaching degree from the University of St. Thomas. Mr. Davis has been teaching in the Hopkins Public Schools since 2004.
Christina Farrell grew up in the northwest suburbs and attended Robbinsdale Armstrong high school. After high school she attended St. Cloud State University, where she earned a BS in Elementary Education.
Mary Hall graduated from St. Olaf College with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She has been working as a Licensed School Nurse (LSN) in the Hopkins Public Schools since 2005 and has been the LSN at Alice Smith Elementary School since 2010.
Kay Hawley currently teaches instrumental music at Alice Smith and Glen Lake Elementary Schools. For the majority of her career she has taught instrumental music at West Jr. High. Kay has a wide variety of interests and a diverse background as an educator, performer, clinician, and guest speaker.
Mary taught briefly in St. Paul, then worked in business selling
commercial art materials. After staying home with her children, Mary renewed her teaching license
and has been working in the Hopkins Public Schools since 1998.