Sara Schmidt began her career as a fourth grade teacher in St. Paul. She then earned her Master’s Degree and K-12 Principal License from the University of Minnesota, and became an Assistant Director the following year. She joined the Eisenhower Elementary/XinXing Academy team in 2014.
Andrew Adair is originally from Southern California. Andrew Adair started his teaching career in Oregon and Washington state where he earned both his BS and Master's degree from Portland State University.
Kathy Bouten has been teaching at Eisenhower Elementary since joining the Hopkins Public Schools in 1998. She graduated from The College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minnesota and began her career as a third grade teacher. The following year she received her Masters of Arts in Education from Hamline University.
Emily Cox joined the Hopkins Public Schools team in 2016. Before coming to Hopkins, Emily spent 8 years teaching 6th through 8th grade band at Todd County Middle School on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Courtney Davis is the school counselor at Eisenhower and XinXing Academy. Prior to coming to Hopkins she taught social skills to elementary aged students in a day treatment facility. In her free time Courtney enjoys walking her dog, cooking, and reading.
Harald Faber has been working in the Hopkins Public Schools since 2002. For 4 years he taught in the special education department at Hopkins High School and for 10 years in the special education department at Tanglen Elementary school.
Jonathan Feulner has been an educator in Hopkins Public Schools since 2014. He has a BA in Arts Administration from the University of Minnesota with further studies in Jazz and Music Education at Northern Illinois University.
Mrs. Friedman graduated with a bachelor of science degree from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She majored in Human Services with a specialization in Child and Adolescent development, Psychology and Counseling.
Tonya has been working in the Hopkins Public Schools since 2010. She began working as a special ed para substitute then moved to Harley Hopkins Family Center as Child Study Secretary in 2011 and then to Eisenhower as Child Study Secretary in 2013.