Susan Hubbard received a B.S. from the University of Evansville, Evansville, Indiana, a master's degree from Indiana University/Perdue University at Indianapolis, and a graduate degree in educational leadership from the University of Alaska, Anchorage.
Susan taught in the primary grades in Indiana and Ohio before moving to Sleetmute, Alaska, where she has 16 years of experience teaching mostly grades K-6, with 8 years of that time also serving as principal/teacher. For two years, she was Upriver Principal in the Kuspuk School District, serving Chuathbaluk, Crooked Creek, Red Devil, Sleetemute, and Stony River. Areas of special interest include early childhood education, multi-grade classrooms, and elementary education.
"I love to be with students because it's something new every day. Even if what we're doing is not new for me, it's new for the students and I love the resulting excitement. I love to see the world through the eyes of my students. I am excited about my third year of mentoring because I truly enjoy getting to new places and being in classrooms with other teachers. New teachers bring such hope and excitement with them I'm happy to help them achieve the classroom they always dreamed of. It's rewarding to know the students in these rooms will have the very best education their teacher can give."