Kelly Muldrew

last updated 5/7/2018

Kelly Muldrew

Teacher at Hope Public Schools

Location:
117 East 2nd St., Hope, Arkansas, United States
HQ Phone:
(870) 722-2700

General Information

Education

bachelor's degree - education , HOPE HIGH SCHOOL

bachelor's degree - education , Southern Arkansas University

master's degree - education , Southern Arkansas University

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Hope Public Schools

Kelly Muldrew
Teacher 870-777-3451 kelly.muldrew@hpsdistrict.org

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Hope Public Schools

Hope Academy of Public Service science teacher Carol Hendrix was named Elementary Teacher of the Year, and Hope High School Ladycat assistant girls' basketball coach/history teacher Kelly Muldrew was named Secondary Teacher of the Ye......

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Hope Public Schools

Hope Academy of Public Service science teacher Carol Hendrix was named Elementary Teacher of the Year, and Hope High School Ladycat assistant girls' basketball coach/history teacher Kelly Muldrew was named Secondary Teacher of the Year.
Muldrew has undertaken a variety of roles at Hope High School, in addition to duties as a history teacher. She was named HHS Parental Involvement Coordinator this year, where she seeks to bring students' parents into the culture of HHS to support their children and all HHS students. As PI Coordinator, Muldrew is also responsible for the publication of the HHS edition of Bobcat View, the parental involvement newsletter of the Hope Public Schools. "This is my third year as a teacher/coach for Hope Public Schools, and I absolutely love my job and my students," Muldrew said. She is an alumnus of HHS, and a graduate of Southern Arkansas University, with a bachelor's degree in education, majoring in physical education wellness and leisure, with a minor in history. Muldrew received her master's degree in education in school counseling from SAU in December, 2017. A native of Hope, Muldrew said she wanted to maintain her roots in the community through public education. "My vision is for our students, our school, and our community to flourish and grow as a cohesive unit; and, to do that, we are seeking to rebuild our relationship with our parents and our community," she said. Hendrix and Muldrew received personal awards of $150 each to be used as they desired within their classrooms, and HAPS and HHS received $250 awards each for general classroom support from the Rotary Club.

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