3/4 Intervention specialist
Reason for Selection:
Mrs. Hackett’s compassion and caring shines as our 3-4 Intervention specialist. Her warm smile and caring attitude makes every child feel appreciated and understood.
Whether she is working with another teacher in a classroom or caring for a small group of students, Mrs. Hackett’s desire for all students to succeed is undeniable.
What do you love about working at Dalton Local Schools?
I love being back in the place I call home and teaching alongside some of the teachers that inspired me to go into the education field. I graduated from Dalton in 2011 and have so many great memories from my time in the schools. I married my high school sweetheart, Gavin, I still get together with my friends from high school, and I look forward to sending my two daughters to Dalton.
How did you get where you are today?
I started teaching in 2015 at the Stark County Board of Developmental Disabili-ties Southgate School for 3 years. In 2018, my husband and I relocated and I taught at Galion High School for 4 years. This past year, we finally moved home and I’m grateful for the opportunity to teach at my alma mater.
Please share an interesting little known fact about yourself.
I was a collegiate cheerleader for 3 years at The University of Akron. In 2013 I was selected to cheer at the Akron vs. University of Michigan game in the Big House where Akron almost beat Michigan. Go Zips!!
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