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Amy Hutto

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Current Position:

This is my first year with UD 470 as C4 Elementary and Lincoln PALS as principal.  

Previous Position:

I have been in education for 23 years.  

I began teaching for REACH Preschool Developmental Center in the Fall of 1992 right after graduating from Emporia State University.  I worked as a Family Services Coordinator for that organization for 7 years, providing home based services for infants and toddlers who were diagnosed with delays in their development.   

I signed on with Cowley County Special Services Cooperative in the the Fall of 1999.  I worked at Lowell Elementary as an Interrelated Classroom Teacher (K-5) for 5 1/2 years.  In January of 2004 I had the opportunity to begin a Early Childhood Special Education classroom within the Winfield School District.  I taught ECSE from that point until last Spring.  

The first 1.5 years of my ECSE experinece was spent at Imaging PALS which was located downtown Winfield. From there, I moved to Webster Early Learning Center.  When Webster re-organized a few years in, I became the teacher of the three-year classes.  In 2008, I began pursuing my degree in School Leadership and after graduating with my Master's degree began as the Site Administrator and three-year teacher at Webster.  I continued in that position for six years until resigning to become the principal at C4 and Lincoln PALS.  

Educational History:

1987 Graduate of B & B High School

1992 Graduate of Emporia State University

2010 Graduate of Baker University 

Degrees and Certifications:

B. S. in Elementary Education, Emporia State University

Endorsement in Special Education, Emporia State University

Endorsement in Early Childhood Special Education, Emporia State University

M. S. in School Leadership, Baker University

Current Position:

This is my first year with UD 470 as C4 Elementary and Lincoln PALS as principal.  

Previous Position:

I have been in education for 23 years.  

I began teaching for REACH Preschool Developmental Center in the Fall of 1992 right after graduating from Emporia State University.  I worked as a Family Services Coordinator for that organization for 7 years, providing home based services for infants and toddlers who were diagnosed with delays in their development.   

I signed on with Cowley County Special Services Cooperative in the the Fall of 1999.  I worked at Lowell Elementary as an Interrelated Classroom Teacher (K-5) for 5 1/2 years.  In January of 2004 I had the opportunity to begin a Early Childhood Special Education classroom within the Winfield School District.  I taught ECSE from that point until last Spring.  

The first 1.5 years of my ECSE experinece was spent at Imaging PALS which was located downtown Winfield. From there, I moved to Webster Early Learning Center.  When Webster re-organized a few years in, I became the teacher of the three-year classes.  In 2008, I began pursuing my degree in School Leadership and after graduating with my Master's degree began as the Site Administrator and three-year teacher at Webster.  I continued in that position for six years until resigning to become the principal at C4 and Lincoln PALS.  

Family Information:

I have been happily married to Mark Hutto for 17 years.  Mark is the owner of Hutto Printing Inc. located in downtown Winfield.  His print shop was a family business that was started when he was two.  He bought the business from his father and continues to provide a variety of printing options for the Winfield area.  

Together we have three daughters.  Alyssa is 22 and attends Washburn University where she is majoring in communications.  Brianne is 16 and is a Junior at Winfield High School.  Randi is 15 and is a Sophomore at Winfield High School.  

We share our home with three Cavalier King Charles Spaniels (Holly, Zoey & Laci), a bunny (Ollie), and 16 ducks who live on the pond behind our home. 

Personal Information:

When I am not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family, attending their sporting events, going to movies, camping, and traveling.