Tori Hupf

4th grade  ·  teacher

Room
820

Phone
436-1170

Email
thupf@lps.org

Tori Hupf

4th grade  ·  teacher

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 4th Grade Schedule:

 

8:15-8:20         Announcements

8:20-9:25         Math

9:25-10:00       Unit Studies

10:00-10:50     Specials

10:50-11:50     Writing

11:50-12:30     Recess/Lunch

12:35-2:00       Reading

2:00-2:15         Second Recess

2:15-2:53         Interventions

2:53                 Dismissal

 

 

My name is Tori Hupf and I am your child's teacher this year. I have been teaching in LPS for 27 years. I have been employed at Roper Elementary since it opened. I have a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction degree from UN-L. I consider myself a lifelong learner. I love teaching at Roper. I believe we have a great student body and talented teachers.

My husband and I have two children. Our daughter is a UN-L graduate student  in Speech Pathology. Our son is a sophomore at UN-L, majoring in Marketing. As a family we enjoy traveling, water and snow skiing, bicycling, reading, and watching movies. We have spent time in Mexico and Jamaica learning about other countries and cultures. 

I know that students benefit when parents and teachers work together. I look forward to collaborating with you to make this a rewarding year for your child. I have big plans for this school year, and I am excited to help your child grow academically and socially.

We are off to a good start of building a community of learners in room 820. I know this will be an exciting year of growth for all us. Please contact me at thupf@lps.org or 402-436-1170 if you ever have any concerns, comments, or questions. Let the learning commence and GOOOO ROCKETS!

 

Sincerely,

Mrs. Hupf

Professional Experience

 

  • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
  • Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
  • Previously taught at Lakeview Elementary