About our Interventionist
Degrees and Certifications:
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Elementary Education PK-6 from George Mason University. Mr. Hunt leads the school's student intervention program and IAT, supports our EL students through LPAC, and coordinates our GT program.
Mr. Michael Hunt
Michael Hunt’s work in education is centered around a strong belief that all children deserve access to dreaming, designing, and critical thinking through high-quality instruction, academic conversations, and collaborative relationships. Michael is originally from northern Virginia, where he grew up and later received his M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Elementary Education PK-6 from George Mason University. Over the last ten years, he has taught 3rd and 4th-grade GT self-contained, 5th-grade Math/Social Studies, and most recently, 5th-grade Reading/Social Studies. Outside the classroom, Michael has been an Instructional Specialist focusing on mathematics and literacy curriculum and presented at various district, state, and national-level conferences on literacy and mathematics curriculum. Last year, he was a finalist for the H-E-B Excellence in Education Award!
When Michael is not working with students, staff, and administrators at Horn, he leads the annual Horn 5th-Grade summer trip. Furthermore, alongside Mrs. Anderson, he advises the 5th-Grade National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS). Through NEHS, students develop their scholarship, responsibility, service, and leadership through several community service projects.
Michael leads our student intervention program and IAT, supports our EL students through LPAC, and coordinates our GT program.