Lori Hundt became a teacher later in life after her role as a stay-at-home home mom for her two children. She began working at Bremen High School as a teacher’s assistant in a Special Education classroom. After falling in love with the special needs students, Lori atended Indiana University at South Bend to major in Special Education.
After graduation, she was hired as a teacher at Bremen High School – to instruct in the same classroom she had worked in as an assistant.
Lori has served on North Central Indiana Co-op’s Transition Study Council and is currently on the National Center and State Collaborative General Supervision Enhancement Grant (NCSC GSEG) Community of Practice, where they are working on an alternative assessment for students with significant needs. Lori’s part of the program is preparing professional development for teachers to assist with alternative assessments.
She also serves on the professional development committee for Bremen High School’s 1:1 Computer Initiative, which will be implemented during the 2012-13 school year.
During Lori’s time at Purdue Calumet, she was able to travel to the Dominican Republic with Dr. Sharon Duncan and two other educators from the cohort to train special educators and parents of children with special needs in Puerta Plata. Lori earned her master’s degree, as well as her intense intervention license, from Purdue Calumet.