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Hoff nominated for Master Teacher of the Year

Posted Date: 11/17/2021

Hoff nominated for Master Teacher of the Year


Sarah Hoff has been a history teacher in Dodge City, KS for 18 years.  During her career, she has taught multiple social studies classes at Dodge City High School.  Currently, she teaches Honors World History, Honors American History, and American History for ELL students.  Ms. Hoff earned her Bachelors of Arts in History from Southwest Minnesota State University and a Masters in Liberal Studies in History from Fort Hays State University.  She is currently a James Madison Fellow and is earning another Masters in American History and Government from Ashland University in Ohio. 

            Hoff is an active member of Delta Kappa Gamma, an international society of female educators.  She has held multiple positions within the organization since her induction in 2013.    Hoff has also been an active member of DCNA/KNEA since 2003, serving as vice-president and a building representative.  She recently joined the Kansas Council for Social Studies to serve her department by creating relationships at the state level to keep her department informed about changes in curriculum and testing.   Hoff has been active in learning new material and pedagogy by attending The Bob Dole Institute, multiple colloquia with the Bill of Rights Institute, and state conferences for Kansas History educators.

            Hoff has been an active member of the First United Methodist Church since 2003.  She has served as a vocalist, choir member, and lay reader.  She is also a past member of the Choral Union and the parent advisory board for the Joy! Child Development Center.