Ms. Daly Hull (4th Gr. Teacher)



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Ms. Daly Hull (4th Gr. Teacher)

Hello and welcome!

My name is Daly Hull and this is my second year teaching at Prospect Elementary.

About Me:

I've lived in Idaho most of my life, attending and graduating from the Boise School District. I come from a long line of University of Idaho Vandals, so it's no surprise that I attended the university myself. I hold a B.S. in Elementary Education and an endorsement in Literacy. Earlier this year, I began pursuing my Master’s of Education Policy and Leadership through the School of Education at American University (Go Eagles!). In my free time, I love to spend time with my family, friends, and my puppy, Evy. 

Teaching Experience: 

After graduating, I moved across the country to the Mississippi Delta. I taught third, fourth, and fifth grades in a rural Delta school for two years as a Teach for America corps member. While there, I also worked with the Sunflower County Freedom Project throughout the summer months teaching seventh, eighth, and ninth grade mathematics. The South was such a warm and welcoming place, but there really is no place like home. In 2018, I made the journey back home and began teaching here, at Prospect! This will be my fourth year teaching fourth grade and I am thrilled.

Teaching Philosophy:

Fourth grade is a year of tremendous growth. It’s a time to foster independence and hone our skills to work collaboratively. In our classroom, I hope to foster leadership skills and positive character traits in students. I truly believe that children can change our world for the better. While I hope that each and every student grows academically, I consider it such an accomplishment to watch students take control of their own learning and help others take action for their education as well. 


Contacting Information:


Phone: 208-350-4000 ext. 1123

The best way to reach me during the day is through email. I check my email at the end of the day and try to respond immediately during the school week. If you do not receive a reply within 24 hours, please reach out again. If you have an emergency or need to leave a message for your student, please call the front office and they can relay the message during instructional times.