Tina Ailey

Mrs. Ailey graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in January of 2008.  She worked as an RtI aide until 2014 when she began teaching third grade at Honeywell.  She lives in rural Milford with her husband, Tim, and their three children, William, Molly and Andrew. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, camping with family and friends and watching the Blackhawks.

Mrs. Laura Anderson

Mrs. Annderson received her Elementary Education degree from Eastern Illinois University in December of 2010. She did her student teaching at St. Michael's NS in Sneem, Ireland and worked as a substitute teacher throughout Vermilion County. She began teaching Fourth Grade at Honeywell in 2012.
Besides teaching, Mrs. Anderson enjoys running, attending tractor/truck pulls, county fairs, watching Illinois basketball, and spending time with family and friends. She also loves to travel and explore new places. Her favorite place so far is Ireland....the food, the people, the culture, and the scenic views are all majestic.

Mrs. Mary Lou Brackmann

Mrs. Brackmann earned her Elementary Education degree from Eastern Illinois University in 2005 and her Master’s degree as a Reading Specialist from Olivet Nazarene University. She began teaching in Hoopeston in 2007. Mrs. Brackmann lives in Hoopeston with her husband, Rick, their dog-son Gideon, and their cat, Gracie. The Brackmann’s have three wonderful, grown, human-children, one fantastic son-in-law, and the newest member of the family, baby granddaughter, Gabriella (Gabby). Mrs. Brackmann used to have many hobbies, but now spends the majority of her free time with Gabby.

Jordan Hollingsworth

Ms. Hollingsworth received her degree in Elementary Education from Eastern Illinois University in December of 2009. In 2014, she earned her Master's degree as a Reading Specialist through Olivet Nazarene University. Her first year teaching was a one year position in 2nd grade at Maple School. She then taught kindergarten for four years at Bismarck-Henning Elementary School. She is now excited to be back in Hoopeston as part of the 4th grade team!

Ms. Hollingsworth recently relocated back to Hoopeston with her son, Dallas, who is also excited to be at Honeywell. Besides teaching, she will be helping coach the high school volleyball team. Go Cornjerkers!