Phone Ext: 1502
Deborah Hulting is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. She spent ten years in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, before returning to Maryland for college. She graduated with a B.A. in Elementary Education from Loyola University of Maryland in 1994. Her graduate work includes Special Education, Reading, and Science Education from Loyola, Towson, and University of Maryland. She taught fourth and second grade levels in the Baltimore County School District for eight years prior to staying home full time to start a family in 2002. Deborah returned to teaching as a Substitute Teacher and Young Rembrandts Art teacher for two years, then began teaching Kindergarten in 2016 at Monument Academy. She has been a parent and volunteer at MA since 2007, and has enjoyed seeing all the changes and growth in this wonderful school over the years. Her outside interests include watching her three children play lacrosse, hiking, biking, and sewing. Deborah has a heart for teaching and nurturing her students. She dedicates herself to getting to know students’ strengths and interests, in order to build a confident learner in each one of them.