Jennett Johnson Hunter-Assistant Principal

"Every Day, Every Child"


Welcome to my homepage!

I will always be a teacher; however, I am now educating students from a different role--
Assistant Principal. 

My educational history and professional activities include: University of Louisiana at Monroe, Professional Certification, Elementary Principal,  Secondary Principal, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Supervision of Student Teaching, Northeast Louisiana University Teacher Education Program, +30 Special Education Mild-Moderate K-12, Northeast Louisiana University, M.A. History, Northeast Louisiana University, B.A. Social Studies.

Leadership Activities: Monroe City School District Professional Development Committee, Back to School Committee, Louisiana Department of Education Standard Revision Committee for Social Studies Scope and Sequence, Standards, Comprehensive Curriculum, Louisiana Teacher Assessment Program, Supervisor of Student Teacher Certification.

A partial list of awards and recognition: 
Monroe City School District High School Teacher of the Year, Neville High School Teacher of the Year, Who's Who Among America's Teachers, Neville High School Scholar's Banquet Teacher Award, Who's Who Among Executives and Professional Women, Congressional Youth Leadership Council Educational Leader and Mentor Honorary Member, National Honor Roll Outstanding American Teacher, Recognition for Dedication and Commitment in celebration of Diversity and Unity, National Campaign for Tolerance/ Wall of Tolerance, Neville High School Renaissance Distinguished Teacher of the Month, Recognition as a "Guiding Force" behind activities at Neville High School in support of Black History Month.

Principal Vidrine asked administrators to examine their attitude towards instructional leadership by answering the following question: Would you allow your child to attend your school site? My answer then and now: yes. I would place my child without hesitation at Minnie Ruffin Elementary School where I currently serve as Assistant Principal. I love being apart of the educational process, and I am actively involved because I care!
Contact Information: Parents are the primary advocates for their children. Parents are welcome to contact me. Feel free to contact me Monday- Friday from 7:30 to 3:30. If you would like to speak to me through a phone call, please call during school hours (318)322-3447 ext.4604. Telephone calls made after the allotted time will go to voicemail. You can reach me via email at Parents may schedule conferences through the guidance department.

Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to serve your child.
 it will not matter
what my bank account was,
the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove
but the world may be different because I was important  
in the life of a CHILD.

Minnie Ruffin Elementary School's Mission is to educate
each child to his/her ever increasing
maximum academic and social levels.

Minnie Ruffin Elementary Home of the Baby Wildcats!