Hadley Middle School

THE HADLEY STAFF, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PARENTS, CHALLENGE AND INSPIRE STUDENTS TO WORK AT THE PEAK OF THEIR ABILITIES, WHILE SUPPORTING THEIR DIVERSE ACADEMIC, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL NEEDS. OUR RIGOROUS, TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED CURRICULUM, FOSTERED BY A SCHOOL-WIDE ATMOSPHERE OF CARING AND MUTUAL RESPECT, CREATES FUTURE-READY STUDENTS WHO ARE COMPASSIONATE, LIFELONG LEARNERS AND GLOBAL CITIZENS.

Message from the Principal


Welcome to Hadley Middle School! We work diligently to create and maintain a family-like atmosphere where we celebrate diversity, achievement, and acts of kindness. In order to maintain a student-centered learning environment, our staff views each student as an individual and we work in partnership with parents to meet their diverse needs. Our dynamic teachers are always seeking out new ways to motivate, inspire, and engage our students to achieve at the peak of their abilities. We continue to enhance our core curriculum as well as our elective courses. Currently Hadley students have a multitude of opportunities both during and after school. During the school day students can elect to participate in an array of electives including but not limited to STEAM, Chorus, Band, Spanish, Art, Debate, Creative Writing and much more. After school we offer several sports, Video Club, Scholastic Bowl, Drama, Speech Squad, technology clubs, and 21st Century Library -- just to name a few. As you can see, we work hard to create Future-Ready scholars who are compassionate, lifelong learners, global citizens and future leaders. Communication between home and school is very important to us. If at any time you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me or any of our staff.

Kristen SchroederPrincipal, Hadley Middle School
kschroeder@homerschools.org

Meet the Principal

Kristen Schroeder enjoys working with children and having an impact on their lives. She describes teaching as a “magical experience.” Kristen grew up in Chicago and decided at an early age that she wanted to do something big with her life. “I wanted to change the world,” she said. “I hoped to make a difference and have a positive impact on children and their futures.” Education afforded her an opportunity to do just that. After graduating from Keller Regional Gifted Center and Morgan Park High School in Chicago, she attended DePaul University where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Physics in 1996. She obtained her highly respected National Board Master Teacher Certification in 2003. She went on to obtain her Master’s degree in 2007. She holds several teaching endorsements and has experience teaching pre-k through 8th grade. Mrs. Schroeder’s primary teaching position was at her alma mater -- Keller Regional Gifted Center in Chicago -- where she taught science, math, and reading while holding the titles of Magnet School Cluster Lead Teacher and Chicago Math And Science Initiative Specialist. While at Keller she was named on one of the the first Chicago DRIVE (Delivering Results through Innovative and Visionary Education) teachers. She earned experience as Gifted Coordinator in Tinley Park. She joined the Homer 33C family in 2008, serving as the Assistant Principal at Homer Junior High. In 2012, she was named Principal at Hadley Middle School. Mrs. Schroeder and her husband, Eric, live in Manhattan. They have five children: Nicholas, Taylor, Vinny, Hannah and Alyssa.

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Erin Shannon, Assistant Principal
eshannon@homerschools.org

Meet the Assistant Principal

Erin Shannon has worked in nearly every Homer 33C school since her arrival here in 1999. She served as Special Education Coordinator for nearly 16 years before being named Assistant Principal at Hadley Middle School in 2015. Much of Ms. Shannon’s career has been spent working with children with special needs. Prior to coming to Homer 33C, she worked as a social worker in Community Consolidated School District 180 in unincorporated Hinsdale. Before that, she worked as a clinical social worker, providing services to children with disabilities in non-profit agencies. She grew up in Chicago and attended St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Ind. where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. She went on to receive her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin and her Administrative Certification from Loyola University Chicago. Ms. Shannon lives in LaGrange Park. She has three adult children.









Jason Skube, Dean of Students
jskube@homerschools.org

Meet the Dean

Jason Skube entered the field of education following the completion of his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education at Millikin University, Decatur, IL. After two years of successful teaching in Danville, IL, Mr. Skube was appointed to a full-time graduate assistant position at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, serving both the Music Education department as well as the Spartan Athletic Bands. In the midst of graduating with a Master’s in Music Education, Mr. Skube arrived in Homer Glen where he served as the co-director of bands for 15 years. Throughout his tenure as an instrumental music educator, Mr. Skube thoroughly enjoyed providing his students with a skill set to be an instrumentalist, and igniting a passion, in many, that fueled them into a continued study of and/or profession in music. In addition, Mr. Skube also enacted the Natural Helpers program at Homer Junior High and annually co-led a weekend training for nominated students and staff rooted in taking better care of one another, oneself, and recognizing that we all live life with challenges whether seen or unseen. It was the successes via the Natural Helpers program that inspired Mr. Skube to complete a second graduate degree in school administration where he could ultimately serve all students and colleagues within a school. Mr. Skube is thrilled to provide that service at Hadley Middle School, working alongside a tremendous team of educators and staff members who are dedicated to creating a successful and inspiring platform for personal growth.

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HADLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL

15731 Bell Road
Homer Glen, IL 60491

Hours: 7:48 A.M. - 2:10 P.M.
Phone: 708-226-7725
Fax: 708-226-7733

MARY MUENCHOW

Hadley Middle School Nurse
Phone: 708-226-7792
mmuenchow@homerschools.org

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Phone: 708-226-8176

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