My Family  
    Fonda Huff                                                
    281-245-2078 ext. 2077
    Girls Athletic Coordinator
    Physical Education Teacher
    Coach-Volleyball, Basketball, Track
    Conference 4th Period
    Tarleton State University
    About Me
    My name is Fonda Huff, and I look forward to working with you and your child!I was born in Texas and earned my Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Physical Education in 1993 from Tarleton State University.I earned my Master’s degree in Education Leadership in 1999, and my Education Specialist degree in School Counseling in 2009. I began my teaching career in White Settlement ISD teaching mathematics, physical education, and coaching.After six years, I moved to Florida and taught in Pinellas County Schools for twelve years teaching and coaching high school for nine years.I was the Mathematics Instructional Staff Developer for the district for the last three years that I was in Florida.Eight years ago I moved back to Texas and taught at Hillsboro ISD for four years before moving to Pearland.  I taught at Nolan Ryan Jr. High for four years before getting the chance to become Girls Athletic Coordinator at Rodeo Palms Jr. High. I am very excited to start my 27 year of teaching physical education and coaching full time because that is my true passion. This year I will coach volleyball, basketball, and track.  I have two grown children, a son and a daughter.My son is Aubrey Huff who played professional baseball for the Tampa Bay Rays, Houston Astros, Baltimore Orioles, Detroit Tigers, and retired from baseball with his last team the, San Francisco Giants, after winning two World Series in 2010 and 2012. My son now lives in San Diego and has two little boys.My daughter is Angela Huff, and she has a daughter who is a sophomore at Shadow Creek High School.I am excited that my daughter will also be teaching in Alvin ISD at Shadow Creek High School.As you can tell, I am proud of my family.When I teach my students, I always think, “How would I like my own children or grandchild be taught?” If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by email or phone. Go Razorbacks!