Department of Defense Education Activity

Ms. Tiffiney Weddle - Humphreys MS Principal

Tiffiney Weddle began her career in education in the fall of 1996 at a small rural school in central Mississippi. After serving in Mississippi public schools for three years, Ms. Weddle applied to the Department of Defense Dependents Schools in June, 1999, was accepted, and began her first assignment in Okinawa in the fall of 1999.

Ms. Weddle earned a Bachelor’s of Liberal Studies in May, 1996 from Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. She was awarded a Masters of Education in Gifted Education in August, 2003 from William Carey College in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Ms. Weddle began her post-graduate studies at the University of Southern Mississippi on the Ph.D. track in 2010.

Ms. Weddle’s professional experience includes teaching in all grades from kindergarten through eighth grade, as a classroom teacher, gifted education teacher, and educational technologist. Ms. Weddle served as the Okinawa District ISS for Educational Technology for two years. She served thirteen schools in the Okinawa district in this capacity. In 2010, Ms. Weddle began in administration as an assistant principal at Naples Elementary School and held this position for three years.

In 2013, Ms. Weddle became the principal at Sembach Elementary School and served in this capacity for four years. Ms. Weddle’s most recent assignment was with Seoul American Elementary School as the Principal until the school’s closing in 2019. Her interests in education focus on differentiated instruction, technology, brain and learning, and school culture and climate.

Ms. Weddle views a collaborative school environment as the key to creating successful students. She believes partnerships with parents and community members are essential to enriching the experience at any school. Ms. Weddle is enthusiastic to help our military-connected students on their educational journey to ensure they leave with the skills necessary to succeed in high school as well as the curiosity, kindness, creativity and growth mindset for success in our global community.

Ms. Tiffiney Weddle

Humphreys MS Principal

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Phone: 011-82-503-357-2166/2167/2168
Phone: 315-757-2166/2167/2168
Unit 15008
USAG Humphreys
APO , AP 96271-5008
South Korea

Ms. Teresa Hahn - Humphreys MS Assistant Principal

Ms. Hahn holds a Master of Education Degree  in Curriculum and Instruction from National Louis niversity and a Master of Education Degree in Teacher Education from Oklahoma  University.  Additionally,  she holds  a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History and  Medieval Studies from Rutgers University.

Prior to this assignment, she was the Assistant Principal at Daegu Middle High School since 2014. She also taught AP Art History and Language Arts at Vilseck High School from August 2009 – September 2014; Language Arts, Social Studies and AVID at Osan American Middle/High School from 2006 – 2009; and Social Studies at Ramstein Middle School from 2002-2006. Ms. Hahn joined DoDDs in 2002.

Ms. Hahn is at home in the military community. Her father retired from the Navy after a 30-year career and her husband retired from the Air Force after 20 years of service. Ms. Hahn has two children.

Ms. Teresa Hahn

Humphreys MS Assistant Principal


Unit 15797 BLDG. 7097
USAG Humphreys
APO , AP 96271-5008
South Korea

Ms. Alicia Stephens - Humphreys MS Assistant Principal

Ms. Alicia Stephens has been in the field of education for 18 years. During this time, she has served as an educator in the elementary, middle, and high school environment. She joined DoDEA Europe in 2006. During her tenure with DODEA, she has taught in Japan, Korea, Turkey, Fort Campbell, and Laurel Bay. She is certified in several areas including special education, social studies, math, language arts, and AVID. She is also a Special Education Assessor. Her leadership roles have included Teacher Leader, Mentor, AVID Coordinator, Case Study Committee Chair, and Continuous Improvement Chair. Through the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce, she also served with allied forces in Afghanistan as a staff developer and ESOL teacher where she received the War on Terror and the NATO International Security Force Assistance medals.

Ms. Stephens holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology/Psychology from Francis Marion University, a Master Degree of Education from Cambridge College in Boston, Massachusetts and is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in education leadership.

Ms. Stephens believes student success is achieved through strong home-school partnerships that nurture the whole student while simultaneously providing a rigorous curriculum and social emotional support to encourage students to be life-long learners who persevere through problem solving.

As a graduate of Daegu American School, Ms. Stephens is proud to become an Assistant Principal in the same district in which she graduated high school. Her global experience brings a wealth of knowledge to Humphreys Middle School.

Ms. Alicia Stephens

Humphreys MS Assistant Principal

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Phone: 011-82-503-357-2166/2167/2168
Phone: 315-757-2166/2167/2168
Unit 15797 BLDG. 7097
USAG Humphreys
APO , AP 96271-5008
South, Korea