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Dan Hahn
Middle Grades Principal Administration

I have been working in education for the last 13 years. Previous to being a principal, I taught English for 10 years. I live with my wife Amanda as well as my two boys, Adrian and David. I love TV, music, and movies as well as frequenting as many restaurants as possible. I also love the writing of John Steinbeck, Toni Morrison, and Cormac McCarthy. I played soccer most of my life, including in college, and have been fortunate enough to make music semi-professionally for the last 10 years. I love the music of Bright Eyes, Steph Simon, Conor Oberst, Oilhouse, The National, OutKast, Run the Jewels, and pretty much any really bad Nu Metal from the early 2000s.

I work with our students because it is an honor. These kids are brave, unique, hilarious, and encouraging. I am a better person because I get to know them, and they help me see a bright future for the world. I believe that the best possible place, for those who wish to move the needles of social change forward, is in a public school. Public school embodies the best of civilization; knowledge, equity, discourse, and community. TSAS strives daily to empower our kids and adults to grow in these areas, and we have a good time doing it.

Email: dhahn@tsas.org

Phone: 918-207-8997

Room: 302

Educational Background:

  • Bachelor of Arts in English Education from Northeastern State University
  • Master of Education in Educational Administration, Curriculum, and Supervision from the University of Oklahoma
  • Doctorate of Education in Educational Administration and Policy Studies from the University of Oklahoma (in progress)


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Gabrielle Holston
Physical Education and Wellness Fine Arts

My name is Gabrielle Holston and I am a small town girl from the lovely state of Alabama. I am the aunt to a lovely little girl and the god mother to 2 wonderful children. My family is my world. I love sports, but basketball is my favorite. I played Division 1 basketball for 5 years. After traveling the world I developed a passion for fashion and photography. I look forward to working with TSAS students to create a healthier tomorrow.

I chose teaching as my profession for several different reasons. As a child growing up, I would always say the last thing I want to be when I grow up is a teacher, but plot twist, it turned out to be the first career job I ever looked into. I choose to teach everyday to break systemic issues that schools and education systems refuse to acknowledge. I show up for those “Aha” moments that students get once the lightbulb turns on. It took for me to see that me being a teacher is giving students the BEST version of myself everyday. I chose teaching as my profession so that I could be the teacher I always longed for as a child.

Email: gholston@tsas.org

Room: 121 (Gym)

Education Background:

  • Bachelor’s in Communications/PR from East Carolina University
  • Master’s in Public Administration from Florida A&M University


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Kate Hughes
Speech, Debate, Intro to Speech and Debate, Middle School Drama, Junior Class Co-Sponsor Fine Arts

I have taught at children’s theatres and schools in three different countries. I am married and I have one dog named Daisy. I love singing, reading, gardening, napping, tinkering with language, and cooking. Speech and debate is the only sport I care about! 😉

I teach to empower young people, and thereby affect change in the world.

Email: khughes@tsas.org

Room: 310

Education Background:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Oklahoma City University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music from Oklahoma City University