Mrs. Keysha King, Principal
I am excited and honored to work with the Hunt Elementary School family as the Principal. I am increasingly grateful to be surrounded by such a motivated, intelligent, caring, and supportive school family and community.
I’m entering my 21st year in the field of education. I received my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Special Education and my Specialist degree in Educational Leadership all from Georgia College & State University.
My husband, Joey, and I are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters, Kenadie and Kendyl and a fur baby named Kyla. As a family, we LOVE sports….especially the Georgia Bulldogs. GO DAWGS!! In my spare time I enjoy traveling, reading, shopping, and spending time with my family!
As your Principal, I’m committed to the needs of every individual who walks through our doors-staff, parents, students, and community members. Through a close, collegial partnership with everyone associated with HES, I am confident that we can continually make our school a better place to learn and grow by creating a safe, nurturing environment where students are challenged to become leaders and lifelong learners. Hunt Elementary: “One School, One Heart”
Mrs. Heather Carr, Assistant Principal/Instructional Facilitator
Hello! My name is Mrs. Heather Carr, and I am thrilled to be the Assistant Principal and Instructional Facilitator at Hunt Elementary School.
After graduating from Mercer University, I taught in Laurens County for 15 years. During this time I earned a Masters and Educational Specialist Degrees. In 2018, we relocated to Warner Robins and I began teaching at THE Hunt Elementary School.
I am the mother of 3 children - who are now all adults. My hobbies include woodworking, reading, gardening and as much travel as possible!
Mr. Daniel Peavy, Assistant Principal
Georgia Southern University, B.S.Ed.
Valdosta State University M.ED.
Office Contact Number: 478-825-5296
I have been in education for twelve years. My career started as a Health and Physical Education teacher at Bloomfield Middle School in Bibb County. While there, I served as the athletic director and head coach for football, baseball, and wrestling. In 2014, the school merged with Ballard-Hudson middle school, where I would continue in my same roles. I left Ballard-Hudson in 2017 to become a special education teacher inside the general curriculum at Howard High School. In 2019, I was named the department chair and lead teacher for SPED at Howard. Additionally, during this time, I obtained my master’s degree in curriculum and instruction and my tier 1 leadership add-on through Valdosta State University. The 2021-2022 year was my first year in Administration where I served as Dean of Students at Ballard Hudson Middle school.
I am married to Laura, and we have two children (JD-5 and Ava 3). We live in Fort Valley, and both of our families reside in Peach County.
I am a graduate of THE Peach County High School, Class of 2005. I am excited to return to Trojan Nation as an Assistant Principal at THE Hunt Elementary School. I look forward to learning, growing alongside each of you as we work together in continuous school improvement and providing a learning culture conducive to high academic achievement for our students.
GO TROJANS and GO DAWGS!