Nicole Hansen, Principal
Nikki Hansen is the principal at Talahi Community School. This will be her 13th year serving the Talahi community. Prior to this position, she was a sixth grade teacher, academic Achievement and student support specialist and assistant principal.
She graduated from St. Cloud State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with an emphasis in social studies. Hansen then attended Saint Mary's University where she earned Master's in Teaching and Learning and K-12 Educational Leadership.
Hansen is proud to be a part of Talahi's school community, one that has a strong passion for teaching and learning and is committed to keeping the students at the center of all decisions. She is proud that Talahi's rich culture allows learning beyond school subjects and helps children develop holistically. She continues to look forward to developing relationships with the students, families, staff and the community to aid in her focus on student success. She is honored to be a Talahi Timberwolf and to serve this exceptional community.
Camille Murphy, Assistant Principal
Camille Murphy is honored to join Talahi Community School as the assistant principal. Murphy graduated from St. Cloud State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with an emphasis in science. She then attended Concordia University, St. Paul where she earned a Master's in Differentiated Instruction and K-12 Educational Leadership.
This is her 12th year serving the St. Cloud Area School District in a variety of roles including elementary classroom teacher, academic coach and administrative intern. Murphy lives in the St. Cloud area with her family. Both she and her husband attended District 742 in grades K-12. Their three children also attended District 742 schools. She describes her family as 742 Proud!
Murphy is passionate about helping students realize and develop their individual strengths, believing all students can and will succeed. She is also dedicated to supporting the growth and development of teachers. Building strong relationships is her priority and she looks forward to meeting and working alongside members of the Talahi Community.