Adult and Pediatric First Aid /CPR/AED, 2015
Anaphylaxis and Epinephrine Auto-Injector, 2015
Bloodborne Pathogens, 2015
Child Abuse Identification and Reporting, 2015
Dignity for all Students Act (DASA), 2016
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Under guidance of Diocese of Gallup curriculum standards, instructed students in grades 4th - 8th in all academic and leadership disciplines. Planned a well-ordered classroom in areas of lesson plans, learning materials; facilitated a safe environment to create an atmosphere of productivity for students of diverse learning abilities.
Analyzed reading and math test scores, compiled data, created graphs and spreadsheets to show areas of growth. Instructed students to the effective use of Computers to include Word, Power Point and Excel spreadsheets. Maintained student portfolios and records.
In absence of School Principal maintained school order and organization. Assisted co-workers in trouble shooting areas of teamwork, technology, idea sharing, and spirituality. As an integral part of the school's team assisted in organizing school science fairs, fundraisers, family meetings, school plays, religious functions, school board meetings and daily routines.
Assisted with receptionist duties, file organization, research and development. Assisted cafeteria in making meals, maintenance and inventory control.
As a seasonal stocker duties included restocking shelves daily with seasonal merchandise. Assisted in all store areas as needed while maintaining the store's visual appearance through attention to deal. Assisted customers daily with excellent customer service and explained new store programs.
Influenced Military Family readiness during mobilization, deployment and reintegration to support soldier-family cohesion. Main role was to ensure that all family members in call section, had a safe, open environment to use when feeling stressed or concerned for their soldier or loved one.
Organized and scheduled activities that encouraged community involvement. Reviewed and maintained volunteer records; prepared newsletters for weekly/monthly correspondence with family members. Coordinated, trained and maintained records for Volunteers.
As an FRG Leader, opportunities for family members to mutually support and assist one another were provided. As a company, oriented and educated families to stay involved with the company and unit in order to prevent isolation during deployment. Trained key callers to track volunteer hours, and maintain contact records. Ensured that all family members had a safe and open environment in which to share thoughts and ideas.
Maintained contact with Unit Commanders, Family Readiness Group Advisors and Community Agencies.
Assisted students and staff in locating and using materials in the library media center by answering questions, gathering materials, using equipment, software and operating a/v and production equipment. Daily routines included typing, filing, compiling statistics and assisting with financial records. Maintained the data entry for automated circulation in the catalog systems.