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Objective

Dynamic educator with demonstrated capabilities in administration looking to obtain the Dean of Students position at Enfield High School.

Skills
  • Strong written and verbal communicator
  • Positive and encouraging
  • Creative problem solver
  • Highly organized and efficient leader
  • Strong rapport with students, staff, and parents
  • Passionate about student learning
Work History
Physical Education/Health Teacher 08/2015 to Current
Cromwell High School Cromwell, CT
  • Interim PE Department Coordinator for K-12 
  • Rated 'Exemplary'  each school-year during year-end teacher evaluation
  • District TEAM new teacher mentorship committee member
  • PBIS Team Member
  • Team leader for CHS NEASC five-year accreditation process
  • School Security Team Member
  • School Climate Committee Team Member
  • C.P.R., A.E.D. and First Aid emergency response team
  • PPT Chair and Team Member 
  • Creates and designs new curriculum, content, and course work for physical education electives and  health education
  • Effectively designs and implements engaging physical education and health education lessons that challenge all learners at their individual levels
Physical Education Teacher 07/2009 to 07/2015
Edna C. Stevens Elementary School Cromwell, CT
  • SRBI meeting facilitator for all grade levels under the guidance of the Assistant Principal
  • Master Scheduler-created master schedule for humanities classes, Readers Workshop, and SRBI blocks for ECS
  • Coordinator for C.C.S.U. physical education intern program
  • PBIS Team Leader
  • Pursued professional development continually by attending educational conferences and teacher training workshops
  • Supervising teacher for C.C.S.U. student teacher candidates
  • TEAM Mentor for new teachers
Physical Education Teacher 01/2006 to 01/2009
Moylan Elementary School (K-8) Hartford, CT
  • School Leadership Team Member
  • Co-taught physical education lessons with the Special Education Teacher and the Math Specialist
  • Planned and implemented creative lessons in accordance with district, state and national standards.
  • Observed and evaluated students  performance, behavior, social development and physical health
Education
Sixth Year: Educational Leadership 2016 Southern Connecticut State University - New Haven, CT
  • Graduated Magna Cum Laude
Master of Science: Recreation Administration 2011 Southern Connecticut State University - New Haven, CT


  • Graduated Cum Laude
Bachelor of Science: Physical Education & Human Performance 2006 Central Connecticut State University - New Britain, CT


  • CTAHPERD State Conference Presenter
  • Member of Physical Education Health and Wellness Club
  • Deans List Spring 2006 
Certifications
  • 092 Intermediate Administrator and Supervisor
  • 044 Physical Education and 043 Health Education
  • TEAM Certified & Mentor Teacher for CCSU Students
  • P.M.T. Restraint Certified
  • C.I.A.C. Coaching Certification
  • CPR/A.E.D./First Aid Certified Instructor
  • Lifeguard Certified & Water Safety Instructor Certified
Curriculum Design
  • Cromwell Public Schools P.E. Department -Four Junior/Senior elective courses developed and implemented (Winter 2016-Current)
  • Health Education curriculum revision for Cromwell High School
  • Physical Education curriculum manual writer for the Justice Education Center
  • Recreational programming curriculum writer for Wallingford Parks and Recreation
Related Work Experience
  • Town of Wallingford Aquatics Director Seasonal 
  • Current Varsity Cross Country Coach at Cromwell High School
  • Current Cromwell Middle School Boys Basketball Team Coach
Volunteer Work
  • Co-Founder and President of the Ray LaMay Memorial Foundation
  • Cromwell Cross Country Booster Club Liaison
  • Cromwell Baseball Team off-season training director (2015-2017)
  • Student Running Club Coordinator--over 100 student, parent, and staff participants (2009-2015)
  •  Recreation & Reading Club Coordinator--students received over 20 hours of reading support followed by recreational activities in an after school setting (2009-2015)

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Professional Summary

Senior nursing student at Belmont University with strong leadership skills. Motivated furthering my real-world knowledge of the health care industry so I can pursue a career after I graduate.

Certifications
  • "Protecting Human Research Participants" - The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Extramural Research, certification number: 1688908
  • Adult CPR/AED, Pediatric CPR, First Aid - American Red Cross, ID: GV5I29 (EXP:Dec. 2019)
  • Question, Persuade, Refer. (QPR) Suicide Prevention Training
Work Experience
Patient Relations Intern
January 2018 to May 2018
Coliseum Medical Centers Macon, GA

Interning for CMC in the patient relations department, 5 days a week, for a little over 7.5 hours.

Some of the tasks include family communication, office work, consult collection, and being present on grand rounds in the ICU and CVICU

The experience emphasizes compassion, communication skills, patient cases, computer skills, basic medical terminology, and more.

Star Outdoor Lead Instructor
June 2017 to July 2017
Galileo Learning Palo Alto, CA

Taught kids innovation skills that they could use though out their life time Played outdoor games that taught them collaboration, reflection, courage, visionary skills, and determination

Taught them an innovators process of coming up with an idea, testing it, resolving what does not work, and trying again. It was truly an amazing experience

Physical Activities In Schools Program Assistant
September 2017 to December 2017
Live Healthy Baldwin Milledgeville, GA

Helped inspire and coach kids to be active during their recesstime at different schools

Kids learned how to be innovativeand accomplish goals as well making sure they get the appropriate amount ofexercise eachday

Taught kids that being active andtaking care of your body can be really fun and they had a great time

Nurse Shadow
May 2016 to June 2016
UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital San Francisco, CA

Shadowed a Clinical 3 RN/ pediatric critical care resource team-ccrn at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in SF

Checked vitals and ran labs getting some hands on experience in that work field

Cocktail Waitress
February 2013 to February 2015
Atlanta Athletic Club Johns Creek, GA

Worked as a member of the catering staff as well as seasonal outdoor support in an elite member driven atmosphere. Teamwork and communication while working were essential during this job.

Education
Bachelor of Science : Public Health, 2018 Georgia College Milledgeville, GA, United States
Student-Athlete ~ Women's Soccer Team Captain
Clubs and Programs:  Georgia College Women's Soccer Team, Kudzu - Northridge College Ministry, Kudzu leadership team, The Give Center, GC Miracle (Family Relations)
Honors and Awards: 2017 National President's Volunteer Service Award, nominated for 2017 Servant Leader of the Year, Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll (Bronze Scholar and Silver Scholar), Peach Belt Conference Women's Soccer Defender of the Week (X3), Peach Belt Conference All-Academic Team
Skills
Customer Service, Leadership, Time Management, Teamwork, Hospitality, Management, Teaching, Event Planning, Catering Microsoft Access, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint
Volunteer Experience

College: 50 hours to Kudzu/Northridge Christian Church, 3 months to Putnam County Recreation, 10 hours to other GC clubs/programs, Night to Shine Event, 30 hours to GC athletics, Bobcats Against Hunger, Georgia Cancer Support, Bodywalk Exhibit at Midway Elementary, Read Across America at Midway Elementary,UCSF Benioff Children Hospital in SF, Central Cafe, Pet Sitting, Red Cross Blood Drives

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Summary
Retired Texas Teacher of 28 years looking to become a Substitute Teacher.  Kind, compassionate, and dedicated to creating an atmosphere that is stimulating and encouraging to all students.
Qualifications
  • Texas Teaching Certificate 
  • Lifetime certification 1st-8th self contained
  • Lifetime certification PK-12 Physical Education
Accomplishments

Named Teacher of the Year while teaching 3rd grade self-contained at Crippen Elementary, New Caney ISD 2001

Named Teacher of the Year while teaching 6th grade boys Physical Education at New Caney 6th Grade Campus, New Caney ISD 2010

Experience
2nd/3rd Grade ELAR Teacher
August 2013 to May 2016
Vidor ISD Vidor, TX
K-5 Reading Specialist
August 2012 to May 2013
Goose Creek ISD Baytown, TX
Elementary Teacher
August 1997 to May 2012
New Caney ISD New Caney, TX
Elementary Teacher
August 1993 to May 1997
Vidor ISD Vidor, TX
K-3 Physical Education Teacher
August 1990 to May 1993
Beaumont ISD Beaumont, TX
3-5 Physical Education Teacher
August 1988 to May 1990
Jasper ISD Jasper, TX
Education
Bachelor of Science : Education, 1986 Northwestern State University Natchitoches, LA

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Summary

Special educator committed to quality instruction, family participation, and team collaboration.

Experience
Special Education & Title/LAP Teacher 08/2015 to 06/2019 Mount Baker School District Acme, WA
  • Split teaching role 2015-17: Title/LAP and Special Education teacher for K-2nd grade
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to place students into leveled groups
  • Matched student needs to appropriate reading and math curricula/lessons
  • Monitored progress with weekly and benchmark Dibels testing
  • Maintained a Title/LAP data tracking system for strategic and intensive readers, and used data to change instructional groupings
  • Participated in multi-disciplinary Kid Concern Team to match struggling students with interventions ( 2015-17)
  • 2017-19: Special Education teacher (Resource Room) for K-6th grade. I provided specialized small group instruction and in-class support time for a caseload of 23 to 31 students with IEPs
  • Included specially designed lessons that honored family values (e.g. Since Time Immemorial curriculum, legends by Native authors) since a majority of my intermediate students were Native American
  • Engaging direct instruction in phonological awareness, letter and sound recognition, decoding, fluency, and spelling (Curriculum: Corrective Reading, Edmark, and Early Interventions in Reading)
  • Incorporated manipulatives, technology, choral response, timed fact fluency, visual supports to increase student engagement during math
  • Created specially designed lessons and social stories (i.e. problem solving, self-control, peer interaction, requesting, positive self-talk)
  • Taught Skillstreaming, Zones of Regulation, and implemented a 'check-in, check-out' daily behavior routine for students on BIPs
  • Worked to generalize students' positive behavior into classrooms (weekly in-class support, constructive feedback, peer-modeling, consistent rewards/consequences)
  • Gathered input from classroom teachers, families when creating IEPs
  • Proactive approach to behavior (conducting FBAs, gathering progress data, and adjusting reinforcement to fit changing student needs)
  • Collaborated with teachers and paras to successfully reduce problem behavior and increase access to learning for approx. 10 students
  • Training in Right Response and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention
  • Experience deescalating students by teaching a calm-down routine while maintaining safety and student dignity
  • Initiated family communication about student progress, behavior, referral to counseling, connecting with Family Resource Coordinator
  • Maintained confidentiality and professionalism
Special Education Teacher - Developmental Kindergarten 09/2014 to 06/2015 Oak Harbor Elementary Oak Harbor, WA
  • Taught general education curriculum and specially designed instruction for 12 kindergarten students with IEPs
  • Created and implemented BIPs for 3 students
  • Created modifications and delivered academic and social/behavioral instruction to students with a range of different special needs including Autism, Developmental Delays, and EBD
  • Communicated consistently and professionally with families to keep them updated on student progress
Student Teacher In Developmental Preschool/ Practicum Intern In Extended Day 09/2013 to 06/2014 Greenwood Elementary School Seattle, WA
  • Created data collection system to measure student progress
  • Collaborated to create, implement, and measure effects of 1 successful behavior intervention plan
  • Delivered engaging group instruction with modifications to 12 students on IEPs
  • Adapted and implemented effective instructional programs for 2 students in Extended Day (ABA program for students with Autism) between September-March
ABA Home Therapist For 2 Clients 06/2013 to 08/2013 Supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Seattle, WA
  • Collected and shared data on client goals with BCBA and families
  • Implemented successful social/behavior, communication, and motor teaching programs
  • Collaborated with childcare and families to ensure ABA program relevance and promote generalization
Preschool Assistant Teacher 09/2012 to 06/2013 Experimental Education Unit (EEU) Seattle, WA
  • Created original modifications to support 8 students on IEPs to access curriculum
  • Supported skill acquisition and increased communication on individual alternative communication devices to promote social skill development (Vantage -1 student, PECs on iPad-1 student, PECS-3 students)
  • Assessed students using AEPS, Teaching Strategies Gold, and IEP goal activity matrices to monitor progress

Early Childhood Teacher 02/2007 to 08/2012 Northwest Center Northwest Center Child Development Program Seattle, WA
  • Promoted inclusion of preschoolers and toddlers with special needs
  • Coordinated with Special Educators, Related Service, Social Workers, and parents to facilitate positive child outcomes
  • Developed weekly lesson plans according to Creative Curriculum
Education
Masters Degree: Early Childhood Special Education 2014 University of Washington Seattle , WA

Courses include: Functional Behavior Assessment, and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Instruction for Students with Autism, and Early Childhood Curriculum.

Bachelor of Arts Seattle Pacific University Seattle , WA

Team Leadership
  • 2014: Collaborated with two other students in my university cohort to present at the Infant and Early Childhood Conference. Presentation titled, "Can I Play Too? Simple Strategies for Effectively Including Children with Special Needs in Early Childhood Settings"
  • 2016: Led a school-wide training on how to administer the Dibels Oral Reading Fluency test for progress monitoring in collaboration with one colleague
  • 2017: Led a staff meeting in collaboration with an SLP titled "IEP 101" to increase general education teachers' knowledge of special education teachers and related service providers roles and student needs within our school community
  • 2018-2019: Led weekly team meetings for 2-3 Paraeducators that included training on a variety of topics including implementing behavior plans, teaching reading curriculum, student deescalation strategies, using social stories, and collecting data on IEP goals
  • 2019: Led two district-wide PLC meetings for an interdisciplinary group of 12-14 certificated staff on supporting students with IEPs in our school communities. Topics discussed included providing accommodations and behavior management