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Provided academic leadership for the faculty, students, parents, and larger community
Supervised instruction for all teachers grades 6-12 through classroom visitations, goal meetings, as well as formal and informal evaluations
Reviewed curriculum and evaluated curriculum in its scope and sequence using backward design
Designed online and print versions of the Curriculum Guide
Created the Master Schedule through Senior Systems. Responsible for the creation of all testing and special schedules.
Responsible for academic grade reporting and review through My Backpack
Directly supervised Department Chairs and the Learning Support Specialist
Worked in conjunction with the IT Department to move the School to a Google Apps platform and a Bring Your Own Device program. Provided instructional support to teachers through weekly workshops.
Coordinated High School Graduation, Academic Awards Assembly, AP Exams, Follett Book Orders, Act 90 materials, Back to School Night, Ninth Grade Parent Meeting, and conferences
Served as Acting Principal in the absence of the Principal
Collaboratively worked with administrators and teachers to design, implement, and review the PBC (Performance Based Compensation) for faculty
To pursue a leadership role in a public or private educational institution as an educator or as an administrator in curriculum instruction or design.
Member of the Board of Trustees at the Chester Springs Library
The purpose of education, in my opinion, is to teach the whole child while giving students meaningful experiences that connect subjects, ideas, as well as people. By teaching character education and values along with a 21st Century curriculum, students will be prepared for their future roles as citizens and employees. They will be able to work collaboratively, be problem solvers, and have an understanding and tolerance for people who are different than them. Students are entering a flat world, where they will be expected to interact with people their parents never imagined working with, which makes teaching the whole child a vital part of education today. My goal is to learn as much from my students and faculty as they learn from me.