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SEEKING: A challenging position as a School Administrator requiring an Instructional leader, communicator with a demonstrated talent for educational innovation methods and academic achievement. 

QUALIFICATIONS: Assistant Principal, R.N. Harris Elementary School 2011-Current Assistant Principal,McGee's Crossroads Middle School, Johnston County, NC 2010-11 Administrative Intern, Pearsontown Year round Elementary, Durham, NC 2009-10 Licensed North Carolina School Administrator North Carolina Principal Fellow, Class 15, 2008-2010 Licensed North Carolina Technology Facilitator

Work experience

Aug 2010Present

Assistant Principal

Johnston County Schools

McGee's Crossroads Middle School

Assist the Principal in the development and planning of the school’s instructional program.

Provides direction to staff in implementing the goals and objectives of the school. I actively participate in the evaluation of instructional practices and coordinate professional development for teachers and staff. Communicate effectively with students, teachers, parents and community members to establish and maintain good working relationships.

I manage,analyze and interpret educational data systems, (NCWISE, EVASS) to help drive instruction. I proactively interact with students and staff to efficiently deal with potential discipline and other conflict issues. I am accountable for school resources and management of other auxiliary services.

Jul 2009Jun 2010

Administrative Intern

Durham Public Schools-Pearsontown YR Elem

Assist the administrative team in managing the teaching and learning of 900+ students and 100 staff members. Help monitor curriculum implementation and provide feedback on instruction to teachers via on going walk throughs and observations. Provided timely feedback on classroom instruction and other teacher responsibilities. Manage student transportation and textbook accountability. Help facilitate student assistant team meetings. On-going communications with student, parents, staff and community members. Implemented academic remediation program for 3rd-5th grade students. Helped analyzed student data and make recommendations for instruction.

Aug 2001Jun 2008

Technology Facilitator

Durham Public Schools-R.N. Harris Core Knowledge

Provides leadership, training and support to the staff on technology integration, North Carolina Computer/ Technology Skills Curriculum, the North Carolina Technology Competencies for Educators, and administrative applications. Assists with identifying, acquiring, and maintaining hardware, software, and network products. Assists in the implementation of the system and building-level technology plans. Collaborates with teachers and other instructional staff to develop curriculum materials and specific lesson plans that integrate technology Models the integration of technology in all curriculum areas.  Facilitates school participation in technology programs and activities. Conducts staff development in the areas of technology integration, the North Carolina Computer/Technology Skills Curriculum, and the North Carolina Technology Competencies for Educators



North Carolina Principal Fellows Program

The NC Principal Fellows Program helps the best and most qualified students to complete a two-year full-time Master of School Administration (MSA) program.  As a competitive, merit-based scholarship loan program that is funded by the North Carolina General Assembly, the program assists selected individuals to prepare for a career in school administration (i.e., assistant principal or principal). From it's beginning in 1994, to date, over 1000 Principal Fellows have participated in the program.

Principal Fellows enroll in the Master of School Administration (MSA) program offered at eleven campuses of the University of North Carolina.  The second year students participate in a required yearlong, full-time internship at various school districts throughout the state.  The program has received widespread support from school districts through their granting of leaves of absences to employees who have been selected to receive the scholarship loan, providing sites for interns, and employing graduates of the program.  The benefits of the program include the financial support provided to the Fellows while earning the MSA, the opportunity for school districts to work with Principal Fellow interns for a year, and the development of a pool of well-trained, highly qualified administrative candidates available to all North Carolina school systems.


School Leadership:
Leadership: Assisting the Principal with planning and implementing the goals/objectives of the school. Evaluating the instructional practices of teachers and learning outcomes of students. Provide timely feedback and coaching to improve teaching and learning. Management and accountability of school resources and other fiscal duties Responsible for the 8th grade and EC instructional programs and practices. Technology: Knowledgeable of educational technology integration systems, and strategies to improve student achievement. 21st century skills integrated with relevant, rigorous and applied curriculum. Data collection, analysis and interpretation to assist with planning instruction. Develop and maintain Professional Learning Networks. Communication: Professional Development coordinator for McGee's Crossroads Middle School. School Information Liaison for McGee's Crossroads Middle School. Presenter of professional development that focuses on improving learning outcomes. Lead community and parent information sessions the focus on student achievement. Facilitate teacher Professional Learning Communities. Management of school's web presence, parent email list and phone trees