A highly qualified and experienced educator providing comprehensive oversight and direction to students, parents, and stakeholders. I am highly qualified to deliver consistent and collaborative decision making with the RTI/MTSS teacher, parents, and students rooted in best practices. I am committed to adherence of all rules and policies governing student affairs and conduct. I am data oriented and capable of disaggregating data from numerous assessments with training in PARCC, NWEA, and Explore as diagnostic and academic target identification as a means to meet the needs of all student profiles by studying and reporting student outcomes at the elementary and high school levels.
Plan and Drive instruction according to data
Strong interpersonal skills
Advocate for parental and community involvement
Use school data for student outcomes
Excellent leadership qualities
Developing teachers in balanced literacy
Nominated to participate in the New Leaders Aspiring Principal Program 2015 cohort
Decreased Rich Central High School suspension rate by 60% for the 2014-2015 school year
Designed and delivered a professional development multidisciplinary unit for the DuSable Museum in 2005 Superior Teaching Rating from 1998 to 2002
Students showed a year or more growth in reading and math for four consecutive years Assisted Sizemore Academy with receiving a three-year charter renewal 2012-2013 school year
Created school wide data binders and data walls throughout campus to monitor growth
Achieved a 20% improvement on student MAP and ISAT scores overall by working closely with teachers to develop learning strategies
Introduced "Parent's Outreach Committee" to foster a positive home-school partnership for students that were transitioning from elementary school to high school.
Type 03 Professional Educators License/Elementary Education
English Language Arts and Social Studies Endorsement (Pending)
Type 75 Professional Educators License/ General Administrative License
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
International Reading Council
Cambridge Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women in Teaching
National Education Association
As an administrator, I will:
•Focus on Data-Driven Results: Use raw and disaggregated data to support the culture and climate of the school
•Leadership: Coach, mentor, and challenge others to excel despite obstacles and challenging situations and build positive relationships in and out of the organization.
•Commitment to Equity: Increase my pedagogical knowledge of the academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of a diverse student population
•Innovative Problem-Solving: Approach work with a sense of possibility and see challenges as opportunities for creative problem solving, take initiative to explore issues and find potential innovative solutions involving the community and stakeholders.
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