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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Executive Profile
Currently in 6th year as Elementary Supervisor of Special Services in the area of Special Education for the Papillion La Vista Community Schools. Role includes working with and mentoring special education teachers at the elementary level in all buildings, supervising the related service providers and leading them in developing their department/individual goals, facilitating professional development for special education staff, evaluating special education staff on an ongoing basis, working collaboratively with administrators at the building, district and state level, working collaboratively with families of students with special education needs, and participating in state and local special education related meetings. Role also includes serving as the district coordinator for the Jump Start to Kindergarten program. Five years working as an Inclusion Facilitator for the Papillion-LaVista School District in the area of Special Education. Role included working with and mentoring first year teachers, facilitating the inclusion of students with significant needs, staff development, working collaboratively with administrators, being an active member of state organizations, collecting information for ILCD, and working with families. One year as a Literacy Facilitator for the Papillion-LaVista School District. Role included working as an embedded staff developer and serving on literacy based staff development teams. Five years of teaching experience as a special educator, including collaboration with parents, colleagues, students, administrators and the community Four years as a TeamMates Mentor to a high school aged mentee. Role included spending one hour formally each week with mentee at school and optional events and activities provided by the TeamMates Committee. Two years as Building Supervisor and Chair of the School Improvement Team at Parkview Heights Elementary in Papillion-LaVista School District. Four years as treasurer of the Parent-Teacher Organization for Rumsey Station Elementary, two years as public relations chairperson of the Papillion-LaVista Education Association, six years on the negotiations team for the PLEA, four years as Treasurer and Membership Officer for PLEA, and one year as Vice President of PLEA. Two years on the DIBELS team for emergent readers, four years on the ILCD steering committee and Special Education toolbox as a teacher, five years as an active member of the Autism Spectrum State Network including two of those years as the Chairperson of the committee One year as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer for children in foster homes.
Professional Experience
08/2011 to Current
Elementary Supervisor of Special Services Grand Canyon School District Grand Canyon, AZ,
  • Facilitate the inclusion of students with special education needs in a K-6 general education setting at the student's neighborhood school Mentor new teachers to the district by assisting them with paperwork, inclusion of students with disabilities, co-teaching with general education and assisting them in IEP and MDT meetings.
  • Evaluate special education related service providers, and plan and lead the group in staff development.
  • Served as the district liaison and committee chair/member on the Autism Spectrum State Network Plan and implement district wide staff development opportunities in special education.
  • Facilitate the required NDE self assessment process in special education, Improving Learning for Children with Disabilities (ILCD).
  • Write grants for special programs at the state and local level.
08/2006 to 07/2011
Inclusion Facilitator Papillion-LaVista School District City, STATE,
  • Facilitate the inclusion of students with significant needs in a K-6 general education setting at their neighborhood school.
  • Mentor new teachers to the district by assisting them with paperwork, inclusion of students with disabilities, co-teaching with general education and assisting them in IEP and MDT meetings.
  • Serve as the district liaison on the Autism Spectrum State Network Plan and implement district wide staff development opportunities, including Mentoring Ongoing Differentiation for Exceptional Learners (MODEL) Serve as an ILCD Facilitator for the district.
08/2005 to 07/2006
Literacy Facilitator Papillion-LaVista School District City, STATE,
  • Facilitated district wide literacy programs in K-6 classrooms with general education teachers following an embedded staff development model.
  • Served as the building representative on literacy based staff development committees.
08/2000 to 07/2005
Special Education Teacher Papillion-LaVista School District City, STATE,
  • Taught in a variety of general education K-6 classrooms in a co-taught setting using varied modalities of teaching based on individual students' needs.
  • Collaborated with general educators, principal, speech pathologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, augmentative specialist, parents and school psychologist to ensure the proper modifications, accommodations and least restrictive environment for a wide variety of students in both a public school setting and Level III placement.
Education
Expected in December 2014
: Educational Administration
University of Nebraska - Omaha, NE
GPA:
Educational Administration Dissertation: The Impact of a Kindergarten Intervention Program on Student Reading Achievement in Primary Grades 4.0/4.0
Expected in December 2004
Masters of Science: Educational Administration and Supervision
University of Nebraska - Omaha Omaha, NE
GPA:
Educational Administration and Supervision 4.0/4.0
Expected in May 2000
Bachelor of Science:
Wayne State College - Wayne, Nebraska
GPA:
Expected in
K-12 Special Education Mild/Moderate Handicap Endorsement: English as a Second Language K-12:
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GPA:
Graduated Magna cum Laude 3.89/4.0
Professional Affiliations
Member of a committee to develop a Stop, Think and Plan room for re-teaching skills related to appropriate positive behavior. *Co-chair of the School Improvement Team, Treasurer of Parent-Teacher Organization, Chairperson of Public Relations committee for Papillion-LaVista Education Association, Chairperson of the Reading committee for North Central Association for Accreditation and the school improvement process, Math Curriculum Toolbox member, Special Education ILCD steering committee member, DIBELS team member, Building Supervisor
Skills
Autism, CONFERENCES, English, grants, in K, Law, meetings, Mentor, Mentoring, Office, Network, occupational therapist, pathologist, PRESENTATIONS, Reading, speech, staff development, teaching, Vista

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School Attended

  • University of Nebraska
  • University of Nebraska
  • Wayne State College

Job Titles Held:

  • Elementary Supervisor of Special Services
  • Inclusion Facilitator
  • Literacy Facilitator
  • Special Education Teacher

Degrees

  • Masters of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • K-12 Special Education Mild/Moderate Handicap Endorsement: English as a Second Language K-12

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