high school assistant principal resume example with 15 years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Motivated Assistant Principal with 15 years of experience in the education sector. Personable and communicative with exceptional relationship building skills. Well-versed in developing and implementing educational programs to drive learning objectives and foster high-quality learning environments. Hardworking and resourceful with a demonstrated track record of success. Passionate in driving faculty and staff towards student achievement goals.

  • Self-directed enthusiastic educator with a passionate commitment to student development and the learning experience.
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills with the ability to convey information in an accessible and compelling manner.
  • Strong leadership qualities with problem solving abilities.
  • Active team member with the ability to collaborate with fellow professionals and establish
High School Assistant Principal, 05/2018 - Current
Falcon School District 49 Peyton, CO,
  • Assist in the role of instructional leader to support the school’s academic programming and initiatives.
  • Formally and informally evaluate teachers to determine areas of instructional need.
  • Monitor data cycles and analyze data to determine ways to improve instruction/increase student achievement.
  • Create opportunities for ongoing learning and staff development that are informed by data.
  • Develop/Implement weekly collaborative planning sessions for all content areas.
  • Develop/Carry out staff sessions during City Schools designated professional development days.
  • Assist in the hiring and orientation of new staff members.
  • Assume responsibility for implementing discipline policies.
  • Listen to and communicate with all school stakeholders.
  • Member of the Instructional Leadership team.
  • PSAT/SAT Coordinator.
  • Advanced Placement Coordinator.
  • Equity Team Coordinator– Equal Opportunity Schools.
  • Manage Grants through Title I, Title II and Title IV plans.
  • Manage all School Activity funds accounts.
  • Manage school-wide training and district grade syncs.
  • Manage and track school wide ordering of texts and school supplies through K12buy.
Educator/CTE Department Lead, 07/2015 - 05/2018
Green Street Academy City, STATE,
  • Founded the Urban Agriculture CTE program.
  • Incorporated environmental sustainability into daily curriculum to support schools mission and vision.
  • Supervision of the aquaculture and aquaponics facility and indoor greenhouse.
  • Managed all inventory, hardware, software, and teaching materials for the CTE programs school wide.
  • Indirectly supervised CTE teachers and monitored instruction in CTE classrooms through informal classroom observations.
  • Contributed to the CTE professional learning community by leading professional development.
  • Developed and provided information regarding CTE programs to stakeholders.
  • Assisted with the master schedule to reflect the career track compliance for the schools CTE programs.
  • Responsible for development and accreditation of Nursing CTE program.
Math Educator, 07/2011 - 05/2015
Green Street Academy City, STATE,
  • Engagement of students in learning by implementing a hands-on, inquiry based instructional experience where students are supported in their exploration to learn.
  • Designed and delivered authentic, rigorous lessons in accordance with school and state standards.
  • Assessed student progress and understanding of mathematical concepts.
  • Collaborated with the math department team for curriculum planning and student assessment.
  • Assessed and managed diverse student needs, providing individualized student interventions as needed to ensure success for all students.
  • Communicated effectively with parents, other teachers, administration, and support personnel regarding student academic and attendance concerns.
  • Led professional development sessions on data analysis for staff in house on district PD days.
  • Member of the Instructional Leadership team.
Math/Science Educator, 12/2005 - 05/2011
Empowerment Academy City, STATE,
  • Provided a stimulating learning environment in which students can develop to their fullest potential.
  • Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and maximize individual learning within a group environment.
  • Utilized computer resources, educational software and the Internet, to promote interactive learning.
  • Evaluated and communicated student progress with other professionals to discuss student needs.
  • Prepared and implemented remedial programs for students requiring extra help.
  • Member of the Instructional Leadership team.
Education and Training
Administrator I Certification: , Expected in 2019
McDaniel College - ,
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Education Certification: , Expected in 2007
Johns Hopkins School Of Education - Baltimore, MD,
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Master of Science: Criminal Justice, Juvenile Studies, Expected in 2004
University Of Baltimore - ,
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Bachelor of Science: Sociology, Expected in 2002
University Of Maryland Baltimore - ,
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  • Certified through Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education in Food and Natural Resources, Animal Plant Biotechnology and Research and Development Capstone

  • PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS National Conferences.
  • SDE Train the Trainer: Differentiated Instruction- Theory into Practice (Arizona).
  • National Council of Teacher of Mathematics (Attended DC and California Conference) Regional Conferences.
  • SDE Taming the Differentiated Classroom.
  • 2010 Maryland Charter School Conference (Awarded - Maryland Charter School Teacher of the Year) Aquaculture in Action Workshop – Maryland Sea Grant.
  • Building and maintaining a recirculating system.
  • Monitoring and correcting water quality problems in aquaculture.
  • Designing systems that incorporate aquaponics.
  • Learning techniques for handling fish and using anesthesia.
  • Calculating the size of a biological filter.
  • Determining biological loading capacity of a recirculating system.
  • Learning the role of bacterial biofilms in biological filtration.
  • Measuring fish growth using appropriate methods MSDE Science 2.0: Using Web Tools to Promote Inquiry-Based Science.
  • Inquiry Using Online Tools.
  • Becoming Familiar with Online Collaborative Project.
  • Using Online Mapping Tools for Science Learning.
  • Using Blogs and Wikis in Your Science Class Equal Opportunity Schools – Baltimore City Schools (Site Coordinator).
  • Establish an Equity team within school.
  • Develop sustainable practices to ensure equity in AP courses in future years.
  • Data Analysis – identify trends from students and staff in Equity Pathway reports.
  • Outreach and Advocacy – plan small and large outreach events.
  • Provide professional development to school staff to become Equity Literate Educators.
December 2019 - Administration I Certification December 2019 - Administration II Certification

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School Attended

  • McDaniel College
  • Johns Hopkins School Of Education
  • University Of Baltimore
  • University Of Maryland Baltimore

Job Titles Held:

  • High School Assistant Principal
  • Educator/CTE Department Lead
  • Math Educator
  • Math/Science Educator


  • Administrator I Certification
  • Education Certification
  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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