Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Multi-talented individual committed to fostering positive learning atmosphere with forward thinking mentality. Gifted in relating with individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Detail-oriented planner with advanced verbal and written communication skills. To whom it may concern: My expertise lies with in education. From overseeing 25-32 students in a fast paced, progress oriented, highly diverse classroom to participating in multiple school committees. Although this is where my expertise has been in the past, I believe that I have many transferable skills to help me in my future endeavors at _______________. With this in mind, I invite you to please consider the enclosed resume as you look to fulfill the Director of Education position. The key strengths that I possess for success in this position include, but are not limited to, the following: •I demonstrate courage and optimism in the face of ambiguous challenges, for which there are no obvious answers – I am fleet-footed when work pivots, quickly making sense of the change so that I can point the team in the right direction. •I am curious and passionate about project management- the rhythms and dynamics that make it work, across a wide range of operations. •I bring a fusion of systems thinking and creativity in my ability to generate original ideas, solve complex problems and understand all the forces required to effect change. •I love collaborating in teams of diverse talents and skills—and I help each person show up as the best version of themselves.
  • Ability to multi-task and learn quickly
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively
  • Creative and Enthusiastic
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong relationship-building skills
  • Willingness to dive deeper into new industry
  • Needs and data analysis
  • Natural leader
  • Academic
  • Attention to detail
  • Budget
  • Conferences
  • Excellent customer service
  • Data analysis
  • Delivery
  • Government
  • Hiring
  • HR
  • Instruction
  • Leadership
  • Marketing plans
  • Meetings
  • Mentoring
  • Mentor
  • Natural
  • PLC
  • Policies
  • Progress
  • Relationship-building
  • Teaching
  • Teacher
Kindergarten Teacher, 07/2017 to 07/2020
Primrose SchoolHillsborough, NJ,
  • Observed and assessed student performance and charted progress for 28 students.
  • Arranged parent-teacher conferences to address student progress and collaboratively set goals for areas of improvement.
  • Identified characteristics, needs, abilities and problems of each child through personal interaction and progress reports.
  • Accomplishment: Supported 2-6 student teachers each semester by mentoring on classroom management, lesson planning and activity organization.
Fifth Grade Teacher, 07/2016 to 07/2017
Archdiocese Of Chicago, Office Of Catholic SchoolsChicago, IL,
  • Assessed student learning progress and comprehension with routine tests and standardized examinations for 31 students.
  • Built positive relationships with parents to involve families in educational process.
  • Boosted individual perseverance and resilience by setting challenging goals and providing realistic support.
  • Accomplishment: Mentored 12 students in a yearlong student body government, in which the students imagined, developed and created 3 school wide initiatives to make the school a better place to learn and work.
Dance Teacher, 08/2010 to 04/2017
Aspire Public SchoolsHuntington Park, CA,
  • Planned, prepared and delivered lesson plans introducing students to dance techniques in the styles of jazz, tap, ballet and lyrical dance for classes of 5-15 students.
  • Planned and choreographed routines for recitals and performances.
  • Developed and executed marketing plans to increase studio business.
  • Accomplishments: Created numerous fundraisers and designed and oversaw a mentorship program between younger dancers and an older dance mentor.
ADSIS Teacher, 07/2013 to 07/2016
Brooklyn Center Community Schools ISD 286City, STATE,
  • Provide instruction to assist students who need additional academic or behavioral support to succeed in the general education environment.
  • Reduced the number of inappropriate referrals to special education by providing supports early to struggling students.
  • Aligned the Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instruction Services (ADSIS) program within existing continuum of supports, collected data as specified in the application, and submitted evaluation information to the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) each year to determine program impact.
  • Accomplishment: Mentored newly hired teachers (1-2 a year) in curriculum implementation, school policies, and student assessment implementation along with answered general questions, and helped resolve issues with behavior management for students.
  • Building Leadership Team: Actively participated and collaborated with other teachers to continuously look at student data, examine instruction, develop an action plan for improvement, implement the plan, and assess its effectiveness to ensure that improvement efforts move forward.
  • Budget Committee: Actively participated and collaborated with other teachers to develop a concurrent resolution on the budget to serve as the framework for congressional action on spending, revenue, and job summaries.
  • Cultural and Linguistically Responsive Teaching Cohort Member: Facilitated staff professional development around the CLR framework and mentored staff in CLR strategies.
  • Hiring Committee: Involved in the hiring process which included screening and interviewing applicants with a team of teachers, administration and HR directors.
  • Professional Community Learning (PLC) Facilitator: Lead PLC meetings by developing meeting agendas, establishing a meeting schedule, facilitating meetings, preparing reports, and keeping records.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Elementary Education, Expected in
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, MN
Master of Education: Elementary Education, Expected in
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, MN
Activities and Honors

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