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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

I am experienced in caregiving in general but held an Infant Room Supervisor job for 9 years, leaving only to focus on my own children. Providing a safe, warm, welcoming, loving and clean place for parents in our community to entrust their youngest children is something I am passionate about being a part of. I believe it to be one of the most difficult things as a parent, to face reentry into the workforce, missing hours each day with your infant during a time of significant development. This is why I strive to provide the optimal, most ideal environment and caregiving professional to any family willing to leave their most precious child in my care.

Accomplishments

Worked with colleagues to earn NAEYC Accreditation for the Cottage Preschool of Aspen, CO.

Skills
  • Computer Proficiency
  • Clear and Direct Communication
  • Play-Based Learning
  • Progress Tracking and Reporting
  • Lesson Planning
  • Needs Identification and Assessment
  • Imaginative Play Promotion
  • Communicating with Parents and Teachers
  • Filing and Classroom Organization
  • Age-Appropriate Curriculum
  • Ensuring Safety and Injury Prevention
  • Personal Hygiene Assistance
  • Caring and Empathetic Demeanor
  • Parent and Guardian Relations
  • Strong Work Ethic and Dependable
  • Cleaning and Sanitizing
  • Special Education Background
  • Child CPR and First Aid
  • State Certification and Accreditation
Work History
08/2009 to 06/2021 Lead Infant Room Teacher Needham Public Schools | Needham, MA,
  • Cultivated professional relationships with parents and families, establishing availability for parent conferences when necessary.
  • Planned and executed appropriate schedule and activities for children each day, creating fun, engaging and exciting learning environment by singing songs and reading to children.
  • Applied play-based strategies to provide diverse approaches to learning.
  • Promoted physical, academic and social development by implementing diverse classroom and outside activities.
  • Created and executed lesson plans, implemented school curriculum and assessed developmental needs of students to develop to fullest potential and achieve learning objectives.
  • Observed children to identify individuals in need of additional support and developed strategies to improve assistance.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits, such as eating, resting and toileting.
  • Promoted sensory development by providing access to different textures.
  • Communicated with parents through enrollment, tours, newsletters, conferences and direct personal communication.
  • Assessed babies and toddlers against established early childhood developmental milestones, preparing regular progress reports for each child.
  • Consulted with parents to build and maintain positive support networks and support continuing education strategies.
  • Monitored students' academic, social and emotional progress and recorded in individual files.
  • Sanitized toys and play equipment each day to maintain safety and cleanliness.
02/2009 to 06/2011 School Bus Driver Lakeville Area Public Schools | Lakeville, MN,
  • Adhered to scheduled routes and accomplished timely drop-offs and pick-ups to comply with preset route criteria.
  • Followed established routes with aid from maps and GPS-equipped devices to safely navigate high-traffic areas and adhere to preset schedules.
  • Maintained [State] driver's license to enable legal operation of school buses for student transport, field trips and other purposes.
  • Reported vehicle traffic violations, vehicle damage and accidents to management to comply with legal and insurance obligations.
  • Obeyed federal, [State] and local traffic laws and regulations to enable safe transportation outcomes for participants.
  • Transported passengers safely along prescribed routes according to tight schedules.
  • Assisted passengers with disabilities and other physical issues in boarding and exiting bus to promote passenger safety.
  • Monitored bus heating, lighting and ventilation systems.
  • Operated CB radio and bus PA system to make announcements and stay abreast of traffic conditions.
  • Drafted and submitted reports detailing trips, fuel, mileage and hours.
  • Created and enforced bus rules and kept expectations posted.
  • Drove bus along assigned route, picking up students.
09/2006 to 06/2009 Special Education Paraprofessional Aspen School District | City, STATE,
  • Administered meals/nutrients to students via G-tube delivery system.
  • Maintained hygienic, toileting, and personal care needs of students of various degrees of disability.
  • Supported teacher in development of individual learning strategies.
  • Collaborated with teacher to create customized classroom environment integral to students' needs.
  • Maintained positive attitude and affirmatively communicated with each student.
  • Delivered personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support to individual students to enable positive learning outcomes.
  • Documented student behaviors, interventions and outcomes to enable lead teacher to address pertinent issues.
  • Worked with students in home environments using tailored behavioral plan.
  • Interacted physically and verbally with students throughout each day.
  • Offered student support through special accommodations, extra assistance and assessments.
  • Prepared instructional materials for group and one-on-one use to comply with established curriculum.
  • Delivered individual services and instruction support to students and coworkers.
  • Built and maintained effective communication and relationships with students, teachers, support staff and parents.
  • Increased proficiencies by attending professional developmental workshops on learning goals, classroom management, student motivation and engaging learning activities.
  • Helped special education teachers determine specific needs for individuals with exceptional needs.
  • Communicated with students, teachers, staff and parents to main effective relationships for student and program growth.
  • Played essential role in delivering individualized services and supporting instruction.
  • Assisted teachers and worked individually with students with special needs, helping each navigate education system.
  • Spoke with parents about children's educational outcomes while observing behaviors and promoting sensitivity to each child's needs and condition.
  • Maintained inclusive learning environment to enable students to gain maximum benefit from lessons.
  • Documented behaviors, implemented interventions and treatment results.
  • Monitored classroom to observe students' progress in developing skills as well as manage distracting or inappropriate behavior.
  • Reported on student progress, behavior and social skills to parents.
  • Assisted classroom teacher in supervising snack time and indoor and outdoor play.
  • Assisted student through seizures and while monitoring and recording seizure activity.
  • Prepared meals and snacks and fed students.
  • Facilitated interactions with students through communication aids.
  • Developed lessons and activities to promote children's physical and emotional development.
  • Observed children to proactively identify issues with emotional or physical development and worked with parents and supervisors to address concerns.
  • Used positive reinforcement techniques to promote patience and other good behaviors in children.
  • Kept areas clean, organized and stocked, and sanitized surfaces and toys each [Timeframe].
  • Instructed children in crafts and other activities to promote gross and fine motor skills.
  • Consulted with families to discuss activities and behaviors of each child.
  • Created safe and engaging learning environment for groups of diverse children with various learning styles.
06/2005 to 08/2007 Autism Extreme Sports Camp Sallie Bernard | City, STATE,
  • Supervised, guided and assisted students during crafts, art projects, games and other activities to provide developmental stimulation.
  • Monitored camper behavior during activities, effectively handling discipline situations and encouraging positive behavior.
  • Followed federal, state and facility guidelines to maintain professional interactions with campers.
  • Advised camp management of camper-related issues and helped to formulate targeted resolution plans.
  • Cultivated cordial relationships with campers' parents or guardians.
  • Led groups of children safely through variety of camp activities.
  • Attended required meetings and training sessions on First Aid and Crisis Prevention Intervention.
  • Earned First Aid, CPR and [Type] certifications with emphasis on children's treatment protocols.
  • Supervised young campers in recreational activities such as youth sports, aquatics and arts and crafts.
Education
Expected in No Degree | Early Childhood Education Colorado Mountain College, Aspen, CO, GPA:
  • Completed professional development in Early Childhood Education Classes.
  • Relevant Coursework Completed: ECE 101 & ECE 110
  • Received Infant Program Supervisor qualification.
Expected in 05/2005 High School Diploma | Aspen High School, , GPA:

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School Attended

  • Colorado Mountain College
  • Aspen High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Lead Infant Room Teacher
  • School Bus Driver
  • Special Education Paraprofessional
  • Autism Extreme Sports Camp

Degrees

  • No Degree
  • High School Diploma

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