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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary
Devoted educator with expansive career history in both rural and urban area K-12 schools. Exhibits keen awareness and familiarity with social justice issues within school communities. Eager to provide enriching opportunities for impoverished students which promote higher education matriculation and realization of goals and individual potential while ensuring academic success.
Skills
  • Program evaluation
  • Data-driven instruction
  • Organizational leadership
  • Standardized testing and scoring
  • Technologies integration
  • Strategic planning
  • Performance standards and analysis
Education and Training
Delta State University , Expected in Doctor of Education : Educational Leadership - GPA : Educational Leadership
Jackson State University , Expected in Master of Science : Education, Administration, and Supervision - GPA : Education, Administration, and Supervision
Belhaven College , Expected in Master of Art : Teacher Education (English) - GPA : Teacher Education (English)
Alcorn State University , Expected in Bachelor of Art : Mass Communication (English) - GPA : Mass Communication (English)
Experience
Puc National - Leader in Me Coach/Consultant
Sylmar, CA, 08/2017 - Current
  • Train administrative staff, teacher, and others on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Leadership, Culture, and 4 Disciplines of Execution
  • Coach school districts and school staff on implementing methods to assist with student social/emotional growth and academic growth
  • Review data and assist schools with setting academic growth goals
  • Train teachers to facilitate discussion around leadership notebooks and student growth goals
State Of Massachusetts - Assistant Principal
Baldwinville, MA, 08/2016 - 06/2017
  • Coordinate with the principal to direct and plan schedules for academic and auxiliary activities.
  • Monitor instructional staff, counselors, and students to improve performance.
  • Serve as principal in the absence of the regular principal.
  • Provide training on Data Analysis, College and Career Readiness, Formative/Summative Assessments and MTSS.
  • Work with department heads and faculty to assess and comply with curriculum requirements.
  • Conduct audits of fixed assets, maintain records, and ensure all items are receipted.
  • Assist in safety inspections and practice safety drills Organize committees of volunteers, specialists, and staff to provide advisory or technical assistance to students.
  • Develop partnerships with community organizations to meet the educational needs of staff and students.
Americorps - Director of Federal Programs
Green River, UT, 07/2015 - 06/2016
  • Provide guidance for spending Title I, Title II, Title III and 21st Century Funds
  • Monitor each school to ensure they are following federal guidelines for Title funds Ensure that English Language Learners receive equitable services to improve academic performance
  • Ensure state assessment guidelines for LAS Links Assessment are adhered to Provide assistance for Homeless students, ELL students, and Migrant students Develop, coordinate, and facilitate various training programs and seminars for staff.
  • Monitor, measure, and report on the quality and effectiveness of all training programs and instructional programs for ELL students.
  • Maintain professional knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; and participating in professional societies.
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  • Utilize needs assessments and other analysis tools to identify critical learning and development opportunities.
  • Identify expected outcomes and effectively measures and communicates the performance and results of learning programs funded by federal programs.
Puc National - Interim Assistant Superintendent
Burbank, CA, 01/2015 - 06/2015
  • Facilitate data analysis of assessment data with school staff.
  • Coordinate service models for ELL and talented and gifted students.
  • Supervise instructional staff with a focus on meeting district goals.
  • Provide professional development to staff in order to build capacity, consistency and sustainability of instructional programs to meet the needs of students.
  • Provide effective staff development with input from teachers and staff.
  • Provide opportunities for continuing education units through Mississippi College Promote effective communication and collaboration among professional personnel to promote strong instructional leadership across the district.
  • Develop, coordinate, and facilitate various innovative training programs and seminars for staff.
  • Monitor, measure, and report on the quality and effectiveness of all training programs.
  • Maintain professional knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; and participating in professional societies.
  • Utilize needs assessments and other analysis tools to identify critical learning and development opportunities.
  • Identify expected outcomes and effectively measures and communicates the performance and results of learning programs.
  • Design and oversee orientation and mentoring programs.
  • Encourage teacher to utilize innovative research based teaching practices Coordinate textbook selections based instructional needs of the district.
North Country Academy - Curriculum Coordinator
Silver Spring, MD, 09/2014 - 01/2015
  • Communicate the approved curriculum to the instructional staff and maintain a list of district approved instructional material.
  • Provide opportunities for continuing education units through Mississippi College Observe instructional staff and formulate instructional strategies for the enhancement of the teaching and learning environment for students and staff.
  • Promote the instructional leadership through professional development.
  • Facilitate and encourage the study and evaluation of new instructional materials, methods, and programs, and assist in budget preparation for newly approved instructional programs.
  • Facilitate individual and team development via classroom facilitation and team building activities.
  • Provide one-on-one consultation with staff and the principal to identify opportunities and actions to support ongoing professional development.
  • Create and revise training activities and materials.
  • Design and implement learning reinforcement plans.
  • Conduct research on trends and best practices in professional development.
  • Develop, coordinate, and facilitate various training programs and seminars for staff.
  • Monitor, measure, and report on the quality and effectiveness of all training programs.
  • Maintain professional knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; and participating in professional societies.
  • Utilize needs assessments and other analysis tools to identify critical learning and development opportunities.
  • Develop instructional pacing guides for English Language Arts Grades K-12 Provide training on data analysis, College and Career Readiness, Formative/Summative Assessments, and RTI.
Rutgers University - Assistant Principal
New Brunswick, NJ, 07/2011 - 09/2014
  • Coordinate with the principal to direct and plan schedules for academic and auxiliary activities.
  • Monitor instructional staff, counselors, and students to improve performance.
  • Serve as principal in the absence of the regular principal.
  • Coordinate with the counselor to prepare students schedules.
  • Provide training on data analysis, Common Core, Formative/Summative Assessments, and RtI.
  • Work with department heads and faculty to assess and comply with curriculum requirements.
  • Work with department heads to prepare budgets.
  • Complete requisitions for supplies, textbooks, and equipment; conduct audits of fixed assets, maintain records, ensure all items are receipted.
  • Assist in safety inspections and practice safety drills Review, recommend, and approve modifications to new or existing instructional programs and submit proposals to the school board with the principal.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to revise policies, review educational activities and address student learning or discipline problems.
  • Supervise students' attendance and conduct follow ups with the attendance officer.
  • Organize committees of volunteers, specialists, and staff to provide advisory or technical assistance to students.
  • Develop partnerships with community organizations to meet the educational needs of staff and students.
  • Conduct data and Professional Learning Community sessions.
Puc National - Principal
Los Angeles, CA, 07/2010 - 07/2011
  • Involve stakeholders in the mission, vision, beliefs, and goals of the school and district.
  • Provide instructional leadership for students and staff toward the specific goal of continuous improvement.
  • Respond to stakeholder concerns regarding school operations, academic accreditation, and performance goals.
  • Engage stakeholders in participating in school reform in order to provide a stimulating, safe, and motivating learning environment.
  • Train staff to disaggregate data using the Quality Distribution Index and Annual Yearly Progress for the purpose of continuous improvement Provide fiscal oversight for the school budget to ensure funds are aligned with school and district goals and objectives for improvement.
Aos Staffing - Executive Director
Godfrey, IL, 07/2009 - 06/2010
  • Align and coordinate budget expenditures with district goals.
  • Communicate the approved curriculum to the instructional staff and maintain a list of district approved instructional material.
  • Provide opportunities for continuing education units through Mississippi College Observe instructional staff and formulate instructional strategies for the enhancement of the teaching and learning environment for students and staff.
  • Promote the instructional leadership growth of Literacy Coaches through professional development.
  • Facilitate the study and evaluation of new instructional materials, methods, and programs, and assist in budget preparation for newly approved instructional programs.
  • Design, develop, implement, promote and administer curriculum.
  • Facilitate individual and team development via classroom facilitation and team building activities.
  • Provide one-on-one consultation with staff and the principal to identify opportunities and actions to support ongoing professional development.
  • Design and oversee orientation and mentoring programs.
  • Create and revise training activities and materials.
  • Design and implement learning reinforcement plans.
  • Conduct research on trends and best practices in professional development.
  • Develop, coordinate, and facilitate various training programs and seminars for staff.
  • Monitor, measure, and report on the quality and effectiveness of all training programs.
  • Provide remedial support and assessment tools to assist staff in mastering job skills by working with department heads, lead teachers and principals.
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
  • Utilize needs assessments and other analysis tools to identify critical learning and development opportunities.
  • Identify expected outcomes and effectively measures and communicates the performance and results of learning programs.
  • Develop instructional pacing guides.
Meridian Public School District - Assistant Principal
City, STATE, 07/2008 - 06/2009
  • Coordinate with the principal to direct and plan academic and auxiliary activities.
  • Monitor instructional staff, counselors, and students to improve performance.
  • Review, recommend, and approve modifications to new or existing programs and submit proposals to the school board with the principal.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to revise policies, review educational activities and address student learning or behavioral problems.
  • Provide guidance to students regarding academic, personal, behavioral, or vocational growth.
  • Organize committees of volunteers, specialists, and staff to provide advisory or technical assistance to students.
  • Develop partnerships with community organizations to meet the educational needs of staff and students.
  • Implement Small Learning Communities Concept.
Jackson Public School District - Literacy/Instructional Specialist
City, STATE, 07/2004 - 06/2008
  • Coordinate and conduct Literacy Walk-Throughs to engage teachers, administrators, and other stakeholders in identifying examples of effective classroom practices.
  • Plan the instructional focus of Curriculum and Instruction Assistant Principals and provide support visits to all school leaders.
  • Design professional development for Curriculum and Instruction Assistant Principals, principals, teachers, and other instructional staff to enhance research-based instructional literacy practices.
  • Provide systematic feedback on data analysis to administrators and other stakeholders regarding the progress of schools toward meeting district, state, and national goals.
  • Develop instructional pacing guides.
Canton Public School District - Language Arts Teacher/Literacy Coach
City, STATE, 08/2000 - 07/2004
  • Plan and communicate research-based instruction to students organized according to the Mississippi Curriculum Framework and America's Choice Standards-Based Reading Program designed to accelerate the achievement of struggling students.
  • Implement the Academic Literacy Coaching Model of instruction for the English department.
Yazoo City Public School District - Reading Teacher
, , 11/1999 - 07/2000
  • Provide relevant learning experiences and a classroom environment conducive to learning to ensure students meet district established goals and objectives.
  • Provide literacy skills instruction organized around the five components of reading to students to improve reading levels of struggling students.
Madison County Public School District - English/Journalism Teacher
, , 07/1996 - 11/1999
  • Provide innovative, relevant, learning experiences for students interested in news print publishing in grades nine through twelve.
  • Facilitate student learning in the creation and publication of the school newspaper and literary magazine.
  • Provide relevant learning experiences in English to students for the purpose of academic achievement and improvement.
Skills
Concept, Data Analysis, fixed assets, instruction, mentoring, maintain records, staff development, training programs
Activities and Honors
Mississippi Association of Educators - Member PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS/TRAININGS
Additional Information
  • ACADEMIC CERTIFICATIONS State of Mississippi Educator License #155218 (Valid 07/01/2012 - 06/30/2022) AA 486 Administrator License

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Delta State University
  • Jackson State University
  • Belhaven College
  • Alcorn State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Leader in Me Coach/Consultant
  • Assistant Principal
  • Director of Federal Programs
  • Interim Assistant Superintendent
  • Curriculum Coordinator
  • Assistant Principal
  • Principal
  • Executive Director
  • Assistant Principal
  • Literacy/Instructional Specialist
  • Language Arts Teacher/Literacy Coach
  • Reading Teacher
  • English/Journalism Teacher

Degrees

  • Doctor of Education
  • Master of Science
  • Master of Art
  • Bachelor of Art

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