To obtain a position working within the educational system dealing with at-risk students, their families and the community they live while offering knowledge of resources to accommodate their needs.
Paraprofessional and Title One Coordinator June 2014 to CurrentEdison Learning － Columbus, OH
Responsible for enrollment: Assisting with the application process and obtaining all required documents prior to enrolling Attending Outreach Events to acquire resources within our community for our students and their families Scheduling all New Student Orientations: Going over school policies and procedures form the handbook, informing new students their credits and expectations for graduating, Ecourses, placing them in the Achieve 3000 test, and answering all questions from them and their parents/guardians Building working relationships with organizations (The Huckleberry House, Emmy's House, COVA, New Directions Career, CHAMPS, the Juvenile Court System, Franklin County Children Services, Goodwill Responsible for daily attendance, notifying staff of "Red Flag" students who are at-risk and accumulating consecutive absences Generated the monthly ADM Reports from Infitnite Campus, created monthly Dashboards for the Program Director and School Board Maintaining a rapport with the students and their families by conducting home visits, providing assistance and resourses, and creating family surveys Obtaining guest speakers from organizations to discuss health, abuse, technology, learning a trade, college Requested transcripts, assisted school counselor with Graduation Timeline Program Sheets and keeping track of students progress to design and provide our school's Crisis Plan, fire drills, tornado drills, and lock down procedures Completed the Program Director, Relationship Manager, and the Data Owner Manager's requests for reports, documents, and assignments as needed
Monitor computer labs and assisting students when needed
Designed the Crisis Response Team and protocols
Conducted the fire, lockdown, and tornado drills
Advisor over students assigned and keeping track of work progress, attendance, and maintaining their graduation date
Monitored the Achieve 3000 testing to keep account of student academic success
Acquiring knowledge of CCIP for Title One
Instructor October 1999 to June 2011Security Monitor and CPI
Led training sessions to provide educators the skills to safely and effectively respond to anxious, hostile, or violent behavior while balancing the responsibilities of immediate situation and care.
Administered and graded CPI testing
Interacted with the National CPI headquarters
Lead member of Crisis Response Team and monitored building and grounds security
Mediated student disputes and escorted disruptive students
Assisted with Dean and Administrators with student discipline
Assisted with creation of Behavior Plans and specific needs of IEPs
Contributed to the positive personal and social development of students
August 1994 to September 1999Central Control
Monitored entire facility: housing units, gym, cafeteria, and classrooms
Monitored phones and cameras within facility; controlled main access to facility
Mediated confrontations with juveniles
Assisted with physical restraints during violent outbreaks
Transported juveniles in the county van to court ordered destinations such as hospital, Directions for Youth Services (DYS), Scioto River Valley Detention Center, etc.
Monitored and recorded location and movement of all staff, juveniles, visitors, and all persons in the facility
Recorded and documented incident reports which became part of court records
Associate of Applied Science : Law Enforcement Technology Law EnforcementColumbus State Community CollegeColumbus State Community College Associate of Applied Science Degree In Law Enforcement Technology Law Enforcement
Associate of Applied Science : Level Certification as a Crisis Prevention Intervention Instructor, LawSuccess AcademyAssociate of Applied Science Degree in Law Enforcement Technology Corrections Master Level Certification as a Crisis Prevention Intervention Instructor (CPI) Included: Applied Physical Training and Autism Spectrum Training (instructed over 300 hours of training) Formally trained in gang awareness, bully-proofing, suicide prevention, cultural diversity, and drug paraphernalia and Knowledge with Infinite Campus Continuously maintains Educational Aide Permit through the Ohio Department of Education ESEA qualified Established first year license in 1999 Became the official Title One Coordinator for Bridgescape: The Road to Success Academy in 2013. Attended a three day Title One Conference in March of 2014.