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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Compassionate, creative and highly effective Educational Leader with valuable experience in classroom and educational administration, professional development as well as project planning. Equipped with an extensive background in versatile education environments. A Student-centric instructor, academic facilitator and motivational coach competent at performing independently or as member of teaching team. Well-versed in classroom and online technologies.

An Educational Leader with over 21 years of successful experience in Pre-K- College level pedagogy and andragogy, as well as school leadership. Recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to success in school leadership, academic teaching, administration development and training. Developed and facilitated Fine Arts Integration(Fine Arts Department Chair), Social Emotional Learning and effective Climate and Culture execution backed by training in Educational Leadership with foci on Diversity Equity and Inclusion, and Culturally Relevant teaching / Culturally Responsive teaching.

Extensive talents and experience in Educational Leadership and Policy, program development and implementation, budget management, and relationship building. Astute experience with in-person,hybrid, and virtual online curricula. Performance Driven individual with a heart for making indelible impressions in the lives of all stakeholders of children, students, families, and the community at large.

  • In-depth Proficiency in Social Justice, Social Emotional Learning, and Diversity Equity and Inclusion competencies and approaches,as well as Educational Leadership and Policy Implementation, Expertise in professional development for teachers and/or other education professionals Curriculum Development, Training and Implementation
  • Knowledge, development, and Implementation of Fine Arts Integration, and Curriculum and Development. Deep understanding and intelligent application of Strategic Planning and commitment to framework for school improvement
  • In-depth Leadership ability, both individually and with teams. Comfortability and Versatility in addressing and collaborating with building and district-level leadership
  • Sensitivity to students’ social, emotional and behavioral challenges. Innovation and flexibility in developing successful programs for student academic success .Ability to interact with students, families, staff and administration and effectively handle issues utilizing productive problem solving approach
  • Capable of working collegiality with staff and administration.
  • Expertise in prioritizing needs and requests of students, families, staff and administration within school setting and respond in professional and efficient manner.
  • Savvy in management of multiple projects and tasks at one time
  • Proficiency in public speaking for wide variety of audiences, PBIS Development Chair and Coordinator, Restorative Justice
  • Community Relations and Grant writing, instructional Coaching and Mentorship, Relationship Building
  • Data Driven Instruction, analysis, and Implementation New school start-up Chair Dual Language experience in English and American Sign Language
Work History
11/2021 to Current District Instructional Coach Marquette University | Milwaukee, WI,
  • Established positive, stimulating learning environment for students and exciting education-focused setting for teachers.
  • Performed classroom coaching sessions with all teachers in grades 3-5 to assess teacher strategies and effectiveness.
  • Collaborated with school based administration staff to develop functional classrooms physically,academically, socially, and emotionally.
  • Assisted in keeping school in full compliance with established policies, legal requirements and student safety standards.
  • Administered standardized tests to all students in grades K-5 to evaluate student performance and progress.
  • Trained teachers on effective teaching techniques, classroom management strategies and behavior modification.
  • Observed teachers, documented activities developed strategic plans, and implemented improvement plans to optimize classrooms.
  • Studied assessment information covering students, teachers and school operations to formulate implementation of improvement plans.
  • Created spreadsheets using multiple modalities for daily, weekly and monthly reporting.
  • Improved operations through consistent hard work and dedication.
08/2008 to Current Teacher/Educator/District Mentor Chester Upland School District | City, STATE,
  • Presented lessons in comprehensive manner and used visual/audio means to facilitate learning
  • Provided individualized instruction to each student by promoting interactive learning 100%
  • Collaborated with adults and children to provide safe and educational experience.
  • Chose materials and developed lesson plans to enhance skills for individual students.
  • Conducted peer-mediations between students to help resolve conflicts and reach agreements 85% of time.
  • Differentiated instruction 100% to meet needs of diverse learners.
  • Assumed leadership roles in classes and summer activities.
  • Managed classroom activities, parent conferences, and lesson plans.
  • Modified lessons and curriculum to accommodate diverse learners by using strategies such as peer-assisted learning, group work, virtual, hybrid, and online academic experiences.
  • CLI Model Classroom Kindergarten
  • Employed Responsive Classroom Environment and Positive Behavior Intervention and Support techniques 95% of time to encourage student learning and effective positive school-wide community.
11/2008 to Current (New)School Leadership Team Chair Chester Upland School District | City, STATE,
  • Write and develop school policies and procedures.
  • Articulate school's strategies in achieving and developing mission and goals of school and to set school-wide objectives, assessments, and policies accordingly in cooperation with members of team.
  • Participate productively as member of Academic Policy/Curriculum Committee in order to ensure 100% academic arts integration of school's curricula and to exchange information and ideas regarding total school program.
  • Serve as role model to encourage faculty self-evaluation, professional growth, scholarship, and effective training.
  • Convey information to members of school regarding plans, curriculum development and assessment, resources, facilities, and activities which affect academic members.
  • Hold regularly scheduled leadership meetings, to maintain records of such meetings, and to provide minutes of meetings to administrative heads and head of school.
  • Awareness of and coordinate teaching objectives, safety and security, social emotional, and fiscal materials, methods to be used, and means of assessment used by each teacher/faculty/staff within department, and to maintain records relating to standardized test scores and course grades in department courses.
  • Mentored and guided employees to foster proper completion of assigned duties.
08/2009 to Current PBIS Facilitator and Coordinator Chester Upland School District | City, STATE,
  • Responsible for overall management of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports framework. This includes providing training and technical assistance to school teams and collaborate with other PBIS Coaches in order to maintain and develop 95% proficiency within school-wide PBIS systems.
  • Maintain appropriate related documentation records and reports.
08/2014 to Current Fine Arts Teacher/Department Head Chester Upland School District | City, STATE,
  • Represent Fine Arts staff at School Board meetings and other meetings upon request.
  • Advises administration on issues related to student services, staff concerns, and other issues affecting success of Fine Arts program.
  • Oversees selection of textbooks and development/revision of Fine Arts curriculum.
  • Assists Fine Arts staff and Principals with effective implementation of curriculum in order to achieve state, district, and school goals in fine arts.
  • Ensures that all fine arts instructional programs are consistent throughout District and abides by state and local courses of study.
  • Conducts, at minimum, quarterly meetings with district staff of each discipline.
  • Oversees district-wide fine arts shows, programs, and performances. Assumes responsibility for public and community relations with respect to district-wide fine arts programs.
  • Prepares and coordinates school's fine arts activities calendar.
  • Coordinates in-service/workshop activities for fine arts staff. Prepares proposals and reports for Fine Arts program.
  • Assists, as needed, in determining budgetary needs and recommending purchases for school-wide and individual fine arts programs.
  • Oversees fundraising activities for district-wide and individual fine arts and school wide programs
  • Raised 500,000 + dollars for use of school development and community activities
  • Constructed,Implemented, and Developed dance program that gained high honors in multiple facets.
  • Developed, implemented, and organized music, art, and dance integrated arts curricula.
10/2015 to Current Title One Building Coordinator Prism Career Institute | City, STATE,
  • Maintain current knowledge of rules, regulations and best practices related to Title One programs in PK­-12 setting.
  • PTO development and implementation
  • Lead, organize and develop extended learning programs for students, including but not limited to before and after school, spring break, and summer school. 4.
  • Collect, disseminate, and analyze data and use information for continuous improvement of services. Provides professional learning for staff to support initiatives designed to reach targeted students.
  • As requested, assists Director of Federal Programs in interviewing and hiring personnel.
  • Assists in creation and submission of grants, reports and new proposals.
  • Adheres to federal, state and school district laws, guidelines, rules, policies and procedures and monitors for compliance to same.
  • Collaborate with Parent University Coordinator to support family literacy and family learning programs to engage students.
  • Collaborates with building administrators, ELL staff, Curriculum Specialists, Instructional Coaches, and Interventionists to meet student needs.
06/2014 to 07/2015 Adjunct Professor Delaware County Intermediate Unit | City, STATE,
  • Collaborated with Department Head to create dynamic, ongoing curriculum development and instruction improvement program.
  • Chaired Faculty Development Committee and led monthly faculty forums of ten or more
  • Constructed and developed 30% of appropriate courses and syllabi as needed by accrediting agency
  • Evaluated student comprehension using exams, quizzes and assignments and managed student performance using automated reporting system, leveraging data to identify student learning needs and create action plans to overcome learning deficiencies.
  • Built relationships with students, mentoring on personal, professional and academic goals while providing coaching on effective study habits.
  • Organized, prepared and revised 60% of course material and applied technological options for online and course-related software.
  • Graded quizzes, tests, homework and projects to provide students with timely academic progress information and feedback.
04/2001 to 08/2008 Instructor/ Literacy Coach- Building Administrator Company Name | City, State,
  • Penn State University Professor for Better Kid Care Program
  • Supervised five buildings, mentored 60 other instructors, provided classroom support and instruction
  • Evaluated classrooms, fostered and created community partnerships
  • Developed professional development strategies for protegees/teachers,
  • Constructed focus projects for program based on NAEYC, DCIU mission statement, and federal Head Start performance standards.
  • Presented at over six industry conferences to audiences of 100+ students and learners in field
  • Served on School Affiliation Board and revised Institute's policies and rules
  • Supervised team of 100+ staff members
  • Served on hiring and health and safety Advisory Board
Expected in 05/2019 Doctor of Education | Educational Leadership Curriculum And Instruction Cabrini University, Radnor, PA, GPA:
  • Member of Delta Epsilon Sigma
  • Dissertation: Culturally Responsive Teaching, the Arts, and student Engagement of African American Fifth and Sixth grade Male Students
Expected in 05/2013 Master of Education | Education Administration Cabrini University, Radnor, PA, GPA:
  • Majored in Educational Administration
  • Awarded Administrative Certification
  • Received 2nd Masters of Education December 2012
Expected in 2008 Master of Education | Early Childhood Education Widener University, Chester, PA GPA:
  • Received High Honors
Expected in 2005 AA/Certificate | Deaf Communication Delaware Technical And Community College, Wilmington, DE, GPA:
  • Awarded Honors
  • Majored in American Sign Language
Expected in 2003 Bachelor of Arts | Liberal Arts And Sciences/ Education Neumann University, Aston Mills, PA GPA:
  • Majored in Education
  • Coursework in Education, Early Childhood and Elementary
Expected in 2000 Associate of Arts | General Education Delaware County Community College, Media, PA GPA:
  • Majored in Early Childhood Education
  • Minored in General Education
  • Received National Deans List

Culturally Responsive Teaching, The Arts, and Student Engagement of the African American Fifth and Sixth Grade Male Students

  • Instructional II Elementary K-6 (2810)
  • Instructional II Early Childhood N-3 (2840)
  • Administrative I Principal PK-12 (1115)
  • Instructional II Communications 7-12 (3200)

Delaware County Intermediate Unit

  • Innovative Educator Award
  • Head Start Leadership Award
  • Instructional Mentor Coach Award

Chester Upland School District

  • CUSD Distinguished Educator Award: 2015,2016, 2021
  • CUSD "You are the Light" Award 2021
  • CUSD Teacher of the Year 2017, 2019
  • CUSD Exemplary Teacher Leader Award 2021
  • CUSD Valuable Contributions Award 2016
  • CUSD Teacher of the Year 2016
  • Dancing Classrooms Colors of the Rainbow First Place Ballroom Dancing Champions 2015-2019


  • SIG Combibloc: Chester Upland School of the Arts Kids Champion Award 2016, The Markia Benson Inspirational Leadership Award 2018, Commitment to shaping the Future of Chester Community Award 2016, 2017
  • 224th Military Police Company 2nd Platoon Medal of Honor 2016
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention; Preventing Teen Suicide 2017
  • Delta Epsilon SIgma NAtional Scholastic Honor 2017-19

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School Attended
  • Cabrini University
  • Cabrini University
  • Widener University
  • Delaware Technical And Community College
  • Neumann University
  • Delaware County Community College
Job Titles Held:
  • District Instructional Coach
  • Teacher/Educator/District Mentor
  • (New)School Leadership Team Chair
  • PBIS Facilitator and Coordinator
  • Fine Arts Teacher/Department Head
  • Title One Building Coordinator
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Instructor/ Literacy Coach- Building Administrator
  • Doctor of Education
  • Master of Education
  • Master of Education
  • AA/Certificate
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Arts

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