(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary
Dedicated professional teacher with a strong commitment to the social and academic growth of each student. Strong proponent of multicultural education dedicated to the teaching of students of color.  Strong interpersonal and communication skills to foster relationships with students, staff and families.
University of Denver , Expected in Current Certificate : Educational Leadership and Policy Studies-Principal Licensure - GPA :
Passed the Praxis exam for principal licensure

Certificate will be completed in May 2017

Argosy University , Expected in 2014 Master of Arts : Clinical Mental Health - GPA :

University of Colorado at Boulder , Expected in 2004 Post BA : Elementary Education - GPA :

University of Colorado at Boulder , Expected in 2002 Bachelor of Arts : Psychology - GPA :

Work History
Village East Elementary - Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) Coach
City, STATE, 06/2015 - Current
  • Facilitates problem solving with teachers and students
  • Participates in monthly paraprofessional training meetings to implement safe recess procedurees
  • Mentors girls of color leadership group
  • Provides crisis intervention to students when difficult situations happen at school
  • Confers with teachers, parents and administrators to develop behavior plans
  • Assists with discipline procedures
  • Works directly with Mental Health Team and Administration

Village East Elementary - 1st Grade Teacher
City, STATE, 06/2005 - 05/2015
  • Instructed1st grade curriculum, develop and teach lessons to cater to academic and developmental needs of all students.
  • Co- taught and collaborated with ELA teacher, instructional coach and reading interventionists.
  • Instructed literacy, literacy groups, phonics, math, science, social studies and character education.
  • Assessed students using DIBELS, DRA2, and I-Ready, anecdotal notes and conferring.
  • Met with parents to resolve conflicting educational priorities and issues.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.

Maria Mitchell Elementary- Denver Public Schools - Read to Achieve Teacher
City, STATE, 2005 - 05/2005
  • Worked with 3rd grade students in small, targeted reading groups
Leadership Experiences
Member of Equity Team* School Leadership Committee *  School Differentiation Coach*  Student-Teacher Mentor* Co-Founded girls of color (and allies) group called Engaging our Girls * School Assessment Coordinator* Facilitated a weekly book study with teachers during Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)* Member of Safety Team* Memeber of Threat Assessment Team

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