Eager Supervisor who regularly attends professional development seminars, faculty meetings and parent- teacher conferences to remain connected to the needs of children and their parents. While ensuring a high moral environment for all staff. supervisor possessing exceptional time management and organization skills. Proficient at ensuring that a specialized programs are implemented for development activities and discipline of all children. l Basic clerical knowledge l Proficiency in Microsoft Office Programs l First Aid and CPR certified l Positive Work ethic. l Project planning l Excellent communication skills. l Attention to detail l Courtesy and Honesty l Team building l Oriented team player l Extremely organized l Self -directed l Team leadership l Dependability l Team Liaison l Conflict resolution l Team Leader ? ? l Conflict resolution
Site Supervisor II June 2001 to CurrentCounty Of Sn Bernardion PSD － Tippecanoe, CA
Provide supervision, training and direction for instructional, food service, clerical and custodial staff to ensure compliance with program guidelines and guarantee the safety and security of participants and employees; arrange for medical attention for ill or injured children.
Observe instructional staff and evaluate performance; review weekly lesson plans for adherence to curriculum guidelines; assign staff instructional hours; provide counseling to employees with performance problems.
Conduct meetings with parents and staff; secure speakers to address topics of interest; answer questions from parents and make referrals as needed; investigate and recommend appropriate action when conflicts exist between parents and staff.
Assist in the preparation of goals, objectives and budget for the site and program.
Confer with program specialists to meet the requirements of children with special needs.
l Worked with interdisciplinary team members to evaluate children's progress and recommend appropriate learning plans.
l Addressed behavioral and learning issues with parents and daycare management.
l Supervised a group of 8 -10 student teachers throughout the semester.
l Monitored 152 students' educational progress with individual charts and files.
Lead Teacher September 1996 to June 2001Chino Hills Christian PreSchool
Develop curriculum that addresses cognitive, emotional, social, and physical development of preschool children.
Provide learning experiences and instruction that develop age appropriate social interaction skills, basic math and letter recognition skills, awareness of proper personal health and nutrition habits, language skills, and creative abilities.
Develop educational plans for each student; observe and document student progress.
Provide supervision and direction for instructional aides; evaluate performance; provide input to Site Supervisors on the quality of work performed by Aides.
Prepare lesson plans, small learning group plans, attendance sheets, and reports for inclusion in each child's official file.
Maintain a safe and healthy environment for children through close visual observation of daily activities during instructional and transition time and inspection of areas utilized for instructional purposes.
Ensure the safety and well-being of children at Preschool Centers, complying with all provisions of State and Federal regulations as outlined in California Code of Regulations Title 5 and Title 22.
Maintain confidentiality of all records.
Adhere to employer policies regarding conduct and confidential information.
Teacher Aide / Substitude Teacher September 1989 to June 1994ABC Child Develolment Head Start 475 S Downey Rd － Los Angeles, CA
Assist Teachers in providing individualized educational, nutritional, and health and safety activities for children.
Review lesson plans with teachers to determine specific goals and methods of assisting in the classroom.
Assist with learning experiences that will further physical skill, enhance language ability, guide social development, foster emotional development, and develop creative abilities as set forth in the Head Start Performance Standards.
Observe child participation; report progress or problem areas to the teacher; document significant learning disabilities.
Help serve food and observe children during meal periods.
Ensure the safety and well-being of children at Preschool Centers, complying with all provisions of State and Federal regulations.
Maintain confidentiality of all records.
Provide vacation and temporary relief as teacher at different sites.
Bachelors of Multidiciplinaries : Early Childhood Education, 1 2013Cambridge College － CAEarly Childhood Education