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Desire the Position of Education Administrator - High School Principal
Recently licensed school administrator with more than 17 years experience in teaching and high school administration. Possession of in-debth knowledge of policies and procedures that govern schools and districts. Manages 28 staff, including 25 teachers, 2 counselors, and a secretary, daily. Responsible for discipline for 860 students, curriculum and instruction, school-wide program and events; as well as managing several buildings on campus. Observing and supervising teachers and the master schedule. Proven track record of sound budgeting, staff evaluations, and student disciplinary actions. Adept in critical thinking, problem solving, communication skills, listening and articulation of ideas and group interaction.
PhD Education Administration, University of New York, NY (2000)
A valid Nova Scotia Teacher's License.
M.A Education Administration, University of New York, NY (1993)
B.A English Education, University of New York, NY (1989)
Assistant Principal, White Lake School District, New York 1999 - Present
Assist the principal with all certified and non-certified staff.
Assist the principal in observing, evaluating and working through personnel issues with staff.
Monitor hallways, lunch times, before and after school times. Supervising out of school activities and rotating with other administrators at school events.
Promote student involvement in school activities by assisting principal in maintaining student advisors, student council, club and activities, organizing assemblies and special events.
Receive and assigning in-school suspension write-ups, conducting informal student conferences on conduct reports, and making counselor referrals when appropriate.
Support school security staff in maintaining a safe and secure school environment.
Make parent contacts and conducting parent conferences, especially in out of school suspensions.
Receive parent complaints proceeding to investigate and help resolve the issues.
Work with school staff to research, plan and implement school reform initiatives.
Assist staff with instructional techniques, classroom management and curricular issues.
Help principal with building schedules, teacher assignments and recurring substitute teachers.
English Teacher, Mt. Sinai Area School District, Uniondale, NY 1988 - 1999
Collaborated with the social studies teacher to integrate freshmen English and U.S. History.
Coordinated drama activities.
Communicated and liaised with fellow team department members on a regular basis with regards to planning, assessment, parent and community contact, subject organization and classroom issues such including discipline, expectations and routines.
Communicated and liaised with other school colleagues to promote and establish integrative links and awareness.
Performed behavioral management and pastoral care of class and homeroom groups.
Attended and constructively contributed in staff meetings.
Assisted in supervising student breaks.
Coordinated class activities.
Maintained up-to-date records of assessment, attendance, planning, reports, conferences, and communication with parents.
Established links with parent community to ensure that parents are kept well informed about student progress.
Assisted, in the development of curricular materials.
Acted as a resource, contact and support for new staff members (i.e. curriculum, schedules, procedures).
Participate in and assisted with school events.
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