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Kelly M.


2005 Vanderbilt Court Naperville, IL 60565
Phone: (630) 310-6867

Objective: To obtain a position as an instructional leader within your organization.

University of St. Francis: October 2010-August 2012 Joliet, IL
Masters of Science degree in Educational Leadership
Type 75 General Administrative certificate

Illinois State University: August 2005-May 2009 Normal, IL
Bachelors of Science degree in Elementary Education
Professional Development School Intern for McLean County Unit District 5
Type 03 Certificate with endorsements in Reading, Social Science, Language Arts

Work Experience:

Reading Specialist/Technology and Assessment Liaison: August 2013-Present
Indian Springs School District 109: Brodnicki Elementary School Justice, IL
 Piloted curricular initiatives with K-6 and analyzed effectiveness.
 Provided technical support to District 109 staff.
 Participated on a teacher leader team to create a standards-based report card.
 Co-taught CCSS aligned lessons with classroom teachers in all grade levels.
 Facilitated project-based learning opportunities for students in math and literacy.

Title I Coordinator: June 2011-August 2013
Indian Springs School District 109: Administrative Office Justice, IL
 Facilitated Professional Development for District 109 staff in the following areas: Common Core
State Standards, Interdisciplinary Literacy, Vocabulary Acquisition and Development, Assessment,
Writing Instruction, and Technology Integration.
 Led committee of teachers realigning curriculum to CCSS in both ELA and Math.
 Maintained smooth operation of District 109’s Pearson INFORM and PowerSchool databases in
partnership with the technology department.
 Analyzed student assessment data to provide support to teachers during Student Achievement
Collaborative Council meetings.
 Liaison to all Title I staff in district including preparation for a state monitoring visit..
 Coordinated district-wide parent involvement activities for Title I families.

Title I Reading Specialist: August 2009-June 2011
Indian Springs School District 109: Bridgeview Elementary School Bridgeview, IL
 Provided Tier II and Tier III literacy interventions to K-6 students based on assessment data.
 Communicated effectively with classroom teachers to provide quality instruction during intervention
 Planned and supervised Family Reading Night to boost parental and family involvement.
 Maintained federal and state reports for targeted students.
 Participated in Professional Development courses in order to enrich the supplemental program.

Career Development:
Title I Extended Day Initiative Program Facilitator: August 2009-Present Bridgeview, IL
 Measured and monitored student improvement after appropriate interventions.
Home Tutor: September 2009-Present Wheaton, IL
 Instructed a special needs primary student in the area of literacy.
Illinois Reading Conference Presenter: March 2009 Springfield, IL
 Served as a conference presenter on decoding strategies for young readers.
Spanish: Novice
Microsoft Office Suite
Microsoft SharePoint/Web Page Design
Pearson INFORM/PowerSchool