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216 Spring St., Apt. 7
Naugatuck, CT 06770
Phone: (845) 430-9277
2014-Present: Paul Laurence Dunbar School, Bridgeport, CT
Title: Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
2016-present: Accepted into Emerging Leaders Program
2010-2014: Read Elementary School, Bridgeport, CT
Title: Teacher Assistant, Pre-Kindergarten
2009-2010: New Haven Public Schools, New Haven, CT
Title: Substitute Teacher
2001-2009—The Whitby School; 969 Lake Ave.; Greenwich, CT 06831
Title: Co-Head Primary Teacher
Assumed full responsibilities for classroom management, lesson planning and teaching; curriculum development; IBO training for International School, summer of 2008 (plan for school to become international by 2009. May be teaching French to first and second year students in fall.)Assisted French teacher with classes.
2006-2008—The Second Congregational Church; 139 East Putnam Ave.; Greenwich, CT 06830
Title: Director of Children’s Ministries
Planned/located curriculum for church school, levels Kindergarten through seventh grade; coordinated special events (i.e. Shrove Tuesday, Halloween, Easter, Christmas Pageant, etc.); taught classes on Sundays when substitutes unavailable; administrative duties for church school, which entailed delegating responsibilities, attending staff meeting, retreats and conferences and coordinating program in general with Head Minister.
1999-2000—Americorps Employee, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Title: Mentor/Educator (Stationed at Highland High School; Pancake Hollow Road; Highland, NY 12528)
Taught French classes for teachers when absent; organized after-school tutoring and counseling sessions for troubled or academically challenged students; had one-on-one discussions with students experiencing personal difficulties; engaged in and successfully amended mediation sessions between “arguing” students, in presence of assistant principal; visited and interacted with young children in inner- city schools in the upstate region of New York.
1986-1990: Highland High School, Regents’ Diploma
1990-1994: University of Connecticut; Bachelor of Arts degree in French
1994-2000: Classes taken for NYS teaching certification (close to completion)
1998-2000: Secondary Education credits, SUNY New Paltz (6 credits)
2003-2006: CMTE Montessori Teacher certification
2007: Schools Attuned Certification
2008: IBO PYP Level 1 Training
2008-2015: Valid CPR certification, early childhood
September 2013-June 2014: ARC Alternate Route to CT Teaching Certification Birth-Kindergarten, 112: Integrated Early Childhood/Special Needs; Charter Oak State College; New Britain, CT
Acting/Dramatic Arts and performing; writing; French literature and history; member of Delta Zeta sorority; fluent in French.