Administrator for a suburban high-performing school district with 2500 students. Responsibilities include supervision of students, personnel and programming related to special education; supervision of integrated preschool; coordination of reading specialists and oversight of personal literacy plans; implementation of digital database of student records including Individual Education Plans, 504 Plans, Personal Literacy Plans, Response to Intervention Plans, and assessment results; coordination of NECAP and standardized testing; oversight and coordination of two Title I programs; administration of English Language Learners' programming; administration of 504 services; grant writing for federal funding through the consolidated resource plan including Title I, Title II, IDEA, IDEA Preschool; Title IV, and collaboration on Title III; district homeless liaison; implementation of Response to Intervention; and coordination of professional development activities. In addition to responsibilities listed, annual reviews of current services to determine quality and effectiveness and the creation of supporting programs. Programs created include an alternate learning program at the high school for students with emotional disabilities, transition to community activities for high school students in collaboration with the Southern RI Collaborative, revision of extended school year opportunities, assistive technology on-site consultation services, district-wide response to intervention team, and Title I programming with a math focus. To implement programming and revisions, I participate on and coordinate several professional learning communities throughout the district. These teams include administrative council, curriculum council, response to intervention team, and family and support services team. Through common commitments, visions statements, missions, and goals aimed at enhancing student learning, each team assesses the current reality and adjust s accordingly.
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