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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 61642
Desired Job Location: Helotes, Texas Date Posted: 6/19/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 125000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Remarkably astute, competent and
diligent senior executive, powered with
exceptional ability in blending
innovative and traditional methods
through instructional leadership to
produce a solid foundation for lifelong
learning. Exhibit superior talents in
developing and implementing appropriate
curriculum and academic programs,
setting educational standards as well as
establishing policies and procedures to
promote individuality, student growth
and positive reinforcement. Possess
stellar reputation in working with the
School Board or stakeholders as well as
with people of diverse cultures and
organizational backgrounds. Excel at
establishing an intuitive connection
with a wide range of students to reach
their learning goals and objectives.
Display keen eye to detail, with extreme
capability to multitask in a globally
competitive, challenging and fast-paced
environment.


Experience:
NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT - SAN FELIPE DEL
RIO CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
DISTRICT, DEL RIO, TX 2009–PRESENT

- Directed and coordinated day-to-
day operational aspects of the district,
mainly in the areas of curriculum and
instruction, discipline management,
federal programs, special education,
English language development and
technology
- Worked collaboratively with
district administration, staff,
approximately 10,400 students and the
community
- Drove all efforts to implement
the English Language Development
program, Reorganization of Fine Arts
program and C-Scope Curriculum program
- Played a vital role in securing
the Student School Foundation Endowment
for San Felipe Del Rio CISD
- Consistently obtained superior
rating each year from the Financial
Integrity Rating System of Texas
- Generated $41M, which is the
highest fund balance in the district’s
history as of year 2012
- Served as an integral
contributor in drastically improving
operational efficiency upon receiving
the following:
- $6M from TTIPPS grant for middle
school for three consecutive years
- GEAR UP grant for middle school
in partnership with Sul Ross State
University
- “Linking Tree” grant for $174K
from USDOE to provide social services
networking to students, purposely for
mental health and medical resources
- National recognition from The
College Board for increased number of
students participating and scoring in
advanced placement
- Texas PE initiative grant for
$60K
- Achieved the highest percentage
and number of high school graduates in
the district’s history
- Streamlined the Human Resources
Department process; thus, filling 100%
teacher vacancies before the start of
school year
- Directed initiatives in
attaining the greatest number of
students participating in athletics
(2,200) as well as in fine arts, music
art and choir (7,700) in the district’s
history
- Significantly reduced total ELL
population by 30% for two successive
years
- Earned distinction for expanding
school districts’ visibility in the
community by increasing the following:
- Number of recognized and
exemplary schools
- Completion rate from 84.95% to
92% in one year in 2011
- Annual ELL exit rates from 6% to
approximately 29% in three years
- Math and science secondary
scores by nearly 20% in two years
- Student scholarships from $1M to
$8M over three years
- Number of National Hispanic
Merit Scholarships from 1 to 10 in three
years
- Established and maintained long-
term partnership with Yamaha Music
Corporation, VH1 Save the Music
Foundation (MTV); resulting in over
$180K in musical instruments
- Built piano/keyboard
laboratories in every elementary school
- Formed the
School/Community/Community Resource
Committee

PRINCIPAL - ALKEK ELEMENTARY, RECOGNIZED
CAMPUS, BANDERA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
DISTRICT, BANDERA, TX 2007–2009

- Conceptualized and implemented
the INOVA Data Projections, PASeries
Testing, RTI System and Learning
Community Organization Concepts
- Amplified campus rating from
acceptable to recognized
- Demonstrated a high degree of
personal commitment in reorganizing
campus personnel

PRINCIPAL - DORIS MILLER JUNIOR HIGH,
SAN MARCOS CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT
SCHOOL DISTRICT, SAN MARCOS, TX 2005–
2007

- Initiated the successful
development and implementation of
various programs, namely, Co-Teach
Inclusion Model, Literacy Collaborative,
Connected Mathematics Program, Learning
Communities and Regular Schedule with
Double Blocking Math and Reading

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - SANTA
GERTRUDIS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT,
KINGSVILLE, TX 2004–2005

- Provided expert oversight to
daily facets of operations within the
district, focusing on human resources,
transportation, finance, curriculum and
instruction, discipline management,
federal programs and technology
- Received commendation for
skillfully managing district budget,
ensuring compliance with Chapter 41
rulings and increasing fund balance by
$1M
- Disseminated regular updates on
current status of district issues to
board members
- Successfully passed a rollback
election ($1.28 to 1.50) on November 2
- Fulfilled expanded
responsibilities, such as organizing
regular and special board meetings and
drafting local policy and procedures

PRINCIPAL, NEW CAMPUS TO THE DISTRICT -
MARY LOU HARTMAN ELEMENTARY, JUDSON
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, LIVE OAK,
TX 2003–2004

- Determined staffing
requirements; recruited, hired and
trained staff on specialized district
curriculum to develop their competencies
and achieve their maximum potential
- Planned and coordinated the
Bilingual Program in conjunction with
staff and community
- Allocated budget to fund
operations, maximize investments and
attain organizational mission and goals
- Greatly surpassed district
expectations for school completion and
opening in collaboration with contactors
and vendors

PRINCIPAL - CORONADO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY,
JUDSON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, LIVE
OAK, TX 2000–2003

- Oversaw day-to-day management
and operations of school-based
elementary education within the district
- Maintained frequent interaction
with parents and the community to
continuously provide quality education
to all students, while empowering them
to pursue productive and fulfilling
lives


Education:
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION IN EDUCATIONAL
LEADERSHIP (All But Dissertation): 2006
- Texas A&M University, Kingsville, TX
SUPERINTENDENT CERTIFICATION: 2000 - Sul
Ross State University, Uvalde, TX
MASTER IN ADMINISTRATION: 1998 - Texas
A&M University Kingsville, Kingsville,
TX
BACHELOR OF EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCE:
1993 - Southwest Texas State University,
San Marcos, TX



PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

English Language Development: 2012
Professional Learning Communities: 2011
Response to Intervention Region 20: 2008
ETS Consultant–Reviewing the
Superintendent Exam: 2007
Leadership Study–Texas A&M Kingsville:
2002–2006 New Superintendent
Academy: 2005
Investing Funds for Public Entities:
2004 Understanding Hourly Wage Law:
2004
ILD Training Region 20: 2003
Documentation Handbook Training: 2002
Developmental Assessment Center: 2000
Leaders in Education Administration
Program: 2000
Texas Medicaid Administration Training:
1999 District Character Education
Committee: 1998–1999
Professional Development and Appraisal
System: 1998 Boys Town Consultation
Training Certification: 1998
Instructional Leadership Training: 1997
Covey Leadership Training: 1995


Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Texas Association of School
Administrators: 2009–2012
Texas Elementary Principals and
Supervisors Association: 2000–2004
Texas Association of Secondary School
Principals: 1999–2000


Skills:
CORE COMPETENCIES

- Learning Goals and Objective
Evaluation
- Curriculum Design and
Assessment
- Human Resource Administration
- Student Advocate and Motivation
- Competitive Research and
Analysis
- District Policies and State
Regulations Development
- Time Management and
Prioritization
- Leadership, Training and Team
Building
- Budget Control and Financial
Projections
- Outstanding Student and
Community Relations
- Problem Resolution and
Decision-Making
- Articulate Oral and Written
Communication


Additional Information:
ACTIVITIES

Member, Del Rio Bobcat Alumni


Reference:
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