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8380 Gatewater Drive Monticello, MN 55362 danastanton@live.

com 763-221-2001

...I enthusiastically
recommend Dana
Stanton for her academic
abilities, her leadership
skills, her work ethic,
positive attitude and the
integrity and exceptional
character traits she
displays in all that she
Julie Wolfsteller
Business Education
Teacher Monticello High

...Ms. Stanton has a very
pleasant and professional
manner in her
classroom management
skills are enhanced by
the relationships she has
built with her students...
Mike Carr
Assistant Principal
Monticello High School

Professional Profile
An innovative, forward thinking educator with a track record of
success in turning around under-performing school operations through
strategic planning, curriculum and instruction development, and
effective faculty interaction and training. Experienced in meeting the
needs of at-risk students and developing positive relationships with
staff and students.

Education and Certifications
Winona State University, Winona, MN 2003
Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude
Business Education
Administrative Information Systems Management
Training & Development, Minor
MN Business Teacher Licensure: Current, Grades: 5-12
MN Real Estate License: 2012-2014

Highlighted Accomplishments
Developed a technology and curriculum plan to help close the
achievement gap and prepare students for or students at Foley
High School.
Trained staff, teachers and students on how to acquire the skills
they need to survive in a ubiquitous, complex, highly technological
and knowledge-based economy.
Coached teachers on effective ways to use technology in a
routine and transparent manner while supporting curricular goals.
Connected Foley High Schools students with Kenyan students via
video conferencing that created priceless conversations,
relationships and lessons for students from both schools.
Collaborate with teachers on ways to integrate real-world
applications into teaching possibilities.
Experienced in design, development, utilization, management,
and evaluation of educational and instructional technology.
Dedicated to enthusiastic and dynamic teaching while developing
positive and meaningful relationships.

Business Education Areas of Expertise
Accounting Career Readiness
Business Law Computer Applications I & II
Business Management Digital Media
Business & Marketing Personal Finance

Dana L. Stanton
Dana consistently went
above and beyond by
developing her own
teaching materials and
staying well past the end
of her contract hours.
Dana is a natural born
leader and an
enthusiastic teacher.
Kari Grawburg
Business Education
Monticello High School

She is very
approachable, friendly,
and has a strong desire
to assist classroom
teachers with expanding
their knowledge and
abilitiesGreat care is
taken to ensure training
sessions meet the needs
of the learner whether it
is in a group setting or

Paul Schieffert
Technology Director
Foley Public Schools
Computer & Technology Skills
Operating systems: iOS, Windows and Linux
Instructional Technology: Aplia (online), Interactive Boards,
classroom blogs, classroom flipping, teacher webpage design,
student website design, Skype for Education, Google for
Education Apps
Learning Management Systems: Moodle, Schoology and Edmodo
School & Performance Management Systems: TIES, JMC and
Microsoft: Access, Excel, InfoPath, Office 365, OneNote, Outlook,
PowerPoint, Publisher and Word
Adobe: Photoshop Elements, Acrobat XI Pro, Dreamweaver
Troubleshooting & Problem Resolution

Technology Integration Instructor & Diversity Coordinator
Foley Public School District, Foley, MN
September 2013 to present
Business Education Teacher (LTS)
Monticello High School, Monticello, MN
November 2012-April 2013
Substitute Teacher, K-12
Monticello, St. Michael-Albertville & Big Lake, MN
November 2008 - October 2012
Business & Training Manager
Sona, Woodbury, MN
September 2003 - 2008
Patient Administrative Specialist
Army National Guard, Cottage Grove, MN
June 1998 June 2006

Leadership Experience
Communicating Common Grounds, Advisor, 2013-2014
Partnered with several surrounding school districts and St.
Cloud State to have students come together to collaborate and
implement ways to dissolve bullying, overcome adversity and
celebrate diversity in student communities.
Social Media Committee, 2013-2014
Used social media to develop and expand Foleys connections
with parents, students, staff, teachers and community
members to promote various activities, distribute information,
gain feedback, and help increase enrollment.
Yearbook, Assistant Advisor, 2013-2014
National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Founding Vice-President,
Winona State Chapter