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Donyetta Hall

OBJECTIVE
Seeking a full-time position where my skills and experience can be utilized.
EDUCATION
Muskegon Community College, Muskegon, MI 3.034/4.0 GPA
Associate in Applied Science Degree Major: Early Childhood Education
Course work includes Introduction to Education of Young Children, Guidance and
Management of the Young, Special Needs and the Young Child, Infants & Toddlers,
Early Childhood Assessment, Childrens Literature, Literacy and the Brain, and Child
Care and Guidance
University of Phoenix, Phoenix Arizona 3.69/4.0 GPA
Bachelors in Education Major: Elementary Education
Certified K-8
Course work includes Classroom Management, Assessment in Elementary
Education,
Elementary Methods-Reading/Language Arts/Mathematics/Science/Health-PE/ Social
Studies/
Fine Arts, Remediation of Reading Difficulties, and Mathematics for Elementary
Educators I and II
Provisional Teaching Certificate, MI 10/30/2012
WORK EXPERIENCE
Muskegon Area Intermediate School District, Muskegon, MI- 2014 to Present
GSRP Teacher
Develop lesson plans using research based curriculum and assessment for
individual, small group, and classroom instructional activities which stimulate
growth in all learning domains.
Creates a safe, secure and nurturing learning environment which reinforces
acceptable child behavior, attitudes and social skills.
Maintains accurate child records, observations and assessments on regular
basis.
Promotes parent/family involvement in educational and child development
activities for their children.
Works effectively as a member of the Early Childhood Center Team to
educate children, engage families and enhance school readiness.
Muskegon Public Schools, Muskegon, MI 2011 to 2014
FACILIATOR/ADVOCATE

Plan individual and group activities to stimulate growth in language, literacy,


mathematics, science, creative arts, social and emotional development, and
physical health and development.
Develop and use instructional materials suitable for verbal or visual
instruction of pupils with wide range of mental, physical and emotional
maturities. Provide individual and small group instruction designed to meet
individual needs.
Conduct and score Ages and Stages Assessments in Fall and Spring.
Follow the Creative Curriculum for Preschool, a scientifically-based
curriculum, along with an internet-based child assessment system to
measure each childs progress.
Promote parent participation and involvement in educational activities and
progress.
Communicate regularly and document communication with parents by means
of newsletters, notes, phone calls, and individual parent conferences.
Provide advocate/outreach services to Head Start families in the classroom
and additional children/families, including home visits.
Provide liaison services between families and community agency service
providers.
Assist families in accessing appropriate services in the community.
Plan and coordinate the work of classroom assistants, parents, and
volunteers, in the classroom and on field/study trips.
Cooperate and seek assistance from other professional staff members.
Muskegon Public Schools, Muskegon, MI 2003-2011
CLASSROOM ASSISTANT
Check student files to ensure they are up-to-date
Keep attendance records and call roll
Supervise students in classrooms, lunchrooms, libraries, halls, and school
grounds
Discuss students progress with parents and handle upset parents to
successful endings
Act as Lead Teacher when Lead Teacher is unavailable
Discuss and coordinate instructional efforts with the teacher
ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE
Huntington Bank, Muskegon, MI 2001 to 2002
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
City of Muskegon, Muskegon, MI 2001
ACCOUNTING CLERK
VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Greater Deliverance Outreach Ministries, Muskegon, MI 2001 to Present
FINANCIAL SECRETARY
Handle of cash flow from offerings and donations, payroll, complete monthly,
quarterly, and year-end tax reports, and take minutes at business meetings
B.U.S.Y. (Building Up Strong Youth), Muskegon, MI 2009 - 2012
Previously known as THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE

Work with elementary, middle, and high school ages students providing
activities to encourage communication and dedication, while helping to
strengthen morale, based off of godly principles.