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Lucrecia Hare

5315 Magnolia Gardens Lane NW, Acworth, GA 30101 (404)484-9081 lxhare@atlanta.k12.ga.us

Objective:

To obtain a position as a school guidance counselor

Education:

Masters of Education School Guidance Counseling/University of West Alabama/ 5/2009 7/2012 Bachelors of Arts degree /Wichita State University. Wichita, KS Graduated: 12/1999 Major: Elementary Education Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Honors: Deans List 1998 and 1999 GPA: 3.20

Associate Degree/ Butler County Community College. El Dorado, KS Graduated: 7/1997

Skills and Certification:


Certified School Guidance Counselor Teaching Certifications: Grades K-8 with emphasis on Math, Language Arts, and Gifted Education Certifications: CPR Languages: Basic understanding of Spanish Communication skills: Public speaking (Once a trainer for Reading curriculum for Edison schools.)

Working Experience:
K-5 Gifted Teacher, Toomer Elementary, Atlanta, GA 8/2012-present Currently the SST Chair-Person, leadership team member, high-achievers tutorial math specialist, Beta Club Chair, provides differentiated work for advanced learners, and member of a variety of PLCs and committees. Lead the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of an effective wholeschool policy for meeting the needs of able, gifted and talented pupils Maintain a register of able, gifted and talented pupils within the school and update biannually Monitor the overall progress made by able, gifted and talented pupils and set targets to ensure challenge and address underachievement Demonstrate good classroom practice in teaching the school's most able pupils; Act as the "champion" of able, gifted and talented pupils within the school by creating and sustaining positive attitudes towards them and ensuring that provision for able, gifted and talented pupils is kept at the heart of the schools agenda for developing learning and teaching.

K-5 Gifted Teacher, Cliftondale Elementary, College Park, GA 8/2009-7/2012 Lead the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of an effective wholeschool policy for meeting the needs of able, gifted and talented pupils Maintain a register of able, gifted and talented pupils within the school and update biannually Monitor the overall progress made by able, gifted and talented pupils and set targets to ensure challenge and address underachievement Demonstrate good classroom practice in teaching the school's most able pupils; Act as the "champion" of able, gifted and talented pupils within the school by creating and sustaining positive attitudes towards them and ensuring that provision for able, gifted and talented pupils is kept at the heart of the schools agenda for developing learning and teaching.

5th Grade EIP Teacher, Burnett Elementary, Douglasville, GA 8/2008-7/2009 Responsible for 12 students on a daily basis Identifying students weaknesses and developing interventions that will allow the students to be successful learners Recording student progress to present monthly at EIP meetings Communicate daily with parents on student progress Attend trainings and present information learned to team members 3rd Grade Advanced Placement Teacher, EW Oliver Elementary, Riverdale, GA 8/2006-6/2008 Responsible for 19 students on a daily basis Provide a rigorous learning environment for gifted students Communicate daily with parents on student progress 4th Grade Teacher, Harkam Hillel Hebrew Academy, Beverly Hills, CA, 8/2005- 6/2006. Responsible for 19 students on a daily basis Assess students quarterly for quarterly grading Communicate with parents daily on student progress 4th Grade Teacher, Parent School, Inglewood USD, Inglewood, CA, 8/2003-6/2005. Responsible for 33 Students on a daily basis Taught all subjects, plus Art, Music, P.E., and Spanish Tutored students after school twice a week 1st, 3rd, and 4th Lead Teacher, Edison Blair Academy, Dallas ISD, Dallas, TX, 8/2001-7/2003. Responsible for 25 students and 5 teachers on a daily basis Handled all behaviors from my team of teachers In charge of praise dance Organized and constructed the school yearbook Reading curriculum trainer for Edison Schools Develop professional development for Reading and Writing curriculum

3rd and 4th Grade Teacher, Dodge Edison, Wichita Public Schools, Wichita, KS, 1/2000-6/2001. Responsible for 25 students on a daily basis Assess students quarterly for quarterly grading Communicated with parents daily on student progress

Credentials:
State of Georgia Credential Issued: 8/2006 Expires: 6/2016 Certified to Teach: School Guidance Counselor K-12, Grades K-8, and Gifted K-8 State of Kansas Credential Issued: 1/2000 Expires: 5/2008 Certified to Teach: Grades K-8

References:
Available upon request