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David Warren

2724 Indian Oak Drive, McKinney, TX 75071 (W) 469-302-5011; (H) 407-375-5827; davemightbe@hotmail.com

Education and Certification


M.Ed. - Educational Administration; Lamar University, Beaumont, TX, 2010 BA - American History, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA, 1999 Principal Certificate Texas Teacher Certificate - 4-8 Mathematics, Texas ESL Certification - ESL Supplemental Certification, Grades 4-8

Administrative and Leadership Experience


Assistant Principal, Scott Johnson Middle School, McKinney ISD, McKinney, TX, 2012-present Lead individual faculty members in reflective educational practices and goal-setting; proactively monitoring and partnering with over 30 faculty members Partnered with academic teams and curricular departments for data analysis and strategic, researchbased practices; proactive with Mathematics, ELAR, and Language Arts Departments Coordinated and lead best practices for students in diverse populations and programs including Special Education, 504, ESL, and Response to Intervention (RtI) Represented the district in ARD, 504, LPAC, and campus administrative meetings Educated students and parents about goals and strategies for student success Created, Innovated, and Maintained administrative processes Student arrival / dismissal, meals, passing, extracurricular activities Schedules, emergency drills, announcements, technology Community relations, staff / community presentations, event coordinator Disciplinary counseling and enforcement; DAEP processing and monitoring Facilities maintenance, monitoring, and reporting Standardized testing coordination and administration Mathematics Instructional Specialist / Administrative Intern, Scott Morgan Johnson Middle School, McKinney, TX, 2008-2011 Created, organized, and researched innovative mathematics resources Promoted instructional analysis, self-reflection, and best practices through classroom observations and teacher conferencing Taught and co-taught for model classrooms Facilitated team planning meetings for maximum effectiveness Promoted and supported new technology, including Smart Board devices Math Pullout Tutoring program coordinator Coordinated emergency drills Administered Saturday School detention and weekend tutorials Interviewed candidates for faculty and aide positions Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Testing Coordinator Campus Improvement Plan secretary Campus Strategic Planning team member Warren Page 1

Site-Based Leadership Team member AVID site team member Response to Intervention Campus Coordinator (RtI) Analyzed data to develop campus strategies for raising student achievement Trained faculty on the RtI approach, strategies, and plans Coordinated and lead RtI processes, documentation, and accountability Campus Coordinator, Events and Groups Campus Dads Club co-coordinator; coordinated over 30 fathers for events Developer and coordinator for the first annual English Language Learners Family Celebration Night: dinner, childcare, translation, prizes, and more to welcome and inform over fifty guests about English Language Learner services Annual Math Awareness Month Contest event coordinator District Leadership District mathematics examinations advisor Technology advisor Curriculum Writer, Reviewer, Advisor Curriculum planning, adoption, and writing team member Curriculum implementation trainer Professional Development Presenter State level: State Mathematics conference presenter (CAMT) Regional level: Smart Board Technology presenter and trainer District level: Mathematics Summer Institute, New Teachers Academy, Staff Development Campus Level: Curricular content training, Data analysis and action training

Principal / Program Administrator, ESL Summer Enrichment Program, McKinney ISD, McKinney, TX, 2010, 2011, 2012 Lead collaborative processes for developing the program theme, master schedule, rosters, curriculum, field trips, and expectations Oversaw payroll processes Administered student discipline Communicated with students, families, and faculty in English and Spanish Coordinated busses, food programs, facilities, and emergency procedures New Teacher Mentor, Lakeview Middle School, Orange County Public Schools Alternative Certification Program, Winter Garden, FL, 2003-2007 Formally mentored teachers new to the profession, the district, and the school Formally mentored new teachers transitioning to the education profession from other industries; these individuals were earning their first teaching certificates through the Orange County Alternative Certification Program Conducted formal observations and model effective instruction in order to promote discussion, analyze strategies, and implement best teaching practices Completed documentation of regularly scheduled mentoring conferences and completion of competencies Formally trained and certified by the district mentoring program, and supervised by the Campus Instructional Specialist and Mentoring coordinator Faculty Advisory Committee Chairman, Lakeview Middle School, Winter Garden, FL 2005-2007 Warren Page 2

Set the agenda and lead all Faculty Advisory Committee meetings which served as the faculty voice to the administrative team; elected to this position by faculty Coordinated the process for allocating School Recognition Funds, recognition for achieving the highest campus rating in the statewide accountability rating system ($180,000 budget) Solved safety issues, protocol concerns, and logistical issues relevant to regular campus life Designed new curriculum to fulfill need for new electives Designed the campus bell schedule to eliminate split lunch periods, to consolidate four lunch periods into three, to allow time for district mandated character education requirements, and to accommodate a necessary increase in passing time; the plan saved our school thousands of dollars due to increased efficiency

District Teacher of the Year Judging Committee Member, Orange County Public Schools, Orange County, FL 2007-2008 Facilitated a screening process including the scoring of teacher-written essays, the evaluation of finalists through observations and interviews, and a closed-door debate process with select community members to choose one teacher to represent our district as the Teacher of the Year The committee selection, Richard Ellis, went on to become the 2008 Florida Teacher of the Year, and also a national finalist for the Presidential Teacher of the Year Award

Teaching Experience
Middle School Mathematics Teacher, Scott Morgan Johnson Middle School, McKinney, TX, 20072009 Middle School Mathematics Teacher Lakeview Middle School, Winter Garden, FL, 2002-2007 Integrated a variety of teaching methods and instructional strategies to generate student interest and meaningful learning Evaluated and track student progress by using a combination of monitoring tools and student work samples; monitor and document student progress Maintained a positive relationship with students and families while holding students accountable to a high standard of expectations Taught sixth, seventh and eighth grade courses, including Academic Mathematics, Academic ESL Sheltered Mathematics, Pre-AP Mathematics, and GT Mathematics courses Prepared students for grade-level advancement through a rigorous discovery of state standards and local curriculum Prepared students to pass / pass with distinction / pass with evidence of growth on respective state exams Integrated strategies for meeting the needs of diverse learners accommodated through Special Education, 504, ESL, and other programs Lead an annual field trip for more than 150 students and chaperones to EPCOT Center, Florida

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Additional Training and Professional Development


Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), Houston, TX / Grapevine, TX, July 2009, July 2011. Instructional Leadership Development, Region 10 Service Center, Richardson, TX, January, 2010. Smart Board Users Conference, Smart Technologies, Dallas, TX, January, 2009. Leadership Orlando: Class 71, Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce, Orlando, FL, November 2007 June 2008. Ongoing Professional Development; transcript available upon request. Recent training topics include English Language Proficiency Standards in the Classroom, Sheltered Instruction Operating Protocol, PD 360 Online Growth Experiences, Measures of Academic Progress Computer-Based Assessments, Effective Mathematics Strategies for Title I Learners, and Innovative Technology Implementation in the Classroom.

Professional / Educational Affiliations


Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, 2011-present Lamar University Alumni Association, 2010-present National Council for the Supervisors of Mathematics, 2008-present National Staff Development Council, 2008-present Orange County Public Schools Superintendents Advisory Panel, 2006-2007 Foundation for Orange County Public Schools Board of Directors, 2006-2007 Orange County Council for the Teachers of Mathematics Board of Directors, 2006-2007 Pacific Lutheran University Alumni Association, 1999-present

Honors and Awards


2007 Orange County Public Schools District Teacher of the Year 2007 Lakeview Middle School Teacher of the Year 2007 Orange County Council for Teachers of Mathematics Teacher of the Year, finalist Teacher of the Year finalist, Lakeview Middle School, 2005, 2007 Winter Garden Rotary Club 2006 Gems of our Community Teacher of the Year Erna Jorgenson Regents Scholarship (full tuition), Pacific Lutheran University, 1995-1999 Magna Cum Laude, Pacific Lutheran University, 1999 Honors Program Diploma, Pacific Lutheran University, 1999 College of History Merit Scholarship, Pacific Lutheran University, 1999 Honorary Undergraduate Fellowship, College of History, Pacific Lutheran University, 1999 Arte Society (Phi Beta Kappa), Pacific Lutheran University, 1998-1999

References
References available upon request.

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