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Sarah A.

Eberle 1013
Hollida Lane
eberlsar@wcps.k12.md.us Martinsburg,
WV 25404
@SarahAEberle
240-215-5820

Goal: To become an assistant principal in the Washington


County Public Schools.

Experience
2014-Present Lead Teacher, Springfield Middle School
2012-2014 Department Leader, Western Heights Middle School
2010-2014 ELA Teacher, Western Heights Middle School
2007-2010 ELA Teacher, Administrative Assistant, Morgan
Academy
2004-2007 Surgical Veterinary Technician, The Emergency
Animal Center
2001-2004 Realtor, Coldwell Banker

Education
Administration & Supervision Endorsement Frostburg State
University, 2015
MA Curriculum & Instruction Shepherd University, 2013
BS Secondary Education Shepherd University, 2007

Certification
Maryland Standard Professional Certificate ADMIN I
Maryland Standard Professional Certificate APC
Maryland Standard Professional Certificate English 7-12
Maryland Standard Professional Certificate Special Education
Ancillary Credit
Maryland Standard Professional Certificate Reading 6
Ancillary Credit

STANDARD I: MISSION, VISION, AND CORE VALUES


Effective educational leaders develop, advocate, and enact a shared
mission, vision, and core values of high-quality education and
academic success and well-being of each student.
Assisted in the development of our schools mission and vision
statement
Facilitated grade level team members in discussion of the schools
mission and vision
Provided ongoing professional development for staff relative to the
goals of our School Improvement Plan
Monitored the implementation of our school mission and vision
Developed a personalized scheduling protocol for intervention and
enrichment period

STANDARD II: ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL NORMS


Effective educational leaders act ethically and according to
professional norms to promote each students academic success and
well-being.
Assisted in facilitation of SWD and EL achievement meetings
Met monthly with instructional leaders to discuss various issues and
make program adjustments when needed
Facilitated professional development for all staff members relative to
enhancing students success and well-being

STANDARD III: EQUITY AND CULTURAL RESPONSIVENESS


Effective educational leaders strive for equity of educational
opportunity and culturally responsive practices to promote each
students academic success and well-being.
Met monthly with schools Multicultural Committee
Examined school referral data, addressing disproportionate subgroup
data
Attended MSDE Coaching for Equity class
Facilitated MSDE Book Study Enriques Journey

STANDARD IV: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION, AND ASSESSMENT


Effective educational leaders develop and support intellectually
rigorous and coherent systems of curriculum, instruction, and
assessment to promote each students academic success and well-
being.
Conducted informal, non-evaluative observations of instruction and
provided feedback to teachers
Worked with each of my assigned departments weekly to ensure that
students are being academically challenged
Led progress monitoring discussions with intervention teachers
Facilitated county-wide professional development opportunities to
increase rigor

STANDARD V: COMMUNITY OF CARE AND SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS


Effective educational leaders cultivate an inclusive, caring, and
supportive school community that promotes the academic success
and well-being of each student
Worked with at-risk students in a mentoring role
Facilitated professional development on trauma-informed instruction
Provided push-in support to teachers with struggling students
Actively participated in the schools Multicultural Committee

STANDARD VI: PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL


Effective educational leaders develop the professional capacity and
practice of school personnel to promote each students academic
success and well-being.
Participated in each of the interviews for new hires held at our school
and contributed to hiring decisions on each
Presented to our faculty on topics such as RTI, UBD, and SAMR during
the school year
Supported the professional growth of the staff by engaging them in
conversations about their goals, plans to achieve, and progress
Attended MASSP workshops and MSDE courses related to aspiring
leadership skills

STANDARD VII: PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY FOR STUDENTS AND


STAFF
Effective educational leaders foster a professional community of
teachers and other professional staff to promote each students
academic success and well-being
Held weekly collaborative planning meetings with teachers in my
assigned areas
Requested teachers to invite me in (non-evaluative) to provide
feedback on new strategies they are attempting
Fostered leadership capacities amongst staff
Facilitated weekly professional development and CFIP opportunities
Facilitated MSDE Inquiry Groups
Facilitated WCPS Twitter Chats
WCPS Google Course Facilitator
2016 Apple Teacher cohort
FAME cohort member

STANDARD VIII: MEANINGFUL ENGAGEMENT OF FAMILIES AND


COMMUNITIES
Effective educational leaders engage families and the community in
meaningful, reciprocal, and mutually beneficial ways to promote
each students academic success and well-being.
Work with PTA to promote schools student recognition efforts
Worked with community partners to provide incentives for schools
student recognition committee
Managed schools social media account on Facebook
Planned and facilitated Family Nights

STANDARD IX: OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT


Effective educational leaders manage school operations and
resources to promote each students academic success and well-
being.
Assisted with building of master schedule and assignment of teacher
duties with input from principal
Organized summer transition opportunities for incoming 6th grade
students
Worked with principal to ensure that fiscal needs of my assigned
teachers were being met

STANDARD X: SCHOOL IMPROVEVMENT


Effective educational leaders act as agents of continuous
improvement to promote each students academic success and well-
being.
Created, received, analyzed, and discussed survey data from various
groups
Worked directly with department leaders and interventions specialists
to improve instruction, test data, and student performance
Actively participated in SIT team
Worked closely with building principal regarding numerous aspects of
school improvement