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Addison Victoria Chenault

3125 District Avenue Apt. 301 — Charlottesville, VA 22901 — Phone: (804) 836-5631 —

To hold an instructional position where I can use my skills as a general and special educator to help all students
achieve success across all ability levels.

Commonwealth of Virginia Collegiate Post-Graduate Professional License:
Special Education General Curriculum K-12, May 2017
Elementary Education K-6, May 2017

EDUCATION – Longwood University, Farmville, VA

Master of Science Degree – Special Education
GPA – 3.88 – Expected May 2017

Bachelor of Science Degree – Liberal Studies, Special Education

GPA – 3.54 – May 2016


Trevilians Elementary School, Louisa County, VA, Fall 2017 – Present
Special Education Teacher, Grade K-1

Buckingham County Primary School, Buckingham, VA, Fall 2016

Psychoeducational Assessments, Grade 2
Woodcock Reading Mastery-3, Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement-3 and Key Math-3
Buckingham County Primary School, Buckingham, VA, Fall 2016
Functional Behavior Assessment, Grade K
Elmont Elementary School, Ashland, VA, Spring 2016
Student Teaching, Inclusion, Collaborative and Small Group Cross Content Instruction, Grades K-3
Lee-Davis High School, Mechanicsville, VA, Spring 2016
Student Teaching, Inclusion and Collaborative Mathematics, Grades 9-12

Stonewall Jackson Middle School, Mechanicsville, VA, Spring 2015

Practicum III, Collaborative and Inclusion Language Arts, Grade 7


Special Education Teacher, Trevilians Elementary School Fall 2017 – Present
o Provide special education services to children as identified on their IEP's
o Keep appropriate documents and maintains confidentiality of child's records.
o Complete and maintain session notes and progress reports as required.
o Coordinate and collaborate with other therapists, teachers and parents on intervention strategies as needed.
o Attend in-service training for professional development.
o Collaborate with supervisors about child's progress and issues.

Cheerleading Coach, Lousia County High School Fall 2017 – Present

o Develop a regular practice schedule and organize practice time to provide both individual and team development.
o Hold organizational meetings for team prospects and encourage students to participate.
o Assess skills and assign team positions.
o Monitor the academic performance of team members to ensure that eligibility requirements are met; as well as
maintain eligibility forms, emergency data cards, insurance records, equipment inventory, and other related records.
o Work with the Athletic Director and scheduling facilities for practices and events.
o Coach and instruct cheerleaders, individually or in groups, regarding the rules, regulations, equipment, and
techniques of the sport.
Graduate Assistant, Longwood University Department of Special Education Fall 2016 – Spring 2017
o Responsible for the administrative and applied professional practice within the Special
Education Department.
o Supervised and instructed students in the Practicum in Reading & Partnership Program.
o Instructed classes as a Teaching Assistant in Behavior Management, Reading Methods and
General Special Education courses.
o Contributed support and ideas in the writing of grants for Buckingham County.
o Coordinated and organized the campus-wide event, Youth Advocacy Discussion Panel.
o Academic advisor for first, second, third and fourth year students.
o Director of the re-structuring of the Hull Education Center Curriculum Library.
o Contributed ideas and input at Special Education Department meetings.
Peer Mentor, Longwood University Office of First Year Experience Spring 2014 – Spring 2016
o Led and instructed a group of 20-25 first year students during Orientation, New Lancer Days and in the
Longwood Seminar Course for 16 weeks.
o Designed and implemented the Longwood Seminar Course Curriculum for first year students.
o Collaborated with other Peer Mentors, RAs, faculty and staff to enhance the new student experience.
o Facilitated small groups of students and parents, and helped them navigate the campus during
New Lancer Days.
o Designed and implemented an online program for incoming students, titled The 1839 Experience.
o Assisted with the design, selection and facilitation of programs during New Lancer Days.
o Fostered a sense of community and trust in the classroom by modeling appropriate risk-taking and
o Assisted in developing an inclusive classroom environment that is open to all points of view.
o Served as a role model exhibiting enthusiasm, motivation, and involvement.
Recreation Supervisor, Hanover County Parks and Recreation Spring 2015 – Summer 2017
o Coordinated a summer recreation program for 125 children between the ages of 6
and 12 years old.
o Facilitated a 2-day staff training event prior to the beginning of the recreation program.
o Supervised and evaluated staff of 10-25 Recreation Aides, Therapeutic Recreation Aides and
Leaders in Training.
o Facilitated staff meetings and training as needed.
o Collaborated and communicated with staff, parents, school administrators, and guests as related
to the summer recreation program.
o Maintained accurate records and reports which included, but was not limited to, attendance, program
reports/evaluations, staff reports/evaluations, transmittal of funds, accident reports, discipline
reports, equipment/supply inventory.
o Led programs, activities or special events with children participating in the summer recreation
program. Program areas might include sports & games, arts & crafts, nature, music, and/or drama.
Infant and Child CPR & AED, American Heart Association June 2013 – June 2019
Basic First Aid, American Heart Association June 2013 – June 2019


Team LCPS MVP January 2018
Graduate Student Association, Director Fall 2016 – Spring 2017
Cum Laude Graduate May 2016
First Year Experience Student Advocate, Award Recipient Spring 2015, Spring 2016
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society in Education, Member Fall 2013 – Spring 2016