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Cynthia Poole, Chair

Scholarship & Endowment Committees
  • Email:

    cpoole@aecsda.com

  • Phone:

    610.326.4610 ext 311

OBJECTIVE:  To provide administrative and curriculum support to existing schools in need of educational reform as they prepare students and staff to fulfill their potentials in a rapidly evolving technological oriented society. EXPERIENCE   Kramer Middle School - District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), Washington, D.C. Principal 1998 -2001: Effected leadership in instructional program development and evaluation.

  • Initiated and established programs that enabled students to master academic skills before being o Facilitated the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared and supported by the school community.
Implemented America's Choice School Design to increase academic performance and achievement.
  • Advocated, nurtured, and sustained a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning and staff professional
  • Maintained and delegated lines of authority.
Encouraged innovations, experiments, and research for improvement of instructional program.
  • Aided in identifying and selecting o Supervised and evaluated staff.
  • Engaged in public relations activities to maximize community understanding and participation in educational
Marie Reed Learning Center,   Washington, DC Assistant  Principal 1995- 1998
  • Monitored and supervised accountability as it relates to accurate reporting of financial accounts (DAPS, SAF), evaluation data on student performance, and staff
  • Developed and implemented testing o Organized professional development training.
  • Assisted in the process of upgrading instructional
Assisted in maintaining a safe and secure learning environment. Spingarn Senior High School Assistant Principal  1994 1995,  Washington, DC
  • Monitored and supervised accountability as it relates to accurate reporting of DAPS accounts, evaluation data on student performance, and staff
  • Assisted in the implementation of the educational and testing o Assisted in the process of upgrading instructional delivery.
Assisted in maintaining a safe and secure learning environment. Division  of Student Services,   Washington, DC Coordinator of Out-of-Boundary  Transfers/  Student Discipline 1991 1994
  • Assisted in establishing guidelines and procedures for the Out-of-Boundary Process fonnerly in use in
  • Developed applications, collected, monitored and maintained students' request to attend schools outside designated attendance
  • Logged requests and detennined dispensation. Responded to all
  • Received and responded to requests for authorization for administrators to initiate disciplinary measures for students who were in violation of student disciplinary
 Senior High Division, Washington, DC Assistant   to the Assistant  Superintendent   1989 199I
  • Assisted in monitoring, supporting and supervising the senior high school programs in
  • Monitored the out-of-boundary process, data management system for students (SIMS), parental complaints, and other duties as
Represented the assistant superintendent at various ceremonies, meetings, committees, and functions. Director   of  the Senate Page School:   Monitored and supervised academic program.    Supervised and evaluated instructional staff. Region A:  Assistant to the Assistant Superintendent  1988 1989,  Washington, DC Assisted in monitoring, supporting and supervising the 42 schools of Region A. Garrison Elementary School:  Classroom Teacher. Head Teacher and Building Resource Teacher  1967 1988  Washington, DC EDUCATION:  George Washington University, Washington, DC Doctoral candidate in Educational Administration.   Completed course work and comprehensive examinations. Bowie State University:  MA, Educational  Administration and Curriculum,  Bowie, MD Columbia Union College:  BA Elementary Education/Spanish Minor Elementary  Education Certification,  Takoma Park, MD   SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/TRAINING Harvard University:  Leadership and the New Technologies National Middle School Association  (NMSA)  Mathematics Standards National Center on Education and the Economy  (NCEE)  National  Conference Mid-Atlantic Eisenhower  Consortium  on Mathematics Haberman  STAR  Teacher Selection  Interview Training

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