Judi Frampton Hedstrom**** *. ******* *****
Buckeye, AZ 85396480-***-****
School counselor, Elementary Teacher, prevention programs, youth development, any related field, or something new and challenging
Litchfield Elementary School District - 553 Plaza Circle
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340 - (623) ***-****
*Substitute Teacher at Verrado Middle and Elementary Schools
Campfire USA - 5110 North 40th Street, Suite 107 Phoenix, AZ 85018602-***-****
September 2006-September 2007
Gilbert School District-140 S. Gilbert Rd. Gilbert, AZ 85296
*Elementary substitute teacher
Harmony Christian School- 1790 Rte.211E, Middletown, New York, 10941845-***-****
September 2005-June 2006
*Taught middle school English (grades 6-7)
*Taught eighth grade English language Arts Prep class
*Taught sixth grade study skills
*Taught K-5 Computer Lab
Valley Central Schools(845-***-****
), Harmony Christian(Kevin Barry 845-***-****
) and Chapel Field Christian Schools (Ms. E. Waltz 845-***-****
September 2004-June 2005
*Substitute teacher for all grade levels K-12
Rosslyn Academy -PO Box 14146,Nairobi,Kenya, www.RosslynAcademy.com
July 2002 - Feb. 2004
*Implemented a counseling program at this International Christian school
*Counselor for grades K-12
*Implemented Character Education (Character Counts!) in elementary school
*Taught Guidance classes in K-8.
*Taught Psychology class at the High School
*Provided crisis counseling, small groups K-12
*Implemented a Love and Logic Parenting Class
*Served on the admissions team and IEP team
Anne Moroney Youth Services -1950 North Okmulgee, Okmulgee, Oklahoma,74447,918-***-****
August 2001 - June 2002
*Community Education Coordinator for Okmulgee County
*Implemented Character Counts! in elementary schools
*Provided individual and small counseling in several schools in Okmulgee County
*Taught Love and Logic parenting classes
*Coordinated and ran summer enrichment classes
Hughson Unified School District- 7600 Fox Road, Hughson, California,95326209-***-****
July 1999 - July 2001
*Healthy Start Coordinator and Retention Prevention Coordinator - *Managed a $300,000 Federal grant
*Chaired a community collaborative group whose responsibility was to implement programs for children and families in the community
*Established an after school enrichment program
*Coordinated and taught parenting classes
*Collaborated with County social services to provide services for welfare to work clients
*Collaborated with California State University Stanislaus to provide tutoring services for middle and high school students
*Provided staff in-services
Hughson Unified School District
July 1992 - June 1999 Elementary and Middle School Counselor Hughson, California
*Provided individual and small group counseling services to students
*IEP team member
*Taught parenting classes
*Taught abstinence based sex education classes to middle school students
*Established and coordinated conflict management program
*Established and taught Character Counts!
*Provided teacher in-services
Ceres Unified School District-2503 Lawrence Street, Ceres, California 95307,209-***-****
September 1989 - August 1991 Elementary School Intern Counselor Ceres, CA
*Provided individual and small group counseling services
*IEP team member
After graduation from college and prior to 1989, I taught fulltime and as a substitute at various levels of Elementary School, including preschool at private schools and for California Migrant Education.
*California State University Stanislaus - Pupil Personnel Services Credential
May 1991 - Turlock, Ca
This is a graduate level certificate required for counseling in public schools in California. I completed most of the graduate classes required for a Masters in Educational Counseling. I have more than 50 graduate level courses and am willing to complete a Masters if required for a position.
*Southern Nazarene University (Bethany) - BS Education
August 1971 - Bethany, Oklahoma
*Henryetta High School Graduated May 1967 Henryetta, Oklahoma
Arizona Substitute Teaching Credential
California Pupil Personnel Services Credential
New York Pupil Personnel Services Credential
Association of Christian Schools International Teaching Credential
Certificate of Completion for Activity-Based Counseling and Play Therapy- Southwest Missouri State University
I have taught pre-school through high school. During the years that I was at home with my children, I volunteered many hours working in classrooms, taking leadership roles in parent- teacher groups, and served on the Turlock Elementary School Board for six years.
I went back to school in 1988 and earned my Pupil Personnel Services credential in 1991.
My work and volunteerism in a variety of educational experiences has contributed to my preparation for many educational and counseling related jobs.
In addition to teaching children, I have taught numerous parenting classes. My counseling experiences include classroom presentations, group and individual counseling and extensive involvement in Student Study Teams, Family Success Teams and the development of Individual Educational Plans. I have initiated and developed a Character Education Program in several schools. I have also developed and taught Conflict Management Programs.
As the Healthy Start Coordinator, I developed and initiated an after school program for both elementary and middle school students. I facilitated a Collaborative team, participated in public relations activities, supervised employees, and managed a budget for a $300,000 federal grant. I have also written two grants, one that was funded in March 2001. I have extensive experience in program development for youth and families and am especially interested in prevention programs. I am a qualified trainer for Youth Asset Development, a project of Search Institute. I am also a Certified instructor for Healthy Families.
I have experience working with children with developmental disabilities and have 16 hours of graduate work in Special Education. My greatest strength is building relationships with people of all ages. I am a passionate learner and love to share with others what I have learned. I am able to successfully perform in multi-task situations, effectively supervise people, express thoughts and ideas with clarity, and I relate well with children and adults in both a teaching and counseling environment. I feel that I am a person with vision and I love a challenge.
Personal Accomplishments and Interests
My greatest accomplishments in life are my children. I have two sons, one who is in his third year of Seminary and one who died in the Texas A&M Bonfire accident in November 1999. I am married to my best friend, Dan. I also have four stepchildren and nine adorable grandchildren.
My passion is helping young people to discover their God-given gifts and
talents and to use them in a way that assists them in becoming healthy, productive adults.
I consider the work I have done in establishing counseling programs, several prevention programs, enrichment and after-school programs in schools in the United States and Africa as my greatest professional accomplishments. Through these programs, I believe that I have had a small part in helping to create change that has positively impacted children's lives.
In 1991, I was honored as the outstanding student in the Department of Education Counseling Program at California State University Stanislaus.
I have been a guest speaker for a Campus Crusade retreat for students from UC Davis, and have been a guest speaker for other church related events.
My time in Africa was the fulfillment of a dream that began when I was nine years old. Working with International students has created a desire to learn more about working with third culture kids. My experiences living and working in a foreign culture have greatly enriched my personal and professional life. I am open to new challenges and perhaps even moving into something a bit different professionally.
My hobbies include hiking, biking, reading, and cooking. I also enjoy creative writing and have a goal of writing a book.