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High School Sales Manager

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Hartsville, SC
Posted:
October 03, 2012

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CLARK REGINALD BALLARD

**** ******* *****

HARTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 29550

843-***-**** Home

843-***-**** Cell

843-***-**** Work

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EDUCATION:

The Citadel, 1992

Master of Education in Secondary Administration

Charleston, South Carolina

The University of Alabama, 1985

Bachelor of Science in Music Education

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Jefferson Davis High School, 1980

High School Diploma

Montgomery, Alabama

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

HEADMASTER AND LOWER SCHOOL PRINCIPAL - Emmanuel Christian School, Hartsville, South

Carolina, July 2009-Present. Responsible for scheduling, personnel (hiring, firing and

evaluations), admissions, athletics oversight, physical plant, discipline, budget,

purchasing, curriculum, technology, and policy development. There are presently 400

Students and 40+ Faculty and Staff.

ADMINISTRATOR AND HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL - Aiken Christian School, Aiken, South Carolina,

July 1998-June 2009. Responsible for scheduling, personnel (hiring, firing and

evaluations), admissions, athletics, physical plant, discipline, budget, purchasing,

curriculum, technology and computer maintenance, standardized testing and policy

development. 99+ Students and 17+ Full Time and Part Time Faculty and Staff.

ADMINISTRATOR, LOWER SCHOOL AND UPPER SCHOOL PRINCIPAL - Central Heights Christian

School, Mount Airy, Georgia, June 1994-June 1998. Responsible for scheduling, personnel

(hiring, firing, and evaluations), admissions, athletics, physical plant, discipline,

budget, purchasing, curriculum, standardized testing, and conducting high school band

program. 180+ Students and 20+ Faculty and Staff.

BAND DIRECTOR - Berkeley County Schools (Cainhoy High School), Huger, South Carolina,

January 1993-May 1994. Organized and carried out existing band curriculum for grades 6-12.

Promoted and conducted school wide performances and organized curriculum for band and

music appreciation classes. 50+ Students.

ADMINISTRATIVE INTERNSHIP -

The Citadel and Charleston County Schools (mostly Laing

Middle School), Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, Fall 1992. This was the final course for

completion of The Master of Education program at The Citadel. This involved 155 hours of

in-school time observing and performing administrative duties.

BAND DIRECTOR - Bullitt County Schools (Bullitt Central High School), Shepherdsville,

Kentucky, July 1991-June 1992. Organized curriculum for band, piano and guitar classes for

grades 9-12. Promoted and conducted school wide performances and participated in statewide

competitions. 100+ Students.

SALES MANAGER - Glenwood Power Equipment Inc., Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, June 1990-

June 1991. Assisted customers in purchase decisions reported and tabulated daily sales

figures and maintained merchandise control.

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CLARK REGINALD BALLARD (p.2)

BAND DIRECTOR - Charleston County Schools (Laing Middle School), Mount Pleasant, South

Carolina, June 1985-June 1990. Organized band curriculum for grades 6-8. Promoted and

conducted school wide

performances and participated in statewide competitions. Participated in judging band

events statewide, promoted and assisted the local high school marching band (Wando High

School). A member of the Local School Improvement Team 1986-1988. 200+ Band Students.

CERTIFICATION:

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA - Instrumental Music Education K-12 and Principal/Supervisor 6-

12, expired 6/2011

SOUTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS - Educational Administration and Music,

Advanced Professional Certificate, expires 10/31/2019

AFFILIATIONS:

Member and Deacon of Millbrook Baptist Church, Aiken, SC, 1999-2009

Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2002-Present

International Association of Christian School Administrators, 1995-2009

Governing Council and founding member of Faith Community Baptist Church, 1996-1998

Berkeley County Schools Leadership Development Program, 1993-1994

Member and Deacon of East Cooper Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant, SC, 1985-1994

Music Educators National Conference, 1985-1998

FAMILY HISTORY:

Clark Reginald Ballard - birthday February 20, 1962.

Jill Morton Ballard - wife, birthday November 25, 1964.

Married to Jill Morton Ballard on September 3, 1993, at East Cooper Baptist Church in Mt.

Pleasant, SC.

Children:

Evan Thomas Ballard - son, birthday July 11, 1998, 13 years old, adopted at 1 year s old

from Uchta, Russia, currently in the 7th grade.

Emily Ruth Ballard - daughter, birthday November 10, 1999, 12 years old, adopted at birth

from Charlotte, North Carolina, currently in the 6th grade.

SALVATION EXPERIENCE:

I dedicated my life to serving Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior, in August of 1972. I

believe that God calls us to be His children through the working of the Holy Spirit in our

lives. Each day I strive to walk in Holiness and Purity, before God and man, awaiting the

return of our Lord and Savior. I believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and

the final authority for the believer.

CHIRISTIAN EDUCATION CALLING:

I know that God has called me to a career of educating His children. The state of our

world urges us to educate a generation of children who are academically sound, hungry for

a relationship with Christ, spiritually wise, evangelistically oriented, and have

developed a biblical world view. This can only be accomplished through a Christ-centered

Christian education.

AVAILABLE: July 16, 2012 (Continued on p.3)

CLARK REGINALD BALLARD (p.3)

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY:

I believe that the only way to completely educate a child is in a Christian and Bible

based setting. Since God is the Creator of everything, it is essential that all are

introduced to Him, who He is, what He has done, and what He is doing. After being

introduced to Him and given the opportunity to accept Him, they need to be given the

opportunity to grow in their relationship with Him. All children (and adults) need to be

introduced and taught this concept of a God-centered and biblical worldview.

When academics are taught within the framework of a God (Christ) centered worldview, then

and only then can the total child be educated. This allows the teacher to touch the

social, emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of each child. Through the power of the

Holy Spirit the teacher can then be an agent used by the Holy Spirit to affect change in a

child s life.REFERENCES:

Mr. Perry Strickland

Emmanuel Christian School Committee Chairman

1525 East Home Avenue

Hartsville, South Carolina 29550

843-***-**** Home

843-***-**** Cell

Mr. Jimmy Beck III

Emmanuel Christian School High School Principal

1001 North Marquis Highway

Hartsville, South Carolina 29550

843-***-**** Work

843-***-**** Cell

Dr. Gary Colboch

Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church

949 North Marquis Highway

Hartsville, South Carolina 29550

843-***-**** Work

843-***-**** Cell

Mr. Edward Earwood

South Carolina Association of Christian Schools, Executive Director

615 Saint Andrews Road

Columbia, South Carolina 29210

803-***-**** Work

Mr. Larry Watt

South Carolina Independent School Association, Executive Director

Post Office Drawer 690

Orangeburg, South Carolina 29116

803-***-**** Work

Dr. Stephen Reel

Superintendent Southside Christian School

2211 Woodruff Road

Simpsonville, South Carolina 29681

864-***-**** Work

Additional references are available upon request



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