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Manager Teacher

Phenix City, AL
March 11, 2020

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William Gerhard Hans Brooks

Education/ Leadership

Curriculum and Systemic Change

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Phenix city AL 36867

Home: 334-***-**** Cell: 706-***-****



Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, Georgia EdD, Educational Leadership, 1998

Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida EdD, Curriculum and Systemic Change, 1996

Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, Georgia Masters, Gifted Education, 1989

Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia

Masters of Education, 1976

Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia

Bachelor of Science in Education, 1972

Georgia Department of Education Board Certification: Educational Leadership (K-12)

Elementary Grades (1 - 8)

Gifted (K - 12)

Middle Grades (4 - 8)

Georgia Teacher Evaluation Program, Segments 1-12, Certified Bibb County Leadership Development Program Graduate Praxis Exam - Administration, scored 680

NTE, scored 1290


Kleening Kompany, LLC 2007-2014

Apartment restoration and cleaning of vacated apartments servicing apartments for Woodruff Property Management Inc, Thayer Property Management, Independence Properties Inc

Apartment Animal Rescue Program NPO, 2006 -2010

Rescuing animals given up or abandoned by owners of apartments in Columbus and Phenix City for rehab and relocation to suitable homes Phenix City Intermediate School 2006-2007

Language Arts Instructor Seventh Grade

Academic Team Coach/Chess Team Sponsor

Marietta City School District 2005-2006

Gifted Coordinator and Testing Coordinator/ Gifted 3-5 Adv Ma Instructor Academic Team Coach

Gwinnett County School District 2001- 2005

Gifted Instructor Six, Seventh and Eighth Grade Language Arts Academic Team Sponsor/Coach

Walmart, Monroe Georgia, 2001-2002

Garden Shop, Support Support Supervisor– ICS – Part time Walton County Board of Education, Monroe, Georgia, Oct-May 2000-2001 Interim Assistant Principal Monroe High School

Coordinator SST process 9-12

Coordinator ISS programing and ISS relief

Coordinator GHSGT, ASVAB, PSAT Testing 9-12

Substitute Teacher Coordinator

School Attendance and Discipline 9-12

10/11 Grade discipline

GTEP Teacher Evaluation of 25+ staff members

School Improvement Planning Co chair

Supervisor for Vocational Staff

Instructional Improvement Planning Co Chair

Coordinator Partners in Education and Community Liaison Student of the Quarter Recognition Coordinator

Curriculum Committee Representative

Government Employee Insurance Company, Macon, Georgia, 1998-2000 Insurance Adjustor- Claims Service Representative

Manage claims from 15 state region for GEICO-evenings weekends Mercer University School of Education, Macon, Georgia, 1996-1999 Adjunct Professor of Undergraduate and Graduate Education Studies Instructor of Education 682 Advanced Studies in Social Science Instructor of Education 623 Curriculum Design and Development Instructor of Education 430 Teaching Social Studies Bibb County Board of Education, Macon, Georgia, 1981-Present McEvoy Middle School

Gifted Education Instructor

Manage $5000 for gifted students.

Designed and developed a computer assisted instructional program for identified at-risk gifted seventh and eighth grade students.

Implemented original strategy for improving parent involvement in the gifted middle school program.

Facilitate identification of gifted students and design appropriate curriculum delivery models for middle school and high school.

Developed and coordinated parent and student support program for gifted and general population of middle school.

Severed as liaison between Bibb County gifted association and community. Talent Search Committee Chairman for Gifted and Talented McEvoy Leadership Team Representative McEvoy Middle School. Junior Beta Club Faculty Sponsor

Managed $5,000 budgets and fund raising for the Beta organization. Responsible for organizing and facilitating the Georgia State Junior Beta academic competition.

Organized and facilitate leadership program activities for middle schools BETA members.

Developed school based activities to practice parliamentary procedure skills, speaking skills, and social awareness for middle school.

Initiated use of technology and long distance collaboration in state organization activities for middle school beta members to improve communication, commitment, and political process.

Facilitated middle school student in election to office of BETA state secretary. Flyers Road Racing Team Sponsor/Coach

Manage $4000 budget for Flyers Team.

Provide mentoring and modeling behavior for middle school students to instill discipline, training, and competition.

Utilized developmentally appropriate training and exercise to develop self efficacy in each athlete.

Offer opportunities for student to develop vision, confidence, and foster an active orientation in middle school.

Provided leadership training for Flyers running club which led to school winning city championship.

Appling Middle School and Northeast High School

Gifted Education Instructor

Expanded program service for gifted from 6 to 55 Northeast High School students.

Developed scope and sequence for instruction for 65 students in grade seven through twelve.

Sponsored academic and math teams for 20-30 middle school students. Varsity Soccer Coach

Coached first soccer team at Northeast High School. Facilitated 24 member team of high school students in earning recognition for their discipline and effort from competitor’s, spectator, and parents. Guided same team in winning city championship during fourth year of high school.

Provided opportunity for two high school students to receive soccer scholarships. Varsity Track and Cross Country Coach

Served as coach for championship cross country and track teams. Served as soccer and track coach at World Scholar Athlete Games of Rhode Island for 1993-1995.

Guided and trained female triathlete who placed second in southeast region for Ironkids and placed tenth in National Ironkids Championships in San Antonio, Texas. Served as volunteer trainer and training partner for 18 high school boys and girls that qualified for state championships for four years.

Instrumental in securing invitational for a Northeast High School female student to participate for three years in World Scholar Athlete Games of Rhode Island. Joseph Clisby Fine Arts Magnet School

Sixth and Seventh Grade Classroom Instructor

Computerized instruction for sixth grade classes across the curriculum. Developed appropriate instructional activities and curriculum for drama, music, and puppetry classes for Clisby Fine Arts Magnet Elementary School. Designed and directed annual dramatic and musical productions. Co-authored grant form computer equipment and designed lab set up Clisby Fine Arts Magnet Elementary School.

Responsible for coordinating annual field day activities for 485 students (K-7). Served as PAGE representative for 29 Clisby staff members to state and national conferences.

Math Team and Quiz Bowl Team Faculty Sponsor

Coached and trained math team of 50 elementary students. Coached academic team of 35 student.

Organized academic team invitational competitions for area elementary schools. Achieved top 10 national ranking in elementary division. Hunt Magnet School

Seventh Grade Classroom and Physical Education Instructor Developed and modeled physical education program for K-7 Hunt Elementary school.

Designed Hunt Elementary P. E. Program that was highlighted at Georgia Association of Physical and Health Educators Conference.

River North Country Club, Aquatics Director, Macon, Georgia, 1987-1989. Responsible for $15,000 budget for staff, maintenance and public relations. Supervised swimming instruction and competitive swimming program for 300 youth and adults.

Coordinated swim meets for middle Georgia clubs and teams at River North Country Club.

Renovated River North Country Club pool facility for 800 members. Improved attendance and service with proactive involvement in needs assessment project.

Bibb County Recreation Department, Macon, Georgia, 1982-1985. Pool Manager

Responsible for training and supervising eight employees for Macon Recreation Department Aquatic Center.

Trained and supervised five employees and a swimming instruction program for Macon Aquatic Center.

Soccer Program Director

Organized the soccer program for the Bibb County Recreation Department. Served a referee for tournament championships in Columbus and Macon. Responsible for smooth facilitation of scheduled activities for grounds, equipment, referees, and players Bibb County Recreational Soccer League. Provided spring board and model for Macon area independent soccer league. Improved attendance and service with proactive involvement in needs assessment and renovation projects.

Tinder Box Tobacco Store, 1985- 1987

Assistant Manager-Sales

Prudential Insurance Company Manager, Columbus, Georgia, 1980 - 1981 Sales, Service, District Manager Trainee

Muscogee County Recreation Department, Aquatic Director, Columbus, Georgia, 1978 - 81 Managed pool facilities which included $125,000 budget for Columbus Aquatic Center. Muscogee County Board of Education, Columbus, Georgia, 1972 - 1980 Acting Assistant Principal, Sixth and Seventh Grade Classroom Instructor Responsible for supervising delivery of Social Science and English curriculum to 750 students at Dimon Elementary School.

Served as chair on Muscogee County Science curriculum, book adoption, and report card committees.

Founded gifted instruction for identified students in Muscogee County for physical education.

Soccer, Basketball, Track, Swimming Coach

Started competitive Sports program at Dimon Elementary School . The school teams won several city championships the following years. Staff Development Instructor

Taught staff development on “Reason and Tolerance” for Muscogee County . Wrote a curriculum guide for Physical Education Instruction for Muscogee County.

Sears, Manager Trainee, Columbus Georgia, 1976-1978 Worked as Associate Supervisor in Clothing, Sporting Goods, Hardware, Housewares

East Muscogee County Boys Club, Assistant Director, Columbus, Georgia, 1971-1976 Supervised and trained seven employees Columbus Boys Club. Developed and facilitated all athletic, crafts, and aquatic programs for 680 boys. Administered $100,000 budget for East Columbus Boys Club in conjunction with board of directors.

Improved East Columbus Boys Club program and facility through progressive leadership.

Won recreation league city championships in basketball and soccer. First recreation league team out of Atlanta to qualify for state tournament. Organized, referred, and coach first recreation league soccer teams of Muscogee County.

Served as treasure for Columbus Referee Organization. USAAFS Post Exchange, Garden Center/Sporting Goods Manager Trainee, Ft Benning Georgia, 1964-1970

Supervising Cashier, Receiving Clerk, Stock Control Clerk Display and Sign Manager for all Ft Benning PX Branches Awards and Honors


Runner-up Georgia State Gifted Teacher of the Year -1999 Georgia Association for Gifted Children- Outstanding Curriculum of the Year Award-1998 Georgia Council for Social Studies- Outstanding Teacher of the Year-1997 Georgia Middle School Association-Steering Committee-1996-1999 Gifted Teacher of the Year, Bibb County-1995

Economics Teacher of the Year, Bibb County, 1993

Bibb County School District for Math Building Coordinator, 1990 Who’s Who in Education, 1988-1999

Teacher of the Year, 1979 - Muscogee County

Honorary Life Membership Georgia PTA, 1976

Georgia Social Science Fairs Teacher Recognition Regional Award for Outstanding Leadership in Social Science, 1975

Community Service

Volunteer Track and Cross Country coach 1990 - 1999 Volunteer Macon - Bibb County and J. C. Penny Golden Award, 199*-****-****, 800, 400 meter Masters Georgia State Olympics Champion, 1993 -94-95 Vice-president-Bibb County Supporters for Gifted Children, 1991-1992 Macon - Bibb County Parks and Recreation Department Volunteer Award, 1988 Columbus Junior Police League Certificate of Appreciation, 1975 Muscogee County Certificate of Appreciation for Volunteer Gifted Program, 1974 Professional Societies and Organizations

Georgia Middle School Association - presenter and member Georgia Council for Social Studies- member

National Middle School Association- member

Association of Supervision and Curriculum Directors - member Professional Association of Georgia Educators -member National Education Association -member

Georgia Association for Gifted Children - presenter and member Bibb County Chapter Georgia Association for Gifted Children - officer and member Parent - Teachers Organization - member

Parent - Teacher Association - honorary life-time member Bibb County School Advisory Committee, Chairman

Effective School Committee, Chairman

Columbus College Alumni Association - member

Faith/Vineville Baptist Church, Sunday School Teacher and Choir Summerville Baptist Church, Sunday School Teacher, College and Careers Athletic Societies and Organizations

Macon Track Club

USA Track and Field Association

American Red Cross

American Soccer Association

Muscogee County Soccer Referee Association, Vice President Bibb County Soccer Referee Association, Treasurer

Federated International Football Association

International Scholar Athlete Games - Coach Soccer/Track International Senior Games - 1500 meter


Brooks, W.G.H. IDDA Curriculum Guide for Enrichment Instruction in Social Science, Zaner-Bloser, 1995. A 400 page guide of twelve individualized units for directing students in discovery and application of process skills in social science related curriculum. Brooks, W.G.H. “Improving Study Habits and Test-Taking Skills of Middle School Adolescents: Is it essential?” Becomings, Vol 7, No. 1, Fall 1995. Brooks, W.G.H. “Using Computer Assisted Learning to Improve the Academic Performance of At-Risk Gifted Middle School Students,” ERIC Document, Nova Southeastern University, June 1995.

Brooks, W.G.H. “Using a Three Level Model for Improving Parent Involvement in Middle School Gifted Education Programming,” ERIC Document, Nova Southeastern University, 1996. Brooks, W.G.H. “Using a Three-level Model for Improving Parent Involvement in Middle School Programs,” National Middle School Journal, 1995.


“Invent a Futuristic Community: Independent Developmental Discovery Approach,” Geogia Association for Gifted Children 22nd Annual State Conference, Athens, Georgia, March 1999.

“Invent a Futuristic Community: Independent Developmental Discovery Approach,” Geogia Association for Gifted Children 20th Annual State Conference, Athens, Georgia, March 1997.

“Invent a Georgia Colony: Independent Developmental Discovery Approach,” Georgia Association for Gifted Children State Conference, Athens, Georgia, March 1996.

“Using a Three-level Participation Model for Improving Parental Involvement in Middle School Programing,” Georgia Supporters for the Gifted Children State Conference, Athens, Georgia, March 1996.

“Improving Test Taking Skills and Study Habits on Content Related Assessment for Middle School At-Risk Students,” Georgia Supporters for the Gifted State Conference, Athens, Georgia, March 1995.

Excellent Schools Program Parent Workshops, 1994 - 1999. Wesleyan College Math and Science Forum for Education, Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, 1983-86.


Technology Grant Proposal-Georgia Department of Education IDDA Curriculum Grant Proposal-Georgia Department of Education Break The Mold School Grant Proposal-Georgia Department of Education

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