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School Principal

Location:
Milwaukee, WI
Salary:
110000.00
Posted:
November 29, 2020

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Resume of

EVELYN RESTO, ED.D.

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

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211

adh7yp@r.postjobfree.com

414-***-**** Home Phone

262-***-**** Work Phone

414-***-**** Cell Phone

Education and Credentials

Nova Southeastern University – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Doctor of Education

May 2000

University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Master of Science Degree in Cultural Foundations of Education August 1985

University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Spanish

May 1981

In addition to the above, engaged in coursework for professional growth and license renewal. Licenses

Director of Instruction License - Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, Expires June 2022 Principal License - Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, Expires June 2022 Bilingual School Counselor License - Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, Expires June 2022 Spanish Teacher License - Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, Expires June 2022 Elementary Teacher License – Grade 1 through Grade 8, Expires June 2022 Bilingual Elementary Teacher License – Grade 1 through Grade 8, Expires June 2022 Additional Certification

Teachscape/Danielson Certified, May 2019

ALICE Instructor Certification, August 2017

Core Competencies

Instructional Best Practices

Reflective Feedback on Administrative and Instructional Focuses School Marketing

School Procedures Development

Strategies for Working With Difficult People

Teacher Advisement and Support

Teacher Leadership Development

Teacher Performance Improvement and Enhancement

Teacher Skills Assessment

Work Environment Enhancement

Additional Competency

Fluent in Spanish (Oral and Written)

EVELYN RESTO, ED.D.

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Professional Experience

DIRECTING PRINCIPAL

Janes Elementary School

Racine Unified School District - Racine, Wisconsin

• Increased overall Forward Exam scores from 61.5% to 81.4% during the 2016-2017 school year, a 19.9-point increase, moving Janes Elementary School from the meets few expectations to the exceeds expectations category.

• Improved Forward Exam results 3.1 points during 2017-2018 school year to an overall score of 84.5%, putting Janes Elementary into the significantly exceeds expectations.

• Implemented programs and planned and directed activities to ensure attainment of the school’s missions.

• Articulated the school’s mission to the community and solicited support in the fulfillment of the mission.

• Provided leadership in the development, implementation, and monitoring of school improvement plans.

• Identified, analyzed, and applied research findings (e.g., effective school correlates) to promote school improvement.

• Provided leadership to support the teaching process which included establishing and maintaining the school learning environment, organizing classes to meet student needs, and establishing guidelines for appropriate student conduct.

• Planned, organized, directed, and evaluated all school activities in accordance with policies and procedures of the Racine Unified School District Board of Education, directives of the Superintendent of Schools, and other Administrator Service Center personnel..

• Implemented programs designed to meet the specific needs of the school within established administrative guidelines.

• Defined expectations for staff performance with regard to instructional strategies, classroom management, and communication with the public.

• Observed and evaluated the performance of teachers, support staff, educational assistants, secretaries, and the custodian.

• Provided instructional support, resources and materials for the instructional staff, helpful in accomplishing school improvement plan goals.

• Planned and implemented appropriate orientation, professional development opportunities, and ongoing support for staff.

• Conferred with individual staff members regarding their professional growth and worked in concert with them to develop and accomplish performance improvement goals.

• Recommended teachers, support staff, and educational assistants to the Department of Human Resources for appointment/assignment.

• Provided supervision of students, teachers, support staff, and educational assistants.

• Ensured the implementation and monitoring of numerous instructional programs within the school, i.e., Title I, Title II, Readers Workshop/Writers Workshop, and Special Education.

• Managed budgets including Board, Comprehensive Literacy, Title I, and Title III.

• Ensured that school program operations were consistent with the approved grants and complied with grant rules and regulations.

• Advanced theory and practice in research methodology and application, curriculum mapping, instruction and assessment, and collaborative curriculum development.

• Coordinated curriculum development and monitored the implementation of the curriculum through various methods including walk-through observations and monitoring conferences.

• Served as the liaison between the school and the central administration.

• Monitored instructional and managerial processes to ensure that program activities directly related to expected program outcomes; used findings to take corrective actions.

• Participated as a member of the school governance group.

• Established and implemented an incentive program for high level student achievement and positive student conduct.

2016 to Present

EVELYN RESTO, ED.D.

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DIRECTING PRINCIPAL (Continued)

Janes Elementary School

Racine Unified School District - Racine, Wisconsin

• Led the development and refinement of the philosophies and operating procedures of the school in consonance with policies, procedures, directives and guidelines of the Racine Unified School District Board of Education and communicated the same to school personnel, parents and the surrounding community.

• Communicated and promoted expectations for high-level performance to staff and students.

• Ensured that school rules were uniformly observed and that student discipline was appropriately and equitably dispensed in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct and student handbook.

• Fostered parent understanding and interest in school programs and activities and encouraged parent involvement through parent-teacher meetings, parent education programs, reviewing of the school improvement plan, providing strategies for working with their children, communiques, home visits, school programs, phone calls, and other contact opportunities.

• Mentored three teachers, held monthly review meetings to assist them in meeting their requirements under PI-34, and provided ongoing advisement and support as needed.

• Maintained contacts with community, civic, municipal, state agencies, and other interested groups and individuals to ensure positive and timely communication.

• Coordinated and supervised support activities, e.g., Lighted School House, school lunch program, and recreational activities.

• Ensured a high level of staff involvement in the decision-making process in matters that involved the educational program as well as the work environment.

• Prepared and/or supervised the preparation of reports and maintenance of records required by the Racine Unified School District Board of Education and regulatory agencies.

• Participated in seminars, conferences, workshops, and other professional development opportunities directly related to school improvement initiatives and professional growth.

• Managed the day-to-day operations of the school.

• Reviewed school practices and activities for operational effectiveness and efficiency; took action to improve the school’s effectiveness and efficiency in light of long-range objectives defined by the Racine Unified School District Board of Education, the Superintendent of Schools and other district personnel.

• Ensured that attention was provided to the beautification and maintenance of the school.

• Sought and secured business partnerships for the school.

• Kept abreast of changes and new developments in the field of education through reading professional journals and publications.

• Served as the official keeper of student records for the school.

• Fostered collegiality and team building among staff members.

• Ensured quarterly recognition and provided frequent incentives for students with high levels of achievement and attendance.

• Recognized staff members for their school-related achievements via Encore Awards.

• Ensured the effective and quick resolution of conflicts among students and staff.

• Conducted safety drill activities.

• Performed other duties assigned and delegated by the Superintendent of Schools and the Chief of Schools.

PRINCIPAL

Anna F. Doerfler K-8 School

Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

• Implemented programs and planned and directed activities to ensure attainment of the school’s missions.

• Articulated the school’s mission to the community and solicited support in the realization and fulfillment of the mission.

1999 - 2003

EVELYN RESTO, ED.D.

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PRINCIPAL (Continued)

Anna F. Doerfler K-8 School, Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

• Provided leadership in the development, implementation, and monitoring of school improvement plans.

• Identified, analyzed, and applied research findings (e.g., effective school correlates) to promote school improvement.

• Provided leadership to support the teaching process which included establishing and maintaining the school learning environment, organizing classes to meet student needs, and establishing guidelines for appropriate student conduct.

• Planned, organized, directed, and evaluated all school activities in accordance with policies and procedures of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors, directives of the Superintendent of Schools, and other central services directors.

• Implemented programs designed to meet the specific needs of the school within established administrative guidelines.

• Defined expectations for staff performance with regard to instructional strategies, classroom management, and communication with the public.

• Observed and evaluated the performance of teachers, assistant principals, support staff, cook manager, educational assistants, secretaries, and the engineer.

• Provided instructional support, resources and materials for the instructional staff, helpful in accomplishing school improvement plan goals.

• Planned and implemented appropriate orientation, professional development opportunities, and ongoing support for staff.

• Conferred with individual staff members regarding their professional growth and worked in concert with them to develop and accomplish performance improvement goals.

• Recommended teachers, assistant principals, support staff, and educational assistants to the Department of Human Resources for appointment/assignment.

• Provided supervision of students, teachers, assistant principals, support staff, and educational assistants.

• Ensured the implementation and monitoring of numerous instructional programs within the school, i.e., Title I, Title II, SAGE, Comprehensive Literacy, and Special Education.

• Eliminated a six-figure budget deficit from a previous administration and carried over a budget surplus at the end of the same school year to support teaching and learning the following year.

• Managed budgets including Board, Comprehensive Literacy, Title I, Title II, Title III, SAGE, and Special Education.

• Guided the development of an innovative school scheduling program that addressed student needs and facilitated balancing of the budget.

• Facilitated the implementation of the Comprehensive Mathematics Plan and Comprehensive Literacy Plan.

• Ensured that school program operations were consistent with the approved grants and complied with grant rules and regulations.

• Advanced theory and practice in research methodology and application, curriculum mapping, instruction and assessment, and collaborative curriculum development.

• Coordinated curriculum development and monitored the implementation of the curriculum through various methods including walk-through observations and monitoring conferences.

• Served as the liaison between the school and the central administration.

• Monitored instructional and managerial processes to ensure that program activities directly related to expected program outcomes; used findings to take corrective actions.

• Collaborated with the MPS Nutritional Services Department to improve food services for students and ensure fiscal responsibility.

• Participated as a member of the school governance council.

• Established and implemented an incentive program for high level student achievement and positive student conduct.

• Led the development and refinement of the philosophies and operating procedures of the school in consonance with policies, procedures, directives and guidelines of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors and communicated the same to school personnel, parents and the surrounding community. EVELYN RESTO, ED.D.

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PRINCIPAL (Continued)

Anna F. Doerfler K-8 School, Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

• Communicated and promoted expectations for high-level performance to staff and students.

• Ensured that school rules were uniformly observed and that student discipline was appropriately and equitably dispensed in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct and student handbook.

• Fostered parent understanding and interest in school programs and activities and encouraged parent involvement through parent-teacher meetings, parent education programs, reviewing of the school improvement plan, providing strategies for working with their children, communiques, home visits, school programs, phone calls, and other contact opportunities.

• Mentored three teachers, held monthly review meetings to assist them in meeting their requirements under PI-34, and provided ongoing advisement and support as needed.

• Maintained contacts with community, civic, municipal, state agencies, and other interested groups and individuals to ensure positive and timely communication.

• Coordinated and supervised support activities, e.g., school lunch program, extended-day tutoring, and recreational activities.

• Ensured a high level of staff involvement in the decision-making process in matters that involved the educational program as well as the work environment.

• Prepared and/or supervised the preparation of reports and maintenance of records required by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors and regulatory agencies.

• Participated in seminars, conferences, workshops, and other professional development opportunities directly related to school improvement initiatives and professional growth.

• Managed the day-to-day operations of the school.

• Reviewed school practices and activities for operational effectiveness and efficiency; took action to improve the school’s effectiveness and efficiency in light of long-range objectives defined by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors, the Superintendent of Schools and other district directors.

• Ensured that attention was provided to the beautification and maintenance of the school.

• Sought and secured business partnerships for the school.

• Kept abreast of changes and new developments in the field of education through reading professional journals and publications.

• Served as the official keeper of student records for the school.

• Fostered collegiality and team building among staff members.

• Ensured quarterly recognition and provided frequent incentives for students with high levels of achievement and attendance.

• Recognized staff members for their school-related achievements and contributions.

• Ensured the effective and quick resolution of conflicts among students and staff.

• Performed other duties assigned and delegated by the Superintendent of Schools, regional executive specialists, and administrative specialists.

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL IN CHARGE

Anna F. Doerfler K-8 School

Greenfield Bilingual School

Sholes Middle School

Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2009-2010

2004-2005

2002-2003

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Anna F. Doerfler K-8 School, Edison Middle School, Lincoln Center of the Arts, Metropolitan High School, Sholes Middle School, South Division High School Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1992 - 1999

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION GENERALIST - UNDERFILL

Service Delivery Area III, Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1989-1989

(7 months)

SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR

Edison Middle School, Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1987-1992

EVELYN RESTO, ED.D.

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BILINGUAL TEACHER

Edison Middle School, Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1986-1988

Other Professional Services

ADMINISTRATOR

Notre Dame School of Milwaukee, School Sisters of Notre Dame – Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2015-2016

TEACHER INDUCTION SPECIALIST, Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2013-2015 Dissertation

Evelyn Resto (2000). The Implementation of the Connected Mathematics Program in a Middle School

(Doctoral Dissertation, Nova Southeastern University). Publication

Evelyn Resto, Democracy and Education, Spanish Journal, July 1997, p. 163. Professional Committees and Panels

Various Interview Panels Office of Human Resources Principal Advisory Committee Professional Presentations

Data Analysis

Data WISE Dash Local

Six Traits Writing

Classroom Management

Comp. Literacy Plan

Differentiated Instruction

EdStat Process

Portfolios for Math

Teacher Evaluation Process

Danielson Teacher Effectiveness

Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports

Improving Student Achievement and Increasing

Student Engagement Through Quality Instruction

Doerfler School Budget and Staffing (PowerPoint)

Trauma Sensitive School Training

Present and Past Professional Memberships and Affiliations Administrators and Supervisors Council

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Dev.

Association of Wisconsin School Administrators

Cardinal Stritch University Alumni Assn.

Milwaukee Elementary School Principals Assn.

Milwaukee Public Schools Middle School Collaborative Milwaukee Teachers Education Association

National Association for Bilingual Education

University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee Alumni Assn.

Wisconsin Association for Bilingual Education

Community Involvement and Community Affiliations

Faith to Act Project, Board Member St. Robert’s Catholic Church, Committee Member Awards and Commendations

Racine Heritage Committee Education Award Nominee

Edison Middle School Outstanding Commitment

and Support Award

National Institute for School Leadership Certificate of Achievement

South Division High School Special Education Program 100% Compliance Recognition

REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.



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