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Adminstrator/Teacher

Location:
Lafayette, LA
Posted:
March 07, 2022

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Mary M. Qualey

*** ******** ***.

New Iberia, LA 70563

337-***-****

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Education

Administrative License May 2009

Gardner-Webb University 4.0 GPA

Certified Journalism Educator November 2004

Journalism Education Association 3.5 GPA

M.A., English/Supervisor of Student Teachers December 1997 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 3.3 GPA

English Courses 3.5 GPA

B.A., English Education/Journalism Minor December 1991 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 2.7 GPA

English Courses 3.3 GPA

Administrative Experience

Carencro High School and Northside High School 2021- Present Itinerant Assistant Principal

Lafayette, LA

Carencro High School 2013-2021

Principal 2016-2021

Assistant Principal 2013-2016

Lafayette, LA

Responsibilities include overseeing academic issues for all teachers as well as providing professional development for all academic areas. Served as Interim Principal from April to June 2016. Selected as principal in July 2016.

North Forsyth High School 2010-2013

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Responsibilities include overseeing and organizing state and district testing as well as professional learning communities and Single School Culture and Plato program. School of Biotechnology 2009-2010

School of Computer Technology

School of Pre-Engineering

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Responsibilities include facilitating professional development focused on single school culture principles. Maintaining Title 1 program for the School of Biotechnology. Assisting teachers on professional development and incorporating innovative strategies to improve teaching. Simon G. Atkins High School Summer 2009

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Served as the primary administrator for summer school session. Responsibilities included registration, hiring, payroll, transportation coordination, contacting parents, testing administration, supervising of teachers, scheduling students, scheduling testing, record keeping, communication with Central Office, and discipline. Also taught the math students.

School of Biotechnology at the Simon G. Atkins High School 2008-2009 Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Responsibilities included discipline, data analysis, program development, purchasing, parental contact, development of monitoring process (meeting attendance, progress reports, teacher walkthroughs and parental contact logs, assisting principal, historian, Superintendent’s Presentation, monitoring and updating the School Improvement Plan, and various other administrative duties. School of Biotechnology at the Simon G. Atkins High School Summer 2008 Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Served as the primary administrator for summer school session. Responsibilities included registration, hiring, payroll, transportation coordination, contacting parents, testing administration, supervising of teachers, scheduling students, scheduling testing, record keeping, communication with Central Office, and discipline.

Title I Coordinator/Facilitator

Simon G. Atkins High School of Biotechnology Jan 2007–June 2009 Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Responsibilities include the instruction of teachers in reference to Title I; coordination of Title I Funds; monitoring of Title I students. Responsibilities also include workshop and professional development programs, student academic programs, SIP monitoring, and assisting the principal in administrative duties.

Teaching Experience

South Louisiana Community College August 2013-2015 Lafayette, Louisiana

Responsibilities include the instruction of rhetoric (ENG 1010) and Argumentative English classes

(ENG 1020) to college students.

Simon G. Atkins High School of Biotechnology August 2005–January 2007 Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Responsibilities include the instruction of English I, II, English I Honors, English III Honors, Newspaper, Yearbook, and Journalism as well as head of the English Department. Produced the first yearbook and newspaper for Atkins.

Forsyth Technical Community College August 2006–December 2011 Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Responsibilities include the instruction of expository writing (ENG 111) and argumentative English classes (ENG 112) to college students. Also responsible for the teaching of hybrid ENG 111/ENG 112 online class using Blackboard program.

Bossier Parish Community College January 2002–May 2005 Bossier City, Louisiana

Responsibilities include the instruction of remedial English (ENGL099) and composition and rhetoric classes (ENGL 101) to college students.

Airline High School August 1999–May 2005

Bossier City, Louisiana

Responsibilities include the instruction of English I, II, III, English II Honors, creative writing and newspaper publication and adviser of the Airline Askalada newspaper. New Iberia Senior High School August 1992–May 1999 New Iberia, Louisiana

Responsibilities include the instruction of English grammar, literature and composition to grades 10–12, lesson planning, and daily paperwork in English II, III, IV Business English, Humanities English and sponsor of the NISH Color Guard (2 yrs.), Humanities class and club (5 yrs.), Jacket Assembly

(student government 3 yrs.), and class sponsor for the Class of 2001. Belle Place Middle School January 1992–August 1992 New Iberia, Louisiana

Responsibilities included instruction and planning of reading and remedial reading, lesson plans, and daily paperwork for grades 7–8 on-level and honors classes. Testing Information

Carencro Historical Data

SPS Trend 201*-****-**** 201*-**-**-**-** Tracking OVERALL 68.3 69.4 68 59.9 74.3

ASSESSMENT/LEAP 46.4 41.1 52 48.2 48.2

ACT/WKKS 81.5 68.4 60.3 44.6 50.8

GRADUATION

INDEX/RATE 74.2 62 64.4 59.7 84.4/76

STRENGTH OF DIPLOMA 71.1 78.3 79.8 72.4 84.6

STUDENT PROGRESS 77.5 80.7

INT & OPP >145

LEAP MASTERY

PERCENTAGE

CONTENT 201*-****-**** 2019 20-21

ENG I 27 24.8 27.4

ENG II 53.3 46.2 28 31.4 40

ENG III 41.1 54 56 57.9

ALG 42.2 32.4 31 11.9 23.6

GEOM 34.6 44.6 20 24.8 16.8

BIO 35.9 19.1 36 14.3 11.9

USH 42.3 33.6 11 10.3 8.6

Major Accomplishments:

● Carencro HS SPS raised 14.4 on overall SPS in 2021

● Carencro HS SPS raised from D to C in 2021

● Carencro HS SPS raised from D to C in 2017

● Carencro HS SPS raised from 59.6 in 2015 to 68.3 in 2016 Assisted in raising Writing Test Scores from 38% to 52% over 3 years for the School of Biotechnology Classroom English 1 Test Scores: 74.1% (2005)

Spring Algebra 1 Retest 1: 66.7% Passing Rate during Summer School (taught out of core subject) Assisted teachers with Instructional Needs, Best Practices, Researched Practices, Data and other curriculum needs

Sports Awards

Basketball State Champs 2019

Track State Champs for three consecutive years

Football State Champs 2020

Additional Information

NIET Training for Administrators

National Institution for School Leaders 2017-2018

New Schools Project Summer Program 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010 ASCD Summer Conference Houston 2009

North Carolina Mentoring Program

New Schools Project Lead Teacher

Pearson Test Scorer

English I EOC Review (Multiple Sessions) in Raleigh District Quarter Test Committee (Review)

NCTE and CEL Conference 2007 (NYC), 2008 (San Antonio) Atkins Complex English Department Director 2006

Who’s Who Among American High School Teachers: 2007, 2005, 2004, 2002, 1994 Mentoring Program for Louisiana Teachers 2004

Louisiana Scholastic Press Association President, 2004-2005 Journalism Educators National Convention in Atlanta, 2004 Young Journalist Mentoring Program, Board of Directors, 2003-2005 ASNE Fellow in the ASNE High School Journalism Institute University of Southern Florida, 2003 Editor of Louisiana Council of Teachers of English Newsletter 2002–2005 Louisiana Scholastic Press Secretary/Treasurer 2002–2004 JEA/NSPA National Convention in Dallas, Texas, 2002 Joseph B. Whitehead Educator of Distinction Award, 2002 Dow Jones Fellow, ULL Summer 2002

SAGE program participant Spring 2002

Red River Revel Poetry Reading Teacher Sponsor 2002-2005 LACUE Conference 2001

Bossier Net Pal, Summer 2000

Bossier Parish Learn Grant Recipient, 2000

Acadiana Council of Teachers of English:

President 1994–1995

Vice-President for Membership 1993–1994

Louisiana Endowment of the Humanities Summer Institutions: Louisiana State University in Shreveport:

2002 Writing Home: Town and Country in English Fiction by Women Centenary College, Shreveport:

2001 Shakespearean Comedy at the Millennium

University of Louisiana at Lafayette:

1995 Mark Twain: The Artist and His World

1993 Growing Up Female: Psychological Theory & Literary Text Meet Tech Prep School to Work Program- The Daily Iberian, 1997 Co-Coordinator of NISH Overseas Travel

Spring 1998 Rome/Nice/Barcelona/Madrid

Spring 1996 London/Paris/Rome

Spring 1995 London/Scotland

Co-Coordinator of NISH Humanities Club Trips

Fall 1998 San Antonio

Spring 1998 Chicago

Fall 1997 Las Vegas/Grand Canyon

Spring 1997 Atlanta

Fall 1996 New York/Boston

Spring 1996 San Antonio

Fall 1995 Washington D.C.

Fall 1995 New Orleans

Spring 1995 Memphis

Fall 1994 Natchez, MS

ULL Ragin’ Cajun Band 1985–1990

ULL Concert Band and Symphony 1986–1988

ULL Rifle Captain 1986-1990

Journalism Awards

2007-2008 Taylor Publishing Honorable Mention for Atkins first yearbook 2004-2005 Second place “Best Newspaper” for Large Schools Louisiana Scholastic Press Association

(LSPA)

2004-2005 Various student awards

2004 First Place Best News Magazine Layout (L. Miller) Write-Off Contest JEA/NSPA National Convention, Atlanta

2003-2004 International Second Place Quill and Scroll Honor Society 2003-2004 Silver Medalist Certificate CSPA

2003-2004 Third Place “Best Newspaper” for Large Schools LSPA 2003-2004 LSPA Conference 20 student winners

2003-2004 Second Place Gold Circle Awards for Best Photo Essay Columbia SPA 2003-2004 Third Place Gold Circle Awards for Best Overall Design CSPA 2003-2004 Student Photographer of the Year (K. Hanson) Young Journalist Mentoring Program

(YJMP)

2003-2004 Third Place Student Journalist (A. Murphy) YJMP 2002-2003 International Second Place Quill and Scroll Honor Society 2002-2003 Silver Medalist Certificate CSPA

2002-2003 Student Journalist of the Year (J. Peregoy) YJMP 2002-2003 Third Place Student Photographer (K. Hanson) YJMP 2001-2002 Second place “Best Newspaper” for Large Schools LSPA 2001-2002 International Second Place Quill and Scroll Honor Society 2001-2002 Bronze Medalist Certificate CSPA

2001-2002 Student Journalist of the Year (A. Sandifer) YJMP Student Teachers

Bridgette Brown-Hall, LSU-S, Spring 2005

Meredith Scott, Louisiana Tech University, Fall 2004 Stephanie Palmer, LSU-S, Fall 2003

Crystal Smithey Gant, LSU-S, Spring 2001

Jennie Wright, LSU-S, Fall 2000

References

Mrs. Carolyn Preyar, Retired Principal

Phone: 336-***-****

Mr. Ken Roebuck, Former Principal

Phone: 337-***-****

Ms. Kia Netter, Assistant Principal Simon G Atkins High School 3605 Old Greensboro Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Phone: 336-***-****

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Mrs. Shaunne Hall, Principal Carter High School

851 Highland Court, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Phone: 336-***-****

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Mr. Spencer Hardy, Principal Parkland High School

1600 Brewer Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27127

Phone: 336-***-****

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