• My educational philosophy is that all educational entities should work cooperatively to provide all students with equitable educational opportunities and prepare them to become productive citizens. My philosophy leads me to hold the inherent belief that educational leaders must be resourceful because of the many responsibilities within the educational system including but not limited to implementing state content standards with student-engagement strategies and classroom management techniques, utilizing standards-based instructional and assessment strategies, understanding the Response to Intervention process, and differentiation of strategies. My professional leadership goals are to acquire the necessary skills to be able to critically assess educational needs to improve student achievement, learn to become proactive responsive, and reflective in relations with all stakeholders to include students, parents, fellow educators and community members. 




    "Who dares to teach must never cease to learn."
    - John Cotton Dana