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Resume for William S. for Executive Manager / Education & Science in Caledonia, Michigan




Occupation: Executive Manager Industry: Education & Science
Country: United States City: Caledonia
State: Michigan ZIP: 49316



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William J. S., Ed. D. Stauffer&;s Cove CT, Caledonia, MI w h c f EDUCATION Doctorate of Education, Educational Leadership, Northcentral University, Prescott, AZ Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association Masters of Arts, Educational Leadership, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI Bachelor of Science, History, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI Professional Education Certificate, Michigan CC & MB CCXTN Administrator Certificate, Michigan AD PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services, Kent ISD Grand Rapids, MI ­ Present My passion for the learning process continues to fuel my drive to support others on their quest to become more impactful in the educational setting. Currently, I lead the Instructional Services division of one of the most respected school service agencies in the country, focused on leading learning and helping all students achieve, my efforts are focused on leading the development of an innovative technology tool that blends highly effective curriculum and content resources with the data support services enabling parents, students, and teachers to experience the efficiencies of datadriven and researchbased individualized instruction. ­ Superintendent, Kent City Community Schools Kent City, MI As the Executive Officer of the Board of Education, responsible for supervision, professional development and evaluation of certified and noncertified staff, the educational success of , Kth grade students, the development and maintenance of a dynamic learning culture on three campuses, and maximizing the instructional impact on student achievement through the effective deployment of a $. million budget, in addition to providing the leadership in curriculum and human resources. Developed a Kth grade Health Science curricular focus designed to provide students with career relevant learning experiences linked to the growing local Health Science industry in efforts to retain Kent City&;s graduates in Michigan&;s Knowledge Based Economy. Expanded K Music and Performing Arts, currently % of Kent City thth grade student participate in Music and Performing Arts. Implemented K World Language program, allowing for Kth grade to receive weekly Spanish instruction, thth grade to earn HS credits, and thth grade opportunities to complete years of World Languages. Implemented a semester Equivalent Summer Program of Study allowing over students to recover or accelerate credits leading to increased access to Dual Enrollment, KCTC, and Internship opportunities. Developed and Implemented a K Computer Science transitioning program from applications to innovations based programming including animation, video production, and multicurricular programming for all students Kth grade. Implemented an Embedded Honors Credentialing program Kth grade, capitalizing Differentiated Instruction and Universal Design for Learning Research allowing all students access to expanded learning experiences within all course and subject areas. Collaboratively developed, as a fiscal leader, a budget that increased the fund balance from less than % to .% within the first months as superintendent without negatively impacting programs and services for students, and in years two and three, expanded the fund balance to % in the most challenging fiscal times since the Great Depression while adding programs. Working collaboratively with district staff, facilitated a transition in human resources that created $, in savings, recalled staff from layoffs, and expanded services to students including the addition of a Director of Student Services and a Middle School Dean of Students. Through creative grant fund dollar deployment, created the position of Coordinator of Special Programs, Services, and Instructional Effectiveness to support maximum growth of staff, students, and programs accelerating the benefits of programs designed to increase student achievement. Implemented High Impact Initiatives focused on increasing K Computer Science, Music and Performing Arts, World Languages, and Health Science programs firmly establishing Kent City Community Schools as a premiere district of choice for parents and students. Made a significant impact on district culture and climate beginning with summer allstaff family picnic establishing "family values" as a district priority, created a weekly districtwide newsletter allowing for effective twoway communication with all staff, and formed a "Staff Conversations" monthly meeting group to maintain positive dialogue and problem solve allowing for all energies to be focused on the needs of children by eliminating the obstacles for educators. Developed a communitywide communication listserve focused on educating all stakeholders to the fiscal challenges leading to a successful bond renewal campaign for both a sinking fund and operational millage renewal by securing three times the number of yes votes than the same initiatives just three years prior. Working within the current fiscal constraints, developed flexible learning opportunities for all students K including a twoweek summer credit recovery and acceleration program that saved the district . FTE or an average of $, while allowing students to expand opportunities leading to specialized individual learning opportunities and dual enrollment credits; in addition to creating a seminar period for thth grade students providing academic enrichment and relevance without expanding the school day or increasing staffing; and implementing a middle school elective program that has a core content focus embedded in a global career exploration format. Educational Consultant, Kent Intermediate Secondary Redesign Committee Grand Rapids, Michigan Present As a member of the KISA Leadership Team, serve as the cochair of the Redesign Committee, working to market, educate, facilitate growth and implementation, and otherwise be the voice of change on behalf the county superintendents on behalf of children. CoFacilitate planning and implementation of all stages of the process to open Innovation High School, a lab school that has been developed as a result of a year commitment by the KISA to redesign the secondary school experience. Assisted in the development and completion of the countywide survey of secondary students promoting student voice in order to facilitate reform in our secondary schools throughout Kent County. Assisted in the marketing of Secondary Redesign to numerous stakeholder groups, including the Secondary Principals Group, the Kent Education Foundation, and the KISD Board of Education, within Kent County in accordance with the goals and vision of the KISA Secondary Redesign Initiatives. Assisted in the development of Student Voice subgroups that work to unite secondary school populations within Kent County both expanding upon Student Voice and facilitating student centered change. Adjunct Faculty, Doctoral and Master&;s Programs in Ed. Leadership Present As a member of the Adjunct Faculty for three accredited universities, worked collaboratively to develop, implement, and teach graduate level online courses to advanced learners from across the country, utilizing ECollege, EPIC, Blackboard, Moodle and other online learning platforms, as part of key components in postgraduate degree seeking professional educators&; programs of study with an emphasis on practical applications, scholarly growth, research based application and assessment, professional writing in APA format, and collaborative learning utilizing web based collaboration tools. Adjunct Professor Experience Northcentral University Courses MA, Ed. D. & Ph. D. Ed. Leadership Program o ED Leadership in Educational Organizations o ED Educational Leadership o ED Practices in School Organization American College of Education MA in Ed. Leadership Program o EL Resource Management o EL Developing Teachers University of New England MA in Ed. Leadership/CAGS Program o EDU Action Research o EDU Organizational Theory & Strategic Planning o EDU Educational Change/School Reform Principal, Howell High School Howell Public Schools, Howell, MI ­ Responsible for supervision, professional development and evaluation of certified and noncertified staff, the educational success of , students th through th grade, the development and maintenance of a dynamic learning culture in three campuses, and maximizing the instructional impact on student achievement through the effective deployment of a $. million budget. Articulated a collective bargaining agreement with the HEA that enabled students to expand learning opportunities through a flexible schedule, college simultaneous enrollment, internships, online learning, and nontraditional day course offerings that included summers, weekends, and vacations. Chaired the District K Curriculum Council facilitating collaborative district wide instructional leadership leading to the creation of innovative courses for students ranging from elementary to high school, credit recovery opportunities, career exploration and contextual learning opportunities, and expanding foreign language opportunities. Participant in the District Central Office Collaborative Leadership Team assisting in the articulation of High School Redesign Configurations, Long Term Fiscal Planning, Human Resource Management, Member District Redesign Team for High School Configurations, and the District&;s Year Plan. Authored a plan for high school students to earn college credit utilizing the MACRO agreement, allowing for % of current th thru th grade students to earn college level credit and a cohort of students in the class of to earn an Associates Degree upon high school graduation. Participant in the Citizens for EquityWorking for Equitable Funding for Public Schools in Michigan and hosted a meeting of concerned citizens representing under funded districts around the state. Managed the opening of the $ million Parker Campus, the $, renovation of the CTE Campus, and the $ million redesign of the Howell High School campus providing consultative supports to contractors, coordinating purchasing and installation, and organizing construction phase progress to ensure minimal obstruction of the educational process. Nurtured partnerships with Lansing Community College to develop a full service community college on the Parker High School Campus, LivingstonOakland Community Credit Union that is staffed by high school students, a unique staffless school store operated by marketing students with the assistance of Sterling Services, community resources provided by Carnegie Library, and other educational partnerships that support student learning opportunities through Macomb Community College, Cleary University, and Eastern Michigan University. Conducted educational stakeholder meetings that facilitated the development of innovative learning opportunities for students, opportunities for community businesses to participate in offering learning experiences to students, and the creation of service learning opportunities for students that support the community through numerous open forum Community Meetings, Lunch Break Series informational dialogues with parents, staff and students, and Hot Topics meetings with students and Board of Education members. Empowered instructional staff to develop a site based management team leading to the creation of a Career Technological Campus that supports contextual learning opportunities that embed core curriculum content standards within real world learning experiences in a smaller learning community models. Collaboratively developing a Sustainability Initiative with EMU, Creative Change Educational Solutions, Children&;s Environmental Literature Foundation, and LESA for a proposal to receive a WEGE Grant of $. million to create a national model for reforming content delivery to students in a format that supports embedding product life cycles, ecological economics and green buildings. CoChair of the Parker Task Force, the Redistricting Committee, and facilitated collaborative community District Educational Stakeholders meetings. Federal Grant Project Director, Assistant Principal, & Building Athletic Director Farmington Public Schools, Farmington, MI ­ Collaborative administrative team member responsible for the supervision of certified and noncertified staff, , students, effective and cost efficient deployment of custodial and maintenance human resources, direction of state championship caliber athletic programs and staff, and the successful implementation of a $, Federal Smaller Learning Communities Grant as Project Director. Facilitated the implementation of a web based custodial and maintenance program that reduced facility maintenance expenses by %. Participant in District Level Scheduling Reconfiguration community meetings, presentations, and final adoption of trimester scheduling saving the district $, in human resource expenses. Assisted in the development of a District Level Cost Effectiveness Program partnering with a consulting firm thus reducing district energy expenses through a selffunded position. Assisted in the successful passage and completion of a district wide $ Million Outdoor Facilities Bond. Authored a successful $, Federal SLC Grant that assisted in closing achievement gaps between NCLB subgroups resulting in a reduction of th grade student failures by % in the first year of implementation. Consultant in a USA Today study focusing on the balance of spending between athletics and academics. Participated as a group leader for Oakland Schools Professional Learning Communities and coordinated a county wide site visitation team to Chicago. ­ Assistant Athletic Director, Curriculum Leader, and Teacher Otsego Public Schools, Otsego, MI Tenured Classroom instructor at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels with additional leadership duties in athletic facilities and program management, NCA school improvement facilitator, K curriculum leader, and bargaining member representative to the superintendent. Member of a successful bond proposal team that resulted in significant renovations district wide. Represented instructional staff in the bargaining process. Representative on the District Level ManagementLabor Team that supported collaboration resulting in improved student performance. ­ Social Studies Teacher Kentwood Public Schools, Kentwood, MI Tenured high school social studies teacher and evening event coordinator in a suburbanurban school with , students. Member of the successful bond proposal team resulting in the construction of a th grade campus. Developed successful academic tutorial program for at risk student athletes. PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS past and present Valley Ridge Community Foundation, Executive Board Member Kent ISD Superintendents Advisory Council & Sub Committee CoChair START Educational Leadership Program for Superintendents Kent City Youth Recreation Activities, Youth Football and Baseball Coach Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education American Association of School Administrators Michigan Association of School Administrators Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development National Association of Secondary School Principals Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals Livingston Applied Technical Education Principals Kensington Valley Conference Executive Council Minority Student Achievement Network Grand Valley State University Football Alumni Association BrightonHowell American Cancer Society, Relay for Life Volunteer Howell Area Salvation Army, Volunteer Holiday Bell Ringer Marshall Recreation Department, Volunteer Youth Coach Mar Lee Schools, Parent Volunteer/Fundraising/Bond Passage St. Mark&;s Higher Ground Community, Outreach Activities Volunteer Livingston Sunrise Rotary and Sparta Area Rotary, Speaker Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, Speaker HONORS AND AWARDS CoChair of the Kent Intermediate School District&;s Secondary Reform Initiative Present Kent Intermediate School District Superintendent&;s Leadership Council Present Michigan Leadership Institute SUPES Academy Graduate Governor Granholm Certificate of Recognition for Educational Excellence Howell Board of Education Certificate of Excellence Award Farmington/Farmington Hills MulticulturalMultiracial Community Council Rainbow Recognition Award for Educational Excellence "Certificates of Recognition" from th District Senator Gilda Jacobs and th District Representative Aldo Vagnozzi for "Promoting Racial and Cultural Understanding Within our Community" Letter of Support from US Senator Carl Levin regarding school redesign initiatives SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS Published "The Effects of Extended Minute Alternate Day Instruction on High School Student Performance" Dissertation Copyright TX Published "Striving Towards Academic Renaissance" High School Reform ModelCopyright TX PresenterIngham ISDScheduling Options, Coffee Break Series Topic: Scheduling Option // Published "High School Reform: From Theory into PracticeMeeting the Needs of st Century LearnersMaximizing Student Achievement through Transitions and Innovations" Copyright TX PresenterLivingston ESA, High School Reform: A New Model PresenterOakland Schools School Reform Summit, Creating a P Educational Program Presenter & Host Science Michigan Science Education Leaders AssociationSpring Meeting, Keynote Speaker PresenterMasonLake ISD, School Reform Initiatives, School Redesign Innovations Keynote Speaker, Parker Dedication Ceremony PresenterMichigan Association of Secondary School Principals, Summer Conference, The Howell HS Collegiate Schedule Model Presenter Michigan Department of Education&;s School Improvement Conference, Gallery of Promising Practices, Education Initiatives and Resources Related to the Michigan Merit Curriculum Facilitated and Hosted School Redesign Tour for Forest Hills Central High School Administration and Instructional Staff, Ingham ISD Site Visit

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