It is requested that the Board of Education approve the appointment of Dr. Triscilla B. Weaver as Regional Superintendent (Region 4), effective Wednesday, April 1, 2015.
Dr. Weaver previously served as Principal at Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School.
Triscilla B. Weaver
An energetic and results oriented educator seeking district level instructional leadership opportunities with DeKalb County Schools.
DEKALB COUNTY SCHOOLS
Principal, Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School 2009 – Present
Principal, Miller Grove Middle School 2003 – 2009
• Supervises the overall educational environment for approximately 1000 students, 85 faculty members, and 30 staff members.
• Provides leadership in the improvement of the total educational program within the school and classrooms.
• Utilizes to the fullest, all resources of the school system and the community in developing effective educational program.
• Coordinates, organizes, and facilitates instructional activities designed to maximize learning opportunities for students.
• Motivates professional improvement through a well-planned in-service training program for the faculty and staff.
• Develops partnerships with community-based organizations to foster additional support for school-wide initiatives.
• Identifies, analyzes, and applies research findings to promote school improvement.
• Interviews, selects, and oversees the orientation of all new faculty members, insuring that these new members are familiar with school philosophy, texts, guides, personnel policies and school financing.
• Fosters collegiality and team building among staff members.
• Communicates and promotes expectations for high level performance to staff and students.
• Evaluates instructional programs and teaching effectiveness.
• Administers the budget appropriation allocated to the school.
• Implements the policies of the school committees and the directives of the Superintendent.
• Ensures the maintenance, cleanliness and security of the school building and its contents.
• Promotes safety in the school by having a systematic safety program.
• Demonstrates professional, ethical, and responsible behavior.
• Serves as a role model for all campus staff.
Assistant Principal of Instruction, Stepbenson Middle Scbool 2000 – 2003
• Oversaw the overall educational environment for approximately 1200 students, 90 faculty members, and 30 staff members.
• Provided leadership in the improvement of the total educational program within the school and classrooms.
• Utilized to the fullest, all resources of the school system and the community in developing effective educational program.
• Coordinated, organized, and facilitated instructional activities designed to maximize learning opportunities for students.
• Stimulated professional improvement through a well-planned in-service training program for the faculty and staff.
• Identified, analyzed, and applied research findings to promote school improvement.
• Interviewed, recommended, and oversaw the orientation of all new faculty members, insuring that these new members are familiar with school philosophy, texts, guides, personnel policies and school financing.
• Fostered collegiality and team building among staff members.
• Communicated and promoted expectations for high level performance to staff and students.
• Evaluated instructional programs and teaching effectiveness.
• Implemented the policies of the school committees and the directives of the Superintendent.
• Supervised the maintenance, cleanliness and security of the school building and its contents.
• Promoted safety in the school by having a systematic safety program.
• Demonstrated professional, ethical, and responsible behavior.
• Served as a role model for all campus staff.
Mathematics Department Chair, Stephenson Middle School 1999 – 2000
• Provided instructional support and guidance to members of the mathematics department.
• Served as member of school-wide leadership team.
• Collaborated with teachers to develop departmental goals and milestones.
• Develop opportunities for faculty to enhance instructional practices through professional development.
• Administered various types of assessment to monitor student progress.
Mathematics Teacher, Stephenson Middle School 1996 – 2000
Matbematics Teacher, Miller Grove Middle School 1991-1996
• Provided research based, grade appropriate instruction to middle and junior high mathematics students.
• Prepared lessons and instructional materials to facilitate student learning.
• Coordinated parent teacher conference to review students’ performance and behavior.
• Attended faculty meetings and training sessions.
• Administered various types of assessment to monitor student progress.
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- Capacity Determination Guide
- Redistricting First Round Summary – Austin and Doraville United
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- Coffee Talk With Stan Jester And Friends
- IEP Accommodations Neglected
- DeKalb Schools 2019 Graduation Rates
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- DeKalb Schools 2020 Graduation Schedule
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