The Noble Network of Charter Schools
Dean of Discipline
April 2013 — Present
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Dean of Culture/Discipline - Johnson College Prep
Enforce school culture and disciplinary standards.
Provide preventive measures and, if necessary, intervention to ensure scholars' behaviors reflect the expectations of the Student Code of Conduct.
Provide necessary assistance to various children in the non-traditional setting of the charter school classroom.
Establish and maintain healthy relationship with students, parents and community members.
Maintain personal availability to aid in the distribution of information designed to ensure growth and scholarly success.
Serve in a position to uphold the "Noble Way" of scholarship, discipline, and honor.
Provided instruction/ RTI to students in grades 6,7, and 8
Monitored reading fluency, comprehension and efficiency of several small groups
Maintained record of progress
Provided necessary differentiation to promote progress
Served as a technology advisor to the staff, as well as the patrons of numerous branches
Provided patrons with necessary knowledge to navigate the internet
Conducted one on one and small group instruction in the subject of basic computer, keyboard, and internet skills
Provided tutoring to students ranging from second grade to tenth grade
Provided troubleshooting assistance for minor computer issues
Attend staff development activities to enhance the quality of instruction
Maintained healthy relationships with community residents and patrons to ensure knowledge retentions, as well as provide assurance of availability for re-training
Customer service in a fast paced retail environment.
Retail service including merchandising and register transactions
Keeps the stockroom organized, neat and clean
Stock and replenish selling floor and examine merchandise to identify items to be replenished
Remain familiar with products, concepts and merchandise information, as well as latest trends
Served in Support of Operation Enduring Freedom/ Operation Iraqi Freedom
Trained over 20 U.S. Army Brigades (3,000-5,000 soldiers each) in special skills needed for survival in Iraq/Afghanistan conflicts
Diligently navigated terrain using navigation skills
Instilled and upheld the 7 Army Values (loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and pride)
Assist in preparation and dissemination of fire support plans, coordinating documents, and target lists and provides liaison support.
Assists in initiating requests for field artillery, mortar, naval gunfire, and aerial delivered munitions.