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Kelsey Hendricks

Kelsey Hendricks

7th and 8th Grade Mathematics Teacher

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Cameron Middle School

Nashville, TN 37212





Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Cameron Middle School

7th and 8th Grade Mathematics Teacher

Led 100 students to high achievement in mathematics by initiating differentiated math instruction, building student relationships, and holding high expectations
Students achieved high mastery on daily objectives and significant growth on the ACT Explore
Achieved Level 5 teacher evaluation through Principal evaluation and TVAAS scores for the 2012-2013 school year
Planned, organized, and executed a school trip to Washington, D.C. including successfully developing a grant proposal for $50,000
Connected 7th grade students with Georgetown Scholarship Program mentors to create a Cameron Mentorship Program
Led and managed the 8th grade team
Organized and implemented Student Led Conferences for 8th grade students
Managed Student Led Conference teachers in implementing and problem solving around Student Led Conferences
Improved Crew structure to hold students more accountable
Participated in over 100 hours of professional development
Coached a first year colleague in instruction and planning for mathematics content

Career medium 05
Career medium 05

Teach for America

Teacher Leadership Development Intern

Built a community resource database for Nashville corps members by both high school cluster and population served;
Initiated contact and built partnerships with over 30 community organizations
Oversaw continued growth of community resource database through inclusion of Google site in Lipscomb University's Building Classroom Communities curriculum
Continuously improved structure of community resource database
Created Math professional development for incoming corps members to strengthen implementation of the core values of math instruction
Participated in use of OCS cycle to maximize development of corps members


U.S. Department of Education, Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development

Policy Intern

Researched and analyzed education policy in support of a 22 person staff
Developed policy analysis on Race to the Top-Early Learning applications used in public appearances and to provide technical support to applicants
Managed OPEPD clearance tracking system, Department wide talking points, and the Data Strategy Team
Prepared briefing materials for congressional hearings
Collaborated with staff to develop a disconnected youth policy strategy

Career medium 02

Lipscomb University

M.Ed, Instructional Practice

GPA 4.0

Georgetown University

B.A., Government

GPA 3.61, Cum Laude, Minor in History