Você está na página 1de 2

Glenna Stone

1334 Manomin Avenue, West Saint Paul, MN 55118


(612) 669-6848
glenna.z.stone@gmail.com

Leadership Philosophy

Every decision I will make as an educational leader will be for the benefit of my students, so that they are
given the opportunity to receive the highest-quality education possible.
I believe an exemplary educational leader should be collaborative with their followers, be transparent, foster an
atmosphere where innovation is encouraged, and finally, be a leader that is empathetic and supportive.

Education and Certifications


Master of Science, Anticipated Graduation December 2015
2013-2015 Minnesota State University-Mankato
Educational Leadership
Bachelor of Science, May 2009
2004-2009 University of Wisconsin-Stout
Major: Family and Consumer Sciences Minor: Spanish
Certification: Family and Consumer Sciences Licensure 210

Teaching Experience
Prior Lake High School
9-12th Grade FACS Teacher

Primary duties include instructing and facilitating eight classes: Freshman Transitions, Creative Foods,
Fashion Design, Core Studies, Preschool Child, Laker Catering, Good Eats and Independent Living.
Restructure multiple courses to include relevant and new learning such as implementing a 21 st Century
Learning unit in Freshman Transitions to teach communication, collaboration, creativity and
technology skills.
Successfully maintain effective classroom management by establishing clear, consistent behavior
guidelines, creating an organized classroom, promoting mutual respect, and make learning exciting
through engaging lessons and activities.

Mankato East High School


9-12th Grade FACS Teacher

Mankato, MN
September 2011 Present

Primary duties included instructing and facilitating six classes: Fashion Design & Merchandising,
Interpersonal Relationships, Child Development, Foods I, Foods II and ProStart I
Promoted and increased enrollment, participation and interest of the FACS department within the
student body. While at East, I significantly increased enrollment within two school years.
Promoted multiculturalism within the classroom by individualized learning to many diverse groups of
students and adapt to the over 42 languages spoken within the student population.
Successfully maintained effective classroom management by establishing clear, consistent behavior
guidelines, creating an organized classroom, promoting mutual respect, and made learning exciting
through engaging lessons and activities.

Burlington High School


9-12th Grade FACS Teacher and Department Chair

Prior Lake/Savage, MN
September 2013 Present

Burlington, WI
August 2010 May 2011

Primary duties included instructing and facilitating five classes: Classic Cooking, Baking and
Technology, Nutrition Throughout Life, Advanced Child Development and Food Management
Managed and made necessary decisions regarding the department while working with the principal to
build on the Family and Consumer Science Department. I successfully doubled the enrollment of
students within the FACS department in one year.

Leadership Experience

Co-Chair for the Prior Lake High School FACS Department


Chosen as a member of the Professional Development Committee at the Prior Lake-Savage Area
School District

Learning Team Leader for FACS Department at Prior Lake High School

Prom Committee Advisor for East High School


Department Chair for Burlington High School FACS Department

References
Dave Lund
Principal
Prior Lake High School
(952) 226-8600
dlund@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

Heather Fitzloff
Assistant Principal
Prior Lake High School
(952) 226-8600
hfitzloff@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

Jeff Dahline
Principal
Mankato East High School
(262) 763-0200
jdahli1@isd77.k12.mn.us

Nate Gutshall
Guidance Department Chair
Prior Lake High School
(952) 226-8600
ngutshall@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

Deborah Johnson
FACS Teacher
Prior Lake High School
(952) 226-1830
djohnson@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

Victoria Wright
English Department Chair
Prior Lake High School
(952) 226vwright@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us