Assistant Principal

Taylor Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Focus: Elementary/Middle School Principal

Teaching and leadership professional with over twenty years experience in the classroom supported by ongoing staff development opportunities, certification and current trend seminars. Successful mentoring of staff in various committee roles and administration development teams. Educational visionary who has implemented forward thinking processes. Dedicated to student and family education and interaction with the community. Type 75/03 Certification. Wyoming teaching license K-12.


Wayside District, Wayside, Wyoming
1982 - Present

Smith and Nancy Hill Elementary Schools
1996 - Present
Assistant Principal

Smith Elementary School
1989 - 1996
Assistant Principal

2nd, 3rd, and 4th Grades
1984 - 1989

2nd, 3rd, and 4th Grades
1982 - 1984
• District 304 organization, cross-grade level planning, and committee participation.
• Liaison between school and community using speaking engagements and written media to advocate the educational organization and goals of the organization.
• Provided additional strategy for "at risk" children and their families, through individual needs planning.
• Second Grade Team Leader, chairing curriculum discussions and guidelines for grade level staff members.
• Member of Building Leadership team, specializing in Reading and Language Arts.


Smith School
1996 - Present
Program Coordinator
• T.A.O.E.P. Coordinator performs multi-task in managing the state-grant supported program for "at risk" children. Requires tracking and supervision of six staff participants including time, attendance and payroll. Individual student plans are designed for each special needs student that provides for tutoring, mentoring, and parenting workshops. This program operates with the goal of strengthening the home-school interaction.

Team Participant
• "Interconnections", Corridor Partnership for Excellence in Education.
One of seven teachers who worked together for one week to design and implement the foundation of the behavior management program currently used at Smith School. Program was named "Seven Habits of Highly Effective Students".

1985 - 1999
Program Staff Member
• T.A.O.E.P. Advantage Program - Truant Alternative Optional Educational Program


Aurora University, Medicine Bow, Wyoming
Masters, Educational Leadership (Type 75 Certification)

North Wyoming University, Casper, Wyoming
Bachelor of Science, Education (Type 03 Certification)


• District Education to Careers Committee, 1999 - Present
• Behavior Management Team, 1994 - Present
• District Language Arts/Literacy Committee, 1996 - Present
• Building Leadership Team, 1985 - Present
• Grade Level Team Leader, 1985 - 1998
• Wayside Education Asso. West, Wyoming Education Asso., National Education Asso., 1982 - Present
• Principal Interview/Selection Committee: one of a team of leaders to interview principal candidates and provide recommendation to District Superintendent and School Board. (1984 and 1994)


• April, 2002, Presented Interviewing and Hiring Strategies for the New Teacher to 40 student teachers
• January, 2002, Novice Teacher Seminar-Implementing a Student Management Plan, presented to approximately 25 novice teachers
• Professional Growth Presenter for District 304, "Seven Habits of Highly Effective Students"
• February, 1999, Reading Symposium Presenter for District 304, "Developmental Reading Assessment"
• Summer 1998 presented to approximately 150 new teachers and staff members, during orientation, "Seven Habits of Highly Effective Students"

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