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John F.

Mikulski
11128 Lyndale Lane, Marilla, New York 14059
Phone: 716-698-3735
Email: john.mikulski@gmail.com
Online Portfolio: johnmikulski.com

Objective
Motivated educator seeks to make a positive impact as a school building leader. I am
interested in a position that will allow me to share my passion and knowledge of pedagogy,
curriculum design, and school management.

Education

Educational Leadership, M.S.Ed, Niagara University, New York


August 2013 graduate

Educational Computing, M.S.Ed, State University of New York, College at Buffalo,


New York
May 2008 graduate

English Adolescence Education, B.A., State University of New York at Fredonia,


New York
August 2003 graduate

Certification

School District Leader Professional Certificate, September 2013


School Building Leader Initial Certificate, September 2013
English Language Arts 7-12 Permanent Certificate, May 2008

Administrative Experience
Assistant Principal, Clarence Middle School, May 2014 Present
Serve in the role of Grade 7 House Principal.
Serve as the building Special Education liaison. Involved in staffing, programming, and
supporting the needs of special education children in the building.
Developed and implemented a new AIS program for Math and English Language Arts.
Responsible for conducting announced and unannounced observations, and for providing
meaningful feedback to teachers.
Work closely with the District Curriculum Office to implement Schoology as a buildingwide learning management system.
Assisted in developing and supporting grade level-specific professional learning
communities.
Worked with the high school administrative team to create a grades 6-12 virtual learning
community to provide opportunities for collegial conversations and vertical professional
development.

Internship Experience
Building Internship, Grand Island High School, June 2013 August 2013
Assisted in the development of the schools master schedule.
Served in the role of assistant principal for summer school program.
Facilitated the hiring process for four available instructional positions.
Building Internship, Edward Town Middle School, September 2012 June 2013
Served as chairperson for district technology committee.
Developed and implemented Student Learning Objective procedures for all teachers.
Provided ongoing professional development to faculty regarding integrating literacy skills
into all content areas.
Created acts of kindness program focused on improving school culture and climate.
Assisted with student discipline and other organizational management responsibilities.
Worked with principal to present annual budget proposal to the Board of Education.
District Internship, Oakfield-Alabama Central School District, July 2012 August 2012
Created a district wide digital system to collect and report data regarding student behaviors
and disciplinary incidents.
Presented Dignity for All Students Act regulations to the Board of Education.
Worked with a committee of teachers and administrators to update district Code of Conduct
to comply with state mandates.
Worked with elementary principal to conduct interviews.
Assisted in updating Title I grant application.

Teaching Experience
Instructor, Medaille College, 2011 Present
Teach pre-service teacher candidates enrolled in the Adolescent Education program.
Teach EDU 671, Information Technology and Literacy; EDU 601, Methods in Adolescence
Education English; and EDU 670, Literacy in the Content Areas.
Teacher, Edward Town Middle School, 2003 2014
Taught 7th and 8th grade English Language Arts.
Modified and implemented curriculum to reflect Common Core Learning Standards as well
as the varied needs of students.
Developed student-centered anti-bullying program and online pledge campaign.
Created and managed tutoring center staffed by high school students.
Served in leadership roles including department chairperson, teacher mentor, and member
of the Instructional Leadership Team.

References

Written references available upon request.


Phone inquiries may be directed to Mr. Robert Moore, 716-407-9206.