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Anna V.

Tufo
tufoanna@yahoo.com

Certification NYS Initial Certification


School Building Leader (anticipated) School District Leader (anticipated)

NYS Professional Certification


Elementary Education K-6, 19 Literacy K-6, 2003
Education
Long Island University, CW Post
Education Leadership, Certificate Program 2018
Master of Science in Literacy 2003

St. Johns University, Jamaica, New York


Bachelor of Science Degree, Elementary Education K-6, May 1999

Administrative Responsibilities as per DELA


Establish the English Language Arts district-wide pacing guides for grades K-6
Develop teachers block schedules school-wide
Execute the Extended Day Program for Math and ELA for grades 1-5
Organize and facilitate Health and Wellness Week/Night
Develop and facilitate the implementation of the Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports school-wide
Provide professional development for teachers and teacher aides on: literacy instruction, writing rubrics,
STAR 360, iRead and ELA Assessment Data
Analyze ELA data and develop an action plan for grades 1-5 literacy instruction

Teaching Experiences

September 2007-present Park Avenue Elementary School, Westbury, New York


Reading Specialist, Grades 1-5
September 2006-June 2007 Park Avenue Elementary School, Westbury, New York
Second Grade General Education Teacher, Inclusion Class
September 2000- June 2006 Park Avenue Elementary School, Westbury, New York
Second Grade General Education Teacher
August 1999-June 2000 I.S. 171, East New York, Brooklyn, New York
Sixth Grade Genera Education Teacher
June 1999-August 1999 I.S. 171, East New York, Brooklyn, New York
Sixth Grade Summer Literacy and Math Teacher

Provide on-going progress monitoring to students performing below grade level to improve their reading
comprehension skills across all content areas
Facilitate the STAR 360 Reading Assessment
Analyze English Language Arts assessment data and create action plans for service providers
Incorporate ENL strategies (scaffolding, modeling, shared writing, graphic organizers, choral reading,
chants, realia, visuals etg...) in small group reading instruction
Provide teacher and teacher assistants with professional development and support to help them to meet
their students needs
Administer the Independent Reading Leveled Assessment (IRLA) to a target group of students