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Rachael Omogrosso

ELEMENTARY EDUCATOR

OBJECTIVE
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To secure a position as an elementary educator in a community
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centered school district where I am able to apply my skills to create
educational experiences utilizing collaboration and technology to the benefit
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
CERTIFICATION 5TH GRADE TEACHER | BLACKHAWK SCHOOL DISTRICT
State of Pennsylvania license AUGUST 2013-PRESENT | BEAVER FALLS, PA
Elementary Education, K-6
 Incorporated a wide array of technology within the
classroom including the use of SMARTBoards, Promethean
boards, Ipads, document cameras, and mobile laptop labs.
EDUCATION  Established a classroom community by incorporating
Master of Science in Education classroom meetings, flexible seating, emotional/well-being
check-ins.
Focusing on Instructional Leadership  Created and gave both summative and formative
assessments and used data from these to guide instruction.
Robert Morris University
 Collaborated with fifth grade team, administrators,
Moon Township, PA | August 2012 counselors, Special Education teachers, and support staff
to plan engaging and differentiated lessons in all content
areas.
Bachelor of Science in  Participated in PLC meetings, staff meetings and grade level
meetings
Communication Disorders  Integrated STEAM utilizing hands-on, inquiry-based modules
Terre Haute, IN | June 2006 that allow students to explore concepts in a wide-range of
topics.
 Implemented school-wide OLWEUS bullying prevention
program to classroom. Lead classroom meetings and other
TEACHING PORTFOLIO
bullying related issues within the school day.
 Administered Fountas & Pinnell BAS Assessments, Read
Naturally, Words Their Way, The Daily 5
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 Held parent conferences, phone conferences and maintained
View my communication with parents via email, Remind app, phone,
in-person as well as using Schoology.
Digital teaching  Taught land ecology principles to all 5th grade students
Portfolio during an outdoor education week at Camp Kon-o-Kwee.
Chaperoned students over a three-night period.
Rachael Omogrosso
ELEMENTARY EDUCATOR

ADDITIONAL SKILLS EXPERIENCE CONTINUED


AND CERTIFICATIONS
Proficient in: PERMANENT BUILDING SUBSTITUTE | BLACKHAWK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
 SMART Notebook
 Office 365 2012-13 SCHOOL YEAR
 Google Classroom  Successfully maintained effective classroom management by
 Promethean Board establishing clear, consistent behavior guidelines, creating an
Certified in First Aid and CPR, August organized classroom, promoting mutual respect, and making
2018 learning engaging during multiple maternity leaves.
Completed over 200 hours of  Tutored and mentored 3rd, 4th and, 5th graders enrolled in
professional development, including after-school tutoring program.
training on Responsive Classroom  Volunteered evening school events such as STEAM night,
StoryWalk and sporting activities

PRACTICUM STUDENT TEACHER, 5TH GRADE, 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR


PROFESSIONAL
REFERENCES  Designed and taught lessons in math, science, social studies,
and reading curricula in 5th grade classroom.
Amy Anderson  Developed and implemented daily and unit lesson plans,
Principal administered testing, tracked and analyzed class performance
Highland Middle School using various forms of data.
 Conducted group and one-on-one math, reading and writing
activities.
Carol Sprinker  Taught land ecology principles to all 5th grade students during
Principal an outdoor education week at Camp Kon-O-Kwee.
Formerly @ Blackhawk Intermediate Chaperoned students over a two-night period.
School
 Fostered a classroom environment committed to learning and
promoting excellent student engagement.

Danielle Bailey
LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
Principal
Mentorship with new educators | 2018-2019
Formerly @ Blackhawk Intermediate
 Mentored new teacher hired for the school year
School
 Met monthly with mentee and helped with transitioning as a
new teacher.

Tracey Mark
5TH GRADE TEAM LEADER | 2015-2016
Early Childhood Educator  Represented the fifth grade team at PLC meetings.
Brooks School Elementary