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Amy Christine Moser

205 Martin’s Ridge • Williamsburg, Virginia 23188



To secure a leadership or supervisory position that would enable me to effectively utilize

my leadership experiences and educational practices.


Longwood University
Educational Leadership Endorsement, 2018
PreK-12 Administration and Supervision Certification
*Pending coursework completion
GPA: 4.0

The College of William and Mary M.A.

M.Ed. Reading, Language, and Literacy, 2012
GPA: 4.0

Albright College BA
K-5 Elementary Education, N-12 Special Education, Spanish, 2005
GPA: 3.8


K-5 Reading Specialist – January 2012-Present

Matoaka Elementary School, Williamsburg, Virginia
K-5 Curriculum Leadership of bi-weekly collaboration meetings with classroom
teachers to include professional development, instructional planning, data analysis
and review of division and school assessments; K-5 in-class literacy coaching
with teachers to include modeling of lessons, co-teaching, whole and small group
teaching, teacher observations, and post-observation feedback through division
Literacy Walk-Through observation form; Small group instruction using Fountas
and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention with targeted remediation for students in
the areas of reading and writing based on division assessment targets and classroom
performance; Leadership of K-2 implementation of Jan Richardson’s Next Step
Forward in Guided Reading Model and Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading
Systems through summer training and on-going professional development,
classroom observations, and bi-weekly meetings in implementing guided reading
model; Co-Author of Williamsburg-James City County Literacy Model, Phase I;
K-5 Curriculum Writing and topical lesson planning development of
instructional plans in reading and writing; K-5 Words Their Way training
facilitator for 2018-2020; Review and Analysis of school assessment data in the
Developmental Reading Assessment K-5, Phonological Awareness Literacy
Screening (PALS) K-3, Developmental Spelling Assessment (DSA), and 3-5
MAPS assessment; Maintain school data wall for K-5 students in Reading and
Math; Presentation of School Data in fall, mid-year, and spring review meeting
with Superintendent and school administration; Child Study team member to
provide consultation and review of student performance and data for students;
Partners in Literacy Trainings with parents, students, and teachers to include
how to help their child read and write at home

Fourth Grade Teacher—August 2008-January 2012

Matoaka Elementary School, Williamsburg, Virginia
Instruction of two classes (50+ total) in the subject areas of reading, language arts,
and writing

Third Grade Teacher—fall 2007-June 2008

Conrad Weiser West Elementary School, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania
Instruction of 21 multi-learning students in the subject areas of language arts,
mathematics, social studies, and science

Learning Specialist—fall 2005-spring 2007

7th grade learning support, Special Education—Conrad Weiser Middle School,
Robesonia, Pennsylvania
Instruction of 20 mult-learning students in the subjects of mathematics, language
arts, and in-class support, co-teaching in the subject areas of social studies and
science; Case Manager of the development, implementation, and evaluation of
20 IEPs on caseload; Collaborate and co-teach with classroom teacher; Develop
and supervise paraprofessional duties


Williamsburg Area Reading Teacher of the Year Nominee—2016

Joy of Literacy and Literature Conference—2010

The College of William and Mary
School of Education
Williamsburg, Virginia
 Presented on the topic of blogging and creating opportunities for students to
respond to each other through online journaling
 Described experience in Skype author visit with 4th grade students

National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE) Conference—2010

Orlando, Florida
 Presented at the NCTE conference on the topic of blogging, my instructional
experiences incorporating blog responses into my literacy block
 Blog responses included an author study with Ellen Potter and culminating Skype
session for students to meet the author

Partners in Literacy—2001-Present
 Assist K-2 teachers in the planning and execution of family literacy nights in
which parents and students attend an hour-long reading and writing session with
the ultimate goal of learning how to assist their children at home
 Families learn about the developmental process of reading and writing, teacher
and grade level expectations, and strategies for reading and writing
 Families receive take-home materials and books to read with their children

Parent Informational Reading Sessions—2012—Present

Matoaka Elementary School, Williamsburg, Virginia
 Invite parents of students who receive reading intervention from the school’s
reading specialist to come to the school for a workshop.
 The workshop includes an overview the structure of the intervention sessions.
 Parents gain an understanding how to help at home with fluency, comprehension
skills, and word acquisition.
 Meet quarterly to overview progress, on an as needed basis.


Proficient in the use of computer technology such as Office365, Easy IEP, Microsoft Word,
Microsoft PowerPoint, Canvas, PowerSchool, Proficient in Spanish, Team-Oriented,
Creative and Organized, Enthusiastic and Self-Motivated


PreK-12 Administration and Supervision Certified

K-12 Reading Specialist Certified
Elementary Education PreK-6 Certified
Special Education – General Curriculum K-12 Certified


Mr. Andy Jacobs, Principal

Matoaka Elementary School, Williamsburg, Virginia
(757) 564-4001

Mrs. Elizabeth Pell, Assistant Principal

Matoaka Elementary School, Williamsburg, Virginia
(757) 564-4001

Dr. Robyn Moore, K-8 Elementary Reading/Language Arts Coordinator

Williamsburg-James City County Schools, Williamsburg, Virginia