Welcome to Omak High School
Omak High School Principal / CTE Director
09/02 – 06/04 Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington
Master’s of Education, Educational Leadership
03/00 – 06/00
Pursuant of Mathematics Endorsement
09/97 – 12/98
Initial Teaching Certificate
09/92 – 06/97
Initial Principal Certificate – Endorsements: K-12 Principal
Continuing Teacher Certificate – Endorsements: 4-12 Physics, 4-12 Mathematics
Substitute Teacher Certificate – No Expiration Date
High School Principal – Instructional leader for a 1A high school, serving a diverse population. Evaluate and support a staff of 35 certified teachers, and 15 classified staff members. Responsibilities include building a master schedule designed to meet the needs of student interest, manage a building budget, and fostering a culture of learning where students, parents, community and staff take responsibility for continuous and annual improvement of student learning.
Alternative High School Principal – Registered, enrolled and evaluated staff and students in the Alternative High School program. The principal is responsible for the budget; discipline and operation for ensuing high levels of student learning are achieved in an alternative setting. Under the Alternative High School, the district also hosts two online educational programs (The American Academy and Washington Virtual Academy – Omak).
Career and Technical Education Administrator – Evaluate and support CTE staff members, manage a detailed budget with special and specific funding issues, while encouraging students to be ready for post secondary education and the world of work upon graduation. North Central Area President – 2011-2012
High School and Middle School Assistant Principal – Participated in all administrative duties at Omak Middle and High School to include, but not limited to enforcing the Omak School District discipline matrix, chair of the high school handbook committee, sit as a member of the interview committee, evaluation of 20-25 classified and certified employees and conduct staff training on topics ranging from student improvement to school safety.
District Athletic/Activities Director – Direct supervisor of 33 coaches in 50+ roles, responsible for interview, employing, supervision and evaluation of all coaches, representative to the state (WIAA), district (District VI), league (CTL) and community (Omak School Board) for all athletic events, scheduling for 17 high school and 8 middle school sport teams, supervision of all home sporting events, scheduling for all district facilities for use by district and out side of district use, and manager of the general athletic budget ($30,000).
Link Crew Coordinator – Select student Link Leaders, coordinate the incoming freshman into Link Crews, train support staff, continue student training, and support the freshman adjustment into a High School. Link Crew is a nationally recognized transition program. Moses Lake = 100 Link Leaders, 500+ freshman, Omak = 40 Link Leaders, 130 freshman
Associated Student Body Co-Director – In partnership with a fellow colleague, we were responsible for the student leadership for a 4A high school with 1800+ students. This position helps students with legal ASB actions and advises students in managing a budget of over one million dollars.
Omak School District: 2011-2012 Omak High School Principal/ CTE Administrator
(07/2007 – Present) 2009-2011 Omak Alternative High School Principal
Omak High School Assistant Principal
Omak School District CTE Administrator
2008-2009 Omak School District Athletic Director
Omak High School Assistant Principal
2007-2008 Omak School District Athletic Director
Omak Middle and High School Assistant Principal
2011-2012 IPad 2 Training (NCESD), Summer CTE Conference (WA-ACTE)
2010-2011 Summer CTE Conference (WA-ACTE), Rapid Response Advanced Training (Kuennan), Washington Association for Learning Alternatives WAC 392-121-182 Revision (Lile Holland), Washington Association of Vocational Administration Executive Board Retreat (Seattle),
2009-2010 Evaluation Training (AWSP), Formative Assessment and Standards Based Grading (NCESD), Fall WAVA Conference, Integration Creates High Demand Opportunities Workshop (WA-ACTE), Using Data to Drive the Mission Statement (Dr. Butler)
2008-2009 Differentiation of Instruction and RTI (Dr. Butler), Rapid Responder Training, WIAA Fall Athletic Director Workshop, National Interscholastic Athletic Administrator Association – National Conference (San Diego, CA), Washington Secondary School Athletic Administrators Association State Conference, Response to Intervention Training (Dr. Butler), Standards Based Grading Workshop (Linda Phillips), Navigation 101 Training , 2009 WASA/AWSP Summer Conference with Pre Conferences: Gangs 201 (Tyson Vogeler) and Preparing for Emergencies (Tyson Vogeler)
2007-2008 Approaching Difficult Conversations Training (NCESD), 2007 WASA/AWSP Summer Conference, Enhancing Education Through Technology Peer Coaching Training, New Assistant Principal and Principal Training (AWSP), Math Leadership Alliance Training for Principals, 2007 WIAA Fall Workshop, WASBO/AWSP Supervision and Administration of ASB Funds Training, WIAA Fall Athletic Director Workshop, Washington Secondary School Athletic Administrators Association State Conference
1999-2007 Interactive Strategies for the Block Schedule, Writing Across the Curriculum, How to Conduct or Supervise an A+ Investigation, 2004 Assistant Principal Conference, Content Reading Strategies, Read Up! (Great Source), OSPI Science WASL Scoring Training, Everyone a Teacher of Reading (OSPI), Block Scheduling Techniques Training, Step Up to Writing Training, 2005OSPI Summer Institute, 2006 LASER Science Strategic Planning Institute, Supervision and Administration of ASB Funds, 2007 Washington Activities Coordinator Association Conference