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Annabel C. Bello

912 Carolina St. • Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870
252-532-4997 • chanbello@gmail.com



It is with great interest that I am applying for the position of Principal. My teaching experience has taught me how to build strong relationships with the people in our community. My passion to make a difference in the lives of our students and the talent of making people be the best that they can be transcends social, ethnic and gender distinctions and all barriers of language, color or creed. I am good at developing people’s potential to the fullest. It’s amazing how can I develop people’s potential that even they themselves didn’t know it exist. I want to share this unique gift and I am hoping that you will give the chance to touch students lives in a larger scale.
I believe that I am the ideal candidate for the position due to my 20 years of successful teaching experiences, the training that I received in the Northeast Leadership Academy coupled with the education that I received from the best universities in the Philippines and here in the United States. In addition to that I have a reputation for being a hard worker who makes sure the job is done right the first time.

You will find the attached resume covers past experiences but here is a summary of what I have to offer:

The ability to promote collaborative problem solving and open communication, collect, analyze, and use data to identify school needs; use data to identify and plan for needed changes in the instructional program; implement and monitor the school improvement plan; and using systems thinking to establish a clear focus on attaining student achievementgoals.

The talent to create a safe, respectful, positive and effective learning environment and evaluate staff performance.

What the attached resume’ cannot explain is my uncompromising view that all students can learn, given a positive and nurturing learning atmosphere that welcomes exploration and enhances student confidence and self-concept. It is my belief that an educator’s mission is to make school enjoyable and exciting- if students look forward to attending school, they will want to LEARN. I believe that is what school is all about.

I have strong commitment to educating our students and I want to return after my administrative internship/ graduation with a renewed sense of enthusiasm, commitment, and purpose.

I would appreciate the opportunity to meet and share with you my commitment to fostering the growth of your school. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Annabel C. Bello
Fellow, Northeast Leadership Academy












Annabel C. Bello

912 Carolina St. • Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870
252-532-4997 • chanbello@gmail.com



EDUCATION
Master of School Administration, Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA), North Carolina
State University Graduation: May 11, 2012
Master of Arts in Education, Major: Special Education (thesis writing). University of the Philippines
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, The Quezon Memorial Colleges, Philippines

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Administrative Intern, Belmont Elementary School, Roanoke Rapids Graded School District,
Roanoke Rapids, NC 2011-2012
  • Promote high standards and expectations for all students and staff for academic performance and responsibility
  • Collaborate with the administrative team to manage, evaluate and supervise effective and clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the school
  • Provide leadership consistent with the philosophy, mission, values and goals of the school
  • Help to establish instructional programs, extracurricular activities, and discipline systems to ensure a safe and orderly climate

Special Education School Teacher, Halifax County Schools, Halifax, NC 2008-2011
  • Prepared student education plans in consultation with parents and IEP team members
  • Designed instruction, both individual and small group, which paralleled the general education curriculum
  • Monitored student progress
  • Participated in review and revision of IEPs
  • Maintained appropriate student data and other records and submitted reports as required

Special Education Teacher, Northampton County Schools, Jackson, NC 2007-2008
  • Designed instruction, both individual and small group, which paralleled the general education curriculum
  • Managed classroom organization
  • Performed other duties as assigned
Special Education Teacher, Quezon City Schools Division, Philippines 1994-2007
  • Lectured and demonstrated lessons to present academic, social, and motor skill subject matter to class
  • Prepared daily lesson plans using an interdisciplinary approach to learning with appropriate differentiation for a multi-age classroom setting
  • Assessed students for mastery of performance objectives
  • Kept accurate records of student progress and assessments
  • Provided remediation for students using available classroom resources, volunteers, peers, and individualized programs

English Language Arts Teacher, Quezon City Schools Division, Philippines 1991-1994
  • Provided implementation and enforcement of the school’s curriculum and student discipline system in ways that were positive, proactive, and preventative
  • Helped develop students’ sense of personal responsibility effective in fostering cooperation and engaged learning


CERTIFICATION
School Administration (in progress, expected May 2012)
K-12 SPED Adaptive Curriculum, North Carolina
K-12 SPED Regular Curriculum, North Carolina