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Glenna Stone

1334 Manomin Avenue, West Saint Paul, MN 55118 (612) 669-6848 glenna.z.stone@gmail.com

“Though young in her career, Ms. Stone…truly has a “veterans” eye on school systems and the various impacts that decisions and programs have on students.”

David Lund Former Principal Prior Lake High School

“Glenna is a strong listener who is flexible with incorporating ideas and views of others into the task. She provides ideas and alternative ways of looking at things while being an influential voice for the staff and school community.”

Joe Kuboushek Assistant Principal Prior Lake High School

“Glenna’s most influential functions as a teacher and future administrator include being student focused, relationship centered, and an instructional leader.”

Nate Gutshall Guidance Department Chair Prior Lake High School

Leadership Philosophy

Students should be at the center of every educational leader’s decision so that each and every student is given the opportunity to receive the highest-quality education possible.

An exemplary educational leader should be collaborative with their followers, be transparent, foster an atmosphere where innovation is encouraged, and finally, be a leader that is empathetic and supportive.

Education and Certifications

6 th Year Certificate – Superintendent Licensure, Anticipated August 2018

Summer 2017 — Summer 2018

Education Administration – Superintendent Licensure

St. Cloud State University

6 th Year Certificate – K-12 Principal Licensure, April 2017

Fall 2015 — Spring 2017

Education Administration – K-12 Principal Licensure

St. Cloud State University

Master of Science, December 2015

Spring 2013 — Fall 2015 Educational Leadership

Minnesota State University-Mankato

Bachelor of Science, May 2009

Fall 2004 — Spring 2009

Major: Family and Consumer Sciences

Certification: Family and Consumer Sciences Licensure 210

Teaching Experience

University of Wisconsin-Stout

Minor: Spanish

Prior Lake High School 9-12 th Grade FACS Teacher

Savage, MN August 2013 – Present

Primary duties include creating, updating, instructing and facilitating eleven classes: Independent Living, Good Eats, PreSchool Child, PALS, Food Science, Parenting, Fashion Design I & II, Creative Foods, Freshmen Transitions and Core Studies

Manage and make necessary decisions as department chair for the FACS department while working with the building principal to build the success of the Family and Consumer Science department

Restructure multiple courses to include relevant and new learning such as implementing a 21 st Century Learning unit in Freshman Transitions to teach communication, collaboration, creativity and technology skills and creating a co- curricular Food Science course between the Science and FACS departments.

Successfully maintain effective classroom management by establishing clear, consistent behavior guidelines, creating an organized classroom, promoting mutual respect, and make learning exciting through engaging lessons and activities.

Mankato East High School 9-12 th Grade FACS Teacher

Mankato, MN August 2011 – July 2013

Primary duties included instructing and facilitating six classes: Fashion Design & Merchandising, Interpersonal Relationships, Child Development, Foods I, Foods II and ProStart I

Promoted and increased enrollment, participation and interest of the FACS department within the student body. While at East, I significantly increased enrollment within two school years to two full-time positions.

“Ms. Stone develops good, appropriate, professional relationships with students. She has the ability to relate to students from a variety of backgrounds, they trust her.”

David Lund Former Principal Prior Lake High School

“I have high regard for Glenna as an educational leader and appreciate her skills and experiences; passion for the educational process; resiliency; and strong desire to lead, contribute, and grow with a school district.”

Joe Kuboushek Assistant Principal Prior Lake High School

Promoted multiculturalism within the classroom through individualized and differentiated learning to reach many diverse groups of students and adapt to the over 42 languages spoken within the student population.

Successfully maintained effective classroom management by establishing clear, consistent behavior guidelines, creating an organized classroom, promoting mutual respect, and made learning exciting through engaging lessons and activities.

Burlington High School 9-12 th Grade FACS Teacher

Burlington, WI August 2010 – May 2011

Primary duties included instructing and facilitating five classes: Classic Cooking, Baking and Technology, Nutrition Throughout Life, Advanced Child Development and Food Management

Managed and made necessary decisions regarding the department while working with the principal to build on the Family and Consumer Science Department. I successfully doubled the enrollment of students within the FACS department in one year.

Leadership Experience

Current Building Instructional Leadership Team Member for the Prior Lake High School FACS Department

Current Dr. Sharroky Hollie Culturally and Linguistically Responsive (CLR) Teaching and Learning Cohort Member and High School CLR 3-Year Implementation Plan lead.

Currently actively pursuing my Superintendent Licensure with Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Superintendent Dr. Teri Staloch, which has allowed me to be part of the development of our CLR 3-year plan, policy review and revision sessions, a member of the Future Forward Leadership program with WMEP and created the stakeholder survey results presentation for PLSAS administrative team.

During my principal licensure program last year, I researched and compiled data for building principal, Dr. David Lund, regarding closing the achievement gap for our black students while using this data to reach out to and change the culture of the building to be more inclusive to our minority, underrepresented and underserved populations.

2017 Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) advisory member for Prior Lake-Savage Area School District

Chosen as a member of the 2016-17 Professional Development Committee at the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District

2015-2017 Learning Team Leader for FACS Department at Prior Lake High School

Department Chair for Mankato East High School FACS Department

Prom Committee Advisor for Mankato East High School

Department Chair for Burlington High School FACS Department

References

Joe Kuboushek Assistant Principal Prior Lake High School (952) 226-8605

jkuboushek@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

Dr. David Lund Former Principal & Supervisor St. Cloud State University (320) 250-3900

dlund1@stcloudstate.edu

Kevin Schuttinger Director of Teaching and Learning Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools (952) 226-0031

kschuttinger@@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us

Nate Gutshall Guidance Department Chairperson Prior Lake High School (952) 226-8678

ngutshall@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us