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104 Sentry Ridge

Smithsburg, MD 21783

Phone (301) 606-4036


Tringmin@wcps.k12.md.us

Mindy Tringone
Education

2012-Present

Frostburg State University

Hagerstown, MD

Masters of Education in Educational Leadership

Coursework to be completed May 2015


1996-2000

Salisbury University

Salisbury, MD

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education


Professional
Experience

2010-Present

Washington County Public Schools

Hagerstown, MD

Lead Teacher/Student Achievement Specialist


Provide support in analyzing/interpreting assessment data
Coach and collaborate with teachers in development of strategies to increase
student achievement
Mentor non-tenured and other assigned teachers
Assist with developing resources and materials to support the implementation of
the Common Core
Provide support to all teachers in curriculum and instructional planning,
assessment, and grading
Provide feedback to all teachers focused on instructional effectiveness based
on classroom visits and assessment data
Develop, plan, and conduct district initiated, building specific, and individual
professional growth activities
Demonstrate effective instructional practices and model lessons
Collaborated with School Improvement Team to write School Improvement Plan for
Title I school
Engaged stakeholders to redefine school vision and mission
Collaborated with leadership team to write Student Learning Objectives
Promotes parental involvement through innovative activities and programs
Interviewed multiple staff members for instructional positions
2005-2009

Washington County Public Schools

Hagerstown, MD

Classroom Teacher, grade 2

Grade level team leader


Facilitator of the School Improvement Team
Applied Coalition of Essential Schools principles to planning and instruction for
students
Responsible for teaching children English Language Arts, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies and Writing
Planned for daily and long-term lesson plans
Differentiated instruction to meet students needs
Communicated with parents
Participated in book studies
Planned and communicated with team to determine best instructional strategies

2000-2005

Montgomery County Public Schools

Rockville, MD

Classroom Teacher, grade 4


Grade level team leader
Member of School Improvement Team
Organized and implemented afterschool tutoring program
Responsible for teaching children English Language Arts, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies and Writing
Planned for daily and long-term lesson plans
Differentiated instruction to meet students needs
Communicated with parents
Planned and communicated with team to determine best instructional strategies
Recent
Professional
Development

Affiliations
and Related
Activities

Professional
Strengths

References

National Association of Elementary School Principals Conference


Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum
Common Ground/Maryland Society for Educational Technology Conference
Educator Effectiveness Academy
Text Complexity, Complex Text, and Text Dependent Questions, with Douglas Fisher
Units of Study in Writing with Lucy Calkins
Charlotte Danielson
Building a Community of Collaboration with Steven Barkley
Teachscape
Stride Academy
FASTT Math
Student Learning Objectives/Performance Learning Objectives
Crisis Prevention Intervention Certification
The Teachers College of Reading and Writing Institute (January 2015)
National Association of Elementary School Principals Presenter
Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum Presenter
Maryland Society for Educational Technology Presenter
New Era Educational Leadership Cohort, WCPS
Maryland State Department of Education Course Instructor
Hagerstown Community College, College for Kids Instructor
Teacher Incentive Fund Grant Power II Team
Student Support Team

Nashville, TN
San Francisco, CA
Ocean City, MD
Present
Two years
Two years
Four years
Three years

Knowledge of Common Core Standards and Implementation Strategies


Knowledge of Charlotte Danielson Framework for Teaching
Knowledge of Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) administration and data
analysis for improved instruction
Vast repertoire of differentiated instructional strategies
Ability to communicate and collaborate with colleagues
Classroom management
Parent Communication
Promotion of positive, professional school culture
Promotion of school and county vision
Ability to write state and national proposals

Tom Garner, principal of Salem Avenue Elementary

301-766-8313

Krista Burgan, principal of Smithsburg Elementary

301-766-8329

Lynda Leon, assistant principal of Salem Avenue

301-766-8313

Pam Ayres, co-director of Coalition of Essential Schools

410-913-9376