About

My inspiration to become an education administrator originates from my desire to be an education leader. During the seven years I have worked as a teacher in New York City, I have always had an empathetic relationship with my students, leading, motivating, and helping them with the support of their parents. However, I believe that I could do more than teach one class at a time, as I consider it to be my personal mission to work with children schoolwide in order to help them to find their true calling in life. I believe that this is the reason why I can be an excellent educational leader.

In my experience, educational leadership is a combination of art, science and human nature. For me, this began as an innate process, which is continuing to evolve and refine over time. What is most important for me is making decisions in a moral and ethical manner. I know that leadership strategies and practices need to adapt to the various dynamic environments, but what I’ve found most important is to have a moral compass to direct important decision-making and to guide my actions towards ethical behavior.

My vision for student achievement begins with my commitment to teaching the whole child. As an assistant principal, I will encourage all adult interactions within the school community to mirror this philosophy and act as models of respect and integrity for students. In doing so, I will support my school in continuing to offer not only a strong academic foundation, but also a rich social and emotional experience so that children receive a well-rounded education. I believe the school community must strive to inspire students to be not only lifelong learners, but also conscientious citizens.

I understand the importance of building strong relationships with the teachers, students, and parents, and it is with these relationships that a shared vision can nurture the successes that have already been made within the school community, and do the work necessary to move the school forward. Across the disciplines, I’d like to develop rich programs that stimulate our students’ interests. Our children have a richer educational experience when they can learn from, and help, those around them.

As an educational leader, I will address the challenges facing my school and my district through the recruitment, training, evaluation and ongoing development of our staff. I will support my superintendent in ensuring that parents, community members, and teachers have a strong vested interest in a shared vision, and co-own the outcomes produced by our school. I will actively engage all stakeholders in fulfilling this mission and enact the vision of all students succeeding in our school.

My belief that all students can succeed, my experience in creating learning communities, and my vision for student achievement qualify me as an excellent school leader who is dedicated to support your districtwide programs and initiatives. I look forward to discussing your vision for student learning, and would appreciate the opportunity to explore ways I can support your efforts to ensure every student in your school will become successful as a learner, a productive member of the school community, and college and career ready.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Andrew Micah Green says:

    Need some tips about our Welsh medium schools from across the pond, Marta? My seven year old begins her second language lessons (English) this year. As an American, the religious studies and mandatory school uniforms raised an eyebrow, but all has a certain logic to them. Ask your students if they need penpals from a land of castles and dragons and I’ll see what I can do.

  2. Your pal and mine, Andy Green says:

    Want to join me in making a SuperScienceBlog for kids?

  3. For kids to grow and expand their knowledge, they need to have opportunities – opportunities outside of the classroom. When I was growing up in Middletown New York, I had precious little opportunities to learn about about how the world worked ( through natural sciences, geography, history) outside the classroom. If you provide your students new friends, from other lands, it expands their knowledge. . .promotes curiousity. . .and gives them a window to the world. It also connects teachers from other parts of the world and lets them share ideas. Write me and we’ll talk.

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