New principal resume

Mary C.Maloney Ph. D.

 

Objective 

Maximize students learning in a faith based learning community by collaborating with all stakeholders to implement a rigorous, standard-based curriculum with research-based instructional practices to sustain an inclusive, spiritual, learner-centered environment that enables students to reach their full potential. 

 

 

Education 

Doctor of Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago 

Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Masters of Education, DePaul University Chicago 

Curriculum and Instruction 

Bachelor of Arts, University of Notre Dame 

English and History 

Credentials 

Illinois Certificate type 75 General Administration 

Experience 

United States Peace Corps Teacher, Cameroon, Africa 

Taught French-speaking African junior high and high school students “English as a Foreign Language” for a two-year term as a volunteer (TEFL) in a Cameroon high school upon completion of her studies at University of Notre Dame. 

Elementary Teacher 

Chicago Public Schools 

Curriculum and Instruction Specialist and Assistant Principal 

Woodland District and Little Woods School, St. Charles 

Elementary School Principal 

Glenbrook Elementary School and Pleasant Hill School, Palatine, IL 

 

Last Published: May 16, 2017 6:08 PM
Baptism Preparation

 

Share your Spirit

You can help young couples prepare for the baptism of their child. This is a perfect ministry for a married couple with children of your own. It is a joyful experience. We meet once a month on a Tuesday with couples preparing for baptism. The format is discussion with a focus on Sacrament. Call the parish office 847-966-8145. 

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Virtus

 

VIRTUS programs are designed to help protect children from sexual abuse.  To achieve this goal, the Archdiocese of Chicago offers the program “Protecting God’s Children.”   The sessions provide information to raise awareness and to help prevent abuse using worksheets, discussions and videos that incorporate interviews with both victims and convicted perpetrators.

The Archdiocese of Chicago requires every employee and volunteer who interacts with children to complete the program.  To comply with this requirement, St. John Brebeuf is proud to offer “Protecting God’s Children” to its parishioners and all employees and volunteers of the Archdiocese.  Group sessions are facilitated by parishioners Pam Perez and Tim Spadoni and are generally held one weeknight per month, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m., in the May Ministry Center.

 

 

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The ministry of Saint John Brebeuf is constantly growing and renewing. Please look below and sign up for the talents you wish to share.

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Your Sunday contribution provides support for Catholic Education. This education is the best method for keeping our Christian values in a tumultous society.

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