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ALLISON LA RUE

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER


(5 09 ) 63 8 - 2 03 7 amlarue8@gmail.com 36620 N Muehle Rd. Elk, WA 99009

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY
E L EM EN TA RY S CH O OL T EAC H ER
Reliable, detail-oriented, hardworking individual who has demonstrated the ability to work effectively
with students in the classroom and has shown the capacity to engage students in lessons that enhance
their learning.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Stu d e nt Teach er | Jan u ar y 2 0 20 – M ay 2 02 0
Prairie View Elementary School – Mead School District | Spokane, WA

• Taught in a fifth-grade classroom to a group of 30 students. Responsible for the grading, lesson planning, and
organization of the classroom.
• Adapted lesson plans to fit the individual needs of students.
 Conducted parent-teacher conferences and was in frequent communication with parents regarding the needs
of their student.

Ad van ce d P ract icu m | A u gu st 20 19 – S ep tem b er 20 19


Prairie View Elementary School – Mead School District | Spokane, WA

• Observed a fifth-grade classroom and assisted the classroom teacher as needed.


• Taught observed lessons to students in reading, writing, and mathematics.
 Attended an IEP meeting to discuss how to meet the needs of a student;
 Worked with the special education teacher to teach a literacy lesson to students that are pulled out of their
general education classroom during literacy.
 Served as the main teacher of the classroom when a substitute teacher was in for the day.

Pra ct icu m fo r B lo ck I I | Jan u ar y 20 1 9 – Ap r i l 2 0 19


Sunnyside Elementary School – Pullman School District | Pullman, WA

• Observed a first-grade classroom and assisted the classroom teacher as needed.


• Worked with ELL students as well as students with disabilities in the classroom and assisted them as needed.
• Taught a literacy lesson to a small group of students and adapted the lesson to meet their needs.

Pra ct icu m fo r B lo ck I | Sep tem b er 2 0 18 – De ce m b er 2 01 8


Jefferson Elementary School – Pullman School District | Pullman, WA

• Observed a kindergarten classroom and assisted the classroom teacher as needed.


• Worked with students at a variety of levels and assisted them in their learning.
• Observed parent-teacher conferences and played an active role in classroom management.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Aq u at ics Pro gra m Co o rd in ato r | M ay 2 0 19 – Pre sen t
Spokane County Parks, Recreation & Golf | Spokane, WA

• Conducted interviews for summertime employment


• Lead trainings for employees in Lifeguarding, Water Safety, CPR and First Aid
• Taught and certified students in Lifeguarding/CPR/First Aid
• Worked as a leader while managing over 60 employees
• Worked as a part of a successful team
• Created accurate lesson plans to teach students
• Created accurate schedules for employees
• Obtained Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) certification

Aq u at ic Fac i li ty M an a ge r | Ju l y 20 16 – Au gu st 2 01 8 ( Se ason a l)
Spokane County Parks, Recreation & Golf | Spokane, WA
• Worked as a leader while managing over 20 employees
• Conducted trainings for employees in Lifeguarding/CPR/First Aid
• Created accurate daily schedules for over 20 employees
• Evaluated the skills of employees to ensure the safety of patrons in the facility
• Obtained Lifeguarding (LG) and Lifeguard Instructor (LGI) certifications

He ad Sw im Te am Co ach & Water Safet y In str u ctor | Ju l y 20 15 – A u gu st 20 18 (S ea son al )


Spokane County Parks, Recreation & Golf | Spokane, WA
• Created accurate lesson plans to teach students
• Managed over 60 kids under the age of 18 at local swim meets
• Tailored lesson plans to help fit the needs of each participant
• Communicated parents regarding schedules or the progress of their child
• Obtained Water Safety Instructor (WSI) and CPR/First Aid/AED certifications

C E R T I F I C AT I O N S E D U C AT I O N KEY COMPETENCE

ELEMENTARY TEACHER ELEMENTARY EDUCATION | B.A.  Manage Student Behavior


CERTIFICATION WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY  Tailor Lessons to Meet the
2020 PULLMAN, WA Needs of Diverse Students
2016 – 2020
 Develop Lesson Plans
TEACHING ENGLISH AS A *President’s Honor Roll
SECOND LANGUAGE *Member of Kappa Delta Pi, an  Classroom Management
CERTIFICATION Honor Society for Education  Parent Communications
2020 *Class of 2020  Work as a Part of a Successful
Team
RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
CHATTAROY, WA
*National Honor Society
Secretary
*Class of 2016