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1 RUBY PRICE Hwy 101 P.O. Box 8 Port Orford, Oregon Office: (541) School District Educational Leader with comprehensive experience in School and District Operations Team Building/ Staff Development State and & Federal Legislation Curriculum & Instruction Strategic Planning Bilingual Education Parent & Community Engagement Budgeting/Finance Dynamic, bilingual educational leader with a record of improving student performance at all levels by strengthening staff, increasing funding and building community support. Strong experience working with children of poverty and children from Spanish-speaking families. Successful at maximizing the strengths of available personnel and resources to meet the goals of the No Child Left Behind Act. Extensive knowledge of federal laws, regulations and guidelines as a practitioner, grant-writer, and leader/manager. Accomplished in coordinating and leveraging federal, state and district funding streams to provide the best possible service. o Raised more than $1,100,000 additional funding for education o Trained more than 2,500 principals and teachers to provide improved reading instruction in 250 schools o Mobilized more than 900 business and community volunteers to support local schools

2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Success For All Foundation Director, Leadership Academy/District Relations Representative Directly responsible for the development of Leadership Academies to improve the reading ability of students at all grade levels. Designed year long professional development effort to equip superintendents, principals, and teachers with critical tools that they need to implement comprehensive educational reform. Demonstrated the ability to design curricula that show results; to work effectively with large numbers of administrators and teachers; and to create and implement meaningful learning strategies. More than 25,000 students in districts and schools served by Leadership Academies have demonstrated dramatic results, meeting and exceeding benchmarks for Adequate Yearly Progress. Conducted Leadership Academies for key leadership personnel including Superintendents, principals, and teachers K-12 in over 30 districts and 250 plus schools nationwide, influencing more than 1,000 teachers and ensuring results for over 10,000 students Provided frequent, intensive assistance to administrators and teachers including: o Teaching and reinforcing principles of quality leadership o Establishing student achievement goals and monitoring techniques o Using school-wide student achievement data to monitor and improve teaching and learning o Aligning instruction and high-stakes assessments o Setting goals and establishing a quality professional development program that supports these goals Led the training of Success for All Foundation personnel to use the curriculum developed for Leadership Academies to conduct professional development trainings nationwide, impacting hundreds of districts and thousands of teachers and students Field Manager Bilingual Randomized Research Study Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland Responsible for the direction and implementation of a major federally funded fouryear study to determine the most effective methods of instruction to teach Spanishdominant students. Managed $5,395,763 Grant budget Directed and supervised the implementation of the study in 5 Two-Way Bilingual (Dual Language) and 11 Bilingual Transitional Schools across the United States

3 Coordinated the instructional program for 1,600 students participating in the grant Supervised the training of 192 teachers on school sites in order to prepare them to participate in the study Ensured that quality research-based curriculum was in use at every school site Provided supervision for the ongoing monitoring and assessment of teachers and students, setting up systems to encourage communication and peer support Principal Highland Elementary School Bilingual Comprehensive Reform Demonstration Site Salem-Keizer School District, Salem OR Led a reform effort that quadrupled the number of students reading at grade level, boosted outside funding by $1,100,000 and transformed the staff from one of the least to one of the most experience and qualified in the school district. Led a year long effort involving staff, parents, and students to create a vision for the re-engineering of the school for student success: o Data driven o Community focused o Results oriented o Relationships valued After facilitating the development of a vision which would serve as the driving force, gathered the resources in order to implement change o Raised more than $1 million in outside funding o Enlisted the support of the business & faith community Reading Mentor Program After school program o Supported parents as critical partners to their children s educational success Outcomes: Student scores increased exponentially: From 19 % of 3 rd graders reading at grade level in 1996 to 83% as measured by Oregon State Assessments in 2000; 5 th graders showed an increase in students at grade level from 13% to over 50 % in same span of time. Student attendance rates grew from a low of 85% to 93% Parent involvement rose from 6 parents at initial planning to 320 plus involved in Back to School evenings, volunteer opportunities, after-school programming. Increased highly qualified teaching staff. Highland now has one of the highest rates of highly qualified teachers in a high poverty school in the state of Oregon.

4 Title I Coordinator/ Principal 1994/1997 Salem-Keizer School District & Lake Labish Elementary School Served as Title I Coordinator for 38,236 student School District while simultaneously serving as Principal of small high-poverty Title I Bilingual School, Lake Labish. As Title I Coordinator: In charge of all areas of operation of district wide Title I & Homeless programs Pre Kindergarten Grade 12. Developed and managed multi-million dollar yearly budget First to coordinate implementation of schoolwide Title I programs, allowing for increasing flexibility of federal funding to support programs targeted to increase student success Restructured District level staff to be more responsive to school based needs Designed a new accountability system for equitable allocation of Title 1 funding to district schools o Focused on actual percent of students in poverty Orchestrated a turnaround in Parent and Community involvement, both at the district and individual school levels Established Title I department goals with principals, teachers, parents, and patrons of Title I schools and ensured financial resources necessary to provide yearly support to achieve goals Oversaw the work of 39 Title 1 teachers and provided direct and indirect support to 15 principals, high school through elementary, resulting in increased student achievement As Principal at Lake Labish: Provided coordination and support to community effort to become the first Oregon school to implement a student uniform program Designed and directed school s first Outdoor School program After 3 years of focused effort, the majority of students were reading at or above grade levels Additional Professional Experience Adjunct Professor/Instructor Portland State University Department of Continuing Education Assistant Principal Gubser Elementary School/Schirle School Salem-Keizer School District

5 Title 1 Basic Skills Teacher Richmond Elementary School Salem-Keizer School District Adjunct Instructor/ Practicum Supervisor Western Oregon State College Instructor/Facilitator Portland State University, Department of Continuing Education Teacher Central Howell School & SD DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES: Continuing Superintendent Certificate, Executive Leadership Program (50 hours course work toward doctorate) Portland State University, Portland, Oregon 2001 Standard Administrative certificate, Principal Endorsement Portland State University, Portland, Oregon 1987 Masters in Education Administration Portland State University, Portland, Oregon 1987 Bachelor of Science in Education 1985 Basic Elementary Teaching Certificate Basic Reading Endorsement K-12 Western Oregon State College, Monmouth, Oregon PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND HONORS: Highland Elementary School ranked Exceptional by Oregon State Department of Education Report Card 2000 Appointment to National Principals Forum Planning Team Northwest Regional Education Lab & Temple University 1999 Outstanding Elementary Mentor Program Award, Salem-Keizer SD, Community Relations Department. Richmond Elementary School 1992 Governor s Award for Volunteerism, Office of the Governor. 1991

6 Coordinated Richmond s PST (Parent-Staff-Together) Award-winning Team. Recipient, Special Contribution to Community Education by a School Staff Member. Salem- Keizer SD 1991 Finalist, Oregon Teacher of the Year Program, Oregon State Department of Education 1990 COMMUNITY & PROFESSIONAL BOARDS: Board Member, WESD Willamette Education Service District Marion-Polk-Yamhill Counties Director Child Health Initiative Policy Board Marion County, Oregon Director, Salvation Army Board Salem, Oregon Member Western Baptist College Consortium Board Salem, Oregon Director Northwest Women in Administration Portland, Oregon Director, CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children Marion & Polk Counties Guest speaker/lecturer Presenter/speaker for: National Principals forum in Washington, D.C., Oregon School Boards Association Confederation of School Administrators Oregon Department of Education International Reading Association Local Education Agencies Conference on Minority Issues Oregon PTA Northwest Regional Lab Schools and Districts in Alaska, Oregon, Washington, California, New Mexico, Utah, Kansas, Texas, North Carolina, Florida and Georgia

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