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					Vita                                                                                     2012
                                   Ellen Hamilton-Ford
1755 Sportsman Lake Road                                                  Home (270) 692-1228
Lebanon, Ky. 40033                                                        Work: 270-789-5477
ehford@campbellsville.edu
                                          Education
 Master of Arts in Instructional Leadership and School Administration. (December 2007)
       Bellarmine University, Louisville, Kentucky
 Planned Fifth Year in Elementary Education. (December 1998)
       Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky
 Bachelor of Science: Elementary Education (Grades K-4, 5th- 6th self-contained) with emphasis
  in English and Communications. (December 1989)
       Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, Kentucky

                                         Experience
St. James School                                     Assistant Principal- August 2004 to present
Assist and support principal/faculty by supervising instruction, coordinating staff professional
growth, managing operational systems, promoting the school through marketing initiatives,
teaching third grade religion class.
St. Brigid Elementary                               Teacher- August 1991 to June 2004 (closed)
Taught primary level self-contained classes, as needed combined classes of first and second
grade, drama, music/art (part-time).
St. Francis of Assisi Elementary                   Teacher- August 1990 to June 1991 (closed)
Taught a combined class of second and third grade.
Marion County Board of Education                    Substitute- 1989 to 1990
Substitute teacher in grades kindergarten through twelfth.

                                    Professional Development
1. Kentucky Teacher Internship Program (K-TIP) Credential. (Aug, 11, 2008-Present)
2. Kentucky Teacher Internship Program (K-TIP) Credential for Interdisciplinary Early
   Childhood Education (IECE). (Aug 30, 2011- Present)
3. Co-Teaching Train the Trainer workshop. (Sept. 22/23, 2011-Present)

                             PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
                                     Kappa Delta Pi

                                  College Teaching Experience
Campbellsville University – Adjunct Instructor
   24 hours of Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Courses: Academic Year 2011-2012
   1 hour of OR 110 First Year Seminar II: Spring 2012


                              References Available Upon Request

				
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