Tutoring Position
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Location: Katy, TX, USA
School: Houston Baptist University; Texas A&M; Methodist Theological School in Ohio
Major: Psychology and French; Psychology; Divinity

Tutoring Position

STELLA K. ROBERTS________________________________________
21751 Cimarron Parkway #311, Katy, TX 77450,------------; ------------

OBJECTIVE: Seeking an Extended-Day/After-School Instructor Position

EC-4 Generalist/ESL Certification/GT Certification
Alternative Teacher Certification Program, June, 2005
Cy-Fair College, Cypress, Texas

Master of Divinity, May, 1995
Methodist Theological School in Ohio, Delaware, Ohio

M.S. Psychology (Social), December, 1990
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

B.A. Psychology and French, May, 1983 - Summa cum laude (first in class)
Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas

Aldine Independent School District; Cypresswood Elementary, 2015-2019
Innetta Carter, Principal
• Second grade GT, ESL, and Inclusion Master Teacher
• Top five in growth for both ELA and Math students, 2015-2018

Aldine Independent School District; Conley Elementary, 2010-2015
Katy Roede and LaDon Ward, Principals
• Second grade GT and ESL Master Teacher
• Teacher of the Year, 2013-2014

Aldine Independent School District; Harris Academy, 2006-2010
Pat Leon-Wade and Kathy Bacy, Principals
• French Teacher, K-5, GT and ESL
• District Elementary Champions in French, 2007-2010

Katy Independent School District; Jeanette Hayes Elementary, 2003-2006
Dr. Steve Robertson, Principal
• Tutored at-risk Kindergarteners for highly-successful Kindergarten Accelerated Reading Education Program (KARE)
• Substitute taught K-5

Katy Kumon Learning Center, 2006
• Taught EC-4/GT math and reading
Columbus Public Schools, LatchKey Program, Columbus, Ohio, 2000-2003
Maize Elementary, Ray Evans, Principal
• Provided before and after-school care for fifty-five students, grades K-5,
in one of the largest programs in the District
• Wrote lesson plans and taught science and social studies to third, fourth,
and fifth graders
• Created and organized educational activity and learning centers
• Supervised LatchKey assistants in their duties and responsibilities
• Managed extensive record keeping and performed related accounting and
administrative duties

YMCA LatchKey Program, Columbus, Ohio, 1997-1999
• Provided after-school care, guidance, and supervision for thirty-six students,
grades K-5
• Interacted positively with the children to keep them engaged and stimulated
to enhance learning, play, and growth
• Supervised, supported, and cooperated with staff teachers
• Served as liaison to principal and staff of host school
• Performed administrative, accounting, and scheduling duties and responsibilities

Saint John Methodist Episcopal Church, Worthington, Ohio, 1998-1999
• Assisted the senior minister in the performance of pastoral duties of preaching,
teaching, celebration of the liturgy and sacraments, and administration of
burial rites
• Provided pastoral counseling, prayer, and visitation of the sick and shut-in
• Assisted the senior minister in actively maintaining our Conference connection
in accordance with The Bible and The Book of Discipline

Treasury Department - Internal Revenue Service, Columbus, Ohio, 1988-1991
Anita Van Order, Manager
• Utilized strong communication skills to interview and counsel taxpayers
regarding their responsibilities under federal tax laws
• Applied investigative techniques and organizational skills in locating
taxpayers, assets, and income
• Applied judicial and accounting methods to analyze operations, financial
conditions, and profitability of businesses and individuals for satisfying
delinquent tax liabilities

Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, 1986-1988
Richard Sunderman, Manager
• Applied strong detail-oriented organizational skills in managing more than
seventy controlled documents and related historical records for the
world’s largest not-for-profit organization
• Reorganized and updated the controlled document centers for both Battelle
and the Department of Energy
• Supervised administrative staff of three, including training, scheduling,
problem solving, and performance reviewing

The Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Columbus, Ohio, 1985-1986
Rev. Anthony P. Sarris, Senior Priest
• Provided Christian counseling to groups and individuals, using an
eclectic, psychotherapeutic approach

• Helen Dornette Academic Scholarship ($20,000) for seminary
• The Academic Scholarship for undergraduate, HBU, all four years
• First in college class (3.97) and high school class (4.00)
• Outstanding Psychology Major, 1983 and French Major, 1982
• Excellence in Psychology Award, 1983 Houston Psychological Association
• Manager’s Award for Excellence, 1990, Internal Revenue Service
• Member of Psi Chi, Alpha Chi, and Alpha Mu Gamma academic fraternities
• Youth Director – Bread of Life Church
• Pastoral Internship – Reconciling Congregation Program

Stella K. Roberts