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Transcript of Rebecca Albrecht
449 SW 25th Street, Trenton, MO 64683
Jameson High School - Diploma
Northwest MO State University - Bachelor of Science
Southwest MO State University - Master of Science
William Woods University - Specialist in Education
William Woods University - Doctorate in Education (expected 2015)
American and Missouri Association of School Administrators
Missouri United School Insurance Council Board of Directors
Missouri-Kansas Superintendent Forum
Missouri Association of School Business Officials
Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
Superintendent of Schools at
Student Population: 1100+
Buildings: Early Childhood Center,
Rissler Elementary, Middle School,
High School, Success Center
Additional Leadership Positions: Teacher,
Assistant Principal, MS Principal,
High School Principal
I have led Trenton R-IX through six years of PLC implementation and integrated the work of researchers such as Ruby Payne, Doug Reeves, and Richard Dufour. Under my direction, staff is utilizing data walls, research based instructional techniques, and studying grading alternatives. I am well versed in the MSIP 5 standards, the Missouri Learning Standards, teacher evaluation requirements, and next generation assessments. To prepare for the future, I am utilizing the International Center for Leadership in Education which touts the work of Ray McNulty and Bill Daggett.
Superintendent Summit Participant 2013 Trenton Chamber of Commerce Large Business of the Year
2013 NAASSP & MetLife Breakthrough High School Recipient 2013 Missouri Alternative Education State Conference Presenter
2012, 2013, 2014 U.S. News & World Report Bronze School Recipient 2013 MSBA Spring Regional Meeting Presenter
2011 Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow 2008 NW District MASA New Superintendent of the Year
2008 Missouri FCCLA Outstanding School Administrator
*Realigned curriculum and implemented programming for academic improvements resulting in the district’s first ever Performance in Distinction designation (2011) and scores of 14/14 on the Annual Performance Report in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012. These scores were improved to 14 from 9 in 2006. The district's 2014 APR was 95%.
*Implemented 1:1 iPad initiative in grades seven & eight. Expanding to grades nine through twelve this year.
*Opened Trenton R-IX Success Center to house alternative education programs such as School to Work Transition, Homebound, and Missouri Options.
*Passed $4 million bond issue for construction and led fund raising for stadium renovation and all-weather track construction.
*During tenure, the district’s reserves have increased 5% while base teacher pay has increased 16.8% and support staff base pay has increased 28.8%. Employee benefits have expanded, as well.
I offer your district a wide variety of talents and skills:
Strong work ethic
Commitment to excellence
Ability to work under pressure
Ability to manage multiple tasks
Outstanding verbal & written communication skills
Proficiency in technology
Expertise in curriculum mapping & alignment
Belief in parent/community support & involvement in educational process
Experience developing & conducting staff workshops
Experience as a mediator between employees, Board of Education, & media
Experience setting and implementing school policy
In-depth knowledge of educational trends, general practices, and legislation
I have strong core educational beliefs:
All kids can learn.
All kids deserve high expectations.
Effective instruction is based on assessment of needs.
Literacy and numeracy instruction is fundamental.
Improved student outcomes is the educational focus.
In summary, I believe we, as teachers, are here to do good things for other people.
Dennis Gutshall, Retired Director of Support Services (Assistant Supt) - 660-635-0053
"During my educational career, I have worked under eight superintendents. By far, Becky has been the most effective, efficient, balanced, and well-rounded....Her decision making has always been based on what is best for students."
Kevin Bailey, Trenton R-IX Board of Education President - 660-359-2315
Dr. Neal Nuttall, North Central Missouri College President - 660-359-7150
Rob Dowis, Retired Superintendent - 660-254-4292
Bruce Johnson, LJ Hart & Company Vice President - 660-783-2629
Barbara Cox, Retired Director of Educational Services - 660-654-0536
"Supportive of staff and students alike, Becky leads by example. You will often find her “in the trenches,” working alongside students, teachers, and fellow administrators until the task at hand is complete. Since she is out among the classrooms in the buildings every day at one time or another, it is not unusual to see her covering a portion of a class for teachers from time to time, chaperoning student field trips (she rode the bus with my gifted classes all the way to Kansas City and Olathe earlier this year), working a track meet, or keeping time for a sporting event."
On a personal note, I have a wonderful family. My husband Quentin and I have been married 24 years. He is an educator and teaches history at North Central Missouri College. I have three sons. Gannon is a freshman studying marine biology at NWMSU. He works as a lifeguard, teaches swimming lessons, and has earned his Eagle Scout Rank. Gavin is a junior, attends the Missouri Academy at NWMSU, and plans a career in engineering. Gage is in eighth grade. He enjoys reading, building things, and participating in Scholar Bowl. All three boys are outstanding students and good citizens. They often help me with my varied community service activities. My family consumes most of my free time, but I do enjoy reading, traveling, and gardening.
As an experienced and dedicated professional, I have considerable knowledge and skills to offer your district and welcome the opportunity to visit with you about the position of school superintendent.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
- Nelson Mandela