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Katherine Lockwood

Boston University, Boston, MA Degree Awarded September 2017
Master of Education: Teaching and Curriculum; Special Education
3.89 GPA
Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA Degree Awarded December 2016
Master of Education: School Counseling (5-12)
3.89 GPA
Suffolk University, Boston, MA Degree Awarded January 2011
Bachelor of Science: Communication and Journalism
Specialization in Public Relations

Professional Support Personnel, School Guidance Counselor, Initial
Moderate Disabilities, 5-12, Initial
English, 5-8; 8-12, Initial
Endorsement - Sheltered English Immersion - Teacher

Atlantis Charter School, Fall River, MA
School Counselor April 2016-Present
Create and implement School Counseling Core Curriculum and Advisory Programming
Facilitate individual student academic planning
Counsel individual and small groups
Collaborate with teachers, administrators, and support staff to ensure student success
AP Coordinator
SSD Coordinator for College Board Accommodations
Mentor for first year teachers
Chair of Steering Committee for NEASC Accreditation
Special Education Teacher August 2014-April 2016
Educated students in English while providing specialized instruction to students with disabilities
Collaborated with content area teachers to provide access to curriculum instruction
Attended and participated in all IEP meetings
Assisted students in setting goals for the future; mentor students to become self-advocates
Initiated planning with site leaders in the enhancement of advancement instructional time
Grade Team Leader August 2015-August 2016
Facilitated common planning meeting
Liaison between faculty and administration
Provided administrative support and coverage as needed

Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD), Hyannis, MA

Transition to Adulthood Specialist December 2012-February 2014
Worked with students ages 14-22 who are transitioning from special education into adult services
Educated students on postsecondary education and employment opportunities
Assisted students in setting goals for the future
Advocated for students in the special education setting
Promoted opportunities for community integration
Independent Living Specialist August 2011-December 2012
Provided advocacy in the community related to access and discrimination
Connected individuals with social services, educational, and employment programs

Special Education Surrogate Parent Program 2013-Present
Makes educational decisions and advocates for students in DCF care
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Volunteer 2002-Present
Childrens Hospital, Boston 2002-Present