Sandra K.

Intrieri
156 Grand Street - Croton on Hudson, NY 10520
914.494.2968(C) intrieris@gmail.com

EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS
Bank Street College, Certificate in Special Education Leadership anticipated 2014
Manhattanville College, Professional Diploma in School District Leadership NYS SBL 2010
SUNY New Paltz, Master of Science in Education 1997 -Soc. Studies 7-12
Marist College, Bachelor of Arts 1989
Harvard Graduate School, Harvard Leadership Conference summer 2011
Permanent License in Social Studies 7-12: State of New York
Provisional License in English 7-12: State of New York

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
MILLBROOK CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Millbrook, NY
2012- present
Principal
 Serve as instructional leader and supervisor for all building level activities. Responsibilities include:
chairing Section 504 and RTI teams, managing building budget, school wide discipline, scheduling and
supervising and evaluating approximately 40 staff members.
 Designed and implemented Explore Program: 12th grade internship experience.
 Initiated the implementation of Positive Behavioral Supports Team to improve school climate.
 Developed new 9 period master schedule to accommodate building level needs.
 Revised attendance policy to reduce student loss of course credit and ensure academic success for all
students.
 Plan building level professional development for staff in the areas of effective instruction, student
disabilities and technology.
 Coordinated CCSS training for all content areas in close reading strategy, Tri-States Rubric, and CCSS
reading and writing standards.
 Collaborated with faculty on data analysis to improve classroom instruction.
 Focused on college and career readiness by increasing student participation in AP program, and the
addition of college level and elective courses.
 Collaborated with Athletic Director on the opening of new athletic complex.
 Revised and improved safety protocols and procedures to ensure for the welfare of staff and students.
 Initiated and implemented new 8th-9th grade transition program with Assistant Principal.
 Increased school-home communication through parent portal implementation, surveys and use of social
media.
 Fostered a climate of equity where all students can succeed: revised the Student of Quarter recognition, 
and Academic Awards to address gender issues

DOBBS FERRY UNION FREE SCHOOL Dobbs Ferry, NY
Assistant Principal

2010-2012

Organizational Leadership
 Partnered with principal to supervise all major building activities for 450 students, 50 staff and nurse.
 Coordinated the programming and testing for The International Baccalaureate Program. .
 Chaired and facilitated building level decision-making team and District Nutrition Committee
 Implemented and facilitated Response to Intervention meetings.
 Organized and implemented the 8th - 9th grade transition program with guidance counselors.
 Facilitated PBIS program and Anti-Bullying Task Force to promote a positive school environment
 Developed mid-term and NYS Regents testing schedules, procedures and protocols.
 Organized and facilitated New Teacher Mentoring Program.
Instructional Leadership
 Evaluated and collaborated with teachers to improve instruction and classroom management through
observations, pre and post observation meetings.
 Created individual professional development plans for each teacher and tailored classroom observations
accordingly.
 Collaborated with principal to plan and organize an ongoing school-wide approach to differentiated
professional development based on teacher need and student data.
 Coordinated the K-12 Physical Education Department in 2010-2011 school year.
 Mentored faculty members in the design of curriculum and behavioral management strategies.
 Worked with teachers to write curriculum maps for ATLAS software in UBD format.
Student Support
 Enforced Student Code of Conduct: Implemented consequences for infractions to Code of Conduct,
oversight of student absenteeism, and organization of family-school meetings.
 Collaborated with Special Education Case Managers to develop student behavior plans.
 Facilitated all pupil personnel meetings to strategize interventions and support for students.
 Collaborated with Guidance Department to implement procedures for student-related issues such as
crisis intervention, student scheduling and college and career readiness.
DOBBS FERRY UNION FREE SCHOOL Dobbs Ferry, NY
6-12 Curriculum Coordinator in Social Studies

2004-2010

Administrative Responsibilities
 Worked with administration and teachers in the coordination of curriculum and instruction for the Social
Studies department in grades 6-12.
 Facilitated data analysis of student performance on NYS Regents Social Studies exams.
 Coordinated the writing of 6-12 department curriculum maps and DBQ writing protocol.
 Collaborated with teachers to develop strategies for improving student performance.
 Facilitated all social studies staff development meetings.
 Implemented and coordinated the Humanities Research Paper for grades 9 and 10
 Co-chaired District Professional Development Plan Committee.
 Organized and coordinated Five Year IB evaluation among faculty, parents, and students.
 Organized the Extended Essay and CAS program to meet the changing requirements of the IB Diploma
Program.
 Worked with administration and teachers in the coordination of curriculum and instruction for the
English department 9-12.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
DOBBS FERRY UNION FREE SCHOOL Dobbs Ferry, NY
2004-2010
Social Studies Teacher
 Instructed students in IB History of the Americas, AP European History and Global Studies 9 courses.
CROTON HARMON SCHOOL DISTRICT Croton-on-Hudson, NY
2000-2004
Social Studies Teacher
 Instructed students in AP US History and US History and Government in preparation for AP and NYS
Regents exams.
 Collaborated with faculty and administration on maintaining Coalition of Essential Schools programs
including: CHAP: student advisory committee/Senior internship program.
 Middle States Accreditation Committee.
DOVER UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT Dover Plains, NY
Social Studies/English Teacher
 Instructed students in both English and Social Studies courses in grades 7-12.
 Integral in the implementation of Block Scheduling
 Authored New York State Global Studies Regents questions in 1994 and 1996.

1989-2000

CONSULTING WORK
MARIST COLLEGE, Poughkeepsie NY
Advisory Panel Teacher Education Program

2013- present

GREENBURGH CENTRAL 7 SCHOOL DISTRICT, Hartsdale, NY
2010
Social Studies Curriculum Consultant
 Coordinated the development of curriculum mapping for 9-12 Social Studies department and
implemented new Regents data analysis protocol.

AWARDS
Manhattanville College: Contributions in School District Leadership

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