Sarah Sir Hendrey

Early Childhood Educator

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Professional Profile

An enthusiastic learner, teacher and collaborator looking to assist in: the molding of life-long learners, facilitating a positive outlook on education and gaining knowledge, and creating and implementing rigorous, relevant curriculum, thus enabling students to achieve their highest possible learning potential.

  • Experienced teaching early childhood age groups

  • Proficient in use of technology: internet, Microsoft Office, smart board hardware and software

  • Detail oriented and organized with lesson planning, grade reporting, paperwork and directives


Teacher, Fort Worth ISD

Fort Worth, Texas — 2006-Present

  • 2007-Present: Riverside Applied Learning Center, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and 2nd Grade

  • 2008, 2010: Summer School, 1st and 2nd grade Math and Reading

  • 2011: Campus Teacher of the Year


University of Texas- Arlington

Bachelor of Arts Child Studies — 2006

Tarrant County College- Northeast Campus

Associate of Arts Child Development — 2004


Texas Teacher Certifications

Generalist EC-4, ESL

Professional Learning

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project- Columbia University

Writing Project- June 2014, June 2015

Reading Project- August 2015, June 2016

Key Qualifications

  • Certified GT through FWISD and currently preparing for the state certification exam

  • Experience planning and executing Project Based Learning experiences for/with students

  • Experienced with many different teaching models such as: self-contained, co-teaching, inclusion, GT and ESL clusters

  • Presented and implemented ideas for the classroom to campus staff after attending TAGT conferences, Applied Learning Academies, and The Reading and Writing Project

  • Adept and comfortable leading/attending Parent/Teacher conferences, ARDs and RTI meetings

  • Supervised and mentored student teachers and pre-student teachers at the college and HS levels

  • Passionate about tailoring education to the individual, meeting each student’s needs through differentiation, goal setting, and tutoring while connecting learning to the real world with applied projects