Sara Gregory


Professional Objective:

To secure a position as an elementary or elementary bilingual teacher, preferably in the primary grades.



Texas Lutheran University                        1997-2001

Seguin, Texas

Degree: BA in Multidisciplinary Studies             Specialization: Spanish

Graduation: May 2001              ExCET Test:  Passed


Special Skills:


Small group and 1-on-1 work with students

Math instruction

Computer Skills:

HTML and web pages

Word processing


Student Teaching:

Jefferson Elementary School, Seguin, Texas

First Grade, Bilingual

Responsibilities included:

Small group instruction within learning centers

Daily activities such as calendar and interactive writing

Writing lesson plans to follow the curriculum

Adjusting for special needs students such as LEP and hearing impaired


Professional Experience:

Classroom observations in the Seguin Independent School District included grades 1-3 Bilingual, 8 Spanish, music, and physical education.  Responsibilities included observing teacher behavior, observing student response, and applying new strategies in small group or one-on-one situations with students.

Camp Counselor at Sonrise Lutheran Ministries             Pottersville, New York

Summer 2000

Responsibilities included planning activities on a week-by-week basis, first-aid certification, group counseling techniques in an informal setting, and daily reflection on events in a staff meeting.

Summer Camp teacher at Country Home Learning Center         San Antonio, Texas

Summer 1999

Responsibilities included planning weekly activities, math and reading instruction, field trip planning and supervision, classroom management, and daily contact with students’ parents.


Study Abroad:

Granada, Spain with Central College Abroad    (Central College, Iowa)

September-December 1999

Included orientation period, classes conducted in Spanish, living with a host family, and travel across southern Spain.




Tutoring students in English

Granada, Spain September-December 1999

Responsibilities included assisting with homework and practice in spoken English.

Leadership position in a fraternal organization

Reisterstown, Maryland            1996-1997

Responsibilities included running regular meetings, planning and conducting activities, assigning duties to members for a 6-month term, and acting as a representative of the organization.


Professional Memberships:

Texas Student Education Association/Texas Student Teachers’ Association      2000-2001

University level of Texas Education Association.



References to be furnished upon request.