Mrs. Lisa Stanley

Phone: (916) 726-1400 Ext. 6153/6366

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Degrees and Certifications:

Degrees M.A. Educational Administration & Supervision California State University, Sacramento. 2011 Bachelor of Arts English Literature California State University, San Bernardino. 1993 Professional Certifications College Board Advanced Placement Certification, Language and Composition. 2014 Gifted Education Certification. Roseville, CA. 2006 Preliminary Administrative Services Credential. CSU Sacramento, CA 2003 California CLAD/SDAIE Certification. UC San Diego, CA. 2002 Professional Clear Single Subject Credential: English. CSU San Bernardino, CA 1994. Spring Schedule: 1st Period: CP English 9 2nd Period: AP Language and Composition 4th Period: CP English 9

Mrs. Lisa Stanley

I have always been in education, and I have always loved it. Since beginning my teaching career in 1994, providing challenging, enriching, and engaging learning experiences for my students has always been my priority. I believe that every student has the potential to learn at high levels, and I continually strive to create opportunities for them to access this potential. I taught in Southern California public schools for two years before moving to the Sacramento area in 1996. Since then, I have taught students in both the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District and the Roseville Joint Union High Schol District.

As an Antelope Titan, I am proud to be a part of the excellence established by all staff members, and it is my greatest hope to continue to contribute to that excellence for many years to come. I have over 20 years of experience teaching English Language Arts and worked as the English department chair, as a reviewer for the California Department of Education for the Common Core curriculum, and as an assessor for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). I also hold experience as site coordinator and district liaison for gifted and talented education programs, as the site coordinator for English Learner instructional programs and testing services, and am the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) coordinator for Antelope High School for the 2017-2018 school year.

I am a firm believer in effective systems that maximize the student learning experience. I am proud to work and to collaborate in a school culture that encourages continuous improvements for teachers and students and am inspired to assist in the development of environments that encourage open communication with colleagues, students, and the community. My students are my inspiration and my motivation. Having the opportunity to be a part of their lives is the greatest honor of my life.