for PISD School Board Trustee #7
Proven - Experience - Leadership
May 4th 2019
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Al Lloyd meets with Towne Lake Estates to identify key issues with Anti Bullying Resources
I am committed to ensuring that all students have a safe learning environment. The safety and well-being of our students are importance to all of us. I will seek to prevent bullying through proactive interventions and strategies. Educators are responsible for preventing and addressing bullying. I encourage students and families to report bullying to their school administrators.
Campaign for Social and Emotional Learning. Suicide Prevention Lifeline
I will fight to approve funding for a Social and Emotional Learning department that will coordinates the implementation and growth of culturally responsive and emotionally safe learning environments. Provide resources to help students develop skills to manage their emotions, form positive relationships, feel empathy for others, and make responsible decisions.
National Suicide Prevention
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Pearland is a beautiful family friendly city. This is my home. In order to serve the people of Pearland, I must conduct an aggressive campaign. It will require strong and organized grassroots organization. I am block walking, speaking, recruiting, and working full time as an assistant principal at Bellaire High School in Houston, Texas. I cannot do it all alone. That's why I'm turning to the people who love this city, know what's best for our kids, and want a Proven Leader to represent them on the School Board.
Early Voting. April 22nd - April 30th
Election day May 4th 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.
School Leadership Experience
CAMPUS LEADERSHIP PROFILE
Currently serving-Assistant Principal Bellaire High School
Magnet Coordinator. Served over 700 students on magnet transfers. Appraised and provided support for effective teachers. NCCER Appraiser CTE labs.
My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Coordinator. Developed and monitored business workforce partnerships along with internships specifically for minority students to gain access to the workforce and career certifications.
Project Advisory Team Member (PAT). Reviewed budgets, schedules and general scope of work for the new career school. Coordinated with architects, design and construction management staff to ensure the projects meet their budgets throughout the design process.
Department Chair for Career and College Readiness (CTE). Served as a mentor to faculty colleagues and as collaborator with other school administrative officers, interpreted school policy, advocated for the CTE department from a perspective of the best overall interest, mission, and vision of Barbara Jordan High School.
METRO Summer Program Coordinator, pilot program. Developed a summer program that adhered to the principles of METRO and HISD. The collaborative partnership allowed the development of appropriate procedures for a summer program called “The Amazing Race”.
Principal Intern Designee Davila Elementary. Developed building-level administrative skills by assisting the Principal and other members of the administrative team in providing professional leadership to organize, administer, and provide support for the summer school program.
Leadership Academy for Houston Independent School District. The School Leadership Academy is a year-long leadership development program designed to identify, train, and support aspiring instructional leaders to meet the district’s need for effective school leaders.
NATEF Board Member for Klein Forest and HCCS. Appraised programs for national certifications and career readiness.
Member of the Effective Teacher Appraisal SDMC for Houston Independent School District.
Business Liaison with METRO, City of Houston, BMW, and Mercedes Benz. Developed placement and training opportunities for graduating seniors. The role allowed me to seek feedback on matters of concern to those companies that invested in our career programs.
Curriculum Team Writer for Career and Technology. Team writers were responsible for leadership in developing the CTE academic curriculum within the guidelines of TEA and HISD.
Shared Decision Making Committee. As a member, we established, monitored, and evaluated goals for budgeting, staffing, curriculum, planning, school organization, staffing patterns, and staff development. This model is aligned to state legislation and HISD board policy.