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 The 2014 Baccalaureate Service will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 16 

Graduation Information (Saturday, May 17, 2014)

Tyler Chaffee '15

HC Profiles

Tyler Chaffee '15

Dr. Celia Smith Rudolph

  • Chair, Department of Education, Music and Art
  • Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

Contact Information:

Education

  • Doctorate, Educational Leadership, Samford University
  • Educational Specialist, Educational Leadership, University of North Alabama
  • Master’s level certification in Educational Administration, Principalship N-12, Auburn University and the University of North Alabama, Florence, combined
  • Master’s level certification in Gifted Education, University of Alabama and the University of South Alabama, combined.
  • Master’s level certification, Mental Retardation, Auburn University
  • Master’s Degree, School Psychology,  Auburn University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology/Secondary Education and Special Education, Huntingdon College
  • Attended Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, Florida

Biography

Dr. Rudolph '80EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  • (2002- present) Assistant Superintendent, Muscle Shoals City Schools, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
  • (1997 -2002)  Assistant Principal, Muscle Shoals Middle School, Muscle Shoals, Alabama;  504 Coordinator for Muscle Shoals City Schools
  • (1994 - 1997) Assistant Principal, Russellville High School, Russellville, Alabama
  • (1992 - 1994)  Contracted School Psychometrist with Muscle Shoals City Schools, Lauderdale County Schools, and Sheffield City Schools; Part-time contracted special education teacher in Muscle Shoals (one semester only)
  • (1991-1992) Contracted School Psychologist with the Allentown City School System, Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • (1989-90) Director of Extended-Day Program for Eufaula City Schools
  • (1987-90) Teacher of Gifted and Talented students in Eufaula City Schools, Alabama
  • (1983-87) Teacher of Educable Mentally Retarded Kindergarten students in Eufaula City Schools, Alabama
  • (1981-83) Teacher of Educable Mentally Retarded Elementary students in Barbour County, Alabama
  • (1980-1981) Teacher of Educable Mentally Retarded students in Lee County Schools, Alabama
  • (1980) Teacher of Educable Mentally Retarded students in Decatur County Schools, Georgia


PROFESSIONAL AWARDS, ACHIEVEMENTS, and SERVICE

(2010 – present) Alabama Council for Leadership Development (ACLD;) (appointed by State Superintendent, Dr. Joseph Morton)

(2010 – present) Executive Board Member of the  Northwest  Alabama Education Partnership

(2009 – present) Executive Board Member for Alabama Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development

(2006 – 2011) Trustee  for Huntingdon College

1998 ) Kappa Delta Pi Inductee, University of North Alabama

(1996 – 1999) National Alumni Board, Huntingdon College

(1996 – present) Co-Founder and Vice President of Creative Curriculum, LLC.

(1990) Awarded “Alabama Environmental Educator of the Year” by the Center for Environmental Research, Troy, Alabama

(1988) Selected “Young Careerist” by the Business and Professional Women’s Association of Eufaula, Alabama

(1987) Selected “Teacher of the Year” from Western Heights Elementary School, Eufaula, Alabama

(1977-1980) (Huntingdon College) Cum Laude Graduate, Cheerleader, Who’s Who Among American Colleges and Universities, Myrtle S. Bonner Award for Outstanding Achievement in Secondary Education, Top Ten Honor Graduate

PUBLICATIONS

Rudolph, C., Wood, T. & Miller-Wood, D.(1990,Spring) “Teaching Basic Sight Words Through Nursery Rhymes to Mildly Handicapped Kindergarten Students”, READING IMPROVEMENT

Rudolph, C., Parker, R.. & Wooten, J. (Eds.)(1996)”Character Traits Made Easy: Simple Lesson Plans for Busy Teachers, Grades 6-12”, Creative Curriculum, LLC.

Rudolph, C., Parker, R..& Wooten, J. (Eds.)(1996)”Character Traits Made Easy: Simple Lesson Plans for Busy Teachers, Grades 3-5”, Creative Curriculum, LLC.

Rudolph, C., Parker, R. & Wooten, J.(Eds.).(1996)”Character Traits Made Easy: Simple Lesson Plans for Busy Teachers, Grades K-2”, Creative Curriculum, LLC.

Rudolph, C. (1996, April 17) “Opinions vary on discussion of new block scheduling”. Franklin County Times. p.1A.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS)

Alabama Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (AASCD) – Executive Committee Member

ASCD (National Level)

School Superintendents of Alabama (SSA)

Phi Delta Kappan

Alabama Association of Federal Program Administrators

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

(2010 – present) Member, Tuscumbia First United Methodist Church

(1994 – present) Member, Florence First United Methodist Church Handbell choir

(2006 – present) Executive Board Member, Tennessee Valley Art Association, Sheffield, AL

(2005- 2008) Board Member, Colbert County Youth Center, Sheffield, AL




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