D'Andrea Chapman, Principal
D'Andrea is an administrator who believes in providing a 'world class education' to all students.
She is a National Board Certified Teacher who has held numerous supervisory positions during her educational career such as Assistant Principal and Principal within Baltimore City Public Schools.
She has also served as Chair of the Grant Committee wherein she wrote and administered two Comprehensive School Reform Grants, Chaired the IEP Team for three years, presented at Morgan State University - Challenges of the 21st Century: Diversity, Research and Leadership in Higher Education, as well as presenting at the University of Virginia, and the Virginia Department of Education, Comprehensive School Reform Workshop.
Ms. Chapman has also served as the Rigby Balanced Literacy Model Facilitator/Trainer, and presented at the National Association Elementary School Principals Conferences in prior years.
understands the role of technology in educating students in the 21st Century.
role as Instructional Technology Specialist, she
provided demonstration lessons for teachers and helped building-level personnel develop and implement curricula and lesson plans while conducting over 50 training sessions a month (to individuals and/or groups).
diligently worked with teachers and teacher leaders to tailor assessments to mirror State learning objectives.
provided in-building and citywide in-service sessions, demonstrated instructional technology and management strategies in the classroom; researched and disseminated pertinent literature and resources to identify additional teaching strategies which incorporate instructional technology as she
determined curricular needs as defined by teacher and principal input, research and current trends.
D'Andrea holds a Master's in Special Education from Norfolk State University, as well as an Education Specialist Degree (Ed.S) in Educational Leadership and Administration from the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at George Washington University.
She is presently working on her doctorate at George Washington University in Educational Administration and Policy Studies.