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Denise Fredrick

Executive Director Accnt and Federal Programs

Springfield Public Schools

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Springfield Public Schools

1359 E. Saint Louis Street

Springfield, Missouri,65802

United States

Company Description

Springfield Public Schools is dedicated to providing students the knowledge and opportunity to achieve their dreams. The Springfield Public Schools Hall of Fame honors some of the district's most outstanding graduates whose education has been a cornerstone of ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Consultant

Science Education Consulting


President

Springfield Public Schools Board of Education


Director of Secondary Education

Missouri State University


Biology Teacher

Kickapoo High School


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www.news-leader.com

Denise Fredrick - December 9, 2008
Denise Fredrick is director of quality improvement and accountability for Springfield Public Schools. She has been employed with the district 24 years, 16 of which were spent as a classroom teacher. Denise Fredrick Denise Fredrick


www.news-leader.com

"These funds allow us to provide enrichment - an accelerated option for these kids," said Denise Fredrick, executive director of accountability and related federal programs for Springfield Public Schools.Although teachers are still on summer break, Fredrick pointed out that many attending receive no compensation."They're committed to literacy," she said.


www.spstoday.com [cached]

Denise Fredrick named new district director September 21, 2005Long-time Springfield Public Schools educator Denise Fredrick has been named the district's new Director of Accountability and Related Federal Programs.Fredrick replaces Dr. Teresa White, who recently became Zone 1 Associate Superintendent.Fredrick will be responsible for facilitating district efforts related to the Accountability System, No Child Left Behind Act, the Missouri School Improvement Program, and the Title I program to enhance literacy and mathematics skills.Fredrick is a native of Springfield and a product of Springfield Public Schools.She has worked for the district since 1985.She taught biology at Kickapoo High School from 1985-2001 and was chairperson of the school's science department during her last three years there.In 2001, she was named facilitator of the district's Secondary Science Curriculum and within six months was named K-12 Science Curriculum Facilitator. In 1997, she received the "Triple E: Excellence in Exemplary Education" Award from the Southwest Missouri State University Department of Secondary Education.She was named district Teacher of the Year in 1998-99, and received a Milken National Educator Award in 1999, the 2000 Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education "Eddy" Award and the 2000 Outstanding Young Alumni Award from SMSU.


www.ntskeptics.org [cached]

"In science, we try to stay very much away from beliefs," said Denise Fredrick, science curriculum director for Springfield public schools."That's outside of the realm of science." Fredrick, who taught biology for 15 years, said science teachers are not trained in the viewpoint of intelligent design."If that's going to be required, we're going to have to send all our science teachers back to school," she said.


wolf.mff.org [cached]

Educator News - Denise Fredrick (MO '99)Denise Fredrick (MO '99) Denise Fredrick (MO '99) is now the secondary science curriculum facilitator for the Springfield Public Schools.Previously she was a biology teacher at Kickapoo High School in Springfield.She presented a workshop at the Good Teaching Conference in February and attended the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development National Conference in March. State News for Missouri


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