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Denise Fredrick

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Executive Director Accnt and Fede...

Springfield Public Schools
 
Background

Employment History

  • Science Curriculum Director
    Springfield Public Schools
  • Secondary Science Curriculum Facilitator
    Springfield Public Schools
  • Director of Secondary Education
    Missouri State University
  • Director of Secondary Education
    MSU College of Education
  • Biology Teacher
    Kickapoo High School
  • Biology High School Teacher
    Kickapoo High School
  • Science Curriculum Coordinator
    Springfield School District
  • Science Department Coordinator, Milken Educator
    Springfield School District

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    district

Education

  • Missouri State University
  • doctorate in education
    Saint Louis University
25 Total References
Web References
News-Leader.com | True Ozarks | Intelligent design bill unlikely to be an easy sell
www.news-leader.com, 14 Mar 2004 [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.
Educator News - Denise Fredrick (MO '99)
wolf.mff.org, 16 Dec 2000 [cached]
Educator News - Denise Fredrick (MO '99)
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Denise Fredrick (MO '99)
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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
Denise Fredrick, director of ...
posterous.com, 7 April 2011 [cached]
Denise Fredrick, director of secondary education at Missouri State University, said she understands the inner workings of the district but will ask a lot of questions. She said meetings could improve.
sps today + news
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.
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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.
Two Springfield natives with proven devotion ...
www.news-leader.com [cached]
Two Springfield natives with proven devotion to public service deserve your vote for Springfield school board: Tom Prater and Denise Fredrick.
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Fredrick, 56, is a Hillcrest High graduate who initially struggled with college life away from home, but later graduated from Missouri State University and went on to complete a doctorate in education at Saint Louis University.
After starting as a substitute teacher, she taught science at Kickapoo High for 16 years, serving as department chair for two years. She was named the district's 1998-99 Teacher of the Year.
Fredrick then moved into a series of administrative roles with the district, including helping implement a data warehouse and a testing system to assess student skills -- and quickly provide feedback to teachers -- throughout the year.
She is now director of secondary education at the MSU College of Education. Fredrick and her husband, Gail, a Parkview graduate, have three grown children and two grandchildren.
While having worked in several district positions, including briefly for Superintendent Norm Ridder, we're convinced Fredrick would be an independent advocate for teachers and children.
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But on April 5, we urge a vote for two people prepared now to help lead the district through critical times: Vote Tom Prater and Denise Fredrick for school board.
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