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Resolution Re: Dr. Mary Ann Pollett, Retired Principal of the Montefiore Special School
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...Mary Ann PollettPrincipal, Montefiore Special School
...Mary Ann Pollett
has spent the last 31 of her
35 years as an educator at the Montefiore Special School
, a special education therapeutic day school for severely emotionally disturbed (SED) boys, established in l929.She has served as Montefiore's (first woman) principal since l993.Dr. Pollett
B.S.Ed. in l966 from Northern Illinois University
, an M.A. from Roosevelt University
in l971 and her
Ed.D. from Loyola University
in l982.She was one of thirty-one principals selected in l996, by the CEO and the Chief Accountability Officer of the Chicago Public Schools, to serve as a Probation Manager/Mentor Principal.
In l999, she
was a recipient of the School Leadership Award presented jointly by the Chicago Principals & Administrators Association
(CPAA) and CPS
.With help from Oracle
and Beaumont Foundation grants, Montefiore students all have regular access to technology.A case-study she co-authored with Montefiore's technology coordinator documenting Montefiore's extensive technology-based work was inducted into the Smithsonian's permanent ComputerWorld collection of the National Museum of American History.
CATALYST CHICAGO :: Audio
Guests: Rodney Estvan of Access Living and Mary Ann Pollett of Montefiore Elementary.
CATALYST, June 2001: Researchers, CPS tussle over stats
Principal Mary Ann Pollett of Montefiore, a Near West Side school for boys with emotional and behavioral disorders, finds her kids are easy targets for gang recruitment."They can attract them with drugs, clothes, fancy sports shoes," she says.
The Opening Bell by NEA « AsburyParkEA.net
Christina Samuels wrote in Education Week's (6/18) blog that on Wednesday, Mary Ann Pollett, principal of Moses Montefiore Special Elementary School in Chicago "accused district officials of routinely denying disabled students access to specialized help...at times even barring them from evaluation for learning disabilities.