Instructional Coaches

Instructional Coaches serve a crucial role in fostering continuous professional development and improving the overall quality of education. One primary goal is to enhance teaching and learning by providing educators with the support and resources they need to excel in their roles. Instructional coaches work closely with teachers, offering personalized guidance and feedback, which helps educators refine their instructional techniques, adopt best practices, and adapt to evolving pedagogical trends. By fostering a culture of collaboration and growth, the presence of instructional coaches encourages educators to stay up-to-date with the latest research and teaching methods, ultimately benefiting both teachers and students.
Parkville Campus
Commonwealth Campus
Ms. Beatrice Parga, has been at CPS since 2004 and is a dedicated and highly experienced teaching professional with over 25 years of expertise. Her qualifications include a Master of Science in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology from NOVA Southeastern University. 
Ms. Maria Teresa del Valle has been working at CPS for 33 years, 12 of which were at the Parkville Campus where she began. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Special Education from the University of Puerto Rico and a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction from the UMET. 
She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Child Psychology with an emphasis in Neuroscience and a minor in History from William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey. She excels in parent-teacher communication, curriculum development, and creating a supportive, inclusive learning environment, making her a valuable asset to the CPS community.
"MariTere" has held many positions throughout her career at CPS including Internal Coordinator for the Middle States Accreditation process of the school for over 20 years. In her new position, she will be working closely with the Director of Middle and High School, on curriculum and instructional matters, striving for continuous improvement in faculty.

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