Résumé for Evan Todd Yeager, Ed.D.
Texas A&M University-Commerce 1992 - 1999. Doctor of Education.
- Major: Secondary and Higher Education Supervision, Curriculum, and Instruction.
- Minor: Education Administration and Educational Technology.
Regent University, Virginia 1991 - 1992. Attended by full tuition academic scholarship while obtaining High School Administrator Endorsement / Certification.
East Texas State University 1986 - 1991. Master of Science: Secondary and Higher Education. Computer Science emphasis.
East Texas State University 1983 - 1985. Bachelor of Science: Double major in Math and Computer Science.
Southern Methodist University 1982. One semester of engineering coursework.
Cooke County College, Texas 1979 - 1982. Associate of Science.
- Texas: Mathematics and Computer Information Systems
- Virginia: Mathematics
- Texas: Mid-Management -- EXCET test passed.
- Virginia: Secondary Principal
1997 - Present: Trenton Independent School District, Trenton, TX.
Position: Chief Technology Officer.
Responsibilities: Local implementation of long-range planning for technology; planning, bidding, purchasing, installing, maintaining, supporting, and trouble-shooting of educational computer systems; coordinating software purchasing and support services. Responsible for facilitating staff in-service and training in educational technology and technology integration. Served as computer network administrator of a multi-server computer network using Microsoft Windows and Novell NetWare. Responsible for maintenance and design of computer network infrastructure. Initiated in-house manufacture and re-manufacture/re-assignment of computer systems at TISD. Experience with configuring and maintaining Windows and Macintosh systems. Initiated the TISD PC Academy Program for the supervision and training of student technicians. Responsible for conception, coordination, and initial design of TISD website. (The website is currently used as the laboratory of the TISD web mastering class). Achieved a student/computer ratio district wide of less than three and a half to one. Conceptualized and supervised the installation of multi-media presentation stations in each of TISD's four computer Labs. Initiated a variety of techniques and approaches including in-house manufacture and maintenance, wholesale purchasing, computer reassignment, and performance-based bidding designed to save TISD significant technology monies.
1992 - Present: The Yeager Group, Trenton, TX.
Position: Consultant / Co-Owner
Responsibilities: Education consulting specializing in the needs of churches, Christian schools, and home schools. Parenting ministries designed to meet the needs of young families. Co-authored the Parenting with PurposeŽ curriculum that is designed to give an overview of Christ-centered parenting for families with young or unborn children. The Yeager Group, in conjunction with Sparrow's Nest Ministries of Greenville, Texas, is offering Parenting with PurposeŽ.
2001 - 2006: Commerce Historic Properties, Commerce, TX.
Position: Manager / Co-Owner
Responsibilities: Tenant relations including background checks, interviews, and evictions. Property management including purchasing research; physical repairs, restoration (winner of Commerce Beautification Award), and maintenance. Financial management.
1996 - 1997: Full-time doctoral student, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University-Commerce, Commerce, TX.
Church on the Rock, Quitman, TX.
Position: Co-director of Pre-school Children's Ministries
Responsibilities: Administration of pre-school ministries; supervision of coordinators, teachers, and assistants; curriculum planning and management; coordination of paid child care; and public relations officer.
Quitman Independent School District, Quitman, TX.
Position: Bus Driver
1994 - 1996: Benjamin Independent School District, Benjamin, TX.
Position: All Level Principal / Technology Director / Math Instructor.
Subjects taught: Trigonometry, Calculus, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Eighth Grade Math, and Geometry. Some courses are taught on a two year rotating basis or as needed.
Activities sponsored: UIL Calculator, Student Council, and Class Sponsor.
Principal responsibilities: Student discipline management; curriculum planning and management; scheduling and course implementation planning; co-curricular activities coordination; assisted with transportation management; conflict resolution management; building security; and public relations.
Technology Director responsibilities: Local implementation of long-range planning for technology; planning, bidding, purchasing, installing, maintaining, and trouble-shooting of educational computer systems; coordinating software purchasing and support services. Responsible for staff in-service and training in educational technology. Responsible for implementation of district's first educational and administrative computer network. Achieved a student/computer ratio district wide of less than three to one. Computer automated district breakfast and lunch accounting procedure.
Other duties: District UIL Coordinator, District Textbook Coordinator, TAAS Coordinator -- achieved recognized school status during 1995-1996 school year, photographer for school annual.
1992 - 1994: Full-time doctoral student, East Texas State University, Commerce, TX.
1991 - 1992: Norfolk Christian Schools, Norfolk, VA.
Subjects taught: Computer Science, Geometry, and Algebra II.
Other duties: Served as Chairman for Philosophy and Objectives Committee formed during the 1991-1992 ACSI / SACS accreditation effort. Served as a consultant to computer lab committee.
1986 - 1991: Rains Independent School District, Emory, TX.
Subjects taught: Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Introduction to Computer Programming, Business Data Processing, Computer Literacy, Physics, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, Pre-Algebra, Speech, and Drama.
Activities sponsored: Student Council, UIL Calculator, UIL Computer Science, Physics Club, UIL One-Act Play, organized charter chapters for National Honor Society and International Thespian Society.
Other duties: Served as a member of the District Wide Planning Committee. Served as chairman of the District Technology Plan Committee with the following responsibilities: local implementation of the Long-Range Plan For Technology of The Texas State Board of Education, overseeing planning, bidding, purchasing, installing, and trouble-shooting of high school educational computer systems. Responsible for implementation district's first educational computer network. Served as high school campus local area network manager and supervisor using Novell NetWare 2.15.
A Study of Cooperation between Home Schools and Public and Private, K-12 by Evan Todd Yeager, Ed.D. and Joleen L. Yeager; copyright 1999
Published Works and Artistic Endeavors:
Consortium for School Networking Member (2004-Present), Texas K-12 CTO Council Charter Member (2003-Present), Texas Computer Education Association: Member (94-Present); Texas Computer Education Association: Region 9 Treasurer (95-96); Texas Association of Secondary School Principals: Member (94-96); International Society for Technology in Education: Member (94-95); Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education: Member (94-95); Association of Texas Professional Educators: Rains ISD Local Vice President (87-88), Rains ISD Local President (88-89).
Computer / Multimedia Applications:
American Mensa, Ltd., Phi Delta Kappa: International Professional Education Honor Society, Kappa Delta Pi: National Education Honor Society, Alpha Chi: National College Scholarship Honor Society (served on Alpha Chi Council at East Texas State University), Gamma Beta Phi: National Honor Service Society, Phi Theta Kappa: National Community and Junior College Honor Fraternity (served as vice president at Cooke County College), Pi Mu Epsilon: National Honorary Mathematics Fraternity, Epsilon Delta Pi: National Computer Science Honor Society.
Husband, Father, Who's Who Among Outstanding Business Executives, Who's Who Among Outstanding Americans, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, President's Scholars, Dean's List.
University Standing Committees:
East Texas State University: Council on Teacher Education (84-85), Academic Affairs Student Appeals Committee (85-86), Student Affairs Student Service Fee Advisory Committee (85-86).
United Student Association (Student Senate at East Texas State University): United Student Association Academic Affairs Committee (84-86) (Chairman 85-86).
Civic and church activities:
Electric bassist for The Blandelles (1950s and 1960s blues/rock band). Christian Motorcyclists Association, King's Kruizers chapter officer. Electric bassist for Wing and a Prayer (Christian blues/rock band). Organized several local charity motorcycle events. Chairman, Transition Team, First Baptist Church, Trenton, Texas. Chairman, Personnel Committee, First Baptist Church, Trenton, Texas. Electric bassist for First Baptist Church, Trenton, Texas. Ninja 250 Riders Club mentoring member. Awana Clubs, Co-Commander, First Baptist Church, Commerce, Texas. Boy Scouts of America, Assistant Cub Scout Pack Leader and Assistant Den Leader, Commerce, Texas. Electric bassist for the Bois 'D Arc Dixieland Band, Commerce, Texas. Electric bassist for First Baptist Church, Commerce, Texas. Lay Leader in various capacities, First Baptist Church, Commerce, Texas. Taught, facilitated, and designed curriculum for parenting classes, Sparrow's Nest Ministries: Greenville, Texas. Chairman of the Board, Church of the Cross: Commerce, Texas. Chairman; Benjamin Christian Men's Fellowship: Benjamin, Texas. Charter member and Chairman; Emory Planning and Zoning Commission: Emory, Texas. Served as C. A. R. E. and Family L. I. F. E. (lay) leader: Church on the Rock, Quitman, Texas. Sang bass and played electric bass on praise and worship team, Church on the Rock, Quitman, Texas. Electric bassist for church worship services: various churches in Texas and Virginia. Consultant for purchase and installation of church auditorium sound systems: various churches in Texas. Consultant for purchase and installation of church computer systems: various churches in Texas.
Interests and hobbies:
Personal and professional reference sheet available upon request.
Further information and letters of reference are available from:
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University - Commerce
Commerce, Texas 75429
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