Cally Hudson is currently serving as Principal Resident of Douglas Creative Arts & Sciences Magnet Elementary school. She is engaging daily in school improvement work, leading work transforming culture in targeted areas of the building, and addressing rigor in mathematics lessons. Cally has had robust leadership experiences during her principal residence for the 2019-2020 school year. As a Teach for America corps member in inner-city Atlanta, Cally became certified in science, math, and special education. She has taught both special education and general education classes over the past six years. As a teacher leader Cally led the Capturing Kids Hearts Process Champion team, leading professional developments during the summer and school-year for staff members. Cally was also on the Regional Development Team for the Teach for America organization. She can be reached at email@example.com.
600 Ortega Road,
Raleigh, NC 27609
My vision is to be an engaging, equitable, collaborative lead learner establishing a culture of reflection. I will spark contagious joy and enthusiasm in those around me and empower students and staff to try innovative things. I will help others capitalize on our strengths, and address our areas of need, to contribute to our collective improvement. As principal, I will be ultimately responsible for the achievement and emotional wellbeing of students and staff; therefore I will work with all stakeholders to meet this responsibility and create common goals.
CALLY IS A FELLOW IN THE WAKE PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The Wake Principal Leadership Program (WPLP) is a principal preparation program designed to train future leaders to serve in the Wake County Public School System. WPLP was modeled after the award winning NC State program, the Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA). NELA earned the honor of being named an Exemplary Educational Leadership Program by the University Council for Educational Administration. A grant from the state of NC through the North Carolina Alliance for School Leadership Development (NCASLD) funds WPLP, including full scholarships for WPLP's Fellows. WPLP Fellows will earn a NC school principal license and a Master of School Administration degree. To learn more about WPLP, visit the website by clicking on the button.