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educator , school librarian

Constance L. Simmons, American school librarian, educator. Achievements include development of implementation of a motivational reading program, the Bulldog Book Bowl, for 5th & 6th graders in the Ottumwa school district; development of creation and implemention a motivational reading program for grades K-5, the favorite picture book award, in the Ottumwa school district.

Background

Simmons, Constance L. was born on July 31, 1952 in Bloomfield, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Jack N. and Donna L. Simmons.

Education

Bachelor, Iowa State University, Ames, 1975. Master of Arts, University Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, 1993.

Career

English, language arts teacher Fremont Community School District, Iowa, 1979—1993. Summer youth job counselor Job Training Partnership Act, Ottumwa, 1983—1991. Media specialist Sigourney Community School District, Sigourney, 1993—1996.

Teacher library Ottumwa Community School District, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of implementation of a motivational reading program, the Bulldog Book Bowl, for 5th & 6th graders in the Ottumwa school district. Development of creation and implemention a motivational reading program for grades K-5, the favorite picture book award, in the Ottumwa school district.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Producer(director): (theater) A variety of High School Theatrical Productions. Judge (high school speech contests). Author: (poem) A Scene, (short story) Carny.

Membership

Youth director 1st Church Open Bible, Ottumwa, 1983—1984. Director sunday school operations 1st Pentecostal Assembly God, 1998—2000, library director, since 2000. Member of Ottumwa Education Association, Alpha Delta Kappa.

Connections

father:
Jack N.

mother:
Donna L. Simmons