Supt. Jodie Hausmann Profile

Superintendent Jodie Hausmann

Employed as Superintendent of Bay Village City School District, effective August 1, 2018.


Superintendent, Perkins Local School District in Sandusky, Ohio, August 2015-2018.

As Superintendent at Perkins, Jodie Hausmann led a strategic planning process engaging more than 100 of the district’s stakeholders. She collaborated with community members for passage of an operating levy and permanent improvement renewal levy after a long district history of failed ballot issues. Under her instructional leadership, grade-level Value Added scores for the district moved from failing to straight A’s in one year, earning the Ohio Department of Education’s Momentum award for two years.

- Collaboratively pass a 6.9 mill-operating levy after 17 years of no new monies,
and a 2 mill-PI renewal levy resulting in stabilized district finances from fiscal
caution status to a multi-million dollar surplus.
- Implement 90-day Listening and Learning tour resulting in communicating
themes that honor traditions while addressing needs of stakeholders in a new
strategic plan.
- Facilitate the development of The Perkins Promise Plan with the help of many
stakeholders that includes core beliefs, five strategic goals, learner profile model
and career connections academic plan.
- Co-lead Community Council resulting in two-way communication to inform
- Improve all failing Value Added scores to straight A’s and received The ODE
Momentum Award for two consecutive years.
- Increase access to AP courses for underrepresented children, improve scores,
and inform families of students’ AP potential as highlighted by receiving the
national AP Honor Roll Award.
- Launched a universally designed instructional framework that outlines teacher-
based-team work based on equity audit data.
- Build pre-K- 8 Career Connections pathways to inform students when entering
high school academies and college/career readiness decisions. (Agriculture,
STEM, Tourism, Business)
- Lead HR functions: collaboratively rewrite job descriptions, organize new
application process, negotiate contracts, meet all OPES/OTES evaluation
deadlines and conduct search committees.
- Address safety issues: lead testing water lines, pool procedures, safe-lock doors,
bomb threat evacuation, fire alarm upgrades, weight room safety, camera
installation, and cyber bullying training.

Parma City School District:

Director of Teaching and Learning, 2011-2015

- Restructured elementary, middle school and high school schedules in partnership with union leadership, teachers, and administrators to achieve the following: increased instructional time, innovative course opportunities, embedded teacher-based teams, and common planning time for all.
- Coordinated district consolidation with the help of others by: reconfiguring facility space, redistributing curriculum of 400+ teachers, transitioning special need students, and transferring 1,500 students to new schools.
- Created an elementary STEM school with teacher leaders committed to 21st century learning.
- Supported the launch of student 1:1 and 900+ teachers classroom devices by working closely with DIS to effectively integrating new technologies to all Teaching and Learning initiatives.
- Trained teachers on writing student-learning objectives (SLOs) and analyzing short-cycle assessments to monitor student academic progress via The Ohio Teacher Evaluation System.
- Launched K-7 summer school model balancing teacher designed enrichment courses.
- Wrote grants collaboratively to establish new community partnerships, and STEM programming.
- Co-led a “Social Justice” equity audit resulting in changing practices to positively impact learners.
- Designed district RTI problem-solving process resulting in lower misidentification of students with disabilities.
- Created district-wide positive behavior supports’ matrix in partnership with teachers, administrators, and classified staff resulting in decreased suspensions and improved student behavior.

Principal, Parma Park Elementary School, 2007-2011

- Led steady and sustained growth to meet ODE designation of “Excellent with Distinction” in three years.
- Met AYP in all subgroups of diverse learners by implementing an RTI framework with targeted interventions.
- Increased value-added scores to above one year’s growth via data analysis and differentiated instruction.
- Embedded Professional Learning Communities for educators to interpret data and teach collaboratively.
- Engaged staff in designing a school vision and mission resulting in collegial and collaborative culture.
- United two learning communities successfully during district consolidation plan resulting in 40% increased building enrollment.
- Led inclusive teaching models resulting in closing of achievement gaps, collaborative team-teaching, and ensuring least restrictive environment for students.

Administrative Intern, 2006-2007

Teacher, Intermediate and Primary, 1999-2006


Superintendent Licensure, Cleveland State University

Master’s Degree, Technology, Badwin-Wallace University

Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education and Teaching, Cleveland State University

Jodie resides in Bay Village with her husband, Mike. They have two grown daughters.

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