Rhonda Grindy has worked for Minot Public Schools since 1988 where she began her career as a Middle School Math Teacher. After 25 years in the classroom, she became the District Math Coordinator. As a district math coordinator she provides professional development (PD) and support for all math teachers grades K-12. The PD entails individual, school, or district presentations, including monthly presentations available to all K-12 staff to support growth in teaching. She is also on the Growth & Evaluation Committee for her district. She is a facilitator of the district annual review and revision work on standards prioritization, professional scale documents, kid-friendly scales, and scales aligned assessments for all content areas K-12. Rhonda works on curriculum adoption processes per aligning with prioritized standards and the implementation and training of new resources. She sits on the Central District Planning Committee which oversees professional learning for Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS), Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), Teacher Growth & Evaluation, Family Engagement and District Assessments with Data Review.
Minot State University, B.S.