Heather Friziellie is currently superintendent of schools for Fox Lake Grade School District 114, located in the suburbs northwest of Chicago. She previously served as both an elementary principal and a middle school principal.
Heather Friziellie is currently superintendent of schools for Fox Lake Grade School District 114, located in the suburbs northwest of Chicago. Prior to this position, Heather served as director of educational services for Kildeer Countryside District 96, also located in the northwest suburbs. She previously served as both an elementary principal and a middle school principal. As a leader, she is involved in literacy curriculum development, data analysis, and staff development. With experience as a building- and district-level administrator, curriculum specialist, and classroom teacher, Heather has consulted with districts throughout the country and presented at national conferences. Educators at all levels have benefited from her insight and experience related to developing high-performing teams, data-driven decision-making, response to intervention, and literacy instruction.
Heather earned a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction with an endorsement in school administration and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She is pursuing a doctorate.
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Presentations by Heather Friziellie
- Yes We Can! An Unprecedented Opportunity for Special Education
- Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap in Elementary Schools
- Protocols for Results: Turning Data Into Information
- PLCs in the Middle: Implementing the Big Ideas in the Middle School
- Maximizing Collaboration in a PLC: Tools for Teams
- PLC Improv: What It All Really Looks Like
- The Common Core: Bringing It to Life in Literacy
- Common Core-Aligned Assessments