Letter from the PrincipalLetter from the Principal

Glenda Rosado Profile PhotoDear Rollins Families,

My name is Glenda Rosado the proud principal at E.M. Rollins Elementary. This will be my fourth year of leading the school through the path of academic success for all students! I started working in East Aurora School District in August 2011. I was the assistant principal at Allen, Gates and Hermes schools prior to Rollins’ principalship.

I know that as a parent you want the best education for your child and knowing that Rollins Elementary will prepare him/her with a college and career readiness education foundation in grades K-5, we believe they will grow to be productive citizens in today’s society. Thank you for entrusting us with your child’s primary education. As an educational leader, teacher, and parent, I have experience with child development at all levels. As the Principal at Rollins Elementary, I take pride in leading a staff that is highly qualified, caring and dedicated. The Rollins staff will indeed provide your child with the best possible education.

I’m a lifelong learner. I’m currently enrolled in an Educational Doctorate with Superintendent Endorsement program through the University of St. Francis with an expected graduation date of May 2019. I also received a Master’s of Science in Educational Leadership in 2008 and a Master’s of Arts in Elementary Education in 2006, both from the University of St. Francis. My Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration in Spanish was awarded at Roosevelt University in August 1998. I also have a Bilingual Approval Certification Coursework through National Louis University and Middle School Endorsement Coursework through the University of Phoenix.

My professional experience began in 1998 in Chicago Public School District 299 teaching Bilingual Education in grades K-5. In August 2006, I was given the opportunity to join Plainfield School District 202 teaching K-5 Bilingual and gifted students. I was an Adjunct Professor for Aurora University (2013-2015) and the University of St. Francis (2013-2014). I also served as an Evening Program Coordinator for the Joliet Junior College (2008–2010). I have been awarded the East Aurora Rookie Administrator for the following years: 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 and in 2018 the East Aurora Administration recognition award.

Glenda Rosado Profile PhotoDear Rollins Families,

My name is Glenda Rosado the proud principal at E.M. Rollins Elementary. This will be my fourth year of leading the school through the path of academic success for all students! I started working in East Aurora School District in August 2011. I was the assistant principal at Allen, Gates and Hermes schools prior to Rollins’ principalship.

I know that as a parent you want the best education for your child and knowing that Rollins Elementary will prepare him/her with a college and career readiness education foundation in grades K-5, we believe they will grow to be productive citizens in today’s society. Thank you for entrusting us with your child’s primary education. As an educational leader, teacher, and parent, I have experience with child development at all levels. As the Principal at Rollins Elementary, I take pride in leading a staff that is highly qualified, caring and dedicated. The Rollins staff will indeed provide your child with the best possible education.

I’m a lifelong learner. I’m currently enrolled in an Educational Doctorate with Superintendent Endorsement program through the University of St. Francis with an expected graduation date of May 2019. I also received a Master’s of Science in Educational Leadership in 2008 and a Master’s of Arts in Elementary Education in 2006, both from the University of St. Francis. My Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration in Spanish was awarded at Roosevelt University in August 1998. I also have a Bilingual Approval Certification Coursework through National Louis University and Middle School Endorsement Coursework through the University of Phoenix.

My professional experience began in 1998 in Chicago Public School District 299 teaching Bilingual Education in grades K-5. In August 2006, I was given the opportunity to join Plainfield School District 202 teaching K-5 Bilingual and gifted students. I was an Adjunct Professor for Aurora University (2013-2015) and the University of St. Francis (2013-2014). I also served as an Evening Program Coordinator for the Joliet Junior College (2008–2010). I have been awarded the East Aurora Rookie Administrator for the following years: 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 and in 2018 the East Aurora Administration recognition award.