Office of Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Mrs. Jenny Lehman, Assistant Superintendent - Biography
Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the Upper Moreland School District. Mrs. Lehman holds an undergraduate degree from Augsburg College, where she majored in Elementary Education with a minor in Psychology. She graduated from Saint Cloud State University with a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. Mrs. Lehman went on to complete a K-12 Administration and Educational Leadership certification from Saint Mary’s University in Minneapolis. Mrs. Lehman earned her Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility through Saint Joseph’s University.
Currently in her thirty-fourth year in the education field, Mrs. Lehman has worked with students from kindergarten to the university settings, in public and non-public schools, and in suburban and urban locations. Over the course of her career, Mrs. Lehman has served as an elementary school teacher, librarian/media specialist, teacher of gifted, science coordinator, standards coordinator, professional developer and trainer, curriculum and grant writer, and administrator.
This year begins Mrs. Lehman’s fifteenth year in the Upper Moreland School District, and her fifth year as Assistant Superintendent of Schools.She is a strong advocate for hands-on inquiry-based learning, world languages and blended learning. In 2015 she was recognized for her work with World Languages and blended learning. She has presented at the Pennsylvania Data Summit in 2016, American Council on The Teaching of World Languages (ACTFL) national conferences in 2015 and 2016 and the Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association (PSMLA) conference in 2015.
Goal 1: Provide ongoing support for the Framework process.
Goal 2: Support the implementation of the K-5 Math Program in Phase 3 of the Framework for Continuous Improvement.
Goal 3: Preparation and successful completion of Federal Programs audit and monitoring visit.
Goal 4: Support the Literacy and Math Response to Instruction and Intervention/Multi-Tier Systems of Support (RtII/MTSS) review, study, and implementation at the elementary level.
Goal 5: Support the implementation of 3-12 World Language Programming in Phase 3 of the Framework for Continuous Improvement.
Goal 6: Support the implementation of the K-8 Math coach.