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2327 McKinley Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78210
Phone: (210) 827-0845
E-mail: [email protected]
Cody S. Eoff
Educational
Statement
As a facilitator of student learning, I pledge to be a positive and uplifting role model for my students. I
understand that I can only act as an encourager of learning, and I will do my part to see that each student is
challenged to strive for the very best. From their guided success, students could leave high school as
potentially productive citizens in their communities and work settings.
Objectives
High School Theatre and Technical Theatre Teacher
High School One-Act Play Director
High School U.I.L. Speech Events Coach
U.I.L. Coordinator
Teaching
Strengths
*Theatre Arts
Professional
Memberships
Association of Texas Professional Educators
Education
1994 – 1998
Howard Payne University
Education Major / Theatre Major
 Speech Minor
Awards
Received
*Technical Theatre
Texas Educational Theatre Association
Brownwood, TX
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Bachelor of Science
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National Dean’s List
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President of Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity (2 consecutive years)
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Member of Student Speaker’s Bureau
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Member of A Cappella Choir
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Certification of Award for Maintaining at least 3.5 GPA
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Outstanding Minor in Speech Communication
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Outstanding Minor Actor in Drama
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Outstanding Supporting Actor in Drama
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Best Actor in Drama
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Outstanding Technical Theatre Student (3 consecutive years)
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Who’s Who Among America’s High School Teachers, 2000
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Who’s Who Among America’s High School Teachers, 2002
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Who’s Who Among America’s High School Teachers, 2005-2006
Professional
ExperienceEducation
2008-present
Earl Warren High School
San Antonio, TX
Technical Theatre & Theatre Arts I Teacher
 Provide instruction in Technical Theatre I-IV and Theatre Arts I to heterogeneous groups of students
with mixed abilities.
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Implement curriculum utilizing cooperative learning, alternative assessment, and grading rubrics.
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Work cooperatively with administrators, team leaders, department coordinators, and content
specialists to meet curriculum objectives.
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Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with parents, students,
principals, and teachers.
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Modify teaching strategies to meet the needs of at-risk, dyslexic, ESL, LEP, and special education
students.
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Act as Technical Director for all productions of the Theatre Department.
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Act as Assistant Theatre Director on all productions, including productions for One-Act Play
competition.
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Director of some fall productions.
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Produce a high quality production suitable for a variety of audiences (i.e. parents, district/campus
administrators and students).
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Develop and implement a timeline to assure preparedness for productions and competitions.
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Maintain auditorium organization for campus.
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Fine Arts “Teacher of the Year” for 2012
2005-2008
John Jay High School
San Antonio, TX
Technical Theatre Teacher
 Provide instruction in Technical Theatre I-IV to heterogeneous groups of students with mixed abilities.

Implement curriculum utilizing cooperative learning, alternative assessment, and grading rubrics.

Work cooperatively with administrators, team leaders, department coordinators, and content
specialists to meet curriculum objectives.

Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with parents, students,
principals, and teachers.

Modify teaching strategies to meet the needs of at-risk, dyslexic, ESL, LEP, and special education
students.

Act as Technical Director for all productions of the Theatre Department.

Act as Assistant Theatre Director on all productions, including productions for One-Act Play
competition.

Produce a high quality production suitable for a variety of audiences (i.e. parents, district/campus
administrators and students).

Develop and implement a timeline to assure preparedness for productions and competitions.
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Maintain Auditorium Usage Calendar for campus.
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Design, construct, and administrate annual Haunted House.
2002-2005
Sandra Day O’Connor High School
San Antonio, TX
Theatre and Communication Applications Teacher
 Provided instruction in Theatre I-IV and Communication Applications to heterogeneous groups of
students with mixed abilities.
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Implemented curriculum utilizing cooperative learning, alternative assessment, and grading rubrics.

Worked cooperatively with administrators, team leaders, department coordinators, and content
specialists to meet curriculum objectives.

Established and maintained open communication by conducting conferences with parents, students,
principals, and teachers.

Modified teaching strategies to meet the needs of at-risk, dyslexic, ESL, LEP, and special education
students.

Acted as Assistant Theatre Director on all productions, including productions for One-Act Play
competition.

Produced a high quality production suitable for a variety of audiences (i.e. parents, district/campus
administrators and students).

Developed and implemented a timeline to assure preparedness for productions and competitions.
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Texas State Thespian One-Hour Main Stage Slot Invitation and Performance, 2003
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Director, Solo Mime Performance: Advancement to the National Convention, 2004-2005
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Director of One-Act Play Award-Winning Students: One-Act Play “Best Actor” Award District 2003,
Area 2003, Zone 2004, District 2004, Zone 2005; One-Act Play “Best Actress” Award District 2003,
Zone 2004, Area 2004; Numerous “All-Star Cast” Awards and “Honorable Mention All-Star Cast”
Awards Zone-Regional, 2002-2005
1998-2002
Sonora High School
Sonora, TX
Theatre, Technical Theatre and Communication Applications Teacher
 Provided instruction in Theatre I-IV, Technical Theatre and Communication Applications to
heterogeneous groups of students with mixed abilities.

Implemented curriculum utilizing cooperative learning, alternative assessment, and grading rubrics.

Worked cooperatively with administrators, team leaders, department coordinators, content specialists
to meet curriculum objectives.

Established and maintained open communication by conducting conferences with parents, students,
principals, and teachers.

Modified teaching strategies to meet the needs of at-risk, dyslexic, ESL, LEP, and special education
students.

Acted as Assistant Theatre Director on all productions, including productions for One-Act Play
competition.

Produced a high quality production suitable for a variety of audiences (i.e. parents, district/campus
administrators and students).

Developed and implemented a timeline to assure preparedness for productions and competitions.

Director of One-Act Play Award-Winning Students: “Best Actor” Award District 2001, District 2002,
Area 2002; “Best Actress” Award District 2000, Area 2001, Area 2002; Numerous “All-Star Cast”
Awards and “Honorable Mention All-Star Cast” Awards Zone-Regional, 1999-2002
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Director, One-Act Play: Region 2000, Region 2001, State 2002
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Director, One-Act Play “Best Technician” Award: State 2002
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Director, UIL Prose, Poetry, Informative Speaking and L-D Debate: Region 2000, Region 2001
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Director, UIL Poetry: State 2000
Professional
ExperienceActing/Directing
2014-2015
Self-Employed Critic Judge
San Antonio, TX
UIL One-Act Play Critic Judge
 Help facilitate and answer questions during each “Director’s Meeting.”
 Objectively watch productions and offer a ranking and an oral/written critique.
2011-2013
Rising Star Summer Theatre Camp
San Antonio, TX
Technical Director
 Designed and Constructed Set for Rising Star Theatre Camp: Beauty and the Beast, Summer 2011,
Aladdin, Jr., Summer 2012, The Little Mermaid, Jr., Summer 2013.
 Coordinated with team members which included: director, assistant director, costumer, props, vocal
coach, and choreographer.
2014
Rising Star Summer Theatre Camp
San Antonio, TX
Camp Coordinator
 Coordinated all camp activities with team members. Facilitated all purchasing, disciple, medical
occurrences, transportation, lunch/snacks, paper work and attendance.
2006-2008
Murder Mystery Players, Inc.
San Antonio, TX
Actor
 Perform Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at Dave & Busters and Other Private Venues in and around
San Antonio, 2006-2007
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Use Improvisation on “Team Building” and “Mission Task Force” Performances, 2007-2008
2005-2007
Lyric Performing Arts Center
Brownwood, TX
Director
 Directed Children’s Theatre for Brownwood Community Theatre: Miss Nelson Is Missing, Lilly’s
Purple Plastic Purse, and The Stinky Cheese Man, 2005-2007
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Coordinated with Lyric Performing Arts Center Board Members, 2005-2007
2006-2007
Lyric Performing Arts Center
Brownwood, TX
Technical Director
 Designed and Constructed Set for Children’s Theatre for Brownwood Community Theatre: Lilly’s
Purple Plastic Purse, and The Stinky Cheese Man 2006-2007
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Professional
Contacts
Coordinated with Lyric Performing Arts Center Board Members and Technical Crews, 2006-2007
Renee Buchanan—Theatre/Debate Teacher at Saginaw High School
836 Hemlock Trail
Saginaw, TX 76131
814-372-4648
David Nanny—Director of Theatre/Fine Arts Coordinator at Warren High School
9411 W Military Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251
210-397-4285
Personal
Contacts
Lauren West—ELA Teacher/8th Grade Journalism at Vale Middle School
9634 Fallen Willow
San Antonio, TX 78254
210-397-5700, 210-639-1291
Mayce Blackmon—Training Specialist at Amazon Web Services
403 Cambria Dr.
Coppell, TX 75019
214-502-3512
Omar Leos—Coordinator for Visual and Theatre Arts at SAISD
1700 Tampico St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
210-269-7075
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