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Mrs. Haley Mulligan

Supervisor of Analytics and Assessment
haley.mulligan@ftcsc.k12.in.us
Office:  317-862-2411

Biography:

In 2008, Mrs. Mulligan graduated from Franklin College, where she played four years of varsity volleyball and earned Bachelor's degree in Pure Mathematics and Secondary Education.  She was hired by Shelbyville Central Schools as a high school mathematics teacher and volleyball coach. During her time there, she was an Honors Algebra II teacher and Algebra I remediation specialist. Mrs. Mulligan currently holds two graduate degrees; the first in Secondary Education. In 2016, she completed an MBA in Educational Leadership where she rediscovered her passion for data-driven analysis. After completion of her MBA, she joined Franklin Township as the Supervisor of Analytics and Assessments.

Roles and Responsbilities:

As the Supervisor of Analytics and Assessments, Mrs. Mulligan serves two roles for the district. As a data analyst, she gathers and disperses data to help inform instruction for continued student growth.  She also serves as the corporation test coordinator, ensuring Franklin Township is in compliance with all state and federal assessment expectations.