Welcome Rachel Bauer, Program Coordinator

Rachel Bauer joins the Indiana Online team as our Program Coordinator, contributing new initiatives to further the growth and development of the program. As a liaison, she will play a vital role in reporting current and future trends to counselors, teachers, parents, and staff.

Over the past eight years of serving as a professional school counselor, Rachel has enjoyed the reputation as a compassionate, ambitious, results-driven, and reliable counselor and educator. Rachel’s most recent experience as an educator was at Frankfort High School enhancing student’s academic, social/emotional, and career-building skills. Rachel has a unique blend of experience advising at-risk students, facilitating school-wide testing, and overseeing and coaching online learning.  

After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from Indiana University, Rachel earned her Masters in Human Services and Counseling from DePauw University.  She has counseled students from Excel Academy, McCutcheon High School, Nexus Academy, and Frankfort High School. She was responsible for IEP’s, 504’s, dual credit, ISTEP, ILEARN, and NWEA testing, career counseling, and social-emotional guidance.  

We look forward to utilizing Rachel’s skills as she contributes to maintaining and enhancing student, teacher, and counselor opportunities with Indiana Online.

Welcome to the team, Rachel!

Author

  • Kim Hendrick is the Executive Director of Indiana Online at Central Indiana Educational Service Center, one of the largest supplemental online high school programs in Indiana. She has more than 29 years of professional experience and plays an important role in the definition of Indiana Online’s direction and charting the course towards strategic objectives through the effective management of key resources and innovation initiatives. She serves on two committees for the national Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance (VLLA) and the SETDA Professional Development Committee. She also served on the Indiana Connected Educator’s Board and the IDOE's Indiana eLearning Leadership Cadre.

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