• Education:

    BA (Criminal Justice) – UNC-Wilmington, 1996 

    MAT (Special Education) – Mary Baldwin College, 2004

    MS Ed. (Educational Administration), Shenandoah University, 2010.



    After working within the Criminal Justice System for several years, I developed a passion for becoming a teacher and assisting students who struggle with school.  I began working for Augusta County Schools in the fall of 2001 as a high school special education teacher.  In the fall of 2010, I became a middle school assistant principal and worked at Beverley Manor Middle School.  I am very excited to be starting my fifth year as Assistant Principal here at SDHS!!  Working with students, parents and the community has been both rewarding and enjoyable.



    I am a military brat who has had some wonderful experiences moving around our great country and I still love to travel, most especially to the coast.  My husband, David is a native of Staunton and we enjoy the sports especially the ECU Pirates and VT Hokies, golfing, playing tennis, spending time with our family and friends.  We also enjoy watching SDHS students as they participate in theatrical events, musical performances, art exhibits and sporting events.   

    As always, I look forward to working with you and your students this year and will strive to do my best to assist in their success both in and out of school!!