38 Years of Award-Winning Leadership In Our Schools EXPERIENCE MATTERS!
Principal of a National Model Professional Learning Community School Elizabeth Vaughan Elementary School received four School of Excellence, Virginia Title I School of Distinction, Closing the Gap and Governor’s School Board Awards Named Prince William County and The Washington Post Principal and Supervisor of the Year; Kathleen Seefeldt Community Service, WETA –TV Channel 50 Unsung Hero, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Human Rights Commission and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Awards Recipient Performed exemplary work with elementary, middle, high, special education, gifted and English as second language student Author, two anthologies & several articles; featured in four national educators videos Initiated the collaborative Kindergarten to College Project with Virginia Tech; and, the Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Oratorical Contest in collaboration with the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc.
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VOTE NOVEMBER 3 Creating a college-bound culture has been a personal goal. To accomplish this, we must establish more university partnerships, like the one created with Virginia Tech (Kindergarten to College.) I was the first to establish such a partnership. Engaging students in business experiences, such as operating a Bank, as early as elementary school reduces what is called“skill gap” of graduating students. As a school board member, I will collaborate with parents to make sure children are able to enter top-tier universities or pursue other opportunities.
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