All students are able to become successful academically, socially, and mentally in a safe diverse school environment. This is possible through effective communication that must be collaboratively established between administration, teachers, counselors, and parents. Students’ success depends on teachers having effective instruction that is engaging, and an evaluation/ assessment process that results in all students’ achieving. In addition, continuous improvement in the school is a priority for students’ success to be maintained. Together, this will form a school community focused on believing in diversity, safety and success of all students. In sum, this will develop a student to become a successful citizen in our diverse society.
B.S., Technology, Norfolk State
M.A.E.D., Curriculum & Instruction, Virginia Tech
Administration and Supervision Pre-K – 12,
M.Ed., Education Leadership
George Mason University
Dr. Kathy Hybl - Assistant Principal
Kathy Hybl began her teaching career in 1995 as a third grade teacher for the City of Fredericksburg. She then transitioned to middle school as a math and science teacher, math department chair, and discipline designee in 2000 with Stafford County Public Schools. Then in 2012, she joined the ranks of Prince William Public Schools at New Dominion Alternative Center as their administrative intern and served as a summer school administrator at Graham Park Middle School. At Woodbridge Middle School, Ms. Hybl serves as one of the assistant principals and looks forward working with all the Seminoles. Ms. Hybl believes that middle school must be developmentally responsive, challenging, empowering, and equitable thus ensuring that students have a world-class education that prepares them for the 21st Century. Earning degrees from Mary Washington College (i.e., BA) and Marymount University (i.e., M.Ed.), rounded out her education by earning a doctorate from the College of William and Mary in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership in 2010. Aside from many educational interests, when Dr. Hybl is not at school, she loves spending time with family and friends, going to sporting events, listening to music, and traveling.