Mrs. Angela Owens - Principal

owensab@pwcs.edu
703.494.3181

Mrs. Owens

My career in education began 33 years ago and a military spouse. My family and I settled in Virginia after spending over 30 years in the US Army; My husband recently retired 5 years ago. I have taught in North Carolina, Georgia, Nebraska, Department of Defense Schools (North Carolina and Germany), and Virginia. We arrived in Prince William County in 2000 and I have taught and been an administrator in both elementary and middle schools. I am a proud mother of three children who are products of Prince William County Schools: My oldest daughter is a former teacher and school administrator for PWCS, she now lives in NJ with her husband, another daughter who attends Hampton University, and a middle school son.  I look forward to building positive relationships by fostering and embracing a school culture conducive to learning and success. It is my responsibility to continue the vision, mission, and goals set by our school, students, parents, and community. Please feel free to contact me at any time.


Laura Jean Williamson: Principal’s Secretary

Willialj1@pwcs.edu 

 

Principal's Secretary in a chair.I'm very excited to introduce myself and to be a part of the Prince William County School’s Team at Woodbridge Middle School. I come from the “Land of Tunnels” in the Tidewater area of Virginia. My Educational and employment career reigns from Hampton, VA.  I have over years of experience in School Administrative Assistance, and over 20 years total in General Administrative Assistance.I was born in Panama CitFlorida and moved to Hampton Virginia via the United States Air Force in 1981. I recently moved to this area to settle in for my forever home. 

I am blessed with being a mother to 3 daughters and a son. All of which are beautiful, talenteand amazing. I love family, friends, music, laughter, cooking and eating. A fun fact about me is my talent of song. I love singing and performing on a live stage with a live band. It brings me joy and release from the stresses of life. Music is my therapy. 

The reason I do what I do brings me a sense of purpose. I get to know the families,staff and students.want tprovide a security to all of them. I am here to help. School can be a challenging road for all involved. If I caprovide any amount of help anassistance, my job is complete. Please feel free to stop through and meet me. I look forward to this journey with The Woodbridge Middle School Family.

 


Mr. Malcolm Foust - Assistant Principal

foustmj@pwcs.edu
703.494.3181

Mr Foust HeadshotI am proud to be at Woodbridge Middle School as an Assistant Principal for the last seven years. I have 21 years in education and started my career first as a high school teacher in Stafford County Public Schools. Then I joined Prince William County Public Schools teaching technology education at Rippon Middle School in 2003. In 2008, I was offered the opportunity to begin my administrative career as a Teacher on Administrative Assignment, Administrative Intern, and Assistant Principal all at Saunders Middle School. In 2012, I transitioned to Fred Lynn Middle School as an Assistant Principal for two years. I have also worked in the county Summer School Program as a Principal and Summer School Lead for Western Elementary Schools. My wife is also a teacher at Rippon Middle School. I have two daughters; one is in her first year at the University of Virginia, and my youngest is in middle school.  My degrees include a Bachelor of Science from Norfolk State University, a Master of Arts in Education from Virginia Tech, and a second Master of Education in Educational Leadership from George Mason University. Throughout my years of experience in assisting in leading staff and leading instruction, I have never lost sight of the single most important reason that I serve, to find the best means of working together so that our students have every opportunity to achieve excellence.  


Dr. Kathy Hybl - Assistant Principal

hyblkm@pwcs.edu
703.494.3181

Kathy Hybl

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.


Ms. Michelle Praul

praulmh@pwcs.edu
703.494.3181

Michelle Praul

Michelle Praul is going into her 13th year in education after switching from a management career in the restaurant industry. She joined Prince William County Public Schools in 2007, as a history teacher at Fred Lynn Middle School for grades 6-8. She has always been involved beyond the classroom, serving as a mentor, social studies department chair, and summer school assistant principal. In 2013, she continued her teaching career at Parkside Middle School, serving as the 21st century grant coordinator, social studies department chair, mentor, peer coach, summer school principal, Cambridge Coordinator, and teacher on special assignment.

No stranger to Woodbridge Middle, having student-taught there while completing her masters in secondary education, Ms. Praul is excited to continue her educational journey at Woodbridge Middle as the Administrative Intern. Her goal is to take an active role in the success of all students and build positive relationships with students and parents in the Woodbridge Middle community.

Ms. Praul has two daughters – one attends George Mason University and the other will be a senior at Woodbridge High School.