Mrs. Angela Owens - Principal


Mrs. Owens

My career in education began over 30 years ago and a military spouse. My family and I settled in Virginia after spending over 30 years in the US Army. 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 in PWCS. She is currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband and son where she works as a middle school administrator. My middle daughter attends VCU as a pharmacy student, and my youngest son is a high school student in PWCS. 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



 Laura J. Williamson head shotI'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 8 years of experience in School Administrative Assistance, and over 20 years total in General Administrative Assistance. I was born in Panama City Florida 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, talented and 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 is it brings me a sense of purpose. I get to know the families, staff and studentsI want to provide a security to all of them. I am here to help. School can be a challenging road for all involved. If I can provide any amount of help and assistance, 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. Martin Riddle - Assistant Principal

Riddle-Pic.jpgMr. Martin (Marty) Riddle was been named assistant principal at Woodbridge Middle School in July of 2021. Mr. Riddle brings a wealth of experience to the position. As a veteran educator he has held numerous positions in Fairfax County Public Schools and Prince William County Schools. Prior to joining Woodbridge Middle School, he served as the assistant principal at Graham Park Middle School from 2019 until 2021. Mr. Riddle was a Sub School Principal at Robinson Secondary School, the second largest school in Virginia, from 2011 until the conclusion of the 2018-2019 School Year. Mr. Riddle was the Director of Student Activities at Robinson Secondary from 2008-2011; from 2005-2008, he was the Assistant Director of Student Activities, a teacher, and a coach. Mr. Riddle also taught and coached at Chantilly High School, Lake Braddock Secondary School, Mount Vernon High School and Gar-Field High School.

Mr. Riddle earning a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, a Master of Sport Science in Sport Management from the United States Sports Academy in Daphne, AL, and a Bachelor of Science in Health & Physical Education from Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, VA.

Mr. Riddle brings a passion for education and a dedication to helping every student achieve. As an experienced and dedicated educational leader, Mr. Riddle has been able to positively contribute to the development of hundreds of students while working in a wide variety of educational settings and diverse communities. During his career in education, he has been highly effective as a teacher and as an administrator by developing meaningful relationships and finding creative solutions that empower students, parents, and staff members to flourish.


Dr. Kathy Hybl - Assistant Principal


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. She joined the ranks of Prince William Public Schools in 2012 at New Dominion Alternative Center as their administrative intern. At Woodbridge Middle School, Dr. Hybl serves as one of the assistant principals and looks forward working with all the new and returning Seminoles. Dr. Hybl believes that middle school must be developmentally responsive, challenging, empowering, and equitable to ensure that students have a world-class education that prepares them for the 21st Century. Earning degrees from Mary Washington College and Marymount University, she rounded out her education by earning a doctorate from the College of William and Mary in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership in 2010. When Dr. Hybl is not at school, she loves spending time with family and friends, going to sporting events, listening to music, and traveling.

Dr. Miyoshi Byrd -Administrative Intern



Dr. Miyoshi Byrd Administrative Intern

Dr. Byrd has joined the Woodbridge Middle School family as the new Administrative Intern! She entered the field of education with Accomack County Public Schools starting as a middle school teacher of all core areas for 12 years. While teaching, she served as a lead/mentor teacher, department chair, after school program coordinator and administrative assistant. She was honored as Teacher of the Year and the county's Teacher of the Year nominee during her teaching tenure. While fulfilling her dual role as a teacher and an administrative assistant was when she discovered her passion to serve students in a greater and more impactful way. Soon after, she led and served as a middle school assistant principal and held numerous leadership roles while building capacity in middle schools. She served as the coordinator of summer and extended day programs, implemented discipline academies, supervised alternative and exceptional education as well as chairing school improvement and special education. Her middle school administrative tenure also afforded her the opportunity to lead and serve as a new teacher coordinator as well as a summer school principal consecutively and acting principal which prepared her for the next level of leadership.

Seeking to add to her experience, she embraced leadership on the high school level and led as a high school assistant principal. As such, she served as the freshman transition coordinator, internship placement coordinator, special education chair, facilities use manager, supplies specialist and coordinated supplemental education services. Her secondary administrative experience also provided opportunities to deliver various professional development in the teacher performance evaluation process, instructional rounds, tiered assessments as well as learning walks for in/formal observations. In addition, she worked on many district projects that included an assignment for accreditation of middle schools with the Virginia Department of Education.

After transitioning to Northern Virginia, she sought to gain collegiate experience by preparing future educators for the profession as an adjunct professor as well as a student teacher supervisor with Marymount University prior to joining Prince William County Schools. She provided instruction as a Language Arts teacher at Graham Park Middle School. While at Graham Park, she led and served as a collaborative learning team lead, grade level content lead, formal lead mentor, and membered various teams. She also served as an adult basic education instructor for PWCS. In addition, she has led and served as summer school assistant principal at Rippon Middle School.

Her formal preparation began with Virginia State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. She continued her education with Old Dominion University by obtaining a Masters of Science in Elementary/Middle Education and returned for an Education Specialist in Educational Leadership. Overall, she aspired to earn a Doctorate of Education in K-12 Education Leadership with Jones International University which culminated her formal preparation. In sum, she holds professional educator certifications in Middle Grades 6-8 and K-12 Administration and Supervision.

Dr. Byrd brings an abundance of energy, excitement and expertise to Woodbridge Middle School. She believes in the advancement of students and staff given the appropriate opportunities, resources and support to attain and sustain success. Her belief is that all students can learn where they are chosen, challenged and championed….every student, every day. In her spare time, Dr. Byrd enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with family and friends. She is humbled and honored to serve the students, staff, parents and community of Seminoles because "We Are All In This Together!"