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Faculty & Staff

Dave Bruns

Executive Director

Dave earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from the College of William & Mary. He practiced law for leading law firms in San Francisco and Virginia. Dave was recognized by Richmond Magazine as one of Virginia’s best young lawyers. He and Stacey lead the effort to form the vision, philosophy and mission of the school. In addition to his leadership duties, “Coach Dave” works with kids as a basketball and chess coach. Dave is the proud father of CDS Alums Jack (18) and Jane (15).

Dave Bruns

Stacey Bruns

Head of School

Stacey has always had a clear vision and talent for educating children. Her prior mentors recognized this quality by, among other honors, naming her the Outstanding Student in the University of Virginia’s Master of Teaching program, naming her the first-year Teacher-of-the-Year for the Hanover County School System, placing her in leadership positions early in her career, and promoting her to Assistant Head of School at a successful private preschool – eighth grade school in California. Before proposing and founding Charlottesville Day School, Stacey was the leader of a preschool in Arlington, Virginia. She is the proud mother of CDS graduates Jack and Jane, and loves knowing each of the CDS Bears.

Stacey Bruns

Johanna Beaver

Orchestra; Violin and Viola Teacher

Johanna Beaver leads the orchestra and teaches private violin and viola lessons at CDS. She began teaching twenty-five years ago while pursuing her Masters degree in violin performance. Since then, she has served on the faculties of the University of Virginia, Interlochen Arts Camp, Opus 118 Violin Program in New York, and the Stony Brook Pre-college. Johanna performs with the  Richmond Symphony, at the Wintergreen Summer Music Festival, and as a member of the Afton String Quartet. Johanna holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the State University of New York at Stony Brook where her mentors were Katherine Murdock, Mitchell Stern, and the Emerson String Quartet. Johanna is a trained Suzuki teacher, and she combines the Suzuki philosophy with her own method that focuses on note reading and individualized lessons.

Johanna Beaver

Amy Buddington

Spanish Specialist

“Señora B” is excited to be back for her thirteenth year teaching Spanish at CDS. Amy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from the University of Virginia and earned her teaching license from Mary Baldwin College. She enjoyed working for Albemarle County as a Spanish Teacher at the high school level before finding her true passion teaching children at CDS. Her Spanish curriculum includes age-appropriate songs, games, stories, poetry, culture, and art. She takes a storytelling approach to teaching Spanish. Señora B also shares her love of cooking and baking with her Wednesday enrichment and elective classes for elementary and middle school students. Amy has two daughters: Laura and Julia , who are both proud CDS graduates.

Amy Buddington

Townley Cole

Panda Bears Teacher

After graduating from The College of William and Mary, Townley began her teaching career as a first grade teacher in Newport News Public Schools. When she and her late husband, Malcolm, moved to San Rafael, California, they founded Janus School, a private preschool through second grade, which they operated for eighteen years. Upon returning to Virginia, Townley was the founding director of The Salvation Army Child Care Center for Homeless Children in Charlottesville. She has also worked as a teacher in the Albemarle County Afterschool Program and as director of Trinity Episcopal Child Care Center. For more than ten years, Townley has worked as a preschool teacher at CDS. She brings with her a wealth of experience and a passion for early childhood education. Her proudest accomplishment is being a parent to her amazing children, Mira, Andrew, and AJ and spending time with her grandchildren Aiyana, Nathaniel, Makai, Kaydence and Leilah.
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Townley Cole

Coro Cope

Director of Teaching, Learning and Collaboration

This is Coro’s tenth year working at CDS. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Masters of Teaching in Elementary Education. While she was a student, she was named Outstanding Student in the Elementary Education Program, and served as the student representative to the Curry Foundation Board working to fund raise and increase student involvement within the school. Coro has spent the last nine years at CDS teaching First and Second grade, and is excited to take on this new role here! As Director of Teaching, Learning and Collaboration, she will be working to further connect the different classrooms in new ways as well as teaming with and supporting teachers to enhance the student experience. Coro will also be serving as the point of contact for parents as they navigate the journey of early childhood education. Her daughter Everly will be a Kodiak this year!

Coro Cope

Kira Cotter

Reading Specialist

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona, Kira spent the summer teaching in a village in Tanzania, where her love of teaching was born She then completed a two year teacher training program at Beauvoir, the National Cathedral School in Washington D.C., and went on to teach first grade for the next several years at a progressive independent school in Alexandria, VA. In 2015 she earned her M.Ed. in Reading Education at UVA as well as a reading specialist endorsement (K-12th grade). During this time, Kira also worked in several Charlottesville schools as a literacy mentor to pre-service teachers and provided intervention directly to students. She has also been formally trained in the Orton-Gillingham approach to reading instruction. This will be her fourth year as the Reading Specialist at CDS, with a primary focus on providing reading intervention to kindergarten through fourth grade students. She also works closely with classroom teachers to plan instruction, build curriculum and provide ongoing professional development.

Kira Cotter

Penny Crawley

Panda Teacher

This is Penny’s second year at CDS. She is thrilled to be part of the Panda Bear community with Townley. Penny comes to us with a wealth of experience in working with young children. She has worked for the City of Richmond through the Virginia Pre-School Initiative, and spent many years working for Albemarle County. Specifically, Penny worked with pre-school children with special needs. Penny is regularly recognized for her warmth, compassion and natural talent with young children.
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Becky Dice

First/Second Grade Teacher

Becky is excited to return for her sixth year on the First & Second Grade team at Charlottesville Day School. She obtained her Bachelors degree from Roanoke College. Not too long after graduating and working in business, she realized that her true passion is teaching. She moved to Charlottesville to attend graduate school at UVA and she graduated from the Curry School of Education with a Masters of Teaching in Elementary Education. Becky was hired at CDS right after graduate school, and has loved teaching and nurturing her First and Second grade students since then. Along with her husband she lives with her daughter Riley and corgi, Hobbes. Riley is starting her first year at CDS in the Cubbie class!
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Becky Dice

Jontel Evans

Physical Education Teacher & Basketball Coach

Jontel graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelors degree in Anthropology in 2013. While at the University, Jontel played Point Guard on the basketball team, where he was twice selected to the All-ACC Defensive Team by ACC coaches and selected to the Lefty Driesell All-American Defensive Team. Jontel also led UVA in assists in 3 consecutive seasons. He continued his basketball career after college, playing professionally in Slovakia during the 2014 – 2015 season. Jontel is excited to return to CDS as a Physical Education Teacher and basketball coach and loves sharing his love of basketball and fitness with CDS students.

Jontel Evans

Mimi Fitzpatrick

Third and Fourth Grade Teacher

After years of fighting the family tradition, as she found herself born into a long line of educators, Mimi realized that she had been teaching her while life anyway- teaching her grandmother to blow bubblegum bubbles, her friends to drive stick shift, and children how to swim. She earned a Masters in Teaching degree in Elementary Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Virginia. She was first introduced to the concept of lifelong learning at the Curry School, and she fully embraces this idea in her professional and personal life as she finds joy in constantly learning from the world around her. This is her eleventh year as an elementary school teacher. She is thrilled to be a part of the CDS community as a teacher for the Third and Fourth Grade Team, and for both her children to be CDS Bears this year!
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Mimi Fitzpatrick

Kateri Gajadhar

Support Teacher and Extended Day

Kateri is a recent graduate of the University of Virginia and is very excited to join the CDS faculty for her first year. She studied Global Security & Justice, Spanish, and Education. She was involved in various activities during her time at UVA, notably working on a research project focusing on gifted identification with the Curry School of Education.

Kateri Gajadhar

Ataira "Frankie" Franklin

Art, Physical Education, Sixth Grade Homeroom

Frankie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia and a Masters degree in Creative Arts from Vanderbilt University. During her time at the University of Virginia, she majored in Studio Art with a concentration in photography. She was also a member of the Women’s Basketball team, which enabled her to work closely with the Children’s Hospital, Hope Community Center’s Hope4Kids, and the Ronald McDonald House. She is excited to be back at Charlottesville Day School for her fourth year, and to share her love for art and fitness with the students here at CDS.

Ataira

Jennie Hamner

Middle School & Elementary Math Teacher

Jennie is coming from Henley and will be working as a 3rd – 7th grade math teacher as well as leading homework club. She is a wonderfully talented math teacher with 18 years of experience. She is passionate about differentiated instruction, challenging students, social-emotional learning, and connecting concepts and skills across disciplines. Jennie is ecstatic to be a part of the CDS family, which she has admired from afar! Jennie’s daughter Cameron is a CDS third grader.
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Jennie Hamner

Jaime Hawkins

Middle School English, Sixth Grade Homeroom, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist

Jaime began teaching at CDS in 2014. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Masters of Teaching in Elementary Education. She has taught almost every grade, K-8. She brings a wealth of teaching experience having served as a teacher for 10 years with Charlottesville City Schools. Jaime is the Sixth grade homeroom teacher with Frankie and co-teaches Middle School English. She also serves as CDS’s Diversity and Inclusion Specialist. Jaime’s daughters, Zoë and Maizie, are part of the CDS family as well.
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Jaime Hawkins

Katie Hickson

Middle School Math, Admissions Coordinator, Project Specialist

Katie is a former Echols Scholar at the University of Virginia where she earned both her undergraduate degree and her Masters of Teaching. She has been teaching at CDS for ten years, and she combines her love of math with her talent for creating engaging, meaningful learning experiences. While working on her Masters degree, Katie studied differentiated instruction and curriculum design for high ability learners in the Gifted Education department of the Curry School of Education. Prior to teaching at CDS, Katie taught middle school students as part of UVa’s Saturday and Summer Enrichment Programs. Katie has had training in a variety of approaches to math in the middle grades, including the College Board’s Springboard Pre-AP Math curriculum, Michigan State University’s Connected Mathematics program, and Stanford Professor of Mathematics Education Jo Boaler’s philosophy of math education. Katie also continues to serve in her role as CDS’s Project Specialist, photographing students learning in action, creating web content, and designing print projects for CDS special events and marketing materials. She also works on the Admissions team with Stacey.
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Katie Hickson

Lauren Jones

Cubs Assistant Teacher, Extended Day

Lauren is excited to return for her second year at CDS! She is currently working on her Bachelor’s degree through Western Governors University and came to CDS after having worked in two other local preschools. Ever since Lauren was little, she knew that working with kids would someday be her career. She has a passion to love other children as her own and to teach and watch them grow. In Lauren’s free time, she loves spending time with her husband, her adorable pups, and having family time on the weekends. Lauren is overjoyed to continue working in the Cubs class!
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Lauren Jones

Meryl Kahn

Grizzly Assistant Teacher

Meryl returns to Charlottesville Day School for her eleventh year as a preschool teaching assistant. A native of Charlottesville, Meryl has worked with preschool children in a variety of settings. She received her Associate degree in Early Childhood Development from Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield, MA. While pursuing her degree, she interned at St. Paul’s Children Center in Stockbridge, MA. An avid sports fan, Meryl follows UVA sports and the Yankees. Meryl is very excited about the new school year and teaching with Abby and Megan.
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Meryl Kahn

Angela Kelly

Music Director

Angela is an accomplished educator with more than 20 years experience teaching young people not only how to play music, but how to love it. She holds a degree in Music Education from the prestigious Indiana University School of Music. Angela has a busy performing career as a professional flutist. She served as the interim Principal Flute for the Charlottesville & University Symphony for seasons 2009-2010 and currently plays Principal Flute with the Virginia Consort and the Oratorio Society of Virginia. She is the director of several flute choirs in the local community. She strongly believes in the power of music to impact young lives. Angela returns for her thirteenth year as our Music Director at CDS. In addition to her classroom responsibilities, Angela offers individual flute lessons at CDS.

Angela Kelly

Kimberly Kotarski

Business Manager

Kim is returning for her fourteenth year at CDS. She is from Charlottesville and graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine. Kim’s experience in all things administrative and her ability to multi-task allows her to organize and lead while supporting the faculty and parents on a day to day basis. Kim and her husband Craig are parents to three daughters, Camryn (10), and Kiley (7), and Kacey (4) who all call CDS home.

Kimberly Kotarski

Mark Kramer

Guitar and Jazz Ensemble Instructor

Mark is happy to be a part of the Faculty as guitar instructor and teacher of Guitar and Jazz Ensembles. He is a native of North Carolina and has a B.A. from Guilford College. Soon after graduation Mark moved to Seattle and formed the folk rock band UnRelated. Mark moved to Atlanta in 1995 and formed the band Houndog, which performed in the Southeast and recorded two albums of original material. Houndog grew into The Last Waltz Ensemble in 2001, and became a national act that he continues to work with. He also recorded a solo album before moving to Charlottesville in 2011. Mark’s teaching strengths are songwriting, performance of whole songs (singing and lead work), and collaboration within a group. He enjoys sharing the history and passion of music with his students. In his free time he enjoys exploring Charlottesville and traveling with his wife, and spending time with their dogs.

Mark Kramer

Michelle Lockwood

Middle School Science, Fifth Grade Homeroom

Michelle earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from UNC-Wilmington and teaching credentials from Colorado University at Boulder. Michelle worked as a field biologist, a naturalist, an environmental educator, and at several schools before coming to CDS in 2008. She is excited to share her love and passion for the natural world with her community and students. When she is not in the classroom, you can find her staying active and spending time with her family.
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Michelle Lockwood

Rita Moore

Cubs Teacher

Rita is a Georgia native who earned her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work from the University of Georgia. As a social worker, she served a diverse range of children and families. Her primary focus was to enhance parent/child relationships and interactions. After having two children of her own, Rita became actively involved in their education. She has been teaching in the Cubs classroom since 2006 when CDS opened its doors. Rita enjoys the amazing learning process, creativity, and joyfulness of two and three year olds! She is a kind, patient and warm member of our faculty. Rita is the proud mom of two children, Will (College of William & Mary) and Gracie (12th grader).
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Rita Moore

Jamie Morris

Administrative Coordinator

Jamie joined CDS in 2007 and returns this year as the Administrative Coordinator. She began her career at CDS teaching in the preschool classrooms, but after starting her family she moved into her Administrative role. She holds an Associate degree in Education, an Early Childhood Teaching Certificate and has her CNA. Jamie is well loved by children of all ages and will continue to support CDS faculty in her Administrative Coordinator role this year. She and her husband have two children who will both attend CDS this year, as Gannon will join the Cubbie class and Paisley Belle will be a Grizzly!

Jamie Morris

Tamara Murray

Art Specialist

Tamara earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to teaching, Tamara has been a practicing fine artist for over 20 years. She shows her work locally and is a member of several arts organizations including the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild and the Charlottesville-Albemarle Art Association. Tamara has been at Charlottesville Day School since its inception and brings an abundant knowledge of various fine art disciplines. With a great appreciation of each child’s unique qualities, Tamara works passionately to enhance each student’s ability to explore art-making independently. Tamara and her husband have lived in Charlottesville for 26 years and have two children, Jack and Ryann.

Tamara Murray

Clare O'Brien

Middle School English

This is Clare’s seventh year teaching at CDS. She graduated from the University of Mary Washington in 2011 with a Bachelor of English degree and has a Secondary Teaching License in English Language Arts. She began her studies at the Curry School of Education in the fall of 2012, and graduated in 2014 with a Master of Education degree in Curriculum & Instruction with a focus on Academic, Linguistic, and Cultural Diversity, in addition to an Endorsement in Gifted Education. Now, she is Seventh grade Homeroom teacher, as well as the English teacher for the Fifth through Eighth graders. Clare is also excited to be a coach for the CDS Cross Country Team!
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Clare O'Brien

Abby Perry

Grizzly Teacher

Abby earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2011. Abby is a passionate teacher who has a positive, hands-on approach with children in the classroom. She has prior experience as a classroom teacher and joined the CDS family in 2013 as a teacher in the Grizzly class. Abby’s daughter, Olivia, is a Panda this year!
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Abby Perry

Shannon Rauth

Kindergarten Teacher

Shannon is thrilled to teach Kindergarten at CDS. Shannon spent the 2018-2019 school year as a lead teacher on the Third and Fourth grade team where she fell in love with the community and culture of CDS. She is excited to serve as a gateway to elementary school for the Kodiak bears. Shannon earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a Master of Education degree from the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education. She student taught kindergarten at Meriwether Lewis Elementary School and mentored young students in Charlottesville City Schools through UVA’s Athletes Committed to Education. While at the University of Virginia, Shannon swam on the varsity swim team. She was a member of the All ACC Academic Team and was also recognized as an NCAA All American. She was named captain in her final year and was selected for the Student Athlete Mentor Council. Shannon developed a passion for working with children through coaching young swimmers. She coached for seven years at the Upper Main Line YMCA in Pennsylvania, and continues to coach here in Charlottesville for CYAC and Boar’s Head swim teams. Shannon enjoys developing athletes both in and out of the pool. In her spare time Shannon works with her family’s nonprofit childhood cancer foundation, Cure4Cam, which raises money to find more humane treatments for children with cancer.
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Shannon Rauth

Karin Reed

Third/Fourth Grade Teacher

Karin earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Gettysburg College and a Master of Education degree from Trinity College. This is Karin’s thirteenth year at CDS. Karin came to us with 11 years of experience in a variety of public elementary school classrooms, including Albemarle County Public Schools and Fairfax County Public Schools. While teaching in New England, she was the city of Worcester’s nominee as Arts Educator of the Year for Massachusetts. In addition to teaching, Karin enjoys co-directing the CDS Theater Program. Karin has a gift for reaching children and is passionate about her profession. Karin has taught almost every grade level and is excited to return to CDS as a Third/Fourth Grade teacher this year! Karin has two daughters, Ella (CDS Alum) and Izzy (CDS Eighth Grader).
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Karin Reed

Tiffany Stauffer

Middle School Math, Math Specialist

This is Tiffany’s fourth year at CDS, although she has felt connected to CDS for many years. Currently, Tiffany teaches fifth and sixth grade math along with Geometry. In addition, she collaborates with all the staff at CDS to develop curricula that fosters high level tasks with accessible entry points for all learners. Tiffany’s expertise is in making connections to mathematics an attainable way, and as a byproduct she creates an appreciation for math in all students. Before her time as a classroom teacher at CDS, she tutored students, worked with teachers, and taught math summer camps. Tiffany graduated from Millersville University in Pennsylvania with a Bachelors degree in Education and an endorsement in Secondary Mathematics. She earned her Masters degree in Education from the University of Virginia, with an endorsement as a Math Specialist. She has taught both high school and middle school math and has worked as a math specialist. Tiffany is ‘Nanu,’ to Everly, a current Kodiak bear.
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Tiffany Stauffer

Laura Sullivan

First/Second Grade Teacher

Laura will lead the Black Bear class as a First/Second grade teacher. She graduated from Wake Forest in 2015 and came back to her hometown to earn her Masters in Reading from UVA. Laura has spent the past three years teaching in Albemarle County, where she was an admired first and second grade teacher and a reading specialist. Laura started a Chicken Club at her previous school and hopes to bring chickens to CDS. Laura is passionate about the outdoors and strives to help students understand the importance of taking care of our environment. In her free time, Laura enjoys running, cheering on the Hoos (and Deacs), hiking, and cooking.
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Laura Sullivan

Theresa Sury

Third and Fourth Grade Teacher

Theresa is very excited to return for her eighth year as the Polar Bear teacher and K-8 Art Teacher at Charlottesville Day School. Theresa graduated from James Madison University in 2011 with an Art Education degree, Pre-K through 12with a focus on using art across the curriculum. Theresa began her time at CDS as the Pre-K Grizzly teacher, but moved to Third and Fourth grade in 2014. She has taught in both the Spirit and Polar Bear rooms, led math instruction, taught art  for the Elementary and Middle School classes, and works with the Theater program! She loves the many hats that CDS allows her to wear, and getting to know every student.
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Theresa Sury

Alex Taylor

Kindergarten Assistant Teacher

Alex has had a passion for working with children since she was a young teenager and comes to CDS with a wealth of experiences with kids! She taught for multiple years at a well-established summer camp and after-school program in Westford, Massachusetts. This is where Alex realized she wanted to pursue a lifelong career of helping children learn and grow into positive and influential members of society. She is co-leading the preschool extended day program this year with Penny Crawley, and is thrilled to spend her second year as a classroom assistant in Kindergarten. Alex has received overwhelming support and love from the faculty and hopes to call CDS her home for years to come!
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Alex Taylor

Greg Thomas

Music Teacher, Brass Instructor

Greg Thomas is joining our faculty as a part-time music specialist and brass instructor. Greg has 34 years of teaching experience in Albemarle County. He spent the last 26 years leading the AHS bands to award-winning successes. He is a deeply loved educator and colleague. Among many other accolades, he has been recognized as the Charlottesville Jazz Society’s 2010 Annual Artist Educator of the Year and has won a regional “teacher of the year” award from Phi Beta Kappa. Angela, and her team of music educators, are thrilled to collaborate with Greg and excited to see what opportunities this will bring to our CDS students. Greg will also be teaching classes at JMU.

Greg Thomas

Jennifer Thomas

First/Second Grade Assistant Teacher, Assistant to Music Dept. and Acting Coach for Musical Theater Club

Jennifer is excited to start her seventh school year at CDS and return to the 1st/2nd grade class & assisting in music. Jennifer is a native of Randolph, NJ and is a proud CDS mom to Phoebe Rae (10th Grade) and Felix Flynn (5th Grade). She holds a BFA in Acting from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts and an MFA in Acting/Classical Texts from the Professional Actor Training Program at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, AL. Jennifer is an organized, loving, and artistic teacher.
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Jennifer Thomas

Megan Van Ornum

Pre-K Teacher

Megan has been a Pre-K teacher in the Grizzly Bear room since 2017. She earned her Masters Degree in the Inclusive Early Childhood Education program at James Madison University. Megan has always enjoyed working with children through teaching, babysitting, and volunteering. She is excited to be collaborating with Abby and Meryl for another fun year of preschool!
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Megan Van Ornum

Lance Weisend

Middle School History Teacher

Born and raised in Blacksburg, Lance attended Virginia Tech, double majoring in American History and Secondary Education and also running on the cross country team (4:12 mile!). He then earned a Masters in American History from Oklahoma State, focusing on the American West and Native American studies. He returned to Virginia to work on his PhD at UVA. After finishing his coursework in American Colonial and Revolutionary history, he found his true passion: teaching. After teaching for 35 years at Albemarle High School, where he helped develop the American Studies program, taught AP US History, and coached cross country and track. He joined the CDS team in 2018 teaching middle school social studies and coaching cross country.
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Lance Weisend

Board of Trustees

Mira Williams, Ph.D.

Chair

 

 

Mira Williams, Ph.D.

Rob Wise, Esq.

Past Chair

 

 

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Rob Wise, Esq.

Ellen P. Hench

Trustee

 

 

Ellen P. Hench

Holly Hertberg-Davis, Ph.D.

Trustee

 

 

Holly Hertberg-Davis, Ph.D.

Renee Fischer, M.D.

Trustee

 

 

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Renee Fischer, M.D.

Carol Tomlinson, Ph.D.

Honorary Trustee

Dr. Tomlinson is a professor at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education where she serves as Chair of Educational Leadership, Foundations and Policy. She is also a pioneer and expert in the field of differentiating instruction, a core principle in the CDS curriculum.

Carol Tomlinson, Ph.D.

Christie Reed

Trustee

 

 

Ben Williams, Ph.D.

Trustee

 

 

Chris Peper

Treasurer

 

 

Clyde Gouldman, Esq.

Trustee

 

 

CDS Campus

Downtown is our Playground! We love our new campus downtown. During the entire summer of 2011, parents, teachers and children worked together building, painting, and preparing our new campus. All the hard work not only brought together a building but also a community.

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