Administration

Mr. Shaun-Michael Woody - Principal
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Mrs. Amanda Harper - Sixth Grade Assistant Principal 

Amanda Harper

Once a Bobcat, always a Bobcat! I grew up in Louisa and have lived here all of my life. I attended Jouett Elementary School, the "old" and "new" Louisa County Middle School, and I graduated from Louisa County High School.

I earned an Associate of Science Degree from Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville, a Bachelor of Psychology and a Master's in Teaching Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, and I studied Leadership and Administration at James Madison University (JMU).

Before joining the Bobcat Nation in 2016, I taught third grade at Trevilians Elementary School and fifth grade at Jouett Elementary School. I enjoy offering my support to students and their families during the transition from fifth to sixth grade.

I have a son and a daughter who bring me great joy. In my free time, I enjoy reading, cooking, and spending time with my family.

I am passionate about student-driven instruction, collaboration, and creating a positive learning environment. I am excited to be "Excelling Together" at LCMS!

Mrs. Christy Grigg - Seventh Grade Assistant Principal

Mrs. Grigg, API grew up in Lunenburg County, Virginia, a rural area much like Louisa County. Being a part of Team LCPS, naturally feels like being home. 

I earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Longwood University in Farmville, a Master’s in Teaching Degree, and an Education Specialist Degree in School Leadership and Administration from Liberty University in Lynchburg. I am currently working on my Doctorate Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Capella University in Minnesota.

Education is an essential aspect of my life, which is why I became an educator. The knowledge in which we obtain is ours for a lifetime, and the more we gain, the more ability we have to change the world. My passion is not only to educate the youth, but to also educate those who initiate and shape our future leaders' minds. I want to inspire and create lifelong learners who will in return do the same.
Prior to becoming a Bobcat last year, I taught at the elementary level for ten years. I had the privilege of teaching third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade.
Reagan and Morgan are my two daughters who make life fun and joyous. We enjoy painting nails, playing dress up, reading books, completing puzzles, and making Tik Tok videos. In my free time, I enjoy reading and spending time with family and friends. I am here to serve our LCMS students, families, teachers, and staff as we continue “Excelling Together!”


Mr. Robert Morgan - Eighth Grade Assistant Principal

Greetings LCMS Family,

I am excited to begin my 13th year with Louisa County Public Schools and my third year at LCMS. I have a BIS in Agriculture Business from Virginia State University, a Masters in Curriculum Instruction from the University of Phoenix, and an Ed.s in Educational Leadership with an Administration Endorsement from Liberty University.  As Assistant Principal I oversee the 8th grade, as well as the Career and Technical Education programs and Social Studies department. 

I began my career with Louisa at LCMS as the Agriculture teacher in 2007. Then I went on to become the Alternative Education Coordinator for LCPS for two years. I also had the opportunity to be the Highschool 9th-grade Assistant Principal for four years.  It is my goal to provide positive leadership for all staff and students.  In my position of leadership, I hope to provide support and guidance to help staff and students accomplish their goals.  I don't want to be known for how much I know but how much I care.

 

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