Administration

Roane

PRINCIPAL: Anita R. Roane

Greetings Fox Families and Friends!


I am Anita R. Roane and this will be my sixth year serving as the proud principal of EpicMNES.  I have been in education for over 30 years.  Throughout those years I have been blessed to have some wonderful opportunities and learning experiences to mold me along the way. Before joining Louisa County Public Schools, I taught kindergarten through fourth grade, was a Math Resource Teacher, and then was an Assistant Principal for two years. I was born in Philadelphia, PA but spent most of my life growing up in King William County, VA. Being in Louisa feels much like being back at home.


I earned my Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education from Virginia Commonwealth University and my Master of Arts Degree in School Principalship from Central Michigan University.  I am passionate about being an educator and leader and I enjoy attending professional conferences and reading to stay abreast of what is going on in the field of education. 


I have one amazing daughter named Taylor who is also a VCU graduate and works as a project manager for a public relations company in Richmond. She is my greatest accomplishment yet! I enjoy traveling, spending time with my family and friends, and I’m very active with my sorority, Delta Sigma Theta. 


I love being a member of TeamLCPS.  It is truly a family-oriented and supportive community like no other. This includes our awesome students, our supportive families, our loving and caring staff who execute our exciting and engaging curriculum and programs, our fantastic PTA, and our community partners. 


Communication continues to be a key component in this partnership.  Each Sunday during the school year, families will receive a phone call and email from me around 6 PM. This will be another way to stay informed about the school-wide activities coming ahead.  I look forward to collaborating with our families as we engage in this exciting school year. I am only a phone call or email away and can be reached at [email protected]/540-967-1347.  Also, please join our PTA, Facebook page and visit our school website often to stay up to date on school activities. 


We are all excited to be continuing our Dens of Determination, our school-wide system modeled after the Ron Clark Academy’s House System used to create a positive climate and culture for our students and staff.  Our Dens of Determination focus on being givers, friendship, courage, and setting goals. It helps to give the students a sense of pride in a collaborative and safe environment.   I am ecstatic to announce that my den, Amistad, was the Den Champion again last school year.  This makes two years in a row.  Go Amistad!


At the Home of the Foxes, our students are respected, supported, challenged, and cared for and I look forward to working with them. It’s going to be an EPIC school year!


With Fox Pride,

Anita R. Roane

Fearless Fox Leader

Ruhlman
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: Dr. Bethany S. Ruhlman

Greetings Moss-Nuckols Elementary School Families and Friends!

Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! I am excited to continue to serve the Fox community as the Assistant Principal at Moss-Nuckols Elementary School!  This will be my fifth year here at the Home of the Foxes and I can wholeheartedly say there is no place like M-NES.  The relationships and bonds I have formed with our students, staff, and families are incredibly special to me.  

I am a Louisa County native and it will forever be my home.  I attended Louisa County Public Schools from kindergarten all the way through twelfth grade, where I discovered my love for learning and serving others, thanks to my many dedicated teachers and staff members.  After graduating from Louisa County High School, I earned my Bachelor of Arts and Master of Teaching from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA.  I then returned home and worked as a special education teacher in kindergarten through fifth grade at Jouett Elementary School, prior to becoming an administrator at M-NES.  I continued my passion for education and earned my Educational Specialist and Doctor of Education degrees in Educational Leadership from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA.

TeamLCPS is truly the greatest place on Earth and I am so grateful to continue to work closely with all our Foxes this year.  I feel that open communication and collaboration are key to success, so please do not hesitate to contact me via email at [email protected] or by phone at 540-967-1347 ext. 6012.

Go Foxes!

Bethany S. Ruhlman, Ed.D.

Canty
ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN: Carolyn Canty

Greetings Moss-Nuckols Families & Friends!

It is an honor and delight for me to join the Moss-Nuckols Elementary School family. I am Carolyn Canty and I am the new Administrative Intern. I am a veteran educator who has taught grades first, second, third, and my specialty fifth grade. I am a graduate of Virginia Union University where I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Literature and I attended Central Michigan University where I earned my Master of Arts in Supervision and Administration.

I enjoy reading, bowling, bike riding, and traveling. I have one son, who is truly my “son”shine.

Being new to the Louisa County community I have felt a sense of belonging and social connectedness. The warm and welcoming atmosphere is truly heartfelt. 

I am extremely excited to have the opportunity to work alongside Principal Roane and Assistant Principal Dr. Ruhlman. I have been welcomed with open arms and can’t wait to entrust my skills and talents to the students, parents, community, faculty, and staff at Moss-Nuckols Elementary School. Please feel free to contact me at [email protected] or 540-967-1347 ext. 6013. Working together, I know it’s going to be a fun-filled 2022-2023 school year with meaningful learning experiences.

Best Regards,

Carolyn Canty

Administrative Intern 


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