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Portrait of Michael-Jon Rodney

M.J. Rodney

Principal

Mr. Rodney earned his undergraduate degree in Secondary Social Studies Education at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. He earned his Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Averett University and his Post-Master’s Certificate in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.

M.J. Rodney
Principal
MJ_Rodney@ccpsnet.net
(804) 674-1355

Portrait of Sandra Judge-Harden

Sandra Judge-Harden

Associate Principal

Mrs. Judge-Harden joined Chesterfield County Public Schools in May of 2005, as a substitute teacher at Providence Middle School. As a career switcher, in August of 2005, she started as a special education teacher under a 3 year provisional teaching license. In August of 2008, she received her 5 year teaching license. As of May 2015, Mrs. Judge-Harden earned a M. Ed. in Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Richmond. She is the 2017 Teacher of the Year for Providence Middle School.

Sandra Judge-Harden
Associate Principal
Sandra_Judge-Harden@ccpsnet.net
(804) 674-1355 ext. 5138

Portrait of LeKiesha White

LeKiesha White

Assistant Principal

LeKiesha (Kiesha) White is a graduate of Saint Augustine’s University (BS) and a recent 2019 graduate from the University of Richmond’s Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Master’s Program. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to coming to Providence, Ms. White taught numerous Biology for 5 years at Meadowbrook High School and served as the Head Girls Basketball Coach at Clover Hill High School.

LeKiesha White
Assistant Principal
LeKiesha_White@ccpsnet.net

Portrait of Sharon Hundley

Sharon Hundley

Dean of Students

Sharon Hundley earned her Bachelor’s degree in special education and elementary education and master’s in special education from Grand Canyon University. She earned her Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Virginia Tech and is currently a doctoral candidate in Virginia Tech’s Educational Leadership program. Prior to serving as Dean, Sharon taught Special Education for 5 years in the collaborative math classroom and then switched to general education where she taught 6th and 7th grade math for 2 years.

Sharon Hundley
Dean of Students
Sharon_Hundley@ccpsnet.net

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