PCPS announces new assistant principal at Shenandoah Elementary

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Page County Public Schools announced that Ms. Jennifer Weikle will serve as the next assistant principal at Shenandoah Elementary.

Jennifer began her teaching career at Shenandoah and most recently at Luray Elementary.

She served as Luray’s interim assistant principal in 2022 and on several Standards of Learning Committees for the Virginia Department of Education.

She brings with her over 27 years of experience and believes every child deserves a safe, supportive, and caring environment to learn and grow.

In addition to her classroom experience, she holds degrees and certifications from Bluefield College, Eastern Mennonite University, and James Madison University.

In the announcement, Jennifer said, “I am incredibly honored to take on the role of assistant principal at Shenandoah Elementary School. I am blessed to come full circle in my educational career as I return to Shenandoah Elementary School. As a tenured educator for Page County Public School, I have had many opportunities that have allowed me the opportunity to grow my wings as an educator and an instructional leader.”

To view PCPS announcement, click here.

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