• Welcome to Edward Drew Middle School.  Meet our Adminstrators:

Ms. Ivory

Phone: 540-371-1415

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Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Ivory

Ms. Amy Ivory will return to Edward E. Drew, Jr. Middle School, where she previously served as Assistant Principal for six years. Currently, Ms. Ivory serves as Assistant Principal at Stafford High School, a role she has held since 2016. Prior to entering administration, Ms. Ivory taught math and language arts at the middle school level in both Stafford as well as Spotsylvania County Schools for 13 years, and has regularly been turned to by administrators as an instructional model for teachers at the middle school level.

As Assistant Principal at both Drew Middle and Stafford High School, Ms. Ivory served as a Special Education designee to ensure special education students received appropriate services to support their growth. At Stafford High, she also oversaw the High Riser program for rising freshman to support a successful start to high school, and helped to launch the Jostens Renaissance program at the school to support stronger connections among students and staff.

Ms. Ivory earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Masters of Elementary Education from California University of Pennsylvania, and her Masters of Education in Education Leadership from the University of Mary Washington.

Mr. Jennings

Phone: 540-371-1415

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Jennings

Prior to assuming this role, Jennings was an Instructional Coach in Prince William County. He taught English at Rodney E. Thompson Middle School and was the Literacy Coach at Colonial Forge High School from 2008 to 2016. He began his teaching career in Spotsylvania County Schools.

Jennings facilitated collaborative learning teams to increase student achievement. He served as an in-district trainer for Research for Better Teaching and as an instructor for Praxis II English cohort for teachers seeking certification. Jennings participated in PLC training offered by Rick & Becky DuFour.

Jennings earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Liberty University. He earned a Master of Education degree in Curriculum & Instruction and a Master of Education degree in Administration in Supervision from the University of Virginia. Jennings also earned National Board Certification in English/Language Arts for Adolescents and Young Adults.