Welcome to AGW. Meet our administrators:



Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Hegna

Welcome to A.G. Wright Middle School. Thank you for sending your students to us. We are so excited to have them as members of our community of scholars! 

     I graduated from Radford University and started my teaching career as a 7th-grade teacher at John J. Wright Middle School. I then taught social studies at Brooke Point High School for ten years and earned my master’s degree from the University of Mary Washington. 

     Before becoming the Principal at A.G. Wright Middle School, I was a high school assistant principal for four years in Stafford County. My husband and I are the proud parents of two incredible daughters, Madeline and Liv.

     I look forward to partnering with you to create the best middle school experience for your scholar. Together we are going to make this a great school year.

Phone: 540-658-6240 Ext. 15105


Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Jasmin Guadalupe - Assistant Principal

     Mrs. Guadalupe was appointed as assistant principal at A.G. Wright Middle School in the fall of 2008.  She earned her undergraduate degree from Florida International University and the University of New Orleans where she majored in elementary education with a focus on special education.  As well, Mrs. Guadalupe is middle school endorsed and has her Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership.   

     Prior to working at A. G. Wright, Mrs. Guadalupe was employed by the Department of Defense Education Activity where she worked at Kinser Elementary School in Okinawa, Japan as a fourth and fifth grade teacher.  After leaving Okinawa, Mrs. Guadalupe moved to Virginia and made Stafford County her home along with her husband and two children.  Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, reading and going to her children’s soccer games.   

Phone: 540-658-6240 ext. 15106


Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Shari Fox - Assistant Principal

Prior to assuming this role, Mrs. Fox served as the Day School Coordinator for Stafford County. She also was the Educational Diagnostician  at A.G. Wright Middle from 2011 to 2019. She began her career with Stafford County in 2003 as a special education teacher. She started her career in Westmoreland County Public Schools as a science teacher in 2001.

Mrs. Fox has held a number of leadership roles as a department chair, facilitator of Response to Intervention (RTI), leader of the co-teaching cadre, and leader and supervisor of Learning Walks. She also presented professional development activities for staff on Kagan strategies, special education, 504 plans and differentiated instruction.

Mrs. Fox received her Bachelor's degree in Allied Health Sciences with a double minor in Athletic Training and Nutrition and Wellness from Bridgewater College. She received her Master's degree in Special Education from The University of Virginia and her endorsement certification in Educational Leadership and Supervision from Longwood University.

Mrs. Fox resides in the area with her husband and their five children. Their oldest son, Ethan, attended A.G. Wright as a tiger! She enjoys spending time with family, attending her children's events, and traveling around the world with her husband.