Our Specialists

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  Beryl Jazvic
Art Teacher

Hi Panther Cubs, my name is Mrs. Jazvic, and I am your art teacher here at Mary Williams Elementary School. I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself to our new Cubs, and to welcome our returning Cubs. Like any good art teacher, I love teaching art, and I love to paint. What you might not know about me, is that I love horseback riding and visiting Art Museums. I am here to help you tap into your creative side, and to provide you with opportunities to express yourself through art. I know this is not our usual start of the school year, but nevertheless, we will be doing all sorts of fun and amazing things this year. I look forward to seeing you soon.

JAZVICBJ@pwcs.edu

 


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Cecily Roach

School Counselor (Grade Levels: Kindergarten, 1st, 4th)

Greetings Panther Cubs! My name is Ms. Roach and I am eager to announce that this will be my first year with Mary Williams! As a second year counselor, I am excited to continue to help students reach their fullest academic potential while promoting social-emotional wellness through various counselor resources. I look forward to an awesome school year learning more about each of you  as you all learn more about me!

RoachCM@pwcs.edu

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School Counselor (Grade Levels: 2nd, 3rd, 5th)

Hi Panther Cubs! My name is Mrs. Myers and this is my 4th year as a school counselor at MWES! I look forward to helping students have a successful school year! Through classroom counseling lessons, small groups and individual counseling, I am able to support your social-emotional and academic growth! As always, do not hesitate to contact me to let me know how I can help you have a wonderful year! I am here to help now more than ever as we get started in this virtual learning environment! Have a great school year Panther Cubs!

MyersNT@pwcs.edu

 Mrs. Babcock Amanda Babcock
Librarian
BabcocAJ@pwcs.edu

Welcome to the Panther Cub Library! I am Mrs. Babcock - your Librarian, and I am so excited to jump into this new and exciting year with you all! While Library will look and feel quite different, we are still planning on taking some adventures through books and having fun conversations about the places we visit and the people we meet along the way. I cannot wait to meet our new Cubs and see the faces of our returning Cubs. Keep smiling and let's go do GREAT things!
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Library Media Assistant
WilliRD@pwcs.edu

Hello Panther Clubs: Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year! I know school is beginning very differently this year, but I hope to be able to see you all back in the building very soon. My name is Ms. Williams, and I am the Library Media Assistant for Mary Williams Elementary School. This year will be my 7th year here at Mary Williams ES. I enjoy working in the Library with the Librarian, Mrs. Babcock. I enjoy taking care of all the wonderful books that we have here in the MWES Library.
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Morgan Meadows
Math Specialist

Hello Mary Williams families!  I am Mrs. Meadows and this is my 7th year here at MWES.  I am looking forward to working with all the students this year in the area of math.  I will be involved in whole group and small group lessons.  Now more than ever we are MWES better together!

MeadowMM@pwcs.edu
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Tim Wilson
Music Teacher

In 2004, I was one of the original staff members to open Mary F. Williams Elementary School. Now starting my 28th year of teaching Elementary Music in Virginia, I look forward to making Music with our students at MWES. Keep a beat in your heart, a tune in your mind, and the joy of Music to make your days full of hope, love, and excitement.

WilsonTX@pwcs.edu




  Chris Carroll
Physical Education
Email: carrolcw@pwcs.edu

Greetings, Panther Cubs!  I have had the pleasure of teaching at Mary Williams since we opened in 2004.  I hope all of you have been able to stay active throughout your summer vacation.  I have enjoyed playing golf, tennis, cycling, swimming, dancing, and weight lifting.  Wishing our virtual sessions return to live sessions soon!  Remember, it is never too early or too late to work towards being the healthiest you!  See you soon and stay safe!

-Mr. C
 Mr. Carlson
Jared Carlson 
Physical Education
Email: carlsoj@pwcs.edu

Hello Panther Cubs!  I am so excited for another awesome year of Physical Education with everyone.  This will be my 16th year as a Physical Education teacher and my 2nd year teaching at Mary Williams.  I look forward to our time together and can't wait to get started!  Even though we can't be together physically, we will still have a great time and learn a lot virtually, and before we know it, we will all be together again!  Take care and stay safe!

-Mr. Carlson
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Kathy Maxfield
Reading Specialist
This is my 25th year of teaching and my 14th year as a member of the MWES family. I am so excited to share great books with you and help you develop a lifelong love of reading and writing.


MaxfieKE@pwcs.edu
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READING
Sandra Hawkins
Pals Tutor

  READING
Aisha Brown

Pals Tutor 
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STRINGS
Chris Dixon
DixonCM@pwcs.edu

I am so excited to begin my 14th year teaching Strings at Mary F. Williams Elementary School!  I began playing the violin in the 5th grade here in Prince William County.  I went to Woodbridge High School, and I went to Shenandoah University to learn how to be a Strings teacher.  In addition to teaching at Mary Williams, Triangle, and Covington-Harper, I also play violin in the Old Bridge Chamber Orchestra, a community orchestra that holds concerts in Woodbridge, VA.

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TECHNOLOGY

Tamara Bruce
Instructional Technology Coach
BruceTY@pwcs.edu

Hello Panther Cubs!! My name is Mrs. Bruce.  This is my 21st year in education.  I have been a member of the Panther Cub family for 11 years.  This is my first year as a Instructional Technology Coach.  I am married and have one daughter who is a sophomore in college.  Looking forward too many avenues technology aids in, which will assist in independence and critical thinking among staff and students.