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Staff Bios


Ms. Erica Broudy, our Principal, has strong roots in the Brookland District and attended Holladay Elementary, Brookland Middle, and Hermitage High School. She confirmed her zest for nurturing children and becoming a career educator when she was honored as the first Virginia Governor Gilmore Teacher Scholar as a senior at Hermitage.  After graduating from the University of Richmond, she taught in Richmond City for a bit, then moved to Chesterfield County after marrying a fellow Henrico County Public Schools graduate. Having taught kindergarten and first grade for several years, and starting a family with the birth of a son, Lang, Mrs. Broudy decided to jump up to 4th grade and start a Master’s degree program at Virginia Commonwealth University. She left teaching in Chesterfield in 2012 and decided to come home to Henrico to pursue aspirations in elementary school leadership. While she was serving as Resource Teacher and Associate Principal at Laburnum Elementary, the Broudy Family welcomed a second child, Layna. The fifth addition to the family, a black Goldendoodle named Jett, joined the Broudy Bunch in January 2019. Mrs. Broudy likes to end her workweek by watching television and eating “chips and guac” from Chipotle. She also loves dining out,shopping for home decor, and playing outside with her family members and friends in their Moseley, VA neighborhood. Go Tigers!

Ms. Jennifer Rhoden, Associate Principal, is thrilled to be a part of Trevvett Elementary!  Originally from Florida, her family relocated to Richmond just before her freshman year of high school.  Therefore, she is a graduate of Henrico’s Godwin High School. She then went to Lee University in Tennessee to study before returning home to get married and finish her degree in Education as well as her Master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University.  Jennifer taught 3rd grade for 8 years in Henrico County before taking a position in Richmond Public Schools as a Title I Math teacher.  She then moved into a Reading First Literacy Coach position in the city of Richmond before returning to her roots in Henrico County in 2011 for a Title I Reading position at Laburnum Elementary.  In 2014, Jennifer graduated from the Educational Leadership and Policies studies program at the University of Richmond. As a result, she became the Resource teacher at Laburnum Elementary. She left this position to be the Associate Principal here at Trevvett. Jennifer has been married to her husband, a Freeman High School graduate, for 24 years. They have 2 teenage children?!?!  Avery attends Maggie Walker Governor’s School and loves learning and the arts. Miles attends Veritas… he loves school and all things sports. Jennifer loves spending time with her family as well as playing games, reading, watching movies, going to the beach, eating out (especially Mexican food), and being with friends.

Ms. Bethany Bushey loves being the school counselor at Trevvett! Ms. Bushey is originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She received a degree in Theatre from The College of William & Mary and moved to New York City in search of a career. After a couple of years, she decided to pursue school counseling and went to The University of Virginia for graduate school. While in Charlottesville, Ms. Bushey found both her calling (school counseling) and her husband. Prior to coming to Trevvett, Ms. Bushey worked for Richmond Public Schools as an elementary school counselor. She is a National Certified Counselor and a member of the American School Counselor Association and the Virginia School Counselor Association. Ms. Bushey loves to travel, exercise, sing, act, and spend time with her wonderful son, Lucus, husband, Ben, and adorable pug, Benji.

Ms. Jessica Capano, Innovative Learning Coach,  is thrilled to be a Trevvett Tiger! Ever since her childhood days spent playing school with stuffed animals, Miss Capano has possessed an innate passion and drive for education. She graduated from Midlothian High School and earned her Masters in the Art of Teaching from James Madison University. In college, Miss Capano spent a semester working at Disney’s Magic Kingdom through the Disney College Program as well as summers teaching ESL at Washington International School in Washington, D.C. In graduate school, she traveled to Italy to teach and advise student teachers. The love of travel and cultural diversity garnered from these experiences remains an integral part of her life and classroom. Miss Capano started her career teaching fifth grade in Williamsburg and joined the HCPS family in 2016. She’s been recognized as district Teacher of the Year in both Williamsburg and Henrico. In her free time she enjoys taking road trips, watching reality TV, healthy cooking, yoga, and playing with her dog Charlie!

Ms. Kelly Bauer, Reading Specialist, is excited to begin 2nd year as a Trevvett Tiger! She has taught 4th grade for 11 years in Prince William County Public Schools and in Henrico County Public Schools. She is originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and relocated to Virginia to begin her teaching career. Miss Bauer graduated from Moravian College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a certification in Elementary Education. She continued onto George Mason University where she earned her Master’s Degree in Reading, becoming a reading specialist. Miss Bauer loves being active, whether playing or watching sports. She started playing volleyball when she was in 5th grade, continued all through way through high school and then played at the collegiate level at Moravian. Miss Bauer also loves to run, train for, and compete in half marathons. Her favorite sports teams are the Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia Phillies. In her free time, Miss Bauer enjoys spending time at the beach, relaxing with her friends and family, spending time with her St. Bernedoodle – Yona, and exploring Richmond. She is looking forward to learning, teaching, and roaring with the Tigers!

Office Professionals

Ms. Tracey Skinner, our Principal’s Secretary/Financial Secretary, has been part of the Trevvett Family for 16 years.  Tracey was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland where she married her high school sweetheart Dave.  Tracey and Dave have been married for 28 years, and have four adult children, Christopher, Jessica, Matthew, and their son-in-law Hunter.   Tracey spends most of her spare time with her family, traveling with her husband, binge watching HGTV, and MOST importantly….spoiling their three grandchildren, Charlotte, Riley and Hudson.



Ms. Amy Jones, joined the Trevvett family as Registrar/Attendance Secretary in the Fall of 2016, as a previous Henrico County Public Schools employee.  Amy was born and raised in Southwest Florida, and moved to Virginia to attend Liberty University.  She and her husband, Tim, have been married 25 years and have twin girls who are currently attending college.  Amy spends most of her spare time with her family or volunteering at her church, and enjoys baking and gardening.



Mrs. Allison Combee, our Registered Nurse, is a graduate of James Madison University where she earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing. She has worked in numerous settings throughout her nursing career but her main focus has always been Pediatrics. She spent two years living in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she worked in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit caring for critically ill children. Her most recent work was with a Multispecialty Clinic at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. Ms. Combee loves her role as a School Nurse and enjoys getting to know all of the wonderful students at Trevvett. Her passion is educating children and their families about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and being an advocate for their own health and wellness. She is blessed to be the mother of two sweet children, Emma, 7 and Brayden, 5, and enjoys family outings and simply spending time together.


Ms. Patti Haskins, a Kindergarten teacher at Trevvett Elementary, has taught 22 years.  This will be her 9th year at Trevvett.  She taught previously 12 years in Louisa County.  Patti graduated from VCU and is a huge Rams basketball fan. She also loves ice hockey.  She is married with 2 daughters and 1 son.  She lives in Montpelier with lots of animals, including a potbellied pig named Lucy and 6 chickens. In the summer she enjoys going to the beach, the pool, and the river.  She loves to go fishing.   Her favorite vacation spot is Hatteras Island, N.C.



Ms. Brandy Sharpe, is entering into her 12th year of teaching kindergarten in Henrico County! She grew up in the Varina District and attended Seven Pines Elementary, John Rolfe Middle, and Varina High School. Mrs.Sharpe graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and received her Masters in Education. She currently resides in New Kent County with her husband and two beagles. Her favorite book series include Harry Potter and Pete The Cat. Mrs.Sharpe loves to cook, travel and take walks with dogs, Jake and Elwood. She is very excited about meeting her new Trevvett Tigers this year!



Ms. Carrie Gouldman, is excited to begin her ninth year as a kindergarten teacher. She was born in Lansing, Michigan but raised in Virginia Beach. Carrie graduated from Old Dominion University and returns to Hampton Roads often to spend time with family and friends. Carrie lives in Glen Allen with her husband and their four year old son. They enjoy hiking, outside activities, attending sporting events and family time.




Ms. Lisa Grossman, has been a teacher here at Trevvett her entire career of 18 years (teaching first grade, fourth grade, and kindergarten). Mrs. Grossman’s family defines “a family that kicks together, sticks together.”  Her entire family takes martial arts – her husband is a 5th degree Master, her 8 year old is a 1st Degree Black Belt, and the 6 year old is on her way to Black Belt, and Mrs. Grossman is a 2nd degree Black Belt. She graduated from Longwood and Averett University with a B.S. and M.B.A. Her family’s favorite place to go is the public library, Libbie Mill. She loves to read, and the public library provides a variety of books, audio, magazines, DVDs, and activities for her whole family to enjoy and share together.  Every year her entire family signs up and participates in the Henrico County Public Library Summer Reading Program. In her spare time, she enjoys cookingbig meals, taking her girls on historical field trip adventures, and spending time with her family at the beach. Although Mrs. Grossman has had a few interesting occupations in her lifetime such as being an Accountant, a Triathlete, and a Karate Instructor, she believes that teaching is the most rewarding because every day teachers can make a positive difference in shaping the future of the world.

Ms. Caroline Smith has taught kindergarten, second, and third grades for a total of 31 years. She is excited to begin another year here at Trevvett! She is originally from North Carolina. Mrs. Smith and her family moved to Richmond twenty  years ago. She received her degree in Early Childhood Education from Campbell University in North Carolina. Mrs. Smith is married and has three children. All three of Mrs. Smith’s children attended Trevvett. Not only has she been a teacher her at Trevvett for the past eighteen years, but she has also been a Trevvett parent as well. Mrs. Smith feels that Trevvett will always hold a special place in her heart. In her free time, Mrs. Smith enjoys gardening, reading, and watching movies. She also enjoys spending time with her family and playing handbells at her church. Mrs. Smith enjoys teaching and watching her students grow both academically and socially each year. She looks forward to watching her future students grow and mature into life-long learners.

1st Grade

Ms. Jennifer Burnett, a first grade teacher, grew up in Hanover County. Mrs. Burnett is a VCU graduate with a B.S. in Psychology and taught preschool for many years before returning to school to pursue her dream of becoming an elementary school teacher. She completed her certification in Elementary Education from the Mary Baldwin College of Education and student taught here at Trevvett. She loves teaching first grade and has been a member of the Trevvett family for four years. Mrs. Burnett resides in Glen Allen with her husband and two children. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, decorating, reading mysteries, and playing with her pet golden retriever!


Ms. Heather Lang, a first grade teacher grew up in the DC suburbs and moved to the Richmond area to attend Randolph Macon College in Ashland, where she graduated with a BA in Psychology and Elementary Education.  She is excited to start her twenty second year teaching this school year.  Before teaching in Henrico she taught kindergarten in King William County for six years. After sixteen years teaching kindergarten Ms. Lang graduated to first grade. She lives in Chesterfield with her teenage son who will graduate from high school this year. Ms. Lang’s hobbies include scrapbooking, painting ornaments, decorating, and almost anything creative or crafty. She loves puns, word art and animals, especially owls, ladybugs, giraffes and chameleons. Ms. Lang is proud to have been a member of the Trevvett community for sixteen years and enjoys hearing of the successes of her former students.

Mrs. Nicole Nies loves teaching first grade at Trevvett Elementary. She was born and raised in Richmond, VA. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with her Masters’ in Teaching in 2014. Mrs. Nies loves traveling, cooking and spending time with her family! Her and her husband have a sweet puppy named Lucy. They love taking her outside and going on hikes. She is looking forward to this exciting year with Trevvett Tigers!




Ms. Small is so excited to join the staff at Trevvett! She was born in Michigan but has spent most of her life in Richmond, Virginia. She has one son, Benjamin, who is currently at Moody Middle School. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University. Ms. Small received her Bachelor’s Degree in Early and Elementary Education and her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education. It is her mission as a teacher to motivate, inspire, encourage and support students while providing a safe and nurturing environment for them to grow both socially and academically.  She looks forward to getting to know you and your student and to an amazing year at Trevvett!



Ms. Sharon Chung, is excited to begin her first year teaching at Trevvett! She was born in San Jose, California and grew up in Dallas, TX. Before graduating with her Biology degree, from the University of North Texas, she discovered her passion for education while tutoring and has been teaching ever since. In the past she has taught Pre-K, 4th grade, and tutored people of all ages. Her teaching philosophy centers on caring for every student. Her goals in the classroom are: model respect and empathy, nurture a love of learning, and promote questioning and problem solving skills for all her students. Ms. Chung and her fiancée moved to Richmond from Texas this past summer and are excited for new adventures on the East Coast! In her free time, Ms. Chung enjoys watching movies, playing Dungeons & Dragons, and taking her cat Oleg on walks.

2nd Grade

Mrs. Karen Walker was born and raised in Newark, Delaware. She attended North Carolina Wesleyan College and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She is certified to teach Pre-K through 6th grade. Her 18+ year career includes teaching various grade levels in North Carolina, Delaware, and Richmond City Public Schools prior to joining the Trevvett family in 2008. Since then, Mrs. Walker has enjoyed years of second graders, including teaching siblings, and getting to know the Trevvett community. Mrs. Walker lives in Henrico with her husband David, and two stepsons Ethan and Jeremy. During her personal time, she enjoys working in her home, yard and garden. Her joys and hobbies also include: exercising, reading, a great cup of coffee, feeding and watching birds, home décor, dining out, playing games (spades & scrabble), beach vacations, and spending time with family and friends.

Mr. Billy Weldon, a 2nd grade teacher, is one of the most beloved teachers at Trevvett. After attending VCU and working in Corporate America for 15 years, Mr. Weldon realized his calling for teaching. He volunteered in his son’s 2nd grade class and never felt more at home and felt that his time in the classroom was truly making a difference for some struggling students. He went back to school and received his certification in Elementary Education from The University of Richmond. After graduating, Mr. Weldon had the opportunity to be a board substitute teacher here at Trevvett in 2008. Yet again, he felt a bond with the students and staff and was fortunate enough to be offered a teaching position the next school year. This will be Mr. Weldon’s twelfth year teaching at Trevvett moving mostly between 1st and 2nd grade. In Mr. Weldon’s free time, he loves pretty much anything outside. His passions include running/exercising, landscaping, and spending time with family, friends and his dogs (LuLu and Jake).

Ms. Meaghann Fletcher, was born and raised in the Richmond area. She is a graduate of Western Governor’s University, where she earned a Bachelors in Early Childhood Education, and a M.E.D in Learning and Technology. Miss. Fletcher has taught first grade for one year, and second grade for two years! She has thoroughly enjoyed her time teaching second graders to love learning! In her free time, Miss. Fletcher enjoys exercising (workout classes), crafting, reading, going to the beach, gardening, and spending time outdoors with her sweet pup Lila.  Miss. Fletcher loves being a part of the Trevvett Tiger family!



Ms. Jaime Golden, grew up in Henrico County and attended Carver Elementary, Byrd Middle (now Quioccasin Middle), and Godwin High School. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University and graduated with a B.S. in Psychology (’03) and a Master’s in Teaching (’05). Mrs. Golden began her teaching career in 2006 and has taught kindergarten, second, and fifth grade! Teaching multiple grade levels over the years at Trevvett has given Mrs. Golden a unique opportunity to teach many students multiple times, which she cherishes very much! Trevvett is a very integral part of Ms. Golden’s life…it’s where her career began, where she met her husband, and now she is also a proud Trevvett parent! When Ms. Golden isn’t teaching, you can find her spending time with her family, loving on her cats, traveling near and far, dreaming of all things Disney, getting lost in books, and crafting up a storm. She is looking forward to starting another year at Trevvett, which she considers her home away from home!

3rd Grade

Ms. Jocelyn Hufnell has been a Trevvett Tiger for four years, but began teaching elementary school 21 years ago.  She is a graduate of James Madison University and Hollins University.  During her career she has taught second, third and fourth grades.  Ms. Hufnell is the proud parent of three amazing daughters, and two guinea pig sisters Bean and Chubbs.  In her spare time Ms. Hufnell enjoys gardening, cooking, reading and going for bike rides.




Ms. Emily L’Heureux, pronounced (pronounced la rur), is excited to continue teaching at Trevvett Elementary School. She loves incorporating music and songs into her instruction to keep students engaged and help them remember concepts. She taught third grade for three years in Newport News. She also taught technology in Staunton for two years. Ms. L’Heureux graduated from Mary Baldwin University with a major in history and minor in elementary education. She and her son love to travel and go on adventures.



Ms. Ashley Peayis thrilled to be a third grade teacher at Trevvett Elementary! She grew up right here in Henrico and loves the area! After spending a lot of time with her younger siblings, she realized her love of teaching. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond and graduated with her Master’s Degree in Teaching. Go Rams! She is extremely excited to continue her passion of teaching. Mrs. Peay loves spending time with friends and family, gardening, and playing outside with her big dogs, Dice and Harley. She loves to read mystery books and paint on canvas in her spare time.



Ms. Shenika Robinson lives by the credo that true teachers are born. As early as first grade, she knew that her fate was to become a teacher. Shenika is the definition of a lifelong learner, with an instinctive curiosity that constantly leads to seeking new information and discovering how things work (including the most obscure and random ideas she finds interesting).
Ms. Robinson hails from Goldsboro, North Carolina. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies, with a concentration in Early Childhood Education and minor in Communication Studies, from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. During the course of her time spent at the Curry School of Education, she learned the power of teamwork, in conjunction with accepting and acknowledging differences, while gaining a solid educational foundation that would drive her as an instructor. She has also done                                                       additional graduate work in Counseling Education at Virginia State University. She has                                                                   effectively taught Preschool in Guilford County, NC and Highland/Augusta County, VA,                                                                  Kindergarten in a multiple intelligences magnet school, in Guilford County Public Schools and                                                        finally, Second and Third grades in Henrico County, VA. She’s often asked the grade level she                                                      prefers and after 16 years of teaching she always retorts, “I could never choose.” Each                                                                  experience has shaped her instruction and guaranteed her professional and personal growth.                                                       Shenika’s not limited to education; she also has a passion for all things beautiful, expressed                                                           through graphic arts, event planning and her keen, expressive personal style. She can be found                                                   conveying her talents, knowledge and clever sense of humor on her natural hair YouTube,                                                             where she has approximately 2,000 followers with more than 70,000 views on single videos.

4th Grade

Ms. Sarah Catlett, a 4th grade teacher, grew up in the Tuckahoe District and attended Skipwith Elementary, Tuckahoe/Short Pump Middle, and Tucker High School. She currently resides in Glen Allen, VA with her three sons, Taylor 15, Jackson 12 and Bryson, soon to be 1. Ms. Catlett recently graduated from Averett University with her Masters in Leadership and Supervision and Bridgewater College where she played softball for four years. She is always very busy with her children’s sports. Her kids love playing baseball, basketball, and football. Ms. Catlett loves watching Chopped and Law and Order: SVU in her very little free time. On the weekends, you can often find her at the baseball or football field. She is very excited to be entering her 5th year at Trevvett ES and can’t wait to meet her new students. GO TIGERS!!!


Ms. Julissa Diaz, is excited to begin her 5th year teaching at Trevvett Elementary! Go Tigers! Before this year, Miss Diaz worked as a 1st and 3rd grade teacher in Richmond City Public Schools. Originally, Miss Diaz was born and raised in Arlington, VA but moved to Richmond because she attended Virginia Commonwealth University for her bachelors and Masters in Teaching. Besides teaching, Miss Diaz spends enjoys reading, exercising, cooking, being around family and friends. and cuddling with her black lab Buck!



Ms. Olivia Aiken is thrilled to join the Trevvett team! Ms. Aiken is a third generation teacher who grew up in Virginia Beach and has always had a passion for working with a diverse population of students. Ms Aiken attended Radford University and got her degree in Elementary Education and has taught in many different school districts in Virginia. This will be her third year teaching in Henrico county. She has finally found her home in Richmond, alongside her fiance and their two cats.  Aside from teaching, Ms. Aiken also loves video games, Harry Potter, and trying new foods.



Ms. Ellen Harris is starting her 8th year of teaching, and it is her second year at Trevvett Elementary in the Gifted Zone Center. She moved to Richmond last year from Atlanta and is so happy to call Virginia home now. She attended Georgia Southern University near Savannah and spent the first four years of her career there teaching fourth grade. Then she relocated back to Atlanta and continued to teach fourth grade for two years before moving to Richmond. During that time she graduated with her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education with an ESOL endorsement and her Gifted Endorsement. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, photography, and spending time with her twin nieces, Abigail and Audrey, and nephew, Blake. She is looking forward to an another awesome year!

5th Grade

Ms. Christina Brown Throughout her life, Ms. Brown has had the privilege of exploring various parts of the world because of her father’s career in the military. The time spent traveling gave Ms. Brown a passion for exploring cultures and diversity that she loves to bring into her classroom. Ms. Brown searches for and welcomes opportunities to grow as a person and a teacher. Ms. Brown is particularly interested in student engagement and a positive classroom environment. She earned her undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies with a minor in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts in Teaching from James Madison University. She is a proud JMU alumni! In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, reading, yoga, and spending time with friends and family. Ms. Brown is thrilled to continue her third year of teaching at Trevvett!

Ms. Janea Reed is enjoying being a part of the Trevvett family! She grew up in Hanover County. She attended James Madison University, where she earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. While in graduate school, Mrs. Reed studied abroad in Seoul, South Korea. There she completed a practicum experience in conjunction with Ewha Women’s College, and taught English in two local elementary schools. After completing her masters, Mrs. Reed went on to teach for six years in Richmond Public Schools, teaching 1st, 2nd , 3rd and 4th grade. Most recently, Mrs. Reed completed her administration and supervision certification from the University of Virginia. Mrs. Reed loves teaching and believes that an education should empower a child, to help them reach their goals and dreams.  For fun, Mrs. Reed enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies and baking!

Ms. Caitlin Poland  is all ready for her 2nd year a Trevvett Tiger! Ms. Poland will be in her 14th year of teaching and 8thyear teaching in the field of Gifted Education. She attended Radford University for undergrad and is currently working towards a masters at U of R. Ms. Poland’s favorite subject is science and she loves creating hands-on real life math activities for her students. When she is not in the classroom, Ms. Poland can be found playing with her little dog Hazel, venturing out to awesome restaurants and cruising farmers markets with a cup of coffee! Let’s go Tigers!



Ms. Yael Fletcher, is thrilled to be in her second year at Maude Trevvett Elementary School!  Before coming to Trevvett, she taught at the MathScience Innovation Center.  Mrs. Fletcher grew up in an Army family and got to live all over the United States and abroad.  She got her B.S. from The George Washington University in Washington, DC and is finishing her M.Ed. at the University of Richmond with an endorsement in gifted education.  When she is not at school, she loves spending time with her husband and little dog named Buttons.  In the summer, she loves going to the beach and enjoying the warm sunshine.  Her favorite things are riddles and puzzles, and she really loves the ones in challenging escape rooms.

Exceptional Education 

Ms. Erin Rawls graduated from Longwood College with a Bachelors in Psychology and minor in Spanish in 2001. After working as a foster care social worker for Hopewell DSS and as an Early Intervention Service Coordinator at Children’s Hospital, Ms.Rawls went through the alternative teacher licensure program and became a special education teacher for children birth to 5 years of age. This will be her 15th year of teaching preschool for children with special needs and truly cannot think of any other career she would rather have. In addition to being a dogsitter in her spare time, she enjoys reading, swimming, doting on her two rescue dogs, Patches and Abby, and planning her trip to the Middle East for Spring 2020.


Ms. Stefanie Maruszewski, a special education teacher, she has taught at Trevvett for 13 years.  She has had the pleasure of teaching and working with many different grade levels and those teaching experiences have proven very valuable.  Prior to teaching in Henrico County Public Schools, she taught in Powhatan County Public Schools.   She grew up in Oakton, Virginia in Fairfax Va.  Ms. Maruszewski graduated from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, go Jackets!  She moved to Richmond after working in Fairfax County Public Schools.  She is a shopaholic!  Ms. Maruszewski is a huge sports fan, she especially LOVES the Pittsburgh Steelers.     Ms. M’s most favorite thing is being with her family and friends.  –Go Trevvett Tigers!


Ms. Katie Duffy is excited to be part of the Trevvett Tigers! She was born and bred in Virginia, earned her undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech, and earned her Master’s in Teaching at the University of Virginia. She has taught for three years in Fairfax County Public Schools and is thrilled to join Henrico County Public Schools! She loves teaching and inspiring students be to lifelong learners. When not teaching or cheering on the Hokies or Capitals, Mrs. Duffy enjoys traveling, exploring the outdoors, and spending time with her friends and family.



Ms. Kerry McGheeInstructional Assistant, grew up in Henrico County and attended Holladay Elementary, Moody Middle and graduated from Hermitage High School. She received her B. A. in Psychology and Elementary Education from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland. She enjoyed teaching a four year old class at a private preschool for 15 years. In 2013, she decided new challenges were in order and became a substitute teacher for Trevvett. This led to a position as a Reading and Math Interventionist, working with small groups in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. Mrs. McGhee is married to her high school sweetheart, Chip. They have two daughters, Broocke, who is in college to become a veterinarian and Ericka, who is in 7th grade at Brookland Middle School. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends at the beach, reading and being creative. Mrs. McGhee truly enjoys being a part of the Trevvett                                                         family and loves being a positive role model for the students. 

Ms. Bernice Jones, Instructional Assistant, has been at Trevvett for the past 24 years (2 part-time , 22 full time).  Mrs. Jones graduated from Longwood College in 1981.  She lives in Goochland and has been married to Jerry for the past 36 years.  Her 2 wonderful children are married and she has 3 beautiful grandchildren; Scarlett, Savannah and Nathan and # 4 due the end of May.  Mrs. Jones loves spending time with family and loves to go antiquing.  She loves working with children and believes:  Every day is a good day.



Ms. Haley White is Trevvett’s new Speech Language Pathologist! She is from Mechanicsville, VA and currently lives in the city of Richmond with her precious dog, Jefferson. Her alma mater is the University of Virginia, where she received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Education, making her a double ‘hoo! In my spare time she enjoys running, baking, reading, and spending time with wonderful family and friends. She is so excited to become a Trevvett Tiger!




Ms. Jacquelyn Price is looking forward to joining the Special Education team at Trevvett Elementary School. Jacquelyn spent her elementary years living in the frozen north (New York) before finding her true home state in Virginia.  She attended Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Business Administration and proceeded to work in corporate America for over a decade. A mother to four wonderful daughters, she is very cognizant of how quickly they grow up and tries to make the most of the her time with them. As a girl scout leader for more than 11 years and an avid animal rescuer, her house is always filled with children with both two and four legs. Ms. Price received her Masters of Teaching with a concentration in Special Education from Liberty University. She began working in Henrico County during the 2017-18 school year and excited to continue to help the students learn and grow. Ms. Price is currently pursuing her Ed.S. in Educational Leadership from Liberty University and thinks that her desire to be a lifelong learner will motivate her students to do the same. Her favorite quote is: “It shouldn’t matter how slowly a child learns, as long as we are encouraging them not to stop.”


Mrs. Henderson was Born in Charlottesville Va, moved to Richmond VA 32 years ago. She has been married for 30 years and has a 28 year old daughter. Mrs. Henderson absolutely loves children. She also owned and operated a in-home state regulated child care (Little Friends Childcare) for 21 years while completing my Associates of Applied Science with major in Early Childhood Development (Magna cum laude) from J Sargeant Reynolds and received Autism Spectrum Disorder certificate from James Madison University! Some of her hobbies include camping, cooking, decorating & partying with family & friends!

Yes,Mrs. Henderson loves her job!!

Resource Team 

Mrs. Dominique Cline is Trevvett’s School Librarian.She earned her Master’s in Library and Information Studies with School Library Licensure from UNCG’s online program.  Going back to school and earning her Master’s degree has been one her greatest accomplishments!  Mrs. Cline will be starting her 2nd year as a School Librarian at Trevvett this fall.  She LOVES working with her assistant Mrs. G and cannot imagine working with a better person in the library!  She has worked as a Library Assistant and Substitute Librarian at both Quioccasin Middle School and Hermitage High School.  She was born and raised in Albany, NY which is where most of  her family resides.  She relocated to Henrico 6 years ago with her husband Bryan and her two daughters, Chloe and Phoebe.   Some of her favorite things to do include reading and going to the library of course! She loves spending summers in New York with her family, watching Disney movies and going to Disney World. She also loves going to the beaches on Cape Cod or the Outer Banks! Go Tigers!

Ms. Lourdes Gordillo, A.K.A Mrs. G, is from Peru. There she studied Business Administration. Her husband is also Peruvian, but they met here in the United States (Florida). They got married and had two daughters, Carolina and Michelle. She studied to be an educator in Florida. She has always loved to work with children.She feels that every day is special with kids and that it is an amazing feeling when a child comes up to her and says, “Hey Mrs. G, Look what I can do!” and “I get it now!” She has faith and that they can accomplish anything they try to do. She believes that they just need encouragement to not give up. She tries her absolute best and enjoys letting them know that they can do it and not to give up. Overall she loves being a teacher and everything that comes with it.


Mr. Brandtin Holscher, Health & Physical Education, will be serving in his seventh year teaching in the wonderful state of Virginia.  He is very excited to begin his second year here at Trevvett Elementary!!!!

Mr. Holscher is from the small rural town of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, which is quite close to the historical Gettysburg Battlefield.  He has two wonderful parents and two amazing siblings (Jeremy and Hannah).  Growing up he was always active as he played soccer, football, baseball, wrestling, and ice hockey.  After years of trying out different sports, Mr. Holscher found that ice hockey was his number one passion.  He played travel hockey for the Hagerstown Bulldogs and High School Division 1 Prep at Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School. He continued playing hockey at the collegiate level for the West Virginia University Mountaineers Division I and Division II programs. During his time at WVU, Mr. Holscher studied elementary education with a concentration in general sciences.  He graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2013 where he earned his Masters Degree in Elementary Education.  Following graduation he moved to Sterling, (and later Reston) Virginia, where he taught 3rdGrade for four years at Sterling Elementary.  After earning his certification in Health and Physical Education in the Spring of 2017, Mr. Holscher made the move out of the classroom and into the gymnasium.  In May of 2018 Mr. Holscher proposed to his now wife before venturing down to the Richmond area in hopes of finding a comfortable place to settle down and start their newest journey together. Mr. Holscher loves listening to country music, 80’s metal/rock/glam rock, anything 90’s, and everything in between.  His interests outside of school include hiking, fishing, power lifting, running, reading mystery novels, and spending time with his family and friends.  Although Mr. Holscher is a physical education teacher, he still manages to support his students in all areas of education (given his classroom background) by providing as many cross-curricular experiences as possible.

Ms. Latisha Robertson, our ESL teacher, loves being a part of the talented and dedicated resource team at Trevvett Elementary. Mrs. Robertson’s classroom learning environment promotes fun, growth, and a sense of family. She was inspired by her 12th grade English teacher, Ms. Copeland to pursue teaching and implement the same intimate atmosphere in her classroom. Her students know they are important, and her goal is to make sure ALL students feel loved around her. Building positive relationships with students, parents, and staff has always been significant to her. You can always find Mrs. Robertson around the building giving out lots of hugs and smiles! 😊 Mrs. Robertson is a graduate of Old Dominion University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. She was a classroom teach for 8 years. She has taught 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade in Petersburg and Henrico County. In 2017, she received her endorsement for English as a Second Language and joined the Trevvett. Mrs. Robertson was born in Portsmouth, Virginia and grew up in a military family. She has lived in Texas, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Kansas. Currently, she lives in Chesterfield County with her husband, Ray and their two children, Rayshaun and Makenzi. She enjoys traveling, watching romantic comedies, reading, and spending quality time with her family. She is a HUGE Washington Redskins fan; however, nothing compares to the love she has for her favorite athlete-Rayshaun!

Mr. Nathan Heatley, We are very happy about some exciting new adventures in Trevvett’s ART room this year. We will be enjoying some new programs, clubs, and festivals and showcasing of student art work throughout the year. First off we are excited about upcoming glass displays that will be installed later on this year which will allow us to safely showcase our student 3D art work.  Starting this year we will be creating an art club that will extend the creative experiences of our wonderful young artists here at Trevvett. In addition we will be having an arts festival during a PTA night to allow parents and family to recognize their child’s work in a fun, social way that brings community together in support of the art program. The young artists at Trevvett will be exploring many fun multicultural, historical, tactile art projects though the school year. Some of these projects will be African masks from the culture of Dan, Native American dream catchers of the Sioux nation, various headdresses from many different cultures, Mexican folk art, Aboriginal painting, Greek and Roman regalia, ceramics and architecture, and many hands on 3D sculptural projects.

Many of the artists at Trevvett had art work that was picked and selected to go to many shows last year like the Black History Month, Suntrust show, Central Office show, School Board show, Youth Art Month Show, Lewis Ginter show, VCU show, and the countywide Arts Festival at Hermitage High school. These same opportunities will be here this year and we are excited to see what creative works will appear in them. We are so excited to get this school year started and spread our creative wings. We hope to see many families during our shows and festivals. Please come on out and support your children and our wonderful students when you can at these events. It will mean a lot to the students.

Mr. Will Pattiewas born in Richmond, VA and raised in Arlington, VA. He is a music educator, conductor and instrumental performer with a wide spectrum of musical interests and experience. After graduating with honors in Music Education from VCU, he traveled to Cairo, Egypt where he taught high school band and guitar and conducted community orchestras for two years. He returned to the U.S. to pursue graduate conducting studies at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. While earning his Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting, he was awarded instrumental music scholarships and conducted performances with The CUA Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble including a fully-staged performance of Mozart’s Opera, The Magic Flute. During his time in the DC area he conducted the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra of Annapolis, MD and was the Orchestra Director for a  KIPP DC Charter School for four years. He fell in love with elementary music education after working in his first elementary school in Arlington, VA where he also spoke on behalf of the Arlington County Superintendent to incoming staff on best practices on establishing safe, strong socially and emotionally responsive and resilient classroom communities. Since moving to Richmond, VA in 2017, he has served as K-5 Music Teacher at An Achievable Dream Certified Academy at Highland Springs Elementary school in Henrico, VA, become a recognized music educator featured on Henrico Public Schools’ televised Today’s Classroom, performed as a trombonist with several community ensembles including the Richmond Philharmonic, and                  appointed Conductor of The VCU Health Orchestra, an orchestra made up of doctors, nurses and hospital staff based out of the VCU Health System dedicated to performing in and around the hospital community. Most recently he has conducted performances with Classical Revolution RVA alongside members of the Richmond and Virginia Symphonies. He has taught professionally from levels PreK-12th grade and in all disciplines including general music, choral, beginning to advanced band and string performance, and guitar. His professional educational interests focus on music literacy, classroom management, and instrumental applications. He performs professionally on trombone, guitar, keyboards, and as a conductor. He is excited to be    a  member of the Trevvett team and family and looks forward to developing strong musical and community foundations with all students, families, and staff. When he is not performing or teaching, he enjoys spending time with his vivacious 4-year old daughter, inspiring wife, Andrea,and international cuisine.


Ms. Cindy Osborne an Interventionist, is a native Henricoan.  She attended Johnson, Brookland and Hermitage before getting her degree in special education from the University of Virginia.  She taught at Highland Springs and Henrico High Schools before taking a sharp left turn and beginning an IT career at SunTrust Bank, where she worked for 32 years.  Her three daughters went to Godwin High School and are all proud Hokie graduates.  In her spare time, Cindy loves to read, sew, travel and spend time with her two granddaughters.  Her husband, Bruce, attended Trevvett as a child, and Cindy is very excited to be reviving her teaching career again with the Tigers!

Ms. Debbie Prillaman, an Interventionist, is excited to return to Trevvett for her tenth year.  She graduated from Averett University with a BS degree in Early Childhood Education.  Debbie has taught kindergarten, preschool, SOL remediation, and reading and math intervention, as well as serving as the director of a preschool. Debbie and her high school sweetheart, Sam, have been married for 41 years.  They have two adult children and a granddaughter. Debbie enjoys time with family, as well as, reading, sewing, and baking.


Mr. Zachary Tuckwiller, our Technology Support Technician III, was born and raised in the Varina area of Henrico County. He graduated from Varina High School in 1997, and has been a Technology Support Technician for Henrico County Public Schools since July of 2000. He currently lives in Highland Springs, and enjoys vegetable gardening and helping others however he can.

Cafeteria Staff

Ms. Roane, Manager

Ms. Kidd

Ms. Aziz

Ms. Banks

Ms. Randolph

Mrs. Elbertanna Mallory was apart of the Retirement Class of 2019 in Chesterfield County where she proudly made a difference as an Instructional Assistant for 16 years.  She is proud of her 26 years of total service as an Educator.  Mrs. Mallory is excited to join the Maude Trevvett family.  In her free time she enjoys family and church activities as well as shopping, making wreaths and eating out.  She especially cherishes time spent with her husband of 34 years, two sons, and grandson.


Jasen Cooper, Behavior Support Facilitator

Lamonte Theus, Restorative Behavior Technician

Custodial Staff

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