Mrs. Gwenn Valentine is honored to be a member of the charter staff of Steuart Weller Elementary. She brings with her to the kindergarten experience an enthusiasm for early learning and a love for the developing minds of little children! She feels that it is a great privilege to play a key role in the lives of her students in these first critical years of their educational journey.
Mrs. Valentine holds a BS degree in Business Administration from Fairmont State University and a Master’s in Early Childhood Education from George Mason University. Previously, she taught kindergarten at Cool Spring Elementary in Leesburg and Potomack Elementary in Sterling.
Mrs. Valentine prides herself in being a career changer from the fast-paced corporate world of telecommunications where she worked as a quality assurance specialist, receivables management trainer, and later, as a customer service supervisor.
Mrs. Valentine can be found in Room 1 at Steuart Weller. She invites you to stop in after school and introduce yourself!
Mrs. Gheen is delighted to be teaching at Steuart Weller Elementary! She looks forward to getting to know all of the students and is thrilled to have such a wonderful community of parents and staff! Previous to that, she taught kindergarten at Evergreen Mill Elementary in Leesburg, Virginia. Mrs. Gheen has a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Development from West Virginia University and a Master’s Degree in Education from Marymount University. She looks forward to an exciting year teaching kindergarten!
Mrs. Rody is excited to be teaching first grade at Steuart Weller. She earned a degree in Elementary Education from Florida State University. Mrs. Rody is very passionate about teaching and loves her job. This is her 9th year in Loudoun County and has taught kindergarten and 1st grade. Previously to teaching in Virginia, she taught kindergarten in Florida. In her free time, Mrs, Rody enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband and three children, as well as exercising, going out to eat, and shopping. She is looking forward to a wonderful school year