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Ann Monday, Interim Superintendent

In April 2017, Dr. Peter Noonan announced his leave for Falls Church City Public Schools effective in May.

The City of Fairfax School Board welcomed Ms. Ann Monday, former superintendent of the City of Fairfax Schools as Interim Superintendent. Ms. Monday was a principal at Robinson Secondary School, a cluster superintendent and assistant superintendent for Instructional Services at Fairfax County Public Schools. From 2007-2012, Ms. Monday was the Superintendent of Schools for the City of Fairfax. After her retirement, Ms. Monday was a consultant with Hazard, Young and Attea, a national search firm specializing in education.

In addition to her work as interim superintendent, Ms. Monday will lead the search for the superintendent position.

Dr. Phyllis Pajardo, Assistant Superintendent

Dr. Phyllis Pajardo joined the City of Fairfax Schools as Assistant Superintendent in August 2015 after retiring from Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS).

Dr. Pajardo began as an elementary classroom teacher in 1981 and held a number of leadership positions throughout FCPS during her 34 year career. Dr. Pajardo became a consulting teacher, assistant principal, principal, staff developer, project manager, cluster director, and cluster assistant superintendent.

As a cluster director, she assisted with the oversight of 30 schools in the Westfield, Oakton, and South Lakes pyramids. She was later promoted to a cluster assistant superintendent where she was responsible for the instructional, management and administrative oversight of 27 schools in the Marshall, Madison, and Falls Church pyramids.

From 2011-2015, Dr. Pajardo was the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources for FCPS where she was responsible for recruiting, hiring and developing a diverse workforce for the district.

Dr. Pajardo earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Virginia (U.Va.) and her master’s in education from George Mason University (GMU). She completed her doctorate in education from U.Va. in 2009. She completed the executive leadership program for educators through the Curry School of Education and the Darden School of Business at U.Va.  She serves as an adjunct faculty member in leadership preparation/development for GMU, UVA, and Virginia Tech as well as ASCD and  has given presentations at national, state, and local conferences.

Susan Wiczalkowski, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Clerk to the School Board

Susan Wiczalkowski is the Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Clerk to FXSchoolStaff_Wiczalkowskithe School Board for the City of Fairfax.

A native of Northern Virginia, Susan graduated advanced studies from Prince William County Schools. She received her Associates in Applied Sciences from Northern Virginia Community College.

Susan began her career with the City of Fairfax in 1993 serving as the Administrative Assistant to the Fire Chief in the City’s Fire Department. She received Outstanding Performance Recognition on two separate occasions and also received the Fire Department’s Employee of the Year. In 2008, she was promoted to an Accounting Specialist in the City’s Finance Department.  Susan was thrilled to join the City of Fairfax Schools team in 2010.

 

Carrie Dorsey, Communications Specialist

Carrie Dorsey is the Communications Specialist for the City of Fairfax Schools. FXSchoolStaff_Dorsey

After graduating from the University of California at Davis and earning her teaching credential from Sacramento State, Carrie began her career as a middle school history teacher in the Bay Area in California. After five years of teaching, Carrie joined a technology startup company in San Francisco and remained in tech marketing and public relations for the next ten years.

In 2004, Carrie and her husband moved to Northern Virginia and now have two children in the Fairfax County Public School system.  Carrie is thrilled to combine both her previous careers in communications and education to work for the City of Fairfax Schools.

 

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