Falmouth Elementary Names New Assistant Principal
Meaghan Sekinger has been appointed the new assistant principal of Falmouth Elementary School. Sekinger has been with Stafford County Schools since 2005 as a special education teacher, most recently serving as an educational diagnostician at Stafford Elementary School.
A graduate of Wheelock College in Boston, Sekinger then earned a master’s of science degree in human development and early childhood education from Southern Connecticut State University and a certificate in educational leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.
The Stafford County School Board approved the appointment at a recent meeting.
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