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Meet Your Administration Team

4 months ago

By Alyssa R. Moore

Jennifer Proctor


I live in Quicksburg with my husband, Scott and two children Justus and Lilly. I have lived in Shenandoah County most of my life, I moved here in 7th grade from Florida.  I went to Stonewall Jackson High School.  After high school I went to EMU for my bachelor's degree, UVA for my Reading Specialist degree and JMU for my Administration degree. I have taught PK - high school.  I love being principal at WWR.  The best part of the day is when I get to see the kids and spend time with them in their classrooms.

Diane McLean      Asst. Principal - Kindergarten & 1st grades

I was born and raised in South Williamsport, PA; Home of the Little League.  I've taught in North Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, and Oregon before moving to Virginia. I was the Special Education Coordinator for SCPS from 2013-2016 at which time I left to gain more experience in building level administration and became the Principal of a Private Day School.  When the opportunity to return to SCPS as the Assistant Principal of WWRES became available, I jumped on it! I currently live in Broadway with my husband and our beautiful Husky, Sadie. I love the outdoors, animals, and cooking with my husband.  The best part about being at WWRES is walking down the hall and getting hugs and high fives from the students!

Monica Hinegardener

        Asst. Principal - 2nd & 3rd grades

Mrs. Hinegardner is married to a wonderful husband named Daniel who is a deputy in Page County. Together they raise two children: seven-year-old Grayson and five-year-old Evelyn. Mrs. Hinegardner lives with her family in Luray and loves her commute over Fort Valley to WWR. She has a Master's in Education with a concentration in Early Childhood Education and an endorsement in School Leadership. After nine years as a teacher and instructional coach, Mrs. Hinegardner decided to go into administration. She believes one must be the change she wishes to see in the world. She can’t think of any better way to do that than to build up the teachers and the youth that hold the future in their hands. She only looks forward to where this journey at WWR will take her, and she looks forward to taking it with you!


Frutoso Ortiz

     Asst. Principal - 4th & 5th grades