Linda McLaughlin attended and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1988. She holds a B.A. in French, and soon followed that with a teaching certificate from UNC- Greensboro. She began teaching French, Spanish and German in a middle school program in NC, but then moved on to teach French and
Kathy Reamy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Slippery Rock University (Slippery Rock, PA) and her Master of Science in Counseling Psychology degree from Chatham University (Pittsburgh, PA). Prior to moving to Charles County, she worked in the community counseling setting in Pennsylvania. She has been employed as a School Counselor with Charles
♦ EACC Executive Board Secretary ♦ EACC Membership Committee Member ♦ MSEA Human and Civil Rights Committee Member ♦ MSEA State Delegate ♦ NEA Member ♦ CCBOE 8th Grade E/LA Teacher Mattawoman Middle School ♦ Certified Literacy Coach ♦ NCTE- National Council Teachers of English Member ♦ IRA- International Reading Association Member ♦ ASCD- Association
Leslie Schroeck has a B.S. in Secondary Education – Mathematics from Slippery Rock University and a M.Ed. in Guidance and Counseling from Bowie State University. She began her teaching career in Charles County in 1990 and worked as a math teacher at Benjamin Stoddert and Mattawoman Middle Schools before becoming a school counselor at La
Charlene is an active retired member of the EACC and serves on the board.
Cheryl Ervin attended and graduated from Delaware State University in Dover, Delaware in 1976. She holds a B.S. in Elementary Education. She began her teaching career in East Orange, N.J. in 1976. She moved to Maryland in 1977 and has taught for 38 years in Charles County. She received her M.Ed /Reading Specialist from Bowie State University in 2008. In
Veronica Golden graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2006 and began teaching art at McDonough High School, in 2008 Veronica began teaching art at Gale-Bailey Elementary. Veronica serves on the EACC Executive Board and is the Chair for the EACC Government Relations Committee.
Traci Davis earned her undergraduate degree in Elementary/Early Childhood with a Concentration in Microcomputers from Edinboro University of PA In the Fall of 1998, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Education. She earned a Masters in Education with a Specialization in Early Childhood from Capella University in March of 2011. Her Education career
Mary Finneran is the Vice Principal at Mary B. Neal Elementary School.