My name is Jodi Day. I started my educational career at Ball State University in Muncie, IN. At Ball State I studied courses in Health and Physical Education for Secondary Education. I completed a Bachelor's Degree and then completed my teaching license at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.
After completing my license, I was immediately hired at Harrison HS in West Lafayette, IN where I taught Dance and Physical Education for grades 9-12. After 2 years of teaching High School students, I wanted to teach middle school students. I was fortunate enough to receive an opportunity to teach Health and Physical Education at Klondike Middle School. I stayed at Klondike for 3 years. During this time, I also taught at Purdue University. I taught Elementary Education Majors methods in Health and Physical Education. I also served on the State Standards Writing Committee for Health Education.
During my final year at Klondike Middle School, I was encouraged to get my Master's Degree in Education and Building Administration. I completed this degree through Oakland City University in Oakland City, IN. In 2003 I took a position with Wainwright Middle School in Lafayette, IN as a Health and Physical Education Teacher and served as the Athletic Director. In 2006 I was promoted to Assistant Principal at McCutcheon High School where I stayed until we moved out to Virginia in 2009.
I started my career in Loudoun County Public Schools at Monroe Technology Center. As the Placement Coordinator, I was part of an Administrative Team that selected students to attend Monroe in Career and Technical classes.
In March of 2011 I was hired at Stone Hill Middle School as the Assistant Principal. At that time I took on the role as the Testing Coordinator and supervised 6th and 7th grade instructional practices.
In 2013 I was selected as the Principal of Stone Hill Middle School. I continue to strive for excellence in educational teaching strategies and help teachers provide the very best learning opportunities for all students.