Cameron Snyder attended the University of Mary Washington where she earned a Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Masters in Elementary Education. She later earned a Masters in Educational Leadership from George Mason University. Ms. Snyder began her career as a classroom teacher in Arlington Public Schools, working with both 2nd and 4th grades. Ms. Snyder joined the Patrick Henry administrative team in 2014 and served as the Assistant Principal for four years. Ms. Snyder is thrilled to be the Interim Principal at Patrick Henry! She is passionate about supporting the whole child and looks forward to her continued work with the Henry staff, students and families.
Elizabeth Walsh has been with APS since 2012. She has served as a special education coordinator, instructional lead coordinator for special education curriculum and practice, and most recently served as an instructional specialist in the Department of Teaching and Learning, leading the instructional intervention work in schools. Ms. Walsh is widely known among her colleagues and families for her compassion, instructional knowledge, and communication/collaboration skills. She holds degrees in Human Development, Special Education, and Education Leadership from Cornell, Vanderbilt and George Mason University and is a graduate of Arlington Public Schools. She is excited to continue on as the assistant principal at Patrick Henry for the 2018-2019 school year.