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Stovall, Cook Named Assistant Principals

The Roanoke County School Board has named Peggy Stovall as the new assistant principal at Herman L. Horn Elementary School.  Stovall began her teaching career in Roanoke County at Herman L. Horn Elementary School in 1980.  She taught at Herman L. Horn until 1987 when she moved to R.E. Cook School, returning to Herman L. Horn in 1989, where she has been teaching fourth-grade social studies ever since. Stovall holds a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational leadership, both from Radford University.

Marcee Cook has also been named as the new assistant principal at Green Valley Elementary.  Cook first began teaching in Roanoke City in 1998 before joining Roanoke County Schools in 1999 as a health/PE teacher at Hidden Valley Middle School.  In 2000, Cook became the health/PE teacher at William Byrd High School.

Cook holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Roanoke College and a master’s degree in education, administration and supervision from the University of Phoenix.

“Peggy and Marcee will be great additions to Herman L. Horn and Green Valley,” said Roanoke County Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Lorraine Lange.  “They both bring a wealth of experience to their new positions and I look forward to working with them,” Lange said.

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