Mrs. Hendrick graduated from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, then went on to earn both her master's degree in educational research as well as her master's degree in educational leadership from George Mason University. She has been living in the Edison region since 1992 where she most recently was the principal at Woodlawn Elementary before joining Rose Hill. She loves spending time with her husband, John, her dog, Petunia, and her children, Megan and Rodney. Mrs. Hendrick can be found traveling to the University of Massachusettes to see her daughter play basketball, or at Edison watching her son coach.
Ms. Edwards is a NOVA transplant from the central Midwest area. While in the Midwest, she earned her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education with Reading and Science endorsements from the University of Dubuque, her English as a New Language endorsement from Wichita State University, and her Masters Degree in Administrative Leadership from Indiana University. Ms. Edwards has worked in the public, private, and non-profit sectors of education and has traveled throughout the United States, as well as Guam, helping turnaround schools. Throughout her 20+ years in education, Ms. Edwards has won several awards including the Good Apple Teaching Award, Teacher of the Year, Virginia ASCD Impact Award, and most recently, the Outstanding Leader Award. Now that she’s not traveling as much, Ms. Edwards enjoys baking and doing crafty projects.
Mrs. Swanson is a New Orleans native who has been in FCPS for over 25 years. She is a graduate of West Springfield HS. She earned a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University, a master’s degree from Marymount University and an Educational Leadership certification through University of Virginia. When she isn’t at Rose Hill, you can find her and her husband, Curtis, on a softball or baseball field cheering on their daughter, Mackenzie, or their son, Keith.