Ms. Cordo Recognized as the FCPS 2022 Non-Region Outstanding School-Based Leader

Ms. Richards, Ms. Lyon, and Ms. Pierre Also Recognized at FCPS Honors!

By Department of Human Resources
June 08, 2022

alison cordoCongratulations to assistant administrator Alison Cordo who was recognized as the FCPS 2022 Non-Region Outstanding School-Based Leader and one of the six finalists for the FCPS Outstanding School-Based Operational Employee at this year's FCPS Honors event, held at George Mason University Center for the Arts on June 8th.

Alison truly embodies the mantra that “all students are capable of success, no exceptions.” Alison is passionate about creating equitable opportunities for success for all students while serving in various leadership roles within the Interagency Alternative Schools in Fairfax County. Alison is a humble and authentic leader who is driven by her passion to redefine “what’s possible.” By creating and valuing a relationship with every student, teacher, and school community member, she continues to co-create ways for students to thrive throughout their high school experience and beyond. As a teacher, assessment coach, department chair, mentor, and assistant administrator, Alison creates a sense of trust and approachability making her an ideal educational leader for sustainable positive change.

Congratulations to the following Interagency staff members who were also recognized at this year's FCPS Honors Ceremony!

Non-Region Outstanding School-Based Operational Employee and Outstanding Operational Employee Finalist

  • Linda Richards, Student Information Assistant

Outstanding School-Based Professional Employee School-Level Recipient

  • Deanne Lyon, Curriculum Resource Teacher

Outstanding Secondary Teacher School-level Recipient

  • Kelcy Pierre, Alternative School Teacher

Thank you to Dave Penland for all of their hard work with the nomination process by serving as this year's awards liaison.