• Hello, Ball's Bluff Tigers,


    As I begin my 14th year as an assistant principal at Ball's Bluff, I have a diverse cultural background. I was born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Virgin Islands of the United States. I am fluent in Spanish, which helps me engage with diverse communities. I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Notre Dame University of Maryland and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from George Mason University.


    During my 30 years in education, I have taught students from kindergarten to fifth grade in various locations, including Philadelphia, PA, St. Croix, U.S.V.I., and Loudoun County, VA. Since 2004, I have been a part of Loudoun County Public School. I taught at Sugarland Elementary in Sterling, where I spent six fulfilling years.


    One of my core values is open communication, which is the bedrock of a strong parent/student-school relationship. I am always ready to address any questions or concerns at anabel.trinidad@lcps.org. In my leisure time, I cherish moments with my son, niece, and great-nephews, enjoy shopping at Target, and find solace in reading.


    Let's approach this new school year and Ball's Bluff's 30th year with shared excitement and anticipation. Together, we can make it a year filled with growth, learning, and memorable experiences. Tiger Strong!

    Best Regards, 

    A.Trinidad, B.A., M.Ed.




Last Modified on June 20, 2024