Degrees and Certifications:
University of Alabama Bachelor of Science - Multiple Abilities Program University of Virginia Master of Education - Administration & Supervision
Mr. Chet Huey
Hello Python Families!
My name is Chet Huey and I am very excited to be joining the team at Evergreen Mill. I look forward to getting to know everyone in the school community and doing whatever I can to help every student be successful.
The 2022-2023 school year will be my eleventh year working for LCPS. Prior to coming to Evergreen Mill, I worked at two other schools in Loudoun County. My first eight years, I was at Countryside Elementary in Sterling. Seven of those years, I taught fourth grade and the other year I looped up with my class to be their fifth-grade teacher. The last two years, I have been a special education teacher and case manager at Trailside Middle School in Ashburn. This allowed me to gain firsthand knowledge of what is expected of students at the middle school level, as well as the curriculum they will see.
As for my own education, I graduated from the Multiple Abilities Program at the University of Alabama, which gave me an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education and Special Education. I am a huge Alabama football fan... Roll Tide!
I believe that education never stops, so I decided to go to graduate school to pursue another degree. This time I graduated from the Administration and Supervision Program at the University of Virginia, which helped prepare me for my new role as dean.
Outside of school, I enjoy traveling, cooking, watching sports, going to concerts, and spending time with my family. My wife was formerly the school counselor at Rolling Ridge Elementary in Sterling for many years, but is now the School Counseling Specialist for LCPS Elementary Schools. Our son, Paul, is two years old and he keeps us very busy!
I work very hard to form positive relationships with all students and I go out of my way each day to show them how much I care. I believe every child can be successful and it is an honor to be able to help your child in this process as dean of Evergreen Mill. I cannot wait for the first day of school!