Clark Named VATFACS Outstanding Administrator


Kathryn Clark, principal of Stone Hill Middle School, has been awarded the 2021 Outstanding Administrator Award by the Virginia Association for Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences (VATFACS). The Outstanding Administrator Award recognizes administrators who have shown consistent support for family and consumer science programs.

Clark is entering her sixth year as Stone Hill’s principal. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from Virginia Tech  and a master of science in educational administration from Shenandoah University. Her teaching career started in Roanoke County, where she taught math at both the middle and high school level for three years. She then spent the next seven years at River Bend Middle School as a math teacher for four years and a grade-level dean for three years. Clark served as an assistant principal for three years at Stone Hill before becoming principal.     

VATFACS is an organization dedicated to promoting family and consumer sciences in Virginia public schools to improve the lives of our students, their families and our communities. Its mission is to provide professional development opportunities for family and consumer sciences teachers and opportunities for collaboration with family and consumer sciences professionals.





Published July 26, 2021