Elizabeth Davis Middle School

Chesterfield County Public Schools

Administration

Mr. Strittmatter started as an English teacher at Fountain-Fort Carson High School in Fountain, Colorado, and moved to Virginia in 2011. He continued his career for eight years as an English teacher at Falling Creek Middle School until he moved into administration in 2015.

At Falling Creek Middle School, Mr. Strittmatter worked with each grade level as an assistant principal. He was also the supervisor of English/Language Arts, Mathematics, and Electives during his tenure at the school. Moreover, he also oversaw both the PRIDE Academy and AVID programs.

Mr. Strittmatter received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Virginia Tech in 2008, his Master’s degree in English Education in 2009 from Virginia Tech, his Administration and Supervision endorsement in 2015 from Virginia Tech, and he is currently working towards his Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership with an expected completion date of 2021 from Virginia Tech. Needless to say – Mr. Strittmatter is a Hokie through and through.

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Associate Principal
Jennifer Acome

Mrs. Acome has spent her entire career in Chesterfield County Public Schools. She started as an English teacher at G.W. Carver Middle School in 1998, and moved across town when Davis opened in 2008. She continued her career as an English teacher until she decided to become a math teacher in 2013 at EDMS.

Remaining in the Ravens’ Nest, Mrs. Acome began her administrative career in 2016 as Assistant Principal and is now the Associate Principal. She is passionate about restorative practices, enjoys the energy of morning meeting, and spearheads the Wellness committee!

Mrs. Acome received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from SUNY Oswego in 1998, and her Master of Education in Educational Leadership from VCU in 2015.

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Assistant Principal
Jacquelyn Cioffi

Mrs. Cioffi began her career in Baltimore County, Maryland. She taught 4th grade Spanish, 9th-12th grade Spanish, and 9th-12th grade ESL before working in the World Languages office for the county. She moved to Virginia in 2016, where she began working as a teacher with the Department of Juvenile Justice. She joined Chesterfield County in 2017. She’s excited to continue her work as an administrator here at Elizabeth Davis Middle School.

Mrs. Cioffi received her Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education from Towson University in 2010. She received her Master of Arts in Leadership of Teaching Spanish from the University of Notre Dame of Maryland in 2013. She received her endorsement in Administration and Supervision from Goucher College in 2015.

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Kimberly Lewis
Dean of Students

Mrs. Lewis is excited to serve as the 8th grade Dean at Elizabeth Davis Middle School. In 2007, she began her career in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Mrs. Lewis has also served as an Exceptional Education Teacher, Mentor Coach for New Teachers, High School Volleyball Coach, and Instructional School Compliance Coordinator.

Mrs. Lewis received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Claflin University in South Carolina, Master’s Degree in Teacher and Learning, and Educational Specialist Degree in Administration and Supervision from Liberty University.

Mrs. Lewis believes in creating partnerships with families and the school community to help optimize student success.

Dean of Students
Karyn Jackson

Mrs. Jackson started her career as a 6th grade teacher in Powhatan County Public Schools in 2001. She continued to work for Powhatan County Public Schools teaching Math with experience in grades 6-8 until 2017. In 2017, she joined Chesterfield County Public Schools as an Algebra 1 teacher at Robious Middle School.

Remaining in Chesterfield County, Mrs. Jackson began her administrative career as a Dean of Students at Elizabeth Davis this year.

Mrs. Jackson received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Longwood College in 2001, and is currently working on her Masters in Leadership and Administration through UVA.

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