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Midlothian Middle School

Chesterfield County Public Schools

Administration

Portrait of Dr. Stanfield

Dear Parents, Students, and Friends of Midlothian Middle School:

On behalf of the administration and staff of Midlothian Middle it is my pleasure to welcome you to Midlothian Middle School. This is my sixteenth year as principal of Midlothian Middle and my 44th year with Chesterfield County Public Schools. I began my Chesterfield experience at Chester Middle in 1976 as an 8th grade student. I graduated from Thomas Dale High in 1981 and Virginia Tech in 1985. I spent 7 years teaching biology at L.C. Bird High School. In 1992, I completed my Master’s degree at VCU in Administration and Supervision and was hired as an assistant principal at Manchester Middle (1992-1996). I also worked as an assistant principal at Salem Middle (1996-1998) and Robious Middle (1998-1999). I came to Midlothian from Carver Middle (1999-2005) where I spent six years as principal. In May of 2003 I completed my Doctoral degree in educational leadership at the University of Virginia. Every school has a unique community and culture. I welcome the opportunity to work with all stakeholders and provide the best opportunities and experiences possible for our students. Please let me know how I can better support you and your student. I look forward to meeting you in person.

Patrick L. Stanfield

Selfie of Mr. Innes

Colin Innes
Associate Principal

Hello Mustangs! I am excited to be joining the Midlothian Middle School team again! I am a proud graduate of Chesterfield County Public Schools – Go Knights! I began my teaching career as a Spanish Teacher here at Midlothian Middle School. I also taught in the Spanish Immersion Specialty Center at Manchester High School. Most recently, I was an assistant principal at Bailey Bridge Middle School. I am extremely excited to work with our students, parents, and the community so that we can build high character in our students through rigorous academic experiences. Go Mustangs!

Portrait of Ms. Allen

Ms. Abigail Allen, M.Ed.

With 18+ years in education, Ms. Allen left the great state of Michigan for Virginia where she earned her undergraduate and Master’s degrees from George Mason University. She continued her education in educational leadership and supervision at Virginia Commonwealth University. Instructing classrooms in all grades k – 8, she specializes in working with students with autism. Ms. Allen started her teaching career in Fairfax County as a non-categorical teacher for grades k-6. Moving to the Richmond area in 2006, she has held positions in Chesterfield County as a teacher for students with autism at Greenfield Elementary School, a coordinator of special education at Falling Creek Middle School, and as an assistant principal at Carver Middle School, Matoaca Middle School, and now Midlothian Middle School. In her off-school hours she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.

Portrait of Ms. Tyson

Akeela Tyson
Dean of Students

Ms. Tyson is an educator with eighteen years of experience. In the classroom, she taught sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth-grade students Social Studies throughout her career. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in U.S. History and Political Science from Virginia Union University. Ms. Tyson also holds a Master’s degree in U.S. History from the University of Richmond, an instructional technology certificate from Virginia Commonwealth University, and completed the administrative and supervision program at The George Washington University.

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