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Administrative Team

Shanif Pearl
Principal
spearl@ccboe.com

Shanif Pearl was appointed Acting Principal of Thomas Stone High School in 2019 and has served as a Vice Principal at Thomas Stone High School since 2015.  She Joined Charles County Public School in 2009 as a math teacher at Milton Somers Middle School.  Mrs. Pearl also served as a middle school math resource teacher from 2012-2014 at General Smallwood and Matthew Henson Middle School and as an administrative assistant at La Plata High School from 2014-2015. She began her career in education in 2001 working as an elementary teacher in Prince Georges County for five years.  From 2006-2009, Mrs. Pearl worked as a middle school math teacher and later served as an Assistant Principal in San Antonio, Texas.
Jasmine Kennedy, Assistant Principal, Thomas Stone

Jasmine Bateman
Assistant Principal
jbateman@ccboe.com

Dr. Bateman joined Charles County Public Schools in 2022 as an assistant principal at Thomas Stone High School.  She attended Delaware State University where she studied Elementary Education and minored in psychology. In 2015, she earned her Masters in Educational Leadership from Saint Peter's University. Dr. Bateman earned her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Supervision at Saint Peter's University in 2021. While defending her doctoral dissertation the Dean of the college stated “This is the best dissertation defense he’s ever encountered and if he had an award for the best doctoral defense it would go to her.” After completing her defense and coursework in less than four years she continues to be a beacon of hope and light for all. 

Douglas Lamb
Assistant Principal 
dlamb@ccboe.com

Douglas Lamb was appointed Vice Principal at Thomas Stone High School in 2017. He is in his 5th year as a Vice Principal. He joined Charles County Public Schools in 1999 as a special education teacher and coach at Thomas Stone High School. Mr. Lamb is from the great state of Ohio and his favorite nut is the Buckeye. He attended The University of Toledo and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education. Later he received his Master of Science degree from McDaniel College in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Administration.
Bradley Snow

Bradley (Brad) Snow
Assistant Principal

bsnow@ccboe.com

Bradley Snow will begin his first year as an assistant principal at Thomas Stone High School.  Mr. Snow has over 20 years of experience with Charles County Public Schools (CCPS).  Mr. Snow has spent the last 6 years as the Director of Transportation and prior to that he was the principal at Maurice J. McDonough High School. He was named vice principal in 2006 and started at McDonough in 2000 as a health and biology teacher.

Curry Werkheiser

Curry Werkheiser
Assistant Principal
cwerkheiser@ccboe.com 

Mr. Werkheiser began his career teaching physical science at John Hanson Middle school during which time he was named as the administrator in charge of the CCPS middle school summer academy.  In July 2000, he began his career as an administrator at Thomas Stone High School where he served until 2006.  Since that time, Mr. Werkheiser has served as principal at Henry E. Lackey High School as well as the Robert D. Stethem Educational Center, and vice principal at LaPlata and Westlake High School.  Mr. Werkheiser is enjoying his return to the Thomas Stone High School community where he started his career in administration.   Werkheiser obtained his undergraduate degree from the Pennsylvania State University and graduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

Juan Green

Juan Green
Administrative Intern

jgreen@ccboe.com

Juan Green has been at Thomas Stone since 2019 and this is his first year as an administrative intern.  He has been in education for over 18 years and has taught in Williamsburg James City County, Prince Georges County, and Charles City County.  He received his bachelor's degree at Howard University, master's degree at the University of Phoenix, and completed his Administrative Leadership Program at George Washington University.