Dr. Tim Duffy earned his Bachelor’s degree in history and mathematics from Mary Washington College. He earned his Master's degree and Ph.D. in American History at the University of Virginia. There, he was a Governor's Fellow and Teaching Assistant for several years. After earning his doctorate, Dr. Duffy began his teaching career. He taught part-time in the History Department at Mary Washington College for ten years and taught full-time at Fredericksburg Academy, where he also served as College Counselor and Head of the Upper School. In 2007, he left to work in Fredericksburg City Public Schools. He served as assistant principal at Walker-Grant Middle school prior to his current position as Principal at James Monroe High School. During his tenure in City schools, Dr. Duffy has assumed many leadership positions and has earned numerous awards for his teaching.
Dr. Duffy is very active in civic affairs. He has served on the Fredericksburg City Council since his election in 2014. He also serves on the Parks and Recreation Commission, Board of Social Services, Regional Group Home Commission, and the Town and Gown Committee in addition to memberships in other area associations. Dr. Duffy came to Fredericksburg in 1981 to attend Mary Washington College, where he met his wife, Karen Duffy. Together, they raised their two children in the City, both of whom graduated from James Monroe High School.
Mrs. Chevonda Glass earned her Bachelor’s degree in finance and marketing from Old Dominion University. She earned two Master’s degrees from Strayer University and her Master’s degree in Education Administration from Liberty University, where she is currently pursuing her Education Specialist degree. Mrs. Glass is a career switcher who began her teacher career at Mountain View High School in Stafford, Virginia. At Mountain View she served as a Business and Marketing teacher, DECA advisor, and coach. She also held a variety of leadership positions to include co-chair of the school’s Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice committee. Mrs. Glass comes to James Monroe with an excitement and passion for providing students with every opportunity to succeed.
Mrs. Glass met her husband Theodore Glass Jr. in high school and together they have three daughters, one of whom is a US Airman. Both of Mrs. Glass’ young daughters will be attending Fredericksburg City Schools in the fall.