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Dr. Kenneth Butta

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Dr. Kenneth Butta has over 38 years of experience in education. He was a member of the founding faculty at Monacan High School, where he was named Teacher of the Year, served as coordinator of the Humanities Specialty Center and was an Assistant Principal. In 1996, Dr. Butta received the R.E.B Award for Teaching Excellence and in 2016, received the R.E.B. Award for Distinguished Educational Leadership.   In addition to serving as the Chesterfield County Instructional Specialist for Science, Dr. Butta was the principal of Salem Church Middle School. 
Dr. Butta earned an undergraduate degree in Biology from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. His master's degree is in Science Education from Florida Institute of Technology and he holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mrs. Dana Wilson
Associate Principal

Mrs. Wilson has 15 years of experience in education. She started her career in Kirksville, Missouri working with exceptional education students at the local middle school. In 2003, she moved to Virginia where she taught 6th grade mathematics in Henrico. In 2004, Mrs. Wilson made the jump to Chesterfield County where she taught math at Carver Middle, Manchester Middle, and Falling Creek Middle. Mrs. Wilson also served 2 years as the Dean of Students at Cosby High School.Mrs. Wilson earned an undergraduate degree in Business Education from Buena Vista University in Iowa. Mrs. Wilson completed her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University where she also was the recipient of the William C. Bosher, Jr. Scholarship.

Ms. Rochelle Brown
Dean of Students

Rochelle Brown

As a proud CCPS alumna, Ms. Brown is excited to join the Wolverines as the Dean of Students! She is coming to Carver Academy with almost 10 years of experience in education. Ms. Brown began her career at Fairfield Middle School in Henrico County teaching exceptional education students while also serving as a girls’ basketball and softball coach. In 2011, she moved to Fairfax County, Virginia to continue her career in education, where she served as an exceptional education math and science teacher at Longefellow Middle School and as a girls’ basketball coach at a nearby high school. In 2014, Ms. Brown moved back to the Richmond area to be closer to family. She taught at Oak Knoll Middle School in Hanover County before returning home to CCPS to teach middle school mathematics and Algebra 1 at Falling Creek Middle School. Ms. Brown earned an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University and completed a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Regent University.