Title I- LRES

Pictured from left to right: Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Nagy, Mrs. Brown

Mrs. Melissa Patterson Mrs. Patterson has over 25 years of teaching experience in grades 3-5. Prior to joining Campbell County Public Schools, she taught in Roanoke City and Lynchburg City where she taught both in the classroom and in Title I reading intervention.  She earned her B.S.degree in Early Childhood Education from Virginia Tech, and will earn her M.Ed degree with Reading Specialist endorsement from Liberty University in Spring 2024.  Mrs. Patterson enjoys spending time with her family, camping, visiting the beach, reading, and cheering on her son who swims competitively. She is so happy to be a part of the Leesville Road Elementary family! 

Mrs. Judith Nagy  Mrs.Nagy has been teaching at Leesville Road since 2008. She previously taught third and fourth grade as well as kindergarten. She enjoyed her time teaching third and fourth grades and kindergarten but feels right at home in the Title 1 classroom teaching reading. Mrs. Nagy attended Leesville Road as a student and graduated from Brookville High School. She has her B.S. in Early Childhood Education and her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Virginia Tech. She is a member of Alpha Delta Kappa, Phi Chapter. She is married with 2 beautiful daughters. She enjoys spending time at the beach with her family, scrap-booking, cooking, and playing with her two pups, Abby and Mason. 

Mrs. Bailey Brown Mrs. Brown began teaching first grade at Linkhorne Elementary School in 2012. She enjoyed that for several years before moving into a Title 1 teaching role from 2016-2018. She began having children and was blessed to stay home with her two daughters and one son for about five years. She was excited to jump back into Title 1 teaching this year at Leesville Road as her oldest is now in kindergarten! Mrs. Brown has her B.S. in Elementary Education and Master's of Education Reading Specialist degrees both from Liberty University. She enjoys anything outdoors, cooking, working out, and spending time with friends and family.