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A Note From Carol:

"First and foremost I need to say thank you to everyone who has been a part of this campaign. We ran a clean, issue focused campaign and I am so grateful to each person who helped.

While we did not win, we were able to rally a community to focus on education and I hope everyone stays focused and engaged on that. I hope each of you raises your voice at School Board meetings and Board of Supervisors meetings and makes certain good things are happening for kids (and staff!) in Stafford County.

Congratulations to Susan Randall - I wish her well and hope my supporters will connect with her and help her acclimate to her new role. Our kids are counting on it."

Experienced Educator, Proven Leader, Advocate for Our Children


About Carol

Carol Medawar for School BoardCarol is a parent, teacher, and advocate who has been working in education for over 20 years.  As a former teacher in Stafford County Public Schools beginning in 1996, Carol taught special education and mathematics at the middle and high school levels, including 8 years as a mathematics teacher at Dixon-Smith Middle School in South Stafford.

Carol has also served on numerous advisory committees including Stafford County Public Schools’ advisory committees on Finance and Budget, Career and Technical Education, and Capital Improvement Planning, as well as the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet Work Group on School Safety.

A passionate advocate for educators and our children, Carol has served as a member of various Parent Teacher Organizations, the Stafford Education Association, the Virginia Education Association, and the National Education Association.  In fact, it was during her service as treasurer of the SEA that Carol became interested in policy work. Medawar for School Board

Carol holds a Bachelor of Science degree from West Virginia University and a Master’s degree in Instructional Technology from George Mason University.  She is currently working on her PhD in Curriculum, Culture, and Change at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. 

Carol lives in George Washington District in Stafford County, Virginia with her husband a law enforcement officer in Prince William County.  They have six children. 

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