Nicole Watson, a teacher who has been a fixture at Snowville Elementary School for the past 14 years, is leaving the school and moving on. According to a written statement by Watson, she has accepted a position with Radford City Schools teaching kindergarten. “I am so excited for this new adventure,” said Watson, who said it will be so nice to be at the same school as her daughter.
During her time at Snowville Elementary, Watson has touched the lives of several students in the Snowville community and beyond.
“Ms. Watson will be missed. I know that she will be successful in her new position. We wish her the best of luck,” said Pulaski County Public Schools Superintendent Thomas Brewster.
“I am filled with so many emotions. I will truly miss my Snowville family. It has been my home for 14 years,” said Watson. “I have been blessed to work with wonderful colleagues, parents, and students. I have felt supported and cared for by all. Snowville will always have a special place in my heart.”
Watson said she is excited for this change and looking forward to a new curriculum, but overwhelmed by starting new. “I am blessed to have this opportunity, but sad to leave my Snowville home.”