Our Administrative Team
Ms. Rebecca Roadcap,
Ms. Rebecca Roadcap returned to John C. Myers, a school she helped open as a second grade teacher, in 2013 from McGaheysville Elementary.
She began her teaching career in 1992 at Tinker Elementary School, located on MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida where she taught second grade. The following two years, she taught third grade at E. E. Miller Elementary School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and then transferred to Pope Elementary School located on Pope Air Force base, where she taught fourth grade.
After returning to Virginia in 1996, Ms. Roadcap taught third grade for two years at Plains Elementary School in Timberville, and then transferred to John C. Myers Elementary School the first year the school opened (1998). In her five years at JCMES, she taught second, third, and fifth grades. During this time, she also attended James Madison University and earned her Master's Degree in Administration.
In 2003, she completed a one year internship as an Assistant Principal at South River Elementary School in Grottoes, and then was the Assistant Principal at J. Frank Hillyard Middle School for three years.
In 2007, Ms. Roadcap was named the principal at McGaheysville Elementary School and held this position for six years. In 2013, with the retirement of Sandy Cupp, she became the principal at John C. Myers Elementary School.
Her favorite quote is from Dr. Seuss, "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened". Ms. Roadcap says, " This quote reminds me that amid the sadness which can occur in life, there's always something positive which can be taken from any situation."
Ms. Roadcap lives in Broadway and feels it's a great place to live, work, and raise a family. She has two children Gabe and Lia. They enjoy playing outside and at the park as well as reading books and playing games and puzzles.
Mrs. Erin Branner,
Mrs. Erin Branner began her teaching career at John C. Myers as a fifth grade teacher. After teaching for eight years she moved to a role in the technology department of Rockingham County Schools as an ITRT. As an ITRT (Instructional Technology Resource Teacher), Mrs. Branner worked in elementary schools throughout the division to train teachers on integrating technology into instruction. After three years as an ITRT, Mrs. Branner returned to John C. Myers in 2018 as the Assistant Principal.
Mrs. Branner resides in the Broadway area and spends her time outside of school with her two children, Olivia and Ryland.