Ms. Burns was named principal at the F.B. Gwynn Educational Center in 2014. She previously served as a vice principal at Mary B. Neal Elementary School for four years. She started her education career in 1998 as a general and special education teacher with Prince George’s County and moved to Charles County Public Schools in 2008 as an IEP facilitator.
Burns has a Master of Science in Educational Administration from Trinity University, Washington, D.C. and a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood/Special Education from Bowie State University.
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