Ray Honeycutt serves as Principal of Saint Bridget School, a K-8 parish school founded in 1952. He is a 1973 graduate of Virginia Tech with a BA in English Education. He earned a Master of Education from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1976. Additionally, he has completed post-graduate work from Virginia Commonwealth earning endorsements in K-12 school counseling and school administration.
As a lifelong educator, Mr. Honeycutt served 35 years in Henrico County Public Schools. He was an English teacher, school counselor, assistant principal, and principal. He has served as Saint Bridget School Principal since July 2009. In addition to his work in K-12 education, Mr. Honeycutt is an adjunct faculty member in the graduate schools of education at James Madison University and Virginia Commonwealth University.
Ray is married to Kathleen McNamara Honeycutt (Saint Bridget and Saint Gertrude Alumna). They have two grown children and are active members of Saint Bridget Church.
George Sadler serves as Assistant Principal of Saint Bridget School, a K-8 parish school founded in 1952. A lifelong resident of the Richmond area, he is a graduate of J.R. Tucker High School. He attended Concord College where he received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Music Education. Additionally, he completed a Master of Education Degree with an endorsement in educational leadership from the University of Virginia in 2003.
Mr. Sadler has served as a teacher and administrator in the Hanover County Public School system for 32 years. His experience includes 23 years of direct classroom instruction on the elementary and secondary levels. His administrative experience includes serving as assistant principal and principal of Hanover High School. This is Mr. Sadler’s first year at Saint Bridget and he is looking forward to serving the students and teachers of Saint Bridget School.
George is married to Isabelle Sadler, his wife of 32 years. They have two grown children. George and Isabelle look forward to becoming active members of the Saint Bridget parish community.