Assistant Principals

Assistant Principals


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Nicole Mills, Assistant Principal

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Brooke Shore, Assistant Principal 

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Letter from Ms. Mills

Dear Haymarket Families,  

Welcome back CUBS to an amazing 2023-2024 school year! As I begin my fourth year as an assistant principal at Haymarket, I am truly inspired by the unwavering commitment of our students, staff, and families for the success of our school. I have been an educator for over twenty years, leading classroom instruction at the first, third and fourth grade levels (in Texas, Kentucky, and Prince William County Public Schools). I joined PWCS in 2007, teaching at Westridge Elementary School before becoming an administrative intern in 2019. Subsequently, I became an assistant principal at Haymarket Elementary in 2020. 

I received my B.A. from the University of Southern MS, M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from Austin Peay State, and M.Ed. in Education Leadership from George Mason University. I am a native Mississippian and enjoy spending time with my family as much as I can. My husband and I have been married for 22 years and both of our children have attended PWCS. Our daughter has since graduated and will begin her junior year of college and our son will begin his sophomore year of high school this fall. 

I passionately believe in the significance of preparing our students for the real world and empowering every child to reach their highest potential. I will continue to dedicate myself to Haymarket with my knowledge, experiences, hopes, and aspirations for our students. I look forward to collaboratively working with all our families and having a wonderful school year!  


Nicole Mills  



Letter from Mrs. Shore

Dear Haymarket ES Families,

I am very much looking forward to the 2023-2024 school year, the start of Year 3 for me at Haymarket. I have enjoyed getting to know many of our families since I began at Haymarket in January 2022, and I look forward to meeting our new families. I feel very fortunate to be a part of such a wonderful school community. My core belief is that all students can be successful with the right supports, teachers, and administrators that believe in them.

I was born and raised at the Jersey Shore and still spend many weekends and holidays visiting our family that all still live there. I received my undergraduate degree and my first master’s degree in special education from James Madison University (GO DUKES!). This kept me in the Virginia area. I later earned my second master's degree in education leadership from George Mason University in 2019.

I have spent my entire education career working within Prince William County Public Schools. Prior to my time at Haymarket, I was a special education teacher at Marshall Elementary School for eight years. Ensuring each individual student has what they need to be successful is still something that drives me as an administrator.

I currently live in Culpeper and have been married to my husband, Phil, for almost six years. He is also an educator within PWCS; he teaches Language Arts at Parkside Middle School and coaches lacrosse at Osbourn Park High School. We have one daughter, Emerson, who just turned two-years-old. She keeps us busy with her high energy. You will often find her busy chasing our five-year-old Goldendoodle, Jersey.

Doing whatever it takes, believing in all students, and going above and beyond to do what is right for students remains my vision. Once again, I am thankful to be a part of the Haymarket ES community. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions, concerns, or if support is needed. Our continued collaboration is the key to all our students’ success.

Sincerely, Brooke Shore