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It says a lot when Fauquier County Public
School students come home to their schools
to teach. Liberty High School (LHS) teacher
and athletic trainer Mandy Carter returned
to her alma mater in 2010, just five years
after graduation.
A three-sport athlete who competed in
basketball, volleyball, and softball, Mandy
sustained injuries requiring surgery and
rehabilitation during her senior year at
LHS. She worked with Emily Rappold,
LHS's athletic trainer at the time, and was
so positively impacted by the experience
that she decided to go into the field
herself. Upon graduating in 2005, she
spent five years at Shenandoah University,
earning a B.A. in kinesiology and physical
education training as well as an M.S. in
athletic training before returning to LHS,
where she teaches sports medicine and
physical education.
During her tenure, LHS has twice received
the National Athletic Trainers' Association
Safe Sports School Award, which recognizes
schools that take crucial steps to keep their
athletes injury-free. The recognition must
be renewed every three years, and LHS
earned it first in 2013 and again in 2016.
In light of this and other personal efforts,
Shenandoah University is recognizing Mandy
with its Distinguished Alumni Award for Young
Career Achievement. She was notified of the
honor this past spring and will be formally
recognized in an awards ceremony during
homecoming weekend this October.
Mandy begins her eighth year of teaching
at LHS this month and is excited at how
the athletic program has grown. "I've been
fortunate to work with great colleagues and
supportive administrators," she says. During
her time at LHS, she has achieved personal
milestones--the birth of two sons, as well
as caught a glimpse of her professional life
coming full circle. Just as she was once an
athletic training student and progressed to
become a certified athletic trainer, she too
has witnessed former students follow the
same path. Congratulations, Mandy!
Shenandoah University
Bestows Distinguished
Alumni Award on
LHS Athletic Trainer
Mandy Carter