A native of Rappahannock County, Kelsa Knick attended RCES and graduated from RCHS in 2013. She earned her B.S. in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies, then her M.A. in Teaching, both from James Madison University. After college, Kelsa and her husband returned to live in Rappahannock and she began her career in Culpeper County, teaching Kindergarten for two years. Being passionate about making a difference in students’ lives in her home-community, Kelsa took a position with RCPS and has taught Kindergarten in the county since 2020. Having enjoyed numerous Headwaters programs as a student herself, Kelsa appreciates the opportunities that Headwaters provides to students, and sees the organization as an asset to the school district and community.