Nancy Moga  

Mrs. Moga has been the principal at Callaghan since 1993.  Prior to that, she was principal at Boiling Spring Elementary School for four years.  She was assistant principal at Clifton Forge Elementary School for one year and at Central Elementary School for three years.  She has taught grades K, 1, 3, and 7.  She has taught at Stafford Elementary School in Stafford, VA and at Westminster ElementarySchool & at Greenville Elementary School in Baton Rouge, LA.

In 2011-12 Mrs. Moga served asPresident of the Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals. She also served as Chair of the Virginia 4-H Foundation for two years, 2010-2012. Since 2001, she and her husband have hosted two members of The Lumberjacks each summer while they play summer baseball in the Valley League Baseball.

Mrs. Moga has a B. S. from Virginia Tech, a Masters of Education from the University of Virginia and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies from Virginia Tech.  In 2001, she was recognized as Virginia's National Distinguished Principal.  Accomplishments include a fully accredited school since 2000 based on the Standards of Learning, a positive school climate, parental involvement, and hosting Japanese intern teachers.

The students at Callaghan are surprised several times a year by Mrs. Moga dressing in costume as a Mime, Clown, Queen, Gypsy or a 100 year old Lady.

Her favorite hobbies include cooking, playing bridge, pulling weeds, and supporting Virginia Tech and the Hokies!