Dr. M.Kahlouch is joining DoDEA-Europe from the GA/AL District DoDEA-Americas. He has gained a lot of experience through his work in the private sector, government, and education. Prior to joining DoDEA, he worked as a network engineer in California as well as technical trainer and logistician. He worked with multiple school districts in Virginia as a math teacher and school administrator at all levels (elementary, middle, and high school). His experience includes teaching math, business, and foreign languages. He is a lifelong learner and loves to experience and provide ongoing learning opportunities.
His educational experiences have afforded him the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of people to meet the common goal of increasing student achievement and well-being. His educational philosophy is based on the uncompromising belief that all students can learn, given a positive learning environment, strong and knowledgeable leadership, a committed and focused educational team, an encouraging community, and a supportive family.
Dr. Kahlouch received his Doctorate degree at The George Washington University in Washington D.C in Educational Leadership and policy. His Master's Degree is in Business administration from Central Michigan University. His bachelor's degree is in electrical engineering.
Ms. Huewitt earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Columbus State University, Georgia. She obtained her teacher certification requirements as well as completed her master’s degree in Middle Grades Education from Albany State University, Georgia. She is currently working towards completion of her dissertation requirements for her Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
Ms. Huewitt began her career in education as a teacher in Georgia's public schools where she taught at the elementary and middle school levels. In 2011, Ms. Huewitt joined the Department of Defense Education Activity as a teacher at Faith Middle School, in Fort Benning,
Georgia. During her teaching career, Ms. Huewitt has held numerous leadership roles, including Georgia CRCT advisory board and the Superintendent advisory committee. Ms. Huewitt has served as a Continuous Improvement Chairperson, Cheerleading Coach, Department Chair, Grade Level Chair, Student Council Representative Sponsor, Student 2 Student Mentor, Red Ribbon Week Coordinator, and Spelling Bee Coordinator.
From 2016 to 2019, Ms. Huewitt was Assistant Principal at both Vicenza Middle and High School, where she enjoyed supporting the community and watching her students grow and even some graduate from the DoDEA. In 2019, Ms. Huewitt began her tenure at Aviano Elementary School; but due to the pandemic Ms. Huewitt had the honor of supporting DoDEA by being the Assistant Principal for DoDEA Virtual School Middle Grades Europe for School Year 2020. It has been her honor to support such an exciting endeavor as DoDEA supported both students and teachers; including herself as she became a breast cancer survivor during this
time. She returned to Aviano Elementary this Fall starting a new chapter of teaching and learning.
As a former military child, Ms. Huewitt has a first-hand understanding of the transitions that our military families must endure on a continuous basis. She strives to ensure a strong partnership with Aviano School Complex faculty, staff, parents, and military community to ensure the best educational experience for all students.
“I am very excited to announce Ms. Huewitt as Assistant Principal of Aviano Middle High School. She has consistently demonstrated sound leadership focused on student achievement during her tenure as Assistant Principal of Aviano Elementary School, during which she has also provided support to the Middle High School this school year,” said Dr. Howard-Brahaney of the selection of Ms. Huewitt as Assistant Principal at Aviano M/HS.
Ms. Huewitt loves travelling, attending sporting events, and reading James Patterson novels. She is the proud mother of a beautiful daughter who attends Aviano Middle High School.