FPD is proud to welcome these new faculty and staff members to Viking Nation.

Brittney Cox will serve as an Instructional Support Aid beginning in August. She lives in Gray with her husband, Adam, and their two boys Ryan (3) and Bradley (1). Ryan will be a Wee Viking this year. Mrs. Cox previously worked for the Cobb County School System for 10 years in various roles—primarily as a special education paraprofessional. In her spare time, she loves to read and travel with her family. She looks forward to joining TEAM FPD. “I am excited about being part of a school that prioritizes teaching from a Biblical Worldview,” Mrs. Cox said. “When my husband and I were looking for the right school for our boys, FPD’s mission and values aligned with our own and what we desired for our children’s education. I am excited that as a family we get to be a part of what God is doing in and through FPD.”



McKenzie Jordan joins TEAM FPD to serve as Preschool Receptionist, Administrative Assistant for the Center for Discovery, and Part-time Administrative Assistant to the Head of School. Mrs. Jordan received her associate of arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Liberty University. She has previously served as an Administrative Assistant at the Early Learning Center at Liberty Christian Academy in Lynchburg (VA), a Teacher’s Assistant at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Forest (VA), and a Teacher’s Assistant at Bridges School in State Road (NC). She is the wife of Dr. Stephen Jordan, FPD’s Director of Spiritual Life. Together, they have four children: Audrey (9), Hudson (7), Hadley (4), and Micah (2). Mrs. Jordan enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, baking/cooking, drinking coffee, and reading. She is looking forward to beginning her new role at FPD. “I’m excited to serve alongside like-minded faculty and staff as we strive to make a difference in the lives of students and families for God’s glory.”


Stacie Kelly joins Viking Nation as a 2nd-grade aid. She previously worked at Jones County Pre-K and attended Georgia Military College. She and her husband, Justin, live in Gray. They have a daughter, Aspen, who is eight and will start at FPD in August. In her spare time, Mrs. Kelly enjoys trips to visit different places, hanging out with friends to grill, swim, and watch baseball and football (Go Braves. Go Dawgs). Aspen enjoys playing softball, so the family keeps busy with that as well. Mrs. Kelly is excited that she and her daughter to be at FPD. “This has been something my husband and I have prayed about for a while. It was all in God’s timing,” she said. “I can’t wait to see both my daughter and I grow and thrive at FPD.”