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    Beth Lopez

     
    Department: English

    A Days:
    Block 1:  Planning
    Block 2:  English 11A (w/Clemens)
    Block 3:  English 9H
    Block 4:  English 11A
    B Days:
    Block 5:  Study Hall
    Block 6:  English 11A (w/Angulo)
    Block 7:  English 9H
    Block 8:  Planning

     Phoenix             Schoology

              Ms. Lopez has been employed by Loudoun County Public Schools since 2007, first as a substitute teacher, and since 2016 as a Learning Specialist and English teacher.  This is her fifth year teaching at Broad Run High School.  In 1988, Ms. Lopez graduated from Connecticut College (https://www.conncoll.edu) with a Bachelor of Arts, double majoring in English and Psychology.  After working for two years as a paralegal in New York City, she returned to school, receiving her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School (https://www.brooklaw.edu) in June of 1993 and passing the New York State Bar examination in August of that year.  Ms. Lopez practiced law in New York City for a few years before starting a family and moving to Virginia, where she stayed at home to raise her children, all of whom have graduated from Broad Run High School.   In 2016, Ms. Lopez returned to school again, entering George Mason University's Graduate School of Education (https://gse.gmu.edu) and completing a Master of Education in Special Education in August of 2018, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Students with Disabilities who Access the General Curriculum in November of 2018.  She holds a postgraduate professional license with endorsements in Special Education - General Curriculum K-12 and English.  

              This year, Ms. Lopez is teaching two English 9 classes, as well as three English 11 classes, including one with Ms. Angulo and one with Ms. Clemens.  Students can find relevant information regarding, and materials for, her English classes in Schoology.  Ms. Lopez can be contacted at beth.lopez@lcps.org or at 571-252-2300, should you wish to reach her.  She is available to assist students during 1st and 8th blocks and by appointment.