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 Mrs. Drawdy

Phone: 571-252-2890

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.S.Biology M.Ed. Elementary Education Project Zero, Harvard School of Education

Mrs. Drawdy

  

   Welcome to an exciting new school year at Cool Spring Elementary! Mrs. Drawdy is looking forward to having your child in class this year. She will do her best to ensure that your child has a positive and productive school year. 

   Some of Mrs. Drawdy's fondest memories are from her elementary years… which is what inspired her to become an elementary teacher. She is a graduate of Shenandoah University. She earned her B.S. degree in Biology, a Master’s in Elementary Education and am currently pursuing my Administration degree at George Washington University. She has experience teaching both special education and regular education at the elementary and secondary levels. Mrs. Drawdy attended Harvard's Project Zero in Boston, MA summer of 2016. With the help of LCPS and MCCS she has continued to improve her education with many professional development classes. 

   Mrs. Drawdy currently resides in Winchester. She and her husband, Brad have two children, Dean and Penelope. They share their home with two dogs, Goose and Lola, a cat named Lucy, twleve chickens, and ten goats (Here for Camp Drawdy). Her kids are her world! Outside of school some of her favorite things to do spend time outside with her kids, extended family, and pets. She enjoys arts, crafts, going antiquing/ flea market shopping for furniture to refinish or repurpose, and listening to 90's music of all kinds. Their house is filled with a Washington Sports Fans. They love baseball and hockey! When warm weather arrives, there is nothing better than soaking up some Vitamin D next to the water, whether at the pool or at the beach!

   Mrs. Drawdy is beyond excited about our upcoming year! Her philosophy is to instill a love for learning, help her students learn to make connections & foster relationships that last a lifetime. Mrs. Drawdy's goal is to motivate the scientists and mathematicians as the students learn to work together as a cohesive group. While learning content is important… this year is a major stepping stone into developing independence and she hopes to help in fostering the desire for each child to be a kind, helpful, contributing member of society as they move on to the next phase in their life.

 
Please feel free to contact her via email: Jessica.drawdy@lcps.org.There are certain things that may not be discussed via e-mail.  In those instances, she is happy to set-up a time to speak with you via phone or in person.

 
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