Reading SpecialistMrs. Landry

     To Students, Staff, and Parents of Potomac Falls High School:
    I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Childhood Psychology from George Mason University (a very long time ago I might add) and in 2013, I earned my master's degree with an emphasis in K-12 reading at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia.  Teaching is my second career which began in 2000.  I worked, first, as an elementary school teacher in Prince William County, Virginia and then spent the last 10 years teaching reading in Warren County, Virginia.  I am a life-long learner, a passionate educator of literacy, and of course, an avid reader myself.    I bring to Potomac Falls these passions and a desire to motivate students not only to use literacy as a means of accomplishing whatever goals they have chosen to set for themselves, but also to simply... "enjoy good books".  A literate individual is not passive in nature but is someone who purposely interacts with literacy in all its forms to enrich their lives and participate within our society.  
    I wish to extend an open door policy to all parents, students, and staff.  
    "The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read." 
     -Mark Twain
Last Modified on March 6, 2017