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     Meet Your Teachers
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    This will be Mrs. Hammond's fourth year as a second grade teacher at Frances Hazel Reid. She is a graduate of James Madison University where she received her undergraduate and graduate degrees. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two cats, playing hockey, and spending time outdoors. She is looking forward to another exciting year in second grade!
     
     
     
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    Mrs. Liebman graduated from Arizona State Univeristy with a B.S. in Psychology.  She then went on and received her Masters in Education from Dowling College in NY.  Mrs. Liebaman has taught Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades in both New York and Arizona.  She moved Loudoun County from NY and resides here with her husband, Jason, and her daughter Emily.  She is an energetic and motivating teacher who encourages her students to do and be the best they can be.  Mrs. Liebman enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, going to the beach, and dancing and singing with her daughter.  Mrs. Liebman is looking forward to another great school year!
     
     
     


    Mrs. Hoeffel  

     

    Mrs. Sarah Hoeffel

    Ms. Hoeffel has been an FHR Raven since 2014. She has previously taught Kindergarten and first grade. Mrs. Hoeffel is a Loudoun County native. She attended Christopher Newport University for both her undergraduate degree and master's degree. She started her teaching career in Mathews County, VA. In her free time Mrs. Hoeffel enjoys reading, drinking coffee, and walking her dogs. Mrs. Hoeffel considers herself a life-long learner!

     

     

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    miller  
     
     Mrs. Miller has been teaching in Loudoun County since 2006.  Previously she taught in Fairfax County.  She has had experience teaching in Kindergarten, first and second grades.  Mrs. Miller loves to spend time at the beach and exercising.  She is looking forward to another exciting school year.
     
Last Modified on August 26, 2019