Kelly Wagner, Spanish teacher
Sra. Wagner, a native Long Islander, began her teaching career in 1994 teaching Spanish in Stafford County Public Schools before accepting her teaching assignment with Loudoun County Public Schools at Tuscarora High School in 2012. She also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor of Spanish at Patrick Henry College and has been a member of that faculty since 2016.
Her teaching experience includes Spanish 1-5 in the public school system as well as levels 101-104 at the university level. Sra. Wagner earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish for International Service from The Catholic University of America in Washington,D.C. in 1986. In 1990, she earned her Master of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature from The Catholic University as well. Sra. Wagner is a member of the AVID site team, the sponsor of the Spanish Club and the sponsor of the Be Strong/We Dine together club.
She is the proud parent of 3 children who have graduated from LCPS schools. She was an IEP mom who understands the importance of compliance and differentiation. Sra.Wagner is an animal lover and shares her home with 5 rescued dogs, 2 rescued cats, and 2 rescued parakeets. When not teaching, Sra. Wagner enjoys cheering on the 2018 Stanley Cup Champions, Washington Capitals, with her husband and spending time with her family.
“[Kids] don't remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” ― Jim Henson