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     Cindy Cindy Bailey (Cross-Cat)
     
    My name is Cindy Bailey and I am happy to be back at Moorefield Station where I will be working with the 4th and 1st grade teams. This is my 15th year with LCPS and my 10th year as a resource teacher.
     
    I grew up in Maryland and earned a BA degree in General Psychology and a MS in Counseling Psychology. I later earned my Virginia Special Education teaching license by adding 30 plus Masters credits. 
     
    I have lived in Virginia since marrying in 1988 and have 24 year old twin boys, Michael and Matthew. I love teaching children and look forward to another great school year,
     

     Heather Danna

    Heather Danna (Learning Specialist K-2) 
     

    I am thrilled to be the Autism K-2 here at Moorefield Station! This will be my second as a Special Education Teacher. Previously, I worked at Steuart Weller as a Behavior Assistant (ABA) in the IBC for six years, one year as a paraprofessional at Moorefield Station and spent two years as a Behavior Therapist (ABA therapist) with Grafton Integrated Network in the clinical setting.

    With having two young children of my own I decided that I wanted to pursue my teaching degree and ca was ecstatic to find another opportunity to teach here at Moorefield Station! I hold a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Grand Canyon University and I am currently pursuing my Master’s degree in Special Education at Regent University.

    I am married with two children Evan 4 and Emerson 1. My husband Adam is a 4th grade Autism teacher with BCPS. As a family, we think it is important to stay active, but we really love our down time where we can just do fun family activities such as watching a movie, playing a game, or doing something new.  

    I have a passion for learning new things and I am delighted to have the opportunity to inspire that same passion in my students.  I think it is important to meet students where they are and provide opportunities that challenge them to be the best they can be academically as well as personally.

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    Natalie Haynes (Cross-Cat)

    Hi! My name is Natalie Haynes and this will be my first year teaching at Moorefield Station, but certainly not my first time teaching students with disabilities. I've been working in the special education and therapeutic recreation fields since 2001. I have experience working with diverse populations and am passionate about supporting the needs of individuals with disabilities. When outside the classroom, I am working on completing my doctorate in special education and therapeutic recreation, with an anticipated graduation in December 2018. I also enjoy hiking with my husband and chocolate lab! I'm excited about working with the students at Moorefield Station and anticipate a fantastic school year!

     

     Nicole Dales

    Nicole Morris  (Learning Specialist 3-5)

    Welcome Sharks! My name is Nicole Morris and I am thrilled to be returning to Moorefield Station as I start my 4th year of teaching. I grew up in Loudoun County and graduated from Dominion High School. I have a Masters' degree in Special Education from George Mason University and I am working on a graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, also at GMU. 

    I recently got married and my husband and I have an adorable beagle/corgi mixed dog named Buster. When I am not working, I love to cook new recipes and reading has always been a favorite past time of mine. 

     

    Suneetha Gajjala  

    Suneetha Gajjala (Cross-Cat)

    Hello, my name is Suneetha Gajjala and this will be my fifth year of teaching in Loudoun County. Prior to working at Moorefield Station, I worked at Ball’s Bluff ES in Leesburg. I grew up in India where I got my Bachelors in Dentistry. I worked as a fulltime volunteer in Autism class room for a year before I go my Master’s in Special Education from George Mason University. I am very excited to be part of this great team at Moorefield Station Elementary School. I enjoy working with students and how much they learn and grow. 


     

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    Pam Packard (Cross-Cat)
     
     My name is Pam Packard and I am excited to return to Moorefield Station to work with your children as a Resource Teacher in developing and advancing specific reading and math fluency skills. 

    I am a native of this area and I love it here, although one day I would like to travel the world.  I spend a lot of time with my family in my spare time.  I also like reading, arts and crafts and being outdoors. 

    I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Mount Saint Mary’s University and a Masters of Education in Special Education from James Madison University.   I love to watch the students grow in confidence and they attain more successes in their education.  Go Sharks! 

     

    Nicki Ryan (Cross-Cat)
     Bio Coming Soon
     

     

    Assistants:
    Griselda Goo
    Casey Miller