Robin Smith welcomes you to Room 1
A classroom filled with joy and learning
How fortunate I feel to have graduated from George Mason University in 2013 and begun my career in special education at Pinebrook Elementary School. I have been the K-2 ID teacher here for the past five years. Previously, I worked as a social worker for Fairfax County. Then I was a stay-at-home mom with my 2 children who are now ages 18 and 21. My son, Aaron, is a senior at John Champe High School and my daughter, Leah, is a senior at Elon University. Unfortunately, my husband died of cancer almost 8 years ago. During those years I began my work toward my Masters of Education.
In my spare time I attend many of my children’s sports activities such as marching band competitions and activities. I especailly enjoy travel with my family. This year the children and I went to the beach and in the past we have traveled to Mexico with my brother and his family and my parents. I also enjoy walking and playing with my two dogs - Romney and Melbourne.When I was growing up I lived overseas in four different countries: Vietnam, Argentina, Belgium and Jamaica as my father worked at the State Department.