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    Teacher Biography:                                     

    I have been teaching for 23 years. This will be my eighth year at Potomac Falls.  I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Carson-Newman College and a Master's in the Art of Teaching Biological Sciences from Miami University (Ohio).

    I help sponsor Science National Honor Society and Strategy Club.

    Email me:  cecil.daniel@lcps.org                                                             
    SCHEDULE 2019 - 2020
                                       A Day                                                          B Day
    Block 1:  Academic Biology Rm. 213 Block 5:  Geospatial Science/GIS Rm. 147
    Block 2:  Planning Block 6:  Research Biology Rm. 213 
    Block 3:  Research Biology Rm. 213 Block 7:  CORE-Study Hall Rm. 236
    Block 4:  Research Biology Rm. 213 Block 8:  Planning


    Office Hours / Tutoring Hours: 

    I am usually at school by 8:30am and can stay after school with prior contact.  I can be found in either 213 or 216 on "A" days OR 147, 213 or 216 on "B" days. 

    Science Tutoring: 

    Science National Honor Society;  Student members provide tutoring every Tuesday and Thursday in room ? at 8:30.  Just come and get the help you need!  

    PFHS Mission Statement:

    At Potomac Falls, we value building relationships, working hard, and making connections to ensure students are life, college, and career ready.

    Honor Code:

    As members of the PFHS school community, we are responsible for upholding and contributing to an atmosphere of respect, truthfulness, and fairness.  Our Honor Code serves as a commitment to intellectual honesty and states, "On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this test, quiz, assignement, lab, or any other student-generated work."

    Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT):

    We are a BYOT school and embrace responsible use of technology that provides deeper, more authentic, and more personalized learning experiences for students.  Electronic devices, such as cell phones, are to be used to enhance, not replace, teaching and learning.  Students are expected to abide by the classroom teacher's rules and directions when using technology during class time.  We expect all Panthers to be READY, RESPONSIBLE, and RESPECTFUL regarding the use of technology and how its use can impact self and others.

Last Modified on August 21, 2019