Currently, Ms. Geller is a Learning Specialist at Farmwell Station Middle School with an emphasis in reading/ language arts. Ms. Geller received her undergraduate degree from California State College in Pennsylvania with a specialization in Elementary Education. After receiving her degree, she furthered her education at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia with a Masters Degree in Gifted Education. She is certified to teach grades 1-6, Gifted K-12, and Learning Disabilities/ Cross Cat Disabilities. This is my Geller's 40th year of teaching with 20 years spent in West Virginia. She is now entering her twentieth year at Farmwell Station Middle School in which she has obtained Highly Qualified status in all areas for Elementary and Middle School.
Since entering Loudoun County schools, she has been the recipient of a grant from the Loudoun Education Association for SAMS ( Students Achieve More Success). She has also been the recipient of the after-school SOL grant for the past ten years, receiving additional supplemental materials for assisting students, along with her other colleagues, in preparation for passing the Standards of Learning (SOL's).
Besides being a Loudoun County nominee for Special Ed teacher of the year during the 2007/2008 school year, she was the recipient of the Harris Teeter Teacher of Excellence Award in 2007.