Professional BiographyEdward SingletonYour Department
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year.Riverside Community,I am the RAM. I joined the faculty at Riverside High School in 2015 and now I am here for another exciting year! Here at Riverside students are placed at the apex of learning! My educational plan for the 2018-2019 school year will include innovative team-teaching in English, Science and World History. I am fortunate enough to work with extremely high octane teachers in a nurturing environment were learning happens on a daily basis.I received my undergraduate degree from Winston-Salem State University in Special Education with a minor in Counseling and my graduate training from George Washington University in Educational Technology Leadership. Currently, I am completing my graduate degree with a concentration in Instructional Design.This is my eleventh-year teaching in Loudoun County Public Schools. Prior to teaching at Riverside High School I worked at Broad Run High School (Here's to a wonderful experience and introduction to Loudoun County Public Schools). My plan for this school year will be to incorporate the same level of student support and committment in every classroom.The Riverside Rams are forging a new path of Respect, Advocacy, Motivation and Service to cultivate an environment conducive to teaching, learning and research. Please join me as we build a community of educational achievements.Education Provides Endless Possibilities!
My 2018-19 Schedule:
Office hours: Monday - Friday before school from 8:15 to 8:45 and after school by appointment.
1st Enviornmental Science (Room 1504) 5th World History/Geograpy I (Room L404) 2nd World History/Geograpy I (Room L404) 6th English 12 (Room 1609) 3rd Planning 7th Planning 4th Enviornmental Science (Room 1504) 8th Study Hall (Room L400) Course Information Gradebook & Class PageNHS Tutoring Request PagePhoenixAll my class information can be found in StudentVUE/ParentVUEClick the Phoenix link below.NHS Extra Curricular Positions