Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year!



    LCHS is a fantastic place, and I'm proud to be celebrating my eighth year at THE Loudoun County High School. After several years as as the Department Chair for Special Education, I'm stepping into a new role as the Teacher Cadet I & II Instructor. LCPS is serious about "growing our own teachers" and it's a honor to support young people as they explore Education as a career. Educators Rising is the Teacher Cadet co-curricular club and is open to ALL interested County Captains You don't have to be enrolled in Teacher Cadet to join Educators Rising. Please contact me for more information!


    For several years I've had the good fortune to co-teach with my dear colleague, Ms. Shingler. This year we've followed last year's students up to English 12, and we're really excited about the new curriculum!


    At the start of my career, I was an Autism Inclusion Program Teacher providing direct behavioral and instructional support to students. In December 2012, I received my Master's in Education, Special Education from Shenandoah University and am endorsed in both Special Education and English. Long ago but not too far away, I received my BA in History from Georgetown University.


    My husband and I live in Purcellville where we raised our three sons; both my professional and personal lives center around the dynamics of young adulthood. Rarely a dull moment!


    The high school years are vitally important as students transition into adulthood. I consider it a privilege to contribute to this process and am eager to provide any support needed. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns at kathleen.evangelisto@lcps.org





Last Modified on September 14, 2021