Kaitlin Fleischmann is the Loudoun County High School Cluster Transition Teacher. A transition teacher is a special education teacher who is responsible for providing information and support to students with disabilities and their families. Some responsibilities of the Transition Teacher include referring students for vocational assessments, monitor students in their vocational programs, complete referrals to post-secondary program agencies, educate students and families on post-secondary program opportunities, help develop individualized transition plans for all students with disabilities, and attend student IEPs. Kaitlin graduated from Shenandoah University with a BA Political Science and minors in Coaching and Mass Communications. She later earned her M.Ed. from George Mason University in Special Education, K-12.
Kaitlin began her career in education in Fairfax County Public Schools, and came to Loudoun County Public Schools in 2016 to be closer to home. Kaitlin is the head varsity field hockey coach and the assistant varsity girls lacrosse coach for LCHS.