• Sarah Knobbs

    Mme Knobbs

    Français I & II

    Sarah Knobbs, French Teacher

    Madame Knobbs teaches French I and II at Harmony. This will be her seventh year teaching French, and her fifth in Loudoun County. She double-majored in French and International Studies at Penn State University before getting her M.Ed in Secondary Education from George Washington University. Mme Knobbs has been living in Northern Virginia since 2010.

    Outside of school, Mme Knobbs loves to read, run, and travel. She usually reads 75+ books each year, has completed two half marathons, and has traveled in 20 different countries on 4 continents.

    Office hours are by appointment, and email is best to reach her: sknobbs@lcps.org

    Students and their families are welcome to follow her on Instagram: @mmeknobbs

    Staying Informed

    I post my assignments and class announcements in Schoology. Please check there frequently for all important information. Students can access their courses through the Schoology app in LCPSGo.

    Parents and guardians are able to see each of their child's classes, including assignments, calendars, and announcements. There is a link to Schoology in Phoenix.

    Grades are posted in Phoenix, which you can access through ParentVue.

    Classroom Resources


    World languages are usually a unique challenge for learners. It's a fun and rewarding subject, but if you ever get stuck, check here! I will be compiling important information about our classes, and tools that I have found helpful over the years.


    Click here to access important links and resources for French class.


    Devices

    Depending on the assignment, I use a mixture of high technology (example: Chromebook) and low technology (Example: paper and pencil). Students should follow LCPS guidelines for appropriate use and Digital Citizenship when using personal devices or those issued by LCPS.

    Student Rights and Responsibilities Device Usage Agreement

    Digital Citizenship: LCPS uses lessons from Common Sense Media to teach students about the safe and ethical use of digital tools.


    If you are experiencing issues with your student Chromebook or your password, please contact the Technology Support Center,
    (571-252-2112) Monday-Friday from 7:30am - 5pm, for remote help.

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