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Mr. Ameen

 

 

 

Mr. Ameen began his career with Loudoun County Public Schools in 2010 when he joined the faculty of Farmwell Station Middle School in Ashburn, Va where he was a learning specialist. He remained at Farmwell Station for the seven years prior to his coming to Frederick Douglass Elementary School to serve as the campus’s first dean. Prior to working within Loudoun County Public Schools, Mr. Ameen worked in the private sector of mental health at a residential treatment center for at-risk youth and adolescents. He held the positions of classroom counselor, teacher, resource/crisis counselor, in-home therapist, and team leader. Mr. Ameen earned his Bachelors of Arts in Sociology from George Mason University, Masters of Science in Education from Shenandoah University, and administrative certification from Lamar University.

Mr. Ameen believes that the key to children’s success in school is their ability to make connections. His philosophy is relationship centered and he strives to achieve a rapport with his students that is a balance of structure and nurture. Students’ ability to connect with their school staff increases their ability to connect with the curriculum, which in-turn produces a genuine school experience.

Mr. Ameen lives in the country area of Loudoun County on the gravel roads with his wife and two elementary-aged sons. The Ameens are animal lovers! When not at school, you’re likely to find Mr. Ameen outside with his family, dogs, horses, rabbits, and chickens.

 

 

*Photo courtesy of Scherling Photography*