Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Yolanda Reyes


Advisory: (B5)
BLOCK 1 Newcomer Math 7  (B2)
BLOCK 2 Math 6 ROOM (C3)
BLOCK 3 Newcomer Math 6 (B2)
Advisory: (B5)
BLOCK 5 Newcomer Math 8 (B2)
BLOCK 7 Foundations of Algebra (B15)
BLOCK 8 Pre-Algebra (A14)


Yolanda Reyes has been working with Loudoun County Public Schools since 2005. She has worked as a Spanish interpreter, substitute teacher, a long-term substitute teacher in the Spanish and EL programs, and taught English for Loudoun County’s Adult Education English Learners program for several years. This is her fifth year teaching EL students at the middle school level.

Ms. Reyes holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications with a concentration in Journalism from State University of New York College at Brockport and a Masters Degree in Education (Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and Exceptional Learners) with a graduate certificate in International ESOL from George Mason University.

She is currently teaching Newcomer Math 6, Newcomer Math 7 and Newcomer Math 8 as well as co-teaching Math 6, Foundations of Algebra and Pre-Algebra at Harper Park. 

"¡Hola! Mi nombre es Sra. Reyes y espero ser su maestra este año. Crecí en Rochester, una ciudad en Nueva York, cerca de la frontera con Canadá y tengo un hijo de siete años llamado Marley. Me gusta ser maestra porque me da la oportunidad de hacer una diferencia en la vida de alguien, especialmente enseñando a los estudiantes de inglés. Mi padre vino a este país cuando tenía 14 años, así que siento que tengo una conexión con lo que mis estudiantes y sus familias sienten cuando vienen aquí. Amo a mis alumnos y me encanta la oportunidad de ayudarlos a aprender un nuevo idioma, terminar la escuela intermedia y aprender una nueva cultura.”
“Hello everyone! My name is Ms. Reyes and I’m looking forward to being your teacher this year. I grew up in Rochester, New York, right near the Canadian border. I have an 8-year-old son named Marley.” I really enjoy teaching because it gives me the chance to make a difference in someone’s life, especially teaching English Learners. My father came to this country when he was 14 years old, so I feel like I have a real connection to what my students and their families go through when they come here. I love my students, and I love the opportunity to help them learn a new language, get through middle school and gain a foothold in a new culture.