Hello Panthers! My name is Pamela Newcomer and I will be teaching Earth Science again this year at Potomac Falls. This year marks my 23rd year with Loudoun County Schools and my 5th year at Potomac Falls as a learning specialist in the science department. I graduated from George Mason University in 2013 with a degree in Assistive Technology and was recipient of their 2013 Senior Capstone "Most Creative Project" award for my mobile duel language literacy learning station. I also participated with 15 other scholars from different parts of the world in GMU's first ever symposium on global water sustainability. In addition, I have an endorsement in special education from the University of Virginia.In my spare time I enjoy hiking, photographing nature, drawing, cooking, and playing Pokemon and Mario with my grandson, who will be a freshman at PFHS this year! I also have a four-year-old granddaughter who is just crazy for dinosaurs! My goal for the students this year is for them to learn about our planet and create an awareness of the ecological and environmental impact they have on it and what they can do to protect and preserve it.
Last Modified on August 18, 2022