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    My name is Frances Eroraha and I'm very excited to be at Hillside as a reading specialist this school year!  I have been a teacher in Loudoun County for the past 13 years.  I've taught kindergarten and 1st grade and this will be my 7th year as a reading specialist.  

     

     

    I graduated with a B.S. degree in Accounting from Grambling State University in Louisiana.  I switched careers to become a teacher and earned my Virginia licensure and MSED from Old Dominion University. 

     

    I live in Sterling with my husband of 25 years, my daughter who is a sophomore at Virginia Tech (GO HOKIES), my son who is a sophomore at Dominion High School(GO TITANS), and our dog Cookie.   

     

    I am devoted to teaching students to read and helping them to understand the importance of being a successful reader.  In my free time, I like to watch various professional sports (GO COWBOYS) and read. 

     

     Please feel free to contact me at franchester.eroraha@lcps.org if you have any questions.