•  Professional Biography
      
    Riverside Rams! Rachel Caudill
     Latin
                
    Salvete, omnes!
     
    I was born and raised in Loudoun County, and I graduated from Park View High School. I am looking forward to my first year at Riverside High School!
     
    After graduating high school, I went to Johns Hopkins University, where I received my Bachelor's degree in Classics and Near Eastern Studies. Prior to teaching Latin at Riverside High School, I have worked as a High School teacher in Spotsylvania County (where I had a Latin Club of about 70 students), and as a middle school teacher in Spotsylvania County.  I am excited to get students involved in Virginia Junior Classical League, which boasts a MASSIVE convention every November in Richmond.  I will talk about this a lot in the first month of school, so get excited, too!!
     
    When I am not in the classroom, I love traveling, reading voraciously, and spending time with my loved ones.
     
    Please, do not hesitate to contact me via email (rcaudill@lcps.org).  Because I am between two buildings, email is always the best way to reach me.
     
    ~~ N.B.: Students, I will ONLY respond to your emails when you use your school email. ~~
     

    My 2019 - 2020 Schedule:

     
     1st  Latin II in L211  5th  Common Planning
     2nd  Latin IV in L201  6th  Hallway Duty
     3rd  Travel/Planning  7th  Planning
     4th  John Champe HS  8th  Latin IV in L211
     
     
     
     
    email
    Course Information
    Gradebook & Class Page
    NHS Tutoring Request Page
     Phoenix
    All my class information can be found in StudentVUE / ParentVUE. Click the Phoenix link belowPhoenix Gradebook
     
     NHS
    LoudounVision
     

     DEPARTMENT GRADING POLICY

     

    Students enrolled in any of the spoken languages (Spanish, French, & German) will find the categorical breakdown of their quarter grades as follows:

     

    Formative 10%

    Summative 90%

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    World Languages & Cultures Re-assessment Policy

    Riverside High School 2019-20

     

    Retakes are intended to allow students to demonstrate mastery and have the following guidelines:

    * Students are eligible for a retake only if they have not achieved mastery 

    * Students will recieve the higher of the two grades up to a maximum of 83%

    * The retake is a single attempt

    * All work (homework assignments, formative assessments, etc.) related to the assessment have been completed

    * Students must complete remediation prior to attempting the retake

    * All retake attempts must be completed within two weeks after having been returned the original

    * The highest score will be included in the overall grade calculation for the quarter

    * Retakes are NOT offered on skills-based (reading, writing, listening, speaking) assessments, benchmark exams, and county-wide exams (CPAs)

    Extra Curricular Positions
     Latin/VJCL sponsor - monthly meetings TBD
     Certamen sponsor - Latin/Roman trivia
    (for Latin National Honor Society, contact Erica Gravely)