Michelle Manning has a Bachelor's in Fine Arts (2008) and a Master's in Special Education (2017) with 9+ years of teaching experience. This is her 7th year in Loudoun County Public Schools. She started teaching in Special Education at Sterling Middle in the Autism department, then moved to Art department. In 2019, Mrs. Manning decided to move to a school closer to her family home and began working at Tuscarora High School in the Special Education department.
Mrs. Manning moved from Texas in 2012 with her husband. She has two small children, a dog named Jolene, and has her own Art business.
Every student has access to all Environmental resources in their Schoology Courses thru LCPS Go. To see your grades, please go thru StudentVue (or ParentVue). All grades should be input within a week of submission, if not within 24hrs. If you do not see your grades online, please check your assignment for notes, then email me. If you need help, please feel free to reachout via email, Michelle.Manning@lcps.org.