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    WELCOME TO THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR

     

     

    Mrs. S. Young

     

     It is such a pleasure and honor to be the School Based Instructional Facilitator at Potowmack Elementary School.   I am so fortunate and thrilled to be a part of an energetic community, and I am looking forward to another great school year! 

     

    It is such a pleasure and honor to be the School Based Instructional Facilitator at Potowmack Elementary School.   I am so fortunate and thrilled to be a part of an energetic community, and I am looking forward to another great school year! 

     

    This is my seventh year as an educator and I bring a vast amount of teaching and leadership experience to Potowmack.  My first five years of teaching included being an inclusive special education teacher at the elementary and middle school levels.  Then I became a general education teacher working in fifth and first grades. Next, I was the Administrative Intern at Steuart Weller Elementary School and the summer school principal at Meadowland in 2012 and Forest Grove in 2013.  Previously, I was the Assistant Principal at Forest Grove, and served in that position for five years.

     

    I graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Education in Special Education-Learning Disability.   As of August 2012, I completed my Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Special Education from Regent University. 

     

    As the School Based Instructional Facilitator, I am looking forward to assisting Mrs. Rule and Mrs. Haidari in promoting future leaders through a rigorous 21stcentury school environment, which includes Personalized Learning. It is our mission to provide opportunities for students to discover new and innovative ideas through concrete learning experiences. At Potowmack, students are critical thinkers, collaborators, creators, communicators, and contributors that will make meaningful contributions to the world.

     

     If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me by email: shaniqua.young@lcps.org or by phone at 571-434-3270.

     

     

     

     

Mrs. Shaniqua Young

Phone: 571-434-3270

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science-Psychology Master of Science-Special Education-Learning Disabilities Educational Specialist-Educational Leadership and Administration with Special Education emphasis

Mrs. Shaniqua Young

It is such a pleasure and honor to be the School Based Instructional Facilitator at Potowmack Elementary School.   I am so fortunate and thrilled to be a part of an energetic community, and I am looking forward to another great school year! 

 

This is my seventh year as an educator and I bring a vast amount of teaching and leadership experience to Potowmack.  My first five years of teaching included being an inclusive special education teacher at the elementary and middle school levels.  Then I became a general education teacher working in fifth and first grades. Next, I was the Administrative Intern at Steuart Weller Elementary School and the summer school principal at Meadowland in 2012 and Forest Grove in 2013.  Previously, I was the Assistant Principal at Forest Grove, and served in that position for five years.

 

I graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Education in Special Education-Learning Disability.   As of August 2012, I completed my Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Special Education from Regent University. 

 

As the School Based Instructional Facilitator, I am looking forward to assisting Mrs. Rule and Mrs. Haidari in promoting future leaders through a rigorous 21stcentury school environment, which includes Personalized Learning. It is our mission to provide opportunities for students to discover new and innovative ideas through concrete learning experiences. At Potowmack, students are critical thinkers, collaborators, creators, communicators, and contributors that will make meaningful contributions to the world.

 

 If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me by email: shaniqua.young@lcps.org or by phone at 571-434-3270.