Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Deborah Randazzo-Spangler
Ms. Randazzo earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Masters of Education in Multicultural Education from Northern Arizona University. She spent time teaching in a variety of settings, including the Navajo Indian Reservation, an American school in the Dominican Republic and International Schools located in New York City and Washington DC. Ms. Randazzo has been a part of Loudoun County Public Schools for 16 years, the first two as a classroom teacher at Hillsboro Elementary. She joined the English Learner department 14 years ago to support those children learning social and academic English, K-5. Ms. Randazzo lives in Winchester, Virginia with her husband and 2 daughters, Amelia and Kami. Their family enjoys time to spend together and a few getaways each year to their cabin in the woods.