Tracy Doyle is excited to join the Newton-Lee team as the Special Education Dean. Mrs. Doyle began her career in Special Education as a Speech Therapist in Florida in 2000 and worked in Maine, Washington, Tennessee and Guam while her husband served in the Navy. She returned to Loudoun when he retired and began working for LCPS at Cool Spring Elementary in 2016. In the last 5 years she has worked as both a Kindergarten Resource teacher and Reading Resource teacher at Belmont Station Elementary. She is excited to serve in a new role as Special Education Dean at both schools this year.
Mrs. Doyle is a Loudoun County Native and graduate of Loudoun Valley High School. She attended Towson University and received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology and voice performance. She began her Master’s degree in Communication Disorders at UCF and later received a Master’s Degree in Special Education from George Mason University.
Mrs. Doyle lives in Leesburg with her family. She is the proud mom of three boys; Jaidon, Brady and Tristan (TJ). When not teaching you can find her watching her kids play sports, spending time with family and friends and cheering on her favorite football team!