Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Reemts

6th Grade US History I

SSGS Subject Area Lead Teacher

Equity Lead

No Place for Hate® Coordinator




6th US History Twitter: @TMS6thUSHistory  

TMS No Place for Hate Twitter: @TMSNPFH


Hello Timberwolves!

My name is Mrs. Reemts and I am excited to return for my third year at Trailside teaching 6th Grade US History!  I have been in education for 24 years and moved here from Texas in 2020.  I have a husband, an adult daughter (in Texas) and an adult son (in Texas), and a stepson who attends Loudoun County High School. 

While I am transplanted here, I was actually born in Woodbridge, Virginia. I am one of four children and my father was in the Air Force so we were fortunate enough to live in several different states and meet many different people.  We ended up in Texas where I obtained my Associates, Bachelors, and Masters degrees.  

Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of teaching elementary grades, middle school, teachers, and even administrators.  I have also worked as a district-level curriculum coordinator and a regional education program director serving more than 60 school districts in Central Texas.  

In my free time, I enjoy movies (particularly animated movies), music, hiking, kayaking and I love animals. It has been wonderful exploring all that Virginia and D.C have to offer.  School subject-wise, I have a passion for both US History and fundamental Science.  It is amazing to see and help students use their English and Math skills in context: the Science and Social Studies world we live in. I am a strong believer in content and skill integration and enjoy working with students across transition years, such as elementary to middle school. 

I am also honored to have started the TMS No Place for Hate® Coalition here at Trailside. In fact, Trailside was the first LCPS campus to have earned the national No Place for Hate® designation! This year we begin our 3rd year as a NPFH Campus and LCPS also has other campuses becoming designated as well! I have been associated in some form with the ADL No Place for Hate program for the last 20 years.  I serve as the student coalitions’ faculty coordinator and am so proud of the work ethic and thoughtfulness of the students participating last year.

I look forward to learning and growing with the coalition (6th - 8th) and, in particular, the incoming 6th graders during History class - the transition year into middle school is a special year.  It will be an amazing year!