FACS Web Site
Master of Education in Secondary Education (Math) from Old Dominion University
Master of Engineering Administration in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Virginia Tech
Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Math and Computer Science from the State University of New York at Potsdam
- This is my 16th year teaching at River Bend
- 12 years teaching all levels of math at River Bend
- 4th year teaching 7th grade FACS
3 children graduated from LCPS
All students who have been in a Family and Consumer Sciences program are able to join Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (F.C.C.L.A.), which is the student organization of Family and Consumer Sciences.
Link to ParentVUE/StudentVUE
Feel free to contact me by:
Supplies Students Should Have
folder with looseleaf
pencils or pens
school issued agenda
tissues (for classroom)
I am available for extra help during my resource/planning blocks or in the mornings at 8am or other times by appointment.
ons and Information
Be prepared for class
- Raise HAND for attention or to ask a question
Completed homework (if assigned)
- Participate in class and ask questions if needed
Always put forth your best effort
Act appropriately and responsibly, be respectful and be safe
Be on time for class and have a mindset ready for learning
Be successful and have fun with FACS!
If your child is absent from school, please have them check the Google classroom for what they missed while they were absent. They can then come by and pick up their 'While You Were Out' form from my classroom to get missing graded work and/or assignments. Students need to come and pick up their missed work the day they return to school and if there is any work they need to make up, they can do it during resource or at home.
When homework is assigned, it is due the next class day.
Please check the calendar link to the left for the current classwork and homework assignments for my classes.
For links to web pages outside of LCPS:
"The content of the link is not controlled
by Loudoun County Public Schools. While school staff review links when they are inserted, the content may change. If you find any linked home page content you consider inappropriate, please bring the matter to the attention of the building principal. Remember that the outside source Web page may link to other pages that
have not been reviewed; explore at your own risk."