Andrea M. Cremins - Resource Teacher
    Andrea Cremins Mrs. Cremins has her B.A. from Fordham University in New York City, a Masters Degree from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia and a Masters Degree in Leadership and Administration with an emphasis in Special Education through George Mason University.  She began her career at Cedar Lane Elementary in 2004 as an Early Chidhood Special Education Teacher and in 2012 received a Special Education Advisory Committee Award for her efforts in supporting Special Education.  During the summer, she serves as an ESY DEAN for LCPS.    
    She has been a resident of Loudoun County since 1994.  She has two children, both products of LCPS schools.  Mrs. Cremins has also served as a parent, classroom parent and volunteer, PTA representative, substitute teacher, long-term substitute teacher and as a teacher assistant. 
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Last Modified on August 17, 2015