About Melissa Neach
Hello! Welcome to Cool Spring Elementary. My name is Melissa Neach. I’ve been working for Loudoun County Public Schools since 2001. I graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology. Then, I received a Master’s in Early Childhood Special Education also from George Mason University. I’ve always worked with children with either multiple disabilities or developmental delays. I continue to learn each year about the in’s and out’s of Special Education and differentiate student learning. I'm looking forward to teaching the Reverse Inclusion program. I enjoy working with children and being a Cool Spring Penguin!
I live in Ashburn, VA with my husband and 2 boys. We love all things baseball and spending time with our family. I enjoy reading a good book and watching my kids play sports.
About Jen Meinert
Hello! My name is Jennifer (Jen) Meinert. For the past 22 years, I have worked with young children in a variety of early intervention and early childhood special education programs. I received my bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education from Minnesota State University and have a Master’s Degree in Differential Instruction from Concordia College. When teaching young children, I use meaningful and engaging instruction to assist each child reach their fullest potential. My family and I recently moved to Leesburg from MN. When not teaching, I enjoy spending time with my family, decorating, and traveling. It’s going to be a great school year!
About Jeannie Boyer
Hello! My name is Jeannie Boyer and I am an Early Childhood Special Education Resource Teacher based out of Cool Spring Elementary. I have the privilege of working with preschoolers in the community setting as well as have the opportunity to interact with a variety of professionals in the county.
My background includes receiving my undergraduate and graduate degrees from James Madison University. I have over 20 years of professional and volunteer experience working with a variety of students. Roles I’ve served in the Northern Virginia area include being an Assistive Technology Specialist, Nursery Coordinator, K-3 Special Education classroom teacher, teacher mentor and ECSE classroom teacher. I truly believe early intervention is the key to success for preschoolers with special needs and I am happy to be a part of their journey.