•  Welcome to Kindergarten!

    Miss B

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    Hi there! My name is Miss Burnheimer and I am very excited to embark on my 11th year here at Liberty! 
    I graduated in 2009 from Radford University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and concentrations in English and Special Education. In June of 2013, I graduated from George Mason University with a Masters in Education in the Initiatives in Educational Transformations (IET) program.
    I am originally from Pennsylvania, making me a huge STEELERS FAN steelers . However, I grew up here in Northern Virginia (but I'm still a PA girl at heart). When I’m not teaching, I enjoy running, hiking, reading, traveling, paddleboarding, hanging out with family & friends, watching football and attending Broadway musicals! I also enjoy volunteering and am very involved with Loudoun's Relay for Life and Girls on the Run.
    I come from a huge family (see picture below) and something interesting about me is that I am a triplet and I love to spend time with my two triplet brothers!
    We are going to have a great year in Kindergarten and I can't wait to meet some of Liberty's youngest students!
    *Please do not hesitate to email me with any questions, comments or concerns (click on my name above)
    Yosemite National Park with my two brothers!
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                Siblings x7 (including my sister, Mrs. Roivas - 4th grade teacher here at Liberty!) 

    Mrs. Owings


    Hello Kindergarteners and families! My name is Holley Owings and I am excited to be working with Miss Burnheimer as her teaching assistant. Some of you may know me since I was a special ed assistant in Miss Burnheimer’s class a couple years ago.


    I have a Bachelors degree in Political Science from the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!) and a Masters degree in Information Management from Marymount University.


    I live in South Riding with my husband, my two daughters and our dog, Piper. I have one daughter who is a fifth grader at Liberty and my other daughter is a eighth grader at Lunsford. You will probably see me around the neighborhood walking my dog, coaching soccer or on the pool deck cheering on the South Riding Stingrays.

     I’m very excited to meet you.  Its going to be a great year!  Go Liberty Eagles!