• Parents and Students
    Attached is my annual math newsletter, MathBytes-2018 that is packed with classroom pointers, expectations, and information.


    The 2018-2019 academic year marks my nineteenth year in education, my sixteenth year with Loudoun County Public Schools and my fourteenth year teaching mathematics.  I hold a teaching license in middle school mathematics and Algebra I. I completed my undergraduate degree at Barnard College in New York.  While working in human resources for a local university, I completed graduate degree work in Labor Law with Empire State College before moving into education.  Later, I completed a Master's of Curriculum and Instruction in Technology at George Mason University.
    Teaching Philosophy:
    It is a privilege to help students understand mathematics. I am committed to guiding students to be independent problem solvers.  This guidance involves helping students to search and sort out math knowledge given a problem, to analyze and understand the problem in context, and then devise or create a reasonable solution to the problem. I strive to help students understand the link between concepts learned and the real world. 
    Contact Information:
    Call: 571-252-2140;
    A-Days: 2:30 to 3:23 pm;
    B-Days: 12:30 to 1:30 pm.
    Algebra Clinic: Wednesday's After School in B2


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  • High School Course Test Policy
    We follow the high school test time frame.  All tests must be completed within the block the test is administered.
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